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George Duke wrote on 2010-07-21 UTCGood ★★★★
Three candidate Clusters have to be Ultima, Chess (itself), and Shogi, all generally speaking, and first-approximate. Here are Ultima, Chess and Shogi rolled in one uniquely. Actually my next Cluster of Joyce's thread is going to be Ultima-Rococo-Fugue-Maxima and 100 others in that same Cluster by careful conflation of usefully-related mutators. So far as Cluster, there is only the *Carrera Cluster* described over there. A. Black here has a lot of practically unanalysed CVs, virgin territory. He was steadily posting unobserved over 50 CVs, honourably proliferationist.

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