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    Re: Compare Methods: Lat/Lon Near Noon
    From: Antoine Couëtte
    Date: 2021 Sep 11, 13:16 -0700

    Thank you very much Frank for your insights.

    And congratulations for your remarkable Folded Paper LAN solving Method.

    By the way, I would certainly appreciate getting a copy from Hewitt Schlereth's LAN Book. How can I can get one ? Are you still here Hewitt ?

    Back to this very early post on this subject from which I am excerping : A little preview of the next puzzle ...   .

    Standing by for this new drill then ...

    Meanwhile I am submitting this enclosure which summarizes all things I have either dig out from own work or otherwise found interesting when studing LAN's since 1973 at the French Naval Academy and thereafter completed at sea for many years.

    Your example, Frank is studied in depth in this enclosure.

    And it has given me the opportunity to review this subject and to even discover a stunning LAN resolution method which I did not know at all of. Thanks to you Tony Oz !

    Thanks to all for your Kind Attention

    Antoine M. "Kermit" Couëtte

    PS : For Hewitt and/or others, I can be reached at antoine.m.couette{at}club-internet.fr

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