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    Re: Mendoza's method for clearing lunars.
    From: Paul Hirose
    Date: 2004 Aug 3, 12:04 -0700

    George Huxtable wrote:
    > What was bugging me most was this. I had found my way into Norie's and
    > could display a choice of pages 1 to 8 from the preface, but what I wanted
    > to do was to get into other parts of the volume, in particular to page 224
    > of the tables, as Frank suggested. However, I couldn't discover how to
    See if your browser likes this better:
    That's a link directly to the image of page 224 in the web site
    server. It's the GIF image only, so you won't have any Web page to
    help navigate to other images of Norie. You'll have to edit the URL to
    do that. For example, to move forward 10 pages, change 632 at the end
    of the URL to 642. I tried that and it worked.
    Of course you could also save the GIF itself (not just a link to it)
    in your computer, so in the future you won't have to go online to view
    To obtain the URL of that image, I first displayed the web page in
    Internet Explorer. (My old Netscape browser didn't work properly on
    that site.) Then I right clicked on the image of the Norie page, and
    on the menu that popped up, clicked Properties. That disclosed the
    URL of the image itself. I then copied the URL and pasted it into this

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