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 L2-Wing[4e6=4b6-4a4=(4-7)a2=7e2]-7e6; 15 singlesJellyfishes(13)[Columns ad, Boxes h28]-(13)b1XWing[(6)Columns bf]-6b1; 4 singles; HP(89)f19; stte 04/Sep/17 12:52 AM |  |
 Basics to UP = 241. (7)e2 = HP(74)ac2 - (4)c6 = (4)e6 => -7e6 ; UP = 392. HP(6*8)b13= (6)b6 - f6 = (6*)f1 - (6^=159)f672 - (9=5)b2 - c12 = (5^)c6 => -6*ac1, -6^c6 ; UP = 81 04/Sep/17 1:07 AM |  |
 1. Unique possibilities to 24.2. Whether a1=7=e2;OR a2=7,a4=4=e6;g6=7.UP39.3. Whether a3=6=c8,c9=8=f1;OR b3=6,b1=8,b2=9,f2=15;OR e3=6;f6=6.UP81. 04/Sep/17 1:23 AM |  |
 Hide your wallet well!! 04/Sep/17 1:43 AM |  |
 guess I'm rusty. Put some personal comments on yesterday's tough.SE 7.1basics to 24#1 (1=6)f6-(6=45)bc6-(4)a4=(4-7)a2=e2-e6=(267)g46h4-(26=1)i5 -> -1gi6; singles to 25.#2 (6)g4=(27)gh4-(7)d4=d1-e2=(7-4)a2=a4-(4=56)bc6 -> -6gi6; singles to 38.#3 cycle (6)a5=e5-f6-(6-8)f1=f9-d8=(8-6)c8=a8-a5 -> -6a13c1e6,-8de9,-13c8,-159f1; singles to 81 04/Sep/17 1:54 AM |  |
 Basics to 241. (8)d8=(8-6)c8=a8-a5=(6-5)e5=(5)d5 =>-8d5; basics to 392. Almost X-Wing (2)columns cf\rows 16, remote fin 6c8:XW(6)cf16==(6-8)c8=c9-f9=(8-6)f1=(6)f6=>-6b6; basics to 81 04/Sep/17 3:06 AM |  |
 Sorry, typo. Should read Almost X-Wing (6)columns cf\rows 16 04/Sep/17 3:11 AM |  |
 Interesting that there is apparently no french word for 'pickpockets' 04/Sep/17 4:10 AM |  |
 Sorry, for the typos, in the 3 'basic' moves : the 2 JF -> -(13)c1 and the XW -> -6ac1 ! 04/Sep/17 4:25 AM |  |
 and the XW is XWing(6)bf16 ... !!! 04/Sep/17 4:32 AM |  |
 forget the last comment ... 04/Sep/17 4:34 AM |  |
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 #25 4?@d4=>1368@a3458=>a1=7=>d1….9<>7=>d4<>4#29 7?@e6=>c6=4=>1368@a3458=>a1=7=>d1….9<>7=>e6<>7#39 9@i89=>g8<>9 5@bc6=>f6<>5 8@b13=>c1<>8#41 More... 04/Sep/17 7:20 AM |  |
 There was a dramatic increase in the number of Pic Pockets in England when they longer faced the death penalty. The solution in London was to ban whistling in the streets. Pic pocket teams used whistling to communicate. 04/Sep/17 7:53 AM |  |
 There was a dramatic increase in the number of Pic Pockets in England when they no longer faced the death penalty. The solution in London was to ban whistling in the streets. Pic pocket teams used whistling to communicate. 04/Sep/17 7:54 AM |  |

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