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 1. SST to UP41/ SS(4)R28, -4d92. (9)i7=g7-g12=(29')hi2-(3=29)i27 > -9i46, SSTE> YW(58.3)ei4f5, -3f3hi5 23/Jul/11 12:49 AM |  |
 SE = 7.2 23/Jul/11 12:57 AM |  |
 It would be wonderful to know when and where this was taken. 23/Jul/11 1:20 AM |  |
 "Tougher Tough" for today is SE=9.0. I won't lie to you - this one is difficult (at least it took me a while). I suspect a more elegant solution than mine is in there, but the path is only narrow and hard to find, not over long. 306009002070200090902000300080302009000050000500806020001000205030007060400600107 23/Jul/11 2:18 AM |  |
 Beautiful!!! Spring 23/Jul/11 2:35 AM |  |
 kobold, what does "SS(4)R28" mean? thanx 10^6, Jim 23/Jul/11 3:38 AM |  |
 sky scraper (kite et al.) on Rows 2 and 8shorthand for n:a=b-c=d 23/Jul/11 4:02 AM |  |
 - maybe I'm being too cryptic, all a skyscraper or kite is, is two conjugates with a weak linkRow -column- Row, Column -row- Column, Row -box- Column, etc.a WWing is the same animal except the weak link is a strong link on the other number of the pincer pairs and the connection is weak. 23/Jul/11 4:26 AM |  |
 most of this stuff is really simple, shorthand for common AIC, eg. a 'Quantum Naked Pair' is shorthand for:loop {(a=b)cell-(b)block=(b)cell2-(a)cell2=(a)block} 23/Jul/11 4:36 AM |  |
 here is a fascinating SE=8.4 that gets stubborn at SST UP46. Replete with WWings and WRings, can be solved w/o kraken in 4 or 5 AIC. 050009300000140000140700800030000100000000020801007030503000042010900000000506000 23/Jul/11 9:36 AM |  |
 This is a picture of the cherry trees in bloom at the Tidal Basin in Washington DC. I did not take or post the photo, but it's in my neighborhood. 23/Jul/11 9:52 AM |  |
 Not overly difficult today, but it took me a little longer than I would have liked - a bit short of 20 minutes. 23/Jul/11 11:33 AM |  |
 Beautiful blossoms. :) 23/Jul/11 12:10 PM |  |
 1. Note ab4=24=b1=d9.Unique possibilities to 29.2. If d9=4=a4=f1;column b is devoid of 4.So d9=2.UP41.3. Whether f5=3=b6,h6=9;OR f5=8;h4=38.4. Whether a3=7,i4=5(to avoid the 56 unresolvable rectangle at ai56);OR c3=7=b8,h8=2,i7=9;f4=9.UP81. 23/Jul/11 5:58 PM |  |
 A simpler equivalent to my step 4, as shown by kobold in his step 2, is :Whether i7=9;OR g6=9, i27=29;f4=9.UP81. 23/Jul/11 8:01 PM |  |
 So many plum blossoms! Japan? Or wannabe Japan? 23/Jul/11 9:46 PM |  |
 Oops! Cherry, not plum. It is very beautiful having them growing en masse like that! 23/Jul/11 10:06 PM |  |

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