[r-t] Monster extent of triples

Robert Bennett rbennett at woosh.co.nz
Tue Oct 7 07:42:05 UTC 2014

	I did say relatively. My point is that the more totally different
ones that exist, the less likely it is (IMHO) that there will be much
of the starting structure left over.  

	At this point, really need more examples based on different starting

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Robert Bennett writes,

> It may be that there are only a relatively small number of these
> monster peals. In that case they will have more of their own
> character, and less of where they were derived from, but they should
> still show some.

Really? I would have thought that 99.99999% of all possible 
triple-change peals of Triples are of this random "Monster peal"


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