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10/Mar/17 12:09 AM
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How did this simple puzzle make it onto the tough page? We need to tighten up our immigration standards!
10/Mar/17 1:49 AM
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10/Mar/17 5:47 AM
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#27 128@abc8=>g8<>8 346@ghi2=>cf2g3h1<>346
#36 158@aeh=>bdf1<>158 589@e13f2=>f3<>5 5@e13=>e7<>5
VHBC to #81
V:Only cell left in Vertical column for this candidate
H:Only cell left in Horizontal row for this More...
10/Mar/17 6:59 AM
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Hi Judy,
are you advocating banning puzzles from Australia?
Maybe the puzzles are used for encrypting by terrorist.
Cheers Les
10/Mar/17 7:05 AM
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Judy you should have banned Rupert Murdoch when you had the chance or Sir Mark Oliphant who helped develop your nuclear weapons.
But banning Howard Florey who developed and produce penicillin in the US would have been a mistake for humanity.

10/Mar/17 7:53 AM
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Here is the Diabolical from yesterday's Sydney Morning Herald. Much harder than usual:
10/Mar/17 8:29 AM
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The Diabolical is not that difficult after all,by using the Unresolvable Rectangle:
1. Unique possibilities to 41. Note locked 6s @ abc7 and locked 3s @ ghi3.
2. Whether i3=5,i2=4=h6;OR c3=5;a6<>4 or else 46UR @ bc17.UP81.
10/Mar/17 8:37 PM
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7:38 Lovely photo! OH, Judy, what are we going to do with you????
10/Mar/17 9:50 PM
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Hi Alfred,
Something wrong with above puzzle:
=>b9=2, b6=2 ?
Best regards,sotir
11/Mar/17 12:14 AM
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I think it is ok,sotir. On my grid ,b9=2 and c6=2.
Best regards, Alfred.
11/Mar/17 12:23 AM
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PS: b6=5, the third last figure on your list.
11/Mar/17 1:35 AM
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Sorry, sotir there is a mistake.The 2 fives on your list should be separated by two zeros: ......500528....

Best Regards, Alfred.
11/Mar/17 1:43 AM
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Hi Alfred,
After I revised,realized that the puzzle must be:
(not 5.528, but 5..528)

11/Mar/17 2:00 AM
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