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SÖLStiftung Ökologie & Landbau (Germany)
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The solution it proposed gave, at least, full liberty to the imagination.
There remained, then, only two possible solutions of the question, which created two distinct parties: on one side, those who were for a monster of colossal strength; on the other, those who were for a submarine vessel of enormous motive power.
With respect to critical difficulties and their solutions, the number and nature of the sources from which they may be drawn may be thus exhibited.
Were all the jewels of Golconda awaiting me upon my solution of this enigma, I am quite sure that I should be unable to earn them.
And yet," said Legrand, "the solution is by no means so difficult as you might be lead to imagine from the first hasty inspection of the characters.
In the present case - indeed in all cases of secret writing - the first question regards the language of the cipher; for the principles of solution, so far, especially, as the more simple ciphers are concerned, depend upon, and are varied by, the genius of the particular idiom.
In such case I should have commenced with a collation and analysis of the shorter words, and, had a word of a single letter occurred, as is most likely, (a or I, for example,) I should have considered the solution as assured.
We have, therefore, no less than ten of the most important letters represented, and it will be unnecessary to proceed with the details of the solution.
I reflected that it had been a point with the writer to run his words together without division, so as to increase the difficulty of solution.
Wealth was the general solution--but this I knew to be no solution at all; for Wyatt had told me that she neither brought him a dollar nor had any expectations from any source whatever.
However, installing a software solution on the e-mail server can decrease the efficiency of the server, tying it down with additional processing time for each e-mail that passes through it and therefore increasing the potential for server collapse.
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