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# Tough Sudoku for 13/December/2012

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 everybody! 13/Dec/12 12:07 AM Hello, Joe!Hello, lil' hummer! 13/Dec/12 12:26 AM 1. Unique possibilities to 41.2. Whether d7=4,h7=6,h6=1;OR d7=9,d8=1;h8=3.UP81(Note i13=23). 13/Dec/12 12:53 AM I'm a huge hummer fan! 13/Dec/12 1:45 AM Is that feeder big or are hummingbirds very small? I've never seen one, but would love to! 13/Dec/12 6:41 AM 1. Standard techniques UP 412. XY-wing (1=4)i9-(4=6)h7-(6=1)h6 =>h8,i6 <>1 UP 81 As I am new to notations in use here, please let me know how to write my solutions correctly. 13/Dec/12 8:23 AM Pretty little hummingbirds!Smaller than a wagtail, Sacky! 13/Dec/12 9:22 AM Love all those hummers!Sacky - most hummingbirds are only about 3 inches long. Their nest looks like a walnut shell half, but is very difficult to locate since it's so small. 13/Dec/12 3:44 PM 26 (38)e79=>(9)d78=>d4<>932 (38)e79=>(4)d79=>d5<>433 (7)gi6=>b6<>742 i3=4=>[(i1=2=>i8=3)&(d9=4=>d8=1)]=>h8={}=>i3<>446 More... 13/Dec/12 5:54 PM Hi cenoman,you seem to be an expert in Eureka notation, which is used by most people here. I try to make mine understandable to English speakers. Like you, we all stick with algebraic notation to specify the cells. Best Regards, Alfred. 13/Dec/12 6:15 PM