In 1944 a Nazi spy located in New York sent encrypted messages via Paris to Germany. These cryptograms have never been deciphered.

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David Kahn (born 1930), the founder of crypto history research, is mainly known for his excellent book The Codebreakers. This 1,200 pages masterpiece, first published in 1967, marked the start of the cryptology revolution that has taken place in the last 50 years and that has brought us DES, RSA, AES and many other great developments.

Even today, The Codebreakers is still the most comprehensive crypto history source. My own book Codeknacker gegen Codeknacker has a similar scope and is sometimes compared with David’s classic (which is an honor for me, of course).

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Sadly, David has now serious health problems. Since 2015, he is not active in the research community any more. The last time I met him was at the Charlotte Internation Crypto Symposium in 2014. Click here for two interviews with David Kahn (one in German, one in English).

 

Hitler’s Spies

David Kahn is not only an expert in crypto history but also in intelligence history. In 2000 he published his book Hitler’s Spies, which tells the story of the “Abwehr” and other German secret services in the Third Reich. David’s original impression was that Hitler had operated a sophisticated spy network working professionally and employing skilled people. However, during research for Hitler’s Spies, David more and more realized that intelligence work under Hitler was quite amateurish and poorly organized. Apart from the Abwehr, several other secret services were involved in espionage. The existence of several competing organisations, which didn’t cooperate, considerably weakened the German intelligence efforts. All in all, Hitler’s spies were not very successful. All this is described in Hitler’s Spies in great detail.

As David reports in his book, the Abwehr recruited a spy code-named “Köhler” in New York City. According to Hitler’s Spies, not much is known about this person. However, blog reader Max Baertl pointed out that Köhler might be identical with Nazi spy Walter Koehler, who is described in an online article published in 2016. As it seems, David was not aware of this Walter Koehler, when he wrote his book.

Are Köhler and Walter Koehler really the same person? Maybe a reader knows more.

 

The Köhler cryptograms

Already in 1981, David Kahn published five encrypted messages written by Köhler. Apparently, Köhler sent these messages to his contact person at the Abwehr in February 1944. These exciting crypto-puzzles have never been much appreciated in the literature. My blog post from 2013 (in German) seems to be the only publication in the last 30 years that even mentions these cryptograms. Their solution is still unknown.

David’s publication is not based on Köhler’s original messages, but on a letter quoting these kept by the British National Archive. Here it is (the numbers are indicate the length of the respective message):

An
Abwehrleitstelle Frankreich
Paris Funkstelle
Sofort vorlegen!
Betr.: Koehler

237
Ybtat mqfvo dvbis prito kecqg kokik kyiwm zuarj
alyia qtxvi vxzya szgou skiqn rbqjq mogex ezdnf
vusda zurop ixklo cmnbl grdhz swmch kupef pzlej
hbord wkkhu vthjk sfwda jepmu izvig kzlau rdrxx
mdecs spozv eeeod dlmdz nqmia pidwg xdcyy mvkso
hmmii impwq nkipa mljvm sqsbb glevn sktlq tn.

178
Eekao parwo xiavy pejux lhnjh pbqdd vdvxb mdiia
gwwmn zbivm abuws dwoug djozl ylaug loaea ilihj
swjft oetad tjisn avaqn sodwb wzaxe zvoxg xpgzv
adurm shvxx xfmuq pdpvq dqwtu fryok xfvcp ydzwm
ofwfl uzfne qsslo evl.

137
tziqb lqqxs kinod mbvil sukms syarh mhzvp tvswm
ayddg rixyy omfzm ugfzz aznqe ljuyi ygwuo qmdbi
vcxgz rmzno pessh gpoyx qqlei xmaoj buugz czfdl
yzmkp gsmfm dteze oxmos.

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Kommentare (31)

  1. #1 Norbert
    19. Februar 2017

    @Klaus: So the Köhler messages fell from #16 to #47 on your ranking list? We had better solve it right now before you drop it entirely 😉

    Max Baertl suggested that Köhler might have used the so-called “ABC Verfahren”. Has anyone information on that?

    The preceding numbers usually stand for the letter count of the messages. Strangely, in case of “137” this doesn’t match (the message has 140 letters). Klaus, are you sure that you quoted David Kahn properly here?

  2. #2 Klaus Schmeh
    19. Februar 2017

    @Norbert
    >We had better solve it right
    >now before you drop it entirely
    We’ll see! May I will extend my list to 100 unsolved cryptograms one day. On the other hand, this may be difficult considering that you’re very successful in making the list shorter.

  3. #4 Klaus Schmeh
    19. Februar 2017

    @Norbert:
    >Klaus, are you sure that you quoted David
    >Kahn properly here?
    Here’s the original from Cryptologia:

  4. #5 Thomas
    19. Februar 2017

    @Klaus #4
    Is column 8 incomplete?

    • #6 Norbert
      19. Februar 2017

      Looks cropped in my firefox as well, but by clicking “Grafik anzeigen” I get the complete image.

