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    Re: Memory Aid for Marcq St Hilaire Method
    From: Stephen N.G. Davies
    Date: 2015 Mar 21, 15:15 +0800
    Les Powles was his name - aged synapses kicked in. He’s now 85 and living aboard the same boat inches retirement.
    Stephen D

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    On 21 Mar, 2015, at 2:26 pm, Sean C <NoReply_SeanC@fer3.com> wrote:

    it would be a very poor navigator --or one who was poorly instructed-- who needed help remembering that when the observed angle is higher the observer has shifted "towards" the GP (the point directly under the celestial body). That's "square one" celestial navigation. -Frank Reed

    Agreed. If one cannot remember three simple words: "computed greater away", perhaps one should consider a different profession.


    -Sean C.

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