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 A proof for tough sudoku of 01 26 2007: Is found in another new blog page! A link to this page is in the upper right column, directly under 'Check out the Sudoku Blog'. Hopefully, the illustrated proofs of the last few days are helping some of you to master not only performing forbidding chains, but also finding them. |  |
 Glad I don't have to clean that. |  |
 What a beautiful stained glass window |  |
 Ni everyone and nice mAen to all.Wonderful handmade glass working and very expensive part of fine art . |  |
 Beautiful stained glass. Have a wonderful day, everyone. |  |
 My son spent his 21st birthday in Dubai, while serving aboard the carrier Truman in 2001. I don't know how much of the small country he actually saw, as they were only in port a short time. |  |
 Lovely picture! Must have been difficult to reduce it to upload here. Needed two guesses today. |  |
 Gath, is it possible to re-submit picture comments on previous pictures? I've mislabelled a couple of mine. |  |
 I read a National Geographic article at the doctor's office in December about Dubai. Interesting country. They exploit Indian workers, almost like indentured servants or the way Americans used to exploit Mexicans. The workers live in shanties and can't earn enough to return home. On the backs More... |  |
 16:48; one guess. Oh, the details in the ceiling, breathtaking. |  |
 one and all. Awesomw stained glass; wonder what story it's telling us.Hope everyone is prepped for a wonderful weekend. |  |
 This would make a difficult jigsaw. I think I'll give it a go. |  |
 Crickey, that was a bit ambitious. I'll try again later. |  |
 Great window design. I love the Egyption theme. |  |
 6:47Interesting stained glass. |  |
 8:54 Maen |  |
 Good afternoon to all! A lot of work went into that window display! |  |
 Keyan - it may be better to send Gath an e'mail by clicking on the 'contact us' button at the far right at the top of the page. |  |
 I finished but did something wrong, oh well. Keyan - What history shows in this glass. I can't imagine what it must be like to live somewhere that I have only seen and studied in books. |  |
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 maEn allhad a little break between hard and tough |  |
 I must apologize, as the screen resolution that I have been using on my browser when I have created web pages does not match what most of you are using. That has resulted in some proof pages that are a bit jumbled. I am in the process of trying to correct the presentation More... |  |
 Not to bust anyone's chops, but this puzzle can be solved without chains, as well. Never been to Dubai. Must be wonderful. |  |
 Don't normally get to finish these ones - must've been easy...Looks very similar to Ancient Egyptian wall paintings- must has been inspired bythem. |  |
 A modern stained glass with an ancient theme! Terrific. OK, I've had my afternoon siesta (following the dawn - 6am - take off of the hot air balloons in Parramatta Park then all the rides and displays) and am ready to tackle this as a jigsaw! |  |
 1) Start at 23 filled. Unique Possibilities to (UP) 26.2) triple 189 at gh1=189, g2=19, forbids h3, i1 =89, i2=9. UP 303a) triple 579 at d79=579, d8=59, forbids d3=9, d46=57,e6=7, f6=5793b) f3=9==f3=6--f7=6==f7=3--e8=3==e8=2--a8=2==a9=2--a9=6==a3=6, forbids f3=6. UP 314a) hidden More... |  |
 That was a great jigsaw! Hints Ian: get the bottom row then look for the centre line left to right, the speckly yellowy colour with small glass pieces, the green of the trees below and the purple above next, then the rest of the edges fall into place fairly easily. Then the oxen in the bottom left and the rest are a give away by shape! |  |
 9:27 Defintely easy, Karen. |  |
 I just did the window as a 'hard' jigsaw puzzle and it was quite a challenge. |  |
 ha!where did my comment go??was it reported abusive??if so what was offensive in it??strange... |  |
 Anne, thanks, I did email. Tasmanian, it's not my picture (wish it was!) But Wafi City is a mall with an Egyptian theme, and I would guess this is the inpiration for the ceiling. |  |
 Kate, thanks for the hints. I've been out all day at a family 'barby'. I'll give it another go soon. |  |
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 SE=7.2 05/Sep/10 11:28 PM |  |
 alternative: UP=31 note UR@bi12 => b12=91.(5=469)c3b12-(6=58)b79 => c789<>5 UP=442.(1=789)h189-(7=589)bgi7 => h8<>9 STE. 25/Dec/10 2:20 AM |  |

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