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 Toaster??? (Makes you think the sky should be in yellows & reds!) 28/May/09 12:29 AM |  |
 I agree, Shiela. Is the building known as the 'Toaster' Kate? 28/May/09 12:40 AM |  |
 1. Unique possibilities:a8=9,b1=5=c4.Note pairs 18 at ah1;19 at dh4.(UP25)2. When a1=8,h1=1,h4=9,g6=4,b6=8=c7.When h1=8,g7=8=b9.So ab7 are not 8.3. If c7=8,c5=7.Likewise c7=3,b9=8=g7,f7=6=e2=a3,a5=8 makes c5=7 (UP26).4. If g3=9,g7=8.Likewise if g6=9,h4=1,h1=8 makes g7=8,and UPs to 81. 28/May/09 2:00 AM |  |
 I noticed later,steps 2. and 3. were unnecessary . 28/May/09 2:12 AM |  |
 maen all! i don't see no toaster in dis pic! first tough i've tried in a while without printing...didn't do too bad, either! 28/May/09 4:03 AM |  |
 It looks like a pretty bridge and just looks at those palm trees! Thanks! 28/May/09 5:08 AM |  |
 There are toasters in each of the rooms in that building to the left. It's a rather obscure title, see... :) 28/May/09 6:25 AM |  |
 Where do you put the bread? And how do you find slices of bread big enough for a toaster that size? 28/May/09 9:07 AM |  |
 32:20 28/May/09 9:21 AM |  |
 1)Start at 22,basic techniques to UP=252)(8=1)h1-(1=9)h4-(9=3468)g5678,=>h9<>8.UP=81 28/May/09 1:03 PM |  |
 The building is called "the toaster" - it looks like one from several angles, but not the one this photo was taken from. 28/May/09 2:01 PM |  |
 I would have called this one toaster and coathanger!! Nice shot Kate!! From the Botanic Gardens??? 28/May/09 2:06 PM |  |
 Very easy tough. Required only pairs 18 at ah1. 28/May/09 2:24 PM |  |
 14:46, a straight forward one today. 28/May/09 10:45 PM |  |
 15:12 15/Nov/09 10:18 AM |  |
 rather than flash a quad ALS in step 2.2. (8=1)h1-(1=9)h4-(9)g6=(9)g3, => ~(8)g3.does the trick. 14/May/10 10:52 AM |  |
 SE=7.1 09/Sep/10 10:40 PM |  |

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