  5. #7 Norbert
    19. Februar 2017

    @Klaus: Thanks for so much information! I found a few minor typos in your ciphertext compared to the Cryptologia version:


    237 - row 2, column 7: mogex
    178 - row 2, column 1: gwwmn
    178 - row 5, column 4: evl.
    229 - row 4, column 1: hklsf
    229 - row 5, column 4: alhon

  6. #8 Klaus Schmeh
    19. Februar 2017

    @Norbert:
    Thank you! I corrected the errors. Sorry for the typos. I used an OCR program. Apparently, it made a few mistakes.

  7. #9 Thomas
    19. Februar 2017

    In his article “The spy who double-crossed Hitler” (American magazine, May 1946) the FBI director J. Edgar Hoover wrote that Koehler had used a code based on a “Dutch language prayer book”.

    But in the message which, according to Kahn http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/0161-118191855841?journalCode=ucry20, was sent from the Abwehrstelle Hamburg to the Abwehrleitstelle Frankreich in Paris, there seems to be no hint that Koehler was the author, for he is mentioned as reference (“Betr.”).

  8. #10 Norbert
    19. Februar 2017

    As to the “ABC Verfahren”: I take it that the keys for the ABC system remained in effect for several months, so if the messages were indeed encrypted this way, they should all have the same key. An ABC encryption consists of a double columnar transposition and a slightly variated monoalphabetic substitution. Therefore, I would expect a similar letter distribution in each message, but this seems not to be the case. In addition, the index of coincidence values (0,039 to 0,043 unnormalized) are fairly near random distribution (0,038), which imho also counts against the ABC system. This is quite a pity, for the historic background pointed out by Max Baertl seemed convincing to me.

  9. #11 Thomas Ernst
    Latrobe
    20. Februar 2017

    As an aside: truly sorry about David Kahn’s illness. Yes, his “Codebreakers” was a book you couldn’t put down. – After it had come to his attention that I had solved Steg. III and Heidel, he wrote a personal letter to me, blue ink, immaculate handwriting. We also talked on the phone – what, 20 years ago??? Tempus fugit, ciphers don’t.

  10. #12 Thomas
    20. Februar 2017

    Laut Kahn stammen die Kryptogramme aus einem Bestand der Abwehrnebenstelle Bremen, den er wohl in einem britischen Archiv eingesehen hat (leider enthält der knappe Auszug aus Kahns Artikel hierzu keine näheren Angaben). Das Bundesarchiv-Militärarchiv in Freiburg verfügt über viele Archivalien dieser Abwehrnebenstelle (s. die Bestandsgliederung
    https://www.deutsche-digitale-bibliothek.de/item/6O4ZOICJCCHIJCXU6RKE56HVQ73VM6CY),
    insbesondere auch mit Bezug auf Agenten und Nachrichtenverkehr; hier nur zwei Beispiele:

    RW 49/464
    Abwehrnebenstelle Bremen.- Briefbuch, Band 3: Einsatz von V-Leuten, Verwendung von Codes
    08. Aug. 1941 bis 11. Jan. 1944

    RW 49/496
    Abwehrnebenstelle Bremen.- Tagebuch des Telefon- und Fernschreib-Nachtdienstes , Band 5, Jan. – Juli 1944

    Möglicherweise sind dort noch Schlüsselunterlagen zum Nachrichtenverkehr zwischen der Übersee-Funkzentrale Hamburg und der Abwehrleitstelle Paris erhalten (Ich wohne leider nicht in der Nähe von Freiburg).

  11. #13 Max Baertl
    20. Februar 2017

    Möglicherweise wurden die Funksprüche tatsächlich mit der Abwehr Enigma chiffriert. Wenn dies der Fall sein sollte stehen die ersten 8 Buchstaben jeder Nachricht vermutlich für den Spruchschlüssel wie unter dem Link http://cryptocellar.org/files/web+abwehr2.pdf beschrieben.

  12. #14 Thomas
    20. Februar 2017

    Auf einer Seite zur Übersee-Funkzentrale in Hamburg (Abwehrstelle X) heißt es:
    “Zur  Verschlüsselung der Funksprüche  wurden einfache Schablonen-/Kreuzworträtsel- und Buchschlüssel benutzt.  Im Verkehr der Abwehrstellen untereinander, zu den Abwehrkommandos und den großen Funkzentralen kam das Vier-Walzen-Gerät ENIGMA (ohne Steckerbrett) zum Einsatz, gegen Ende des Krieges vereinzelt auch das Sechs-Walzen-Schlüsselgerät SG 41. Trotz aller Bemühungen waren die verwendeten Verfahren doch nicht sicher genug. Die Gegenseite in Großbritannien war schon im Dezember 1940 in der Lage, die handverschlüsselten Aussendungen zu dechiffrieren, ab  Dezember 1941 konnte man auch die mit der ENIGMA chiffrierten Sendungen fast komplett mitlesen.”(https://www.geschichtsspuren.de/artikel/fmelo-eloka-sigint/143-agentenfunk-abwehr-hamburg.html). Dies mag dafür sprechen, dass zwischen den Abwehrstellen in Hamburg und Paris (sei es zur Versendung einer Nachricht über oder von Koehler) im Februar 1944 eine bestimmte ENIGMA zum Einsatz kam.
    Ob und wie sich allerdings ein “Vier-Walzen-Gerät ENIGMA (ohne Steckerbrett)” auf der Enigma-Komponente von cryptool2 simulieren lässt, ist eine Frage an die Experten.

  13. #15 Thomas
    20. Februar 2017

    Vier Walzen (3 Rotoren + 1 Umkehrwalze) würden zur(Abwehr-)Enigma-G (https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Enigma-G) passen. Diese ist auch im Enigma-Modul von cryptool enthalten.

  14. #16 Norbert
    20. Februar 2017

    Eine Enigma ohne Steckerbrett ist heutzutage leicht zu knacken. Wenn eine Wahrscheinlichkeit besteht, dass die Nachrichten mit einer Abwehr-Enigma (Enigma G) verschlüsselt wurden, sind wohl jetzt Spezialisten (Jim Gillogly, George Lasry, Armin Krauß, …) am Zug. Ich habe zwar ein entsprechendes Programm auf meinem PC, aber bis jetzt nur Enigma I, B und C implementiert, und außerdem verfüge ich nicht über passende Vergleichstexte bzw. ensprechende N-Gramm-Häufigkeitstabellen.

    Ein Problem bei der Enigma G ist offenbar, dass verschiedene Walzensätze benutzt wurden, bis hin zu “selbstverdrahteten” (Quelle: Cryptomuseum). Da nicht so viele Geräte im Umlauf waren, ist hier möglicherweise noch nicht alles erforscht. Bin aber kein Enigma-Experte.

    @Max Baertl: Falls die Annahme zutrifft, dass es sich um Enigma-Nachrichten handelt, und alle Nachrichten denselben Tagesschlüssel haben, kann der Spruchschlüssel m. E. nicht doppelt chiffriert worden sein, wie ein Vergleich der ersten acht Zeichen von Nachricht 1 und 2 zeigt:


    237: YBTA TMQF
    178: EEKA OPAR

    Wenn das vierte Zeichen beider Spruchschlüssel im ersten Durchgang gleich chiffriert ist, muss es identisch sein und dementsprechend auch im zweiten Durchgang gleich chiffriert werden, was aber nicht der Fall ist.

    Ist man nicht irgendwann dazu übergegangen, den Spruchschlüssel grundsätzlich nur noch einfach zu chiffrieren?

  15. #17 Thomas
    20. Februar 2017

    Eine Spruchschlüsselverdopplung fand seit dem 1.5.1940 nicht mehr statt, https://books.google.de/books?id=IBskBgAAQBAJ&pg=PA412

  16. #18 Max Baertl
    21. Februar 2017

    @Thomas
    Im Heer und Luftwaffe wurde die Spruchschlüsselverdopplung ab Mai 1940abgeschafft. Bei der Abwehr scheint die Spruchschlüsselverdoppelung jedoch bis mindestens 1941 benutzt worden zu sein.

    Siehe: http://cryptocellar.org/files/web+abwehr2.pdf

  17. #19 Thomas
    21. Februar 2017

    Bauers Aussage ist wohl in der Tat nicht auch auf die Abwehr zu beziehen. Wann die Abwehr die Verdoppelung aufgab, konnte ich nicht herausfinden.

  18. #20 Norbert
    21. Februar 2017

    @Max, Thomas: Danke – dann bilden für den Fall, dass es sich tatsächlich um Enigma-Nachrichten handelt, wohl nur die ersten vier Zeichen den Spruchschlüssel. Damit fällt eine elegante Möglichkeit weg, abzuschätzen, wie plausibel die Enigma-Theorie ist …

    Ich hatte bezüglich meines Programms Unsinn geschrieben. Implementiert habe ich die Modelle I, M3 und M4. Die Enigma G hinzuzufügen ist nicht ganz trivial (u. a. weil der Mechanismus hier auch die Umkehrwalze bewegt), aber natürlich machbar. Ich dachte nur, dass hier im Forum ja Spezialisten mit großer Enigma-Erfahrung sitzen, die vielleicht schon fertige Programme auch für das G-Modell auf dem Rechner haben und über gute N-Gramm-Tabellen für damalige Funksprüche verfügen. Die Schwierigkeit bleibt nur: Selbst wenn die Annahme “Abwehr-Enigma” korrekt ist, ist unklar, welche tatsächliche Verdrahtung die verwendeten Walzen hatten. Aber zumindest die im “Cryptomuseum” genannten Modelle kann man ja mal durchprobieren.

  19. #21 Norbert
    21. Februar 2017

    Some useful information on the Abwehr Enigma:

    “Some Enigma machines, such as the Zählwerksmaschine A28 and the Enigma G, were driven by a gear mechanism with cog-wheels rather than by pawls and rachets. These machines do not suffer from the double stepping anomaly and behave exactly like the odometer of a car.

    “Another difference with the Enigma D is that the UKW (reflector) can not only be set to any of 26 positions, it is also moved during encipherment.”

    “The Abwehr used different wiring than the other customers of this machine. In order to keep the wiring secret, they ordered blanks (i.e. unwired wheels) from the manufacturer. Furthermore, different branches of the Abwehr used differently wired wheels and it seems likely that, during the course of the war, the wiring of the Abwehr wheels was changed several times. ”

    But also:

    “The machine is sometime referred to as the Abwehr Enigma although this name is actually incorrect. The machine was used by other customers as well and the Abwehr also used other machines than the Enigma G.”

    (Source: cryptomuseum.com)

  20. #22 Thomas
    23. Februar 2017

    According to Bletchley Park cryptanalyst Mavis Batey (“Dilly. The man who broke Enigmas”) the Group II Enigma (called the “Zählwerk Enigma” by the Germans) was used by the Abwehr for European communications until the end of 1944. It had three rotors with 11, 15 and 17 notches and a reflector (Umkehrwalze).Towards the end of 1944 it was replaced for security reasons by the KD Enigma and Cipher machine 41. Wiring data of the Group II Enigma is provided in Philip Marks´ article in Cryptologia 39 (2015), pp. 25 – 65, Appendix B. Maybe this could help to modify an Enigma breaking program (f.e. this one for the Enigma M3 without plugboard: http://practicalcryptography.com/cryptanalysis/breaking-machine-ciphers/cryptanalysis-enigma/).

  21. #23 Thomas
    23. Februar 2017

    Wiring data of the Enigma G (31) is provided also here: http://www.cryptomuseum.com/crypto/enigma/wiring.htm#7
     
     

  22. #24 Norbert
    24. Februar 2017

    I need help …

    After a more or less complete redesign, my enigma program now features the known “Abwehr” models (Gxxx), but sadly, the G models do not encipher in the same way as these two freely available simulators. Apparently, the crucial point is the entry wheel (Eintrittswalze). When looking at the wiring tables of the marvelous cryptomuseum page, and on the assumption that indicators and rings are set to home position, I understand each key alphabet quasi to be an enciphering alphabet while the signal is routed from right to left, and a deciphering alphabet while it returns back the other direction (in the case of reflectors this distinction is unnecessary as they are involutional). Based upon this interpretation, my old program used to yield perfect results (well, I had not to bother about entry wheels then).

    I should give an example. The entry wheel key alphabet is given as “QWERTZUIOASDFGHJKPYXCVBNML”. In my view this means that, when you press the A-key on the keyboard, the entry wheel will send a Q to the adjacent cipher wheel (not a J). But at the end of the enciphering process, when the entry wheel receives e. g. the letter “E”, it will send a C to the display (not a T).

    However, the above-mentioned simulators handle the entry wheel alphabet (and only this) the other way round: as deciphering alphabet from right to left and enciphering from left to right (A->J / E->T) . When I try to imagine the physical wiring from keyboard to entry wheel, I must admit that I find this interpretation quite logical. But then the data on the crytomuseum site seems to me misleading, if not incorrect …

    Can anyone throw light on this? Are there any original messages and key settings of an Enigma with QWERTZ entry wheel available for a quick countercheck?

  23. #25 Michael BGNC
    Germany
    26. Februar 2017

    Hi Norbert

    The definition of the “Eintrittswalze” is: How are the keys wired to the first rotor. Q->A … A->J (Keyboard from left to right). So, the two simulators handle it in the right way. See also German Wikipedia Article: “QWERTZU”. The Cryptomuseum notation for the ETW, in my opinion, is a little bit misleading. At the moment my T-Breaker software runs against message Nr.1 (237)…

    Regards

    Michael BGNC

  24. #26 Norbert
    26. Februar 2017

    @Michael BGNC:
    Thank you very much for the explanation which makes total sense to me.

    I found the breaking approach provided at http://practicalcryptography.com/cryptanalysis/breaking-machine-ciphers/cryptanalysis-enigma/ not suitable for 11-15-17 models like the Abwehr Enigma. This program does an exhaustive search over all possible rotor combinations and indicator settings, leaving the ringsettings aside in the first stage. With the correct settings (and assuming the plugboard is not used), Models like Enigma I, M3 or M4 will reveal enough plaintext fragments so that in the second stage the ringsettings can be determined. However, the 11-15-17 models feature a much higher number of notches with the effect that accidentally revealed contiguous plaintext fragments are much shorter and, apparently, rarer. As a result, it seems to me that the correct wheel order and indicator settings cannot be identified with all ringsettings being ignored.

    As a first work-around, I included the ringsetting of the rightmost rotor into the first stage, making the program run 26 times as long. This sometimes worked, but only in about 50% of my test keys. Presumably, I should include the ringsetting of the middle rotor as well. In this case a program run will take about 17 hours on my computer – still okay. Of course, also an exhaustive search over all keys is possible (again 26 times as long, making it a good candidate for CUDA programming), but I think atm it might be a good idea just to wait for Michael’s results 🙂

  25. #27 Michael BGNC
    Germany
    26. Februar 2017

    I run an exhaustive search over 26^4 (Positions), and for every Position, 26^3 Ring-Settings. The UKW Ring does not matter, because the UKW does not step an other Rotor. It makes no sense to check only partial Rings. The turnover frequency is very high. After a short amount of klicks, all Rotors change their position. So I have to check 26^4 x 26^3 = 8031810176 ! possibilities for every rotor order (123 231 …). Maybe there is a shortcut, but I did not figured it out a the moment. On 12 CPU cores (24/7) it will take about 4 days, only for G-312. I will report…

  26. #28 Michael BGNC
    Germany
    3. März 2017

    After 1152 CPU hours and 12,50 Euro of electricity costs (nice trivia), I walked through the whole keyspace of G-312. Result: No solution for the first message (237). The next step will be to experiment with a few shortcuts to reduce the computation time for G-260.

  27. #29 Norbert
    3. März 2017

    @Michael: Thanx for your efforts!
    I pursued the ideas of my last post and programmed an algorithm which in the first stage performs an exhaustive search over all indicator and ring settings, except for the ring of the leftmost rotor. The 10,000 best candidates (n-gram scoring) are hold in memory for stage two, in which the settings of the middle and rightmost rotor stay fixed and all the rest (important: not only the leftover ring setting) is searched through again.

    I think this approach should have a hit rate of about 99%. During my tests, after stage one the correct settings of the middle and the right rotor had a top score in most cases, and were at about position #5000 in the (very rare) tricky ones. Though, I cannot prove this assumption, and a complete exhaustive search is more reliable, of course.

    With the said program, I tested the last message with models G31 (standard), G-312, G-260 and G-111 (see cryptomuseum.com). Each search took about 17 hours on a single CPU core and had no success 🙁

  28. #30 Michael BGNC
    Germany
    4. März 2017

    @Norbert: Also, great job! It looks like the messages are not related to the known G-Machines (wirings). Depending on my free time, I will continue to work on this subject, but not with high priority….

  29. #31 Charlie....not qualified QFH-ZxLUf-zXATU-A0LH
    dictionary
    10. Mai 2019

    I did a dictionary attack on this cipher

    ACTIONS YZASFZYFTVVHOQSNYAFBSEAXYWBSIIRQUJUZSHJVNTYGHIFKDITERKNAZEVMEXQQLYTCWYMMNWJRHDLMNGFLAXBJACQXISGOZVBJ
    AMONGST YPFNNUXFJAQPJPSDDVNWREQCTEWRIYWLCETZIMEDISYWMDNFCIJJMSIZZUAHMSPQBDOKRXMCSRRMGDBRIOAKANGEIXPXYXBWUUBZ
    ANOTHER YOFHMIZFIAKOXRSCDPMKTEPCNDKTIXWFBSVZHMYCWUYVMXMTEIIJGRWBZTABLGRQADIJFZMBSLQAIDARCNOMAMGYHLRXXXVVIWBY
    ARTICLE YKASRBMFEVVTQESYYARDGELXYIDGITRQGLIZDHJHPHYRHIRMRIEERWPOZPVMQZEQWYTOYMMXNWVTVDWMNSHZAIBJMEEXTSGABJBU
    AUTHORS YHATFVYFBVWHKQSVYBFXSEIXZWXSIQRRUFUZAHKVJTYOHJFGDIBESKJAZMVNETQQTYUCSYMUNXJNHDTMOGBLAFBKAYQXQSHOVVBR
    BEARING XXTJLZKEROMNOCRLRRLBEDYQPCBEHGKHAJGYQAABNFXEAZLKPHRXIQNMYCODKXCPJRKIWKLKGNPRTCJFEMFXZVUAGCCWGLXUZHAH
    BROUGHT XKFGNFXEEAJPUPRYDONHRDLCMEHRHTWECPTYDMXDTSXRMWNQCHEJFSTZYPAAMDPPWDHKCXLXSKRXGCWRBOLKZIGXIIPWTXUWFUAU
    CAREFUL WBCWOSFDVXZQHXQPAEOUZCCZCFUZGKTUDCBXUJNEGAWIJMODKGVGVTGHXGXQNQXONAXLPFKOPASKOBNORPYSYZDNJVXVKUKXSCZL
    CENTRAL WXGHCMFDRBKEBXQLEPCOZCYDNTOZGGXFRWBXQNYSAAWENXCXKGRKGHAHXCBBBKXOJEIZJFKKTLGEOBJSCDSSYVHYXPXVGYVLMCZH
    CENTURY WXGHZVSDRBKBKKQLEPZXMCYDNQXMGGXFOFOXQNYPJNWENXZGXGRKGEJUXCBBYTKOJEIWSSKKTLDNBBJSCABFYVHYUYKVGYVIVPZH
    CERTAIN WXCHTEDDRXKVTVQLAPTGXCYZNKGXGGTFIOZXQJYJSYWEJXTPIGRGGYSFXCXBSCVOJAIQBDKKPLXWMBJOCUKQYVDYOHVVGUVCEAZH
    CHAMBER WUTOSIZDOORUXRQIRWSKTCVQUJKTGDKMHSVXNAFIWUWBAESTEGOXNXWBXZOIRGROGRPPFZKHGSWAIBGFJTOMYSUFNLRVDLCBIWZE
    CHANGED WUTNNINDOOQPXFQIRVNKHCVQTEKHGDKLCSJXNAEDWIWBADNTSGOXMSWPXZOHMGFOGROKFNKHGRRAWBGFIOOAYSUEILFVDLBWIKZE
    CHANGES WUTNNIYDOOQPXQQIRVNKSCVQTEKSGDKLCSUXNAEDWTWBADNTDGOXMSWAXZOHMGQOGROKFYKHGRRAHBGFIOOLYSUEILQVDLBWIVZE
    CHAPTER WUTLAIZDOOOCXRQIRTAKTCVQRRKTGDKJPSVXNACQWUWBABATEGOXKFWBXZOFZGROGRMXFZKHGPEAIBGFGBOMYSUCVLRVDLZJIWZE
    CHARLES WUTJIIYDOOMKXQQIRRIKSCVQPZKSGDKHXSUXNAAYWTWBAZITDGOXINWAXZODHGQOGRKFFYKHGNMAHBGFEJOLYSUADLQVDLXRIVZE
    CHILDREN WULPQVMSTHVKYROCPBLDHNYDEDGZFTGLGPEORJNWYEQXXZPKTBNMWHWFXZGJPTEDLKTFGZIBEXPTWMJSTNKSXIQEMIAMHUKPKGTA
    CLOTHES WQFHMIYDKAKOXQQEDPMKSCRCNDKSGZWFBSUXJMYCWTWXMXMTDGKJGRWAXVABLGQOCDIJFYKDSLQAHBCRCNOLYOGYHLQVZXVVIVZA
    COMPANY WNHLTZSDHCOVOKQBFTTBMCOERKBMGWYJIJOXGOCJNNWUOBTKXGHLKYNUXSCFSXKOZFMQWSKAUPXRBBZTGUFFYLICOCKVWZZCZPZX
    COMPLEX WNHLIITDHCOKXLQBFTIKNCOERZKNGWYJXSPXGOCYWOWUOBITYGHLKNWVXSCFHGLOZFMFFTKAUPMACBZTGJOGYLICDLLVWZZRIQZX
    CONSIDER WNGILJMOTAQDTFOYPUGWCBYZEWBSAHGHGIZHMXNSYXLQSNPGTUIFRVWBXSBCKHEZLDOYBNIXEQKMRAJOTGFLSWQAMBVFCIKLKZOT
    COUNTER WNZNAIZDHUQCXRQBXVAKTCOWTRKTGWQLPSVXGGEQWUWUGDATEGHDMFWBXSUHZGROZXOXFZKAMREAIBZLIBOMYLAEVLRVWRBJIWZX
    COUNTRY WNZNAVSDHUQCKKQBXVAXMCOWTRXMGWQLPFOXGGEQJNWUGDAGXGHDMFJUXSUHZTKOZXOXSSKAMRENBBZLIBBFYLAEVYKVWRBJVPZX
    DAUGHTER VBZUMTMOSOJPUPOYOIZIDLYZDKUEBRGHFWSTNHNSXLECTXPGSIBRSFWBWGUOLREZKRHKCXIXDEDYSKJOSUYXTGQALPORDSKLJNHF
    DELIGHT VXISNFXCRDVPUPPLGANHRBYFYEHRFGZQCPTWQPJDTSVEPINQCFRMRSTZWCDMMDPNJGTKCXJKVWRXGAJUNOLKXVJJIIPUGAGWFUYH
    DICKENS VTRQPZYCNMTROQPHPYPBSBUOWGBSFCIOEJUWMYHFNTVAYGPKDFNVPUNAWYMKOXQNFPRMWYJGEUTRHAFDLQFLXRSHKCQUCJEYZVYD
    DISPLAY VTBLIMSCNWOKBKPHZTIOMBUYRZOMFCSJXWOWMICYANVAIBIXXFNFKNAUWYWFHKKNFZMFJSJGOPMEBAFNGJSFXRCCDPKUCTZRMPYD
    DISTANCE VTBHTZOBSGLCBVQLOABVKRAMDCWRIXIUFOUGUNPFXDGPADRTSADEZLYOWYWBSXGMKJJXJDKKDWFLZQLBSMAKAMSNLHQEKYMYJFJS
    DRAWING VKTELZKCEOHNOCPYRMLBEBLQKCBEFTKCAJGWDAVBNFVRAULKPFEXDQNMWPOYKXCNWRFIWKJXGIPRTAWFZMFXXIUVGCCUTLSUZHYU
    ENGLISH UONPLUJBIISNJBOCLXLWDAPKVCWDEXENAEFVHUGBIEUVUFLFOEIROQILVTIJKSBMALQIRJIBATPMSZAZKMAWWMOGGXBTXFDUUGXY
    EXACTLY UETYABSBYOBCQKOSRGADMAFQERDMENKWPLOVXAPQPNULAOAMXEYXXFPUVJOSZZKMQRZXYSIRGCETBZQFTBHFWCUPVEKTNLMJBPXO
    EXPLAIN UEEPTEDBYZSVTVOSCXTGXAFBVKGXENVNIOZVXLGJSYULLFTPIEYIOYSFVJZJSCVMQCQQBDIRRTXWMZQQKUKQWCFGOHVTNWDCEAXO
    FAILURE TBLPZVMAVGSBKENPJXZXGZCIVQXGDKCNOFIUUSGPJHTISFZGRDVPOEJOUGGJYTELNJQWSMHOYTDNVYNXKABZVZMGUYESKDDIVJWL
    FASHION TBBTLYDAVWWNNVNPZBLAXZCYZCAXDKSRAIZUUIKBMYTIIJLJIDVFSQMFUGWNKWVLNZUIVDHOOXPQMYNNOMEQVZCKGBVSKTHUYAWL
    FIGURES TTNGCIYANIJEXQNHLOCKSZUKMTKSDCEERSUUMUXSWTTAUWCTDDNRFHWAUYIABGQLFLHZFYHGAKGAHYFZBDOLVROXXLQSCFULIVWD
    FINGERS TTGUPVYANBXRKQNHECPXSZUDAGXSDCXSEFUUMNLFJTTANKPGDDNKTUJAUYBOOTQLFEVMSYHGTYTNHYFSPQBLVRHLKYQSCYIYVVWD
    FRIENDS TKLWGJYAEGZIYQNYJEGLSZLICXLSDTCUVTUUDSNWXTTRSMGUDDEPVLXAUPGQFHQLWJXDGYHXYAKBHYWXRHPLVIMNBMQSTDKPJVWU
    HIMSELF RTHIPBLYNCLRQDLHFQPDFXUEOGDFBCYGELHSMOZFPGRAOYPMQBNLHUPNSYCCOZDJFFJMYLFGUMTTUWFTDQHYTRIZKEDQCZWYBIUD
    HISTORY RTBHFVSYNWKHKKLHZPFXMXUYNWXMBCSFUFOSMIYVJNRAIXFGXBNFGKJUSYWBETKJFZICSSFGOLJNBWFNCGBFTRCYAYKQCTVOVPUD
    HUSBAND RHBZTZNYBWCVOFLVZHTBHXIYFKBHBQSXIJJSAIQJNIROIPTKSBBFYYNPSMWTSXFJTZAQWNFUODXRWWTNUUFATFCQOCFQQTNCZKUR
    INCLUDE QORPZJMXIMSBYEKCPXZLGWPOVQLGAXINOTIRHYGPXHQVYFZURAIVOEXORTMJYHEIAPQWGMEBETDBVVADKAPZSMSGUMEPXJDIJJTY
    INSTEAD QOBHPMNXIWKRBFKCZPPOHWPYNGOHAXSFEWJRHIYFAIQVIXPXSAIFGUAPRTWBOKFIAZIMJNEBOLTEWVANCQSASMCYKPFPXTVYMKTY
    MINUTES MTGGAIYTNBJCXQGHEOAKSSUDMRKSWCXEPSUNMNXQWTMANWATDWNKFFWANYBAZGQEFEHXFYAGTKEAHRFSBBOLORHXVLQLCYUJIVPD
    OUTSIDE KHAILJMRBVLNYEEVYQLLGQIXOCLGUQRGATILAHZBXHKOHYLURUBEHQXOLMVCKHECTYJIGMYUNMPBVPTMDMPZMFBZGMEJQSWUJJNR
    PERSONAL JXCIFZQUGKMDNVSECECWWRCFRGXSUXKNTSVHGNRYLHHQMDTMGEEFLLAHKCXCEXIFYNKYVDMDRAGMLQNUGQBLMMUGZLRFWYORXJKT
    PLAYING JQTCLZKQKOFNOCDERKLBEPRQICBETZKAAJGKJATBNFJXASLKPTKXBQNMKVOWKXCBCRDIWKXDGGPRTOCFXMFXLOUTGCCIZLQUZHMA
    PROBLEM JKFZIIEQEACKXWDYDHIKYPLCFZKYTTWXXSAKDMQYWZJRMPITJTEJYNWGKPATHGWBWDAFFEXXSDMANOWRUJORLIGQDLWITXNRIBMU
    PROBLEMS JKFZIIENGXPUQEGXCRFNZAQYRTAJXGYGTFYYJWFRLUKHPMHFGRHWOUOAKPATHGWYYANPYMAWRNJDOZBNGDECPVIZZYUWZHCKXWNK
    QUESTION IHPIAECSFUZDIAECBOPWRWODQQKSPCWLSCIHBSDWKRUQHIFKFORFGQMFJMKCZCUDXXXYQIYBQKTMGVZSFAOLHRGEYVEFRDAPWTXT
    SOCIETY GNRSPTSNHMVRIKABPAPVMMOOYGVMQWIQEDOHGYJFHNGUYIPEXQHVRUHUHSMMORKYZPTMQSUAEWTLBLZDNQZFILSJKWKFWJGYTPJX
    SOMEWHAT GNHWXFQMDARRFBSWZUHKOXCXOWCGMDKFQIAVYTRQIXMEEJTEDUJTDRAZHSCQWDIXVDPMNJMVOQLADWNMDGGZESUYWBWTOEOJUZPH
    SPEAKING GMPAJEDZDZZVRAFJZTPOAWPKOVKKYCXSQHIZKSEDIWUIQIGRDTRXPQNMHRKUICVKVCXQZIZIOPTEPVAZDFODQRHLWAEXADBWUYXL
    SPECIAL GMPYLMFNGKBNBXAANGLOZMNMECOZQVGWAWBHFWPBAAGTWOLXKQGTXQAHHRKSKKXYYNZIJFUZCCPEOLYBTMSSIKQPGPXFVHMUMCJW
    STRANGE GICAGGMNCXDIVEAWAIGIGMJZGXIGQRTYVQIHBJRWUHGPJQGRRQCGZLUOHNXUFEEYUABDDMUVPEKYVLUOVHMZIGDRBJEFRUOPGJJS
    SUBJECT GHSRPKXNBNURZPAVQZPMRMIPXGMRQQJPEUTHAZIFYSGOZHPVCQBWQUYZHMNLOIPYTQSMHXUUFVTCGLTEMQQKIFTIKNPFQKFYKUJR
    SURFACE GHCVTKMNBXYVZEAVADTMGMIZBKMGQQTTIUIHAJMJYHGOJLTVRQBGUYYOHMXPSIEYTAWQHMUUPZXCVLTOQUQZIFDMONEFQUJCKJJR
    TALKING FBIQLZKMVDTNOCZPGYLBELCFWCBEPKZOAJGGUPHBNFFIPGLKPPVMPQNMGGDKKXCXNGRIWKTOVUPRTKNULMFXHZJHGCCEKAEUZHIL
    THOUSAND FUFGBMDCCHPBJIFMYBFUSEPNNDAQQKXVPPYFCAEGHEKOIQGUCBHDHYNPGZAAAKVNUKNWRQZLNXJKHDACCNEJIZHOVIUDSLBZTGNR
    TOWARDS FNXACJYMHSDEYQZBVICLSLOUGTLSPWOYRTUGGERSXTFUEQCUDPHBZHXAGSSUBHQXZVBZGYTAKEGBHKZJVDPLHLYRXMQEWPOLJVIX
    VARIOUS DBCSFSYKVXVHHQXPAAFUSJCZYWUSNKTQUCUEUJJVGTDIJIFDDNVGRKGAEGXMEQQVNATCPYROPWJKHINONGYLFZDJAVQCKUGOSVGL
    WORKING CNCQLZKJHXTNOCWBAYLBEIOZWCBEMWTOAJGDGJHBNFCUJGLKPMHGPQNMDSXKKXCUZARIWKQAPUPRTHZOLMFXELDHGCCBWUEUZHFX
    YOURSELF ANZJBIFAXAJEJEHKTUZXSARLIWUTQGZTKISICWGECXERIMISXUBGHUPNBSUDAGXLPDHZRMBJIQDNHZCAXGYMIVJMQBOGSHDXOZHU

    ACTION DKECNXQLCZLMECRTQBONFYOPAWCWBITWREFVYIMDLXAACMJVYBRJGJYTUBHCXWLIBWPKMGMOZNAEVGDWGNLXYZQYLRVBAQPMECQO
    ALMOST DBLWJRQCJTHGETYNMVOEMSKJANJQXCTNYYBPYZTXHRARJGFPYSYDCDYKBVDWXNSCXQPBTAIIZEHYRADNNHHRYQXSHLVSHKLGETXI
    AND DZUKOHQASHMWERHBRLOCVGPZALSECSTLHMGFYXCLMHAPSUKFYQHRHTYIKJIMXLBQCGPZCONYZCQMWQDLWVMHYOGGMBVQQYQWERGW
    ANOTHER DZJRUGZNITGSANKOQVHLHGPOHRRNPIFFDICILWMEVTAPHBQEHDXDBPUENWHWQUNQCVWFBXAOLWMISTQKGOVTYOVNSAEDGKKSANJJ
    ANSWER DZFOXTQADLVIERSFAXOCGKYLALDILETLSQPRYXNPVTAPDYTRYQSVQFYIVNRYXLMULSPZNSWKZCBQFCDLHZVTYORKVNVQBCZIERRA
    ANY DZZKOMQAXHMBERMBRