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Tough Sudoku for 14/September/2007


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Maen, all. I'd like to visit France again.
14/Sep/07 12:20 AM
18:11 Maen! More travel pictures! I love it! :)
14/Sep/07 12:30 AM
I guessed wrong on both the puzzle and the picture location. I'd better practice more!
14/Sep/07 12:52 AM
nice pic KAREN cheer up
14/Sep/07 1:08 AM
I like travelling everywhere .Such pictures are very interst to me .I hope to visit this area Once.
Nice Maen to everyone.
14/Sep/07 1:17 AM
this was taken just a block from the main street that goes to the Kings Palace gate. we walked down this street and found a pizza shop so we stopped for supper. definitely want to use a parking brake on this incline.
14/Sep/07 1:32 AM
I wonder why this pic was taken... This house is out of place by Versailles's standards and it was obviously built not long ago.
14/Sep/07 2:04 AM
Very pretty picture; quaint and peaceful. Have a terrific day, everyone!
14/Sep/07 2:16 AM
14/Sep/07 3:01 AM
Hope you had a wonderful time there, Sandra.
14/Sep/07 3:31 AM
Did it.. a bit challenging..but not impossible..its 11pm here now and somehow I felt cant sleep w/o finishing it :)..peace now
14/Sep/07 3:39 AM
Good afternoon to all! A deserted street by the looks of it! Where is everyone?
14/Sep/07 4:52 AM
Good question, Greg. Is it siesta time or something? The lack of people is somehow disturbing.
14/Sep/07 6:36 AM
Everyone was in the pizza shop! Except the camera woman, Sandra, who was on her way there anyway! Must have been great pizzas, Sandra!
14/Sep/07 7:47 AM
Oh! It would be so much fun to visit! Thanks, Sandra.

We have had some great pictures today!
14/Sep/07 7:49 AM
36 mts.!
14/Sep/07 10:38 AM
A tough puzzle for me. I think the following proof works, though. To start, unique possibilities produce b6=2 and d5=2. Note triplet 568 in column G which produces the hidden pair 34 at g5 and g7; also the triplet 169 in column C which produces the hidden pair 57 at c3 and c5. My solution focuses More...
15/Sep/07 4:05 AM

07/Sep/10 9:15 PM
1.SST to UP=26
2.(3)i8=(*34)i9g7-(*569)chi9=(5)e9-(5=139)cdf7 => ef8,g7<>3
3.(13=8)d7e8-(8=137)d379 => e9,f78<>3 STE.
27/Nov/10 3:55 AM
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