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2-String Kites work similar to Skyscrapers: One of the two ends of the strings must be true.

Left example: Candidate is 5. The first string is in column 7 (candidates r29c7), the other is in row 8 (candidates r8c49). The end points r9c7 and r8c9 are both in box 9. If r2c7 is not true, then r9c7 has to be true, r8c9 has to be false, and r8c4 has to be true. If r8c4 is not true, the same argument leads to r2c7 true. Either way r2c4, that sees both r2c7 and r8c4, cannot be true.

Right example: Candidate 9, strings r6c16 and r47c2, connected in box 4: r7c6 cannot be 9.

Sometimes the same two connecting candidates in the common box can be tied two four different strings, forming effectively two 2-String Kites, that eliminate two candidates. Those two 2-String Kites can be considered to be one move only and can be called Dual 2-String Kite. HoDoKu supports dual forms only as an option (they can always be replicated by the two kites that build the dual form).

Left example: The common candidates are r1c3 and r3c1 in box 1. The two kites that can be built with them are: r1c38/r36c1 (r6c8<>1) and r3c19/r14c3 (r4c9<>1).

Right example: Common candidates r7c2 and r9c1 in box 7. Kites: r29c1/r7c28 (r2c8<>4) and r17c2/r9c19 (r1c9<>4).

A Turbot Fish is really a chain and not a fish. For a detailled description of the various techniques and terms regarding chains please see nike air max 90 white cheap
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A Turbot Fish is an air jordan 12 retro black white university blue
that is exactly four candidates long. Various shapes can be built with such a chain. One of them resembles a fish, which gave the technique its name (look at the right example: draw two lines from the red candidate to the nearest green and blue candidates to see the fish shape).

Turbot Fishes have gone a bit out of style. One of the reasons is, that most of the principle turbot patterns have been described as seperate patterns with their own names: Skyscraper, 2-String Kite and Empty Rectangle (only two candidates in the empty rectangle itself).

The examples above show two of the possibilities: On the left is an Empty Rectangle, on the right a 2-String Kite.

The examples above: On the left a Skyscraper, on the right an Empty Rectangle again (the right example really contains a Dual Empty Rectangle)

Empty Rectangles have been used in lots of different forms in very advanced techniques. The pattern described here is a very basic variant.

Curious visitors who turn left off the Harvard Art Museums’ elevators on the building’s fourth floor are greeted by the Forbes Pigment Collection, a floor-to-ceiling wall of color compiled from about 1910 to 1944 by the former director of the Fogg Museum.

Stephanie Mitchell, Harvard Staff Photographer

By Colleen Walsh Harvard Staff Writer

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As brilliant as any of the works in the nike runners black and white womens dresses
’ galleries is a rainbow of small glass jars on the building’s fourth floor.

Curious visitors who turn left exiting the museums’ elevators will see the Forbes Pigment Collection, a floor-to-ceiling wall of color compiled between about 1910 and 1944 by the director of the Fogg Art Museum.

“In thinking about the role of a university museum, he was the first to conceive of it as ‘a laboratory for the fine arts,’ ” noted research curator Francesca Bewer in her book “A Laboratory for Art: Harvard’s Fogg Museum and the Emergence of Conservation in America, 1900–1950.”

Edward Forbes’ fascination with a painting’s colors and their binding medium — a close inspection of which could help to determine a work’s authenticity — fueled his desire to use science to understand and study great works of art. He is often cited as the father of the field of art conservation in the United States.

By the 1920s, Forbes had amassed containers of deep blues, rich purples, vibrant yellows, and myriad other colors from his travels to Europe and the Far East. Through the years, word of mouth helped the collection to grow as other art lovers and experts donated their own pigments. The museums’ collection, which is continually added to, now contains more than 2,500 samples and is renowned in the art community. For years, the pigments have helped art experts to research and authenticate paintings. Samples from the collection have been sent to the J. Paul Getty Museum, the Library of Congress, the Asian Art Museum of San Francisco, and the National Research Laboratory for Conservation of New Delhi, India.

In Cambridge, Forbes’ legacy thrives in the museums’ Straus Center for Conservation and Technical Studies, where experts preserve masterworks for future generations and decipher the chemical makeup of paint and pottery glaze. In addition to being their own artworks, Forbes’ pigments are a window to the past, shedding light on the working methods and preferred materials of renowned artists. Studying the pigments also reveals the effort it took, in the days before synthetic pigments, to get colors just right.

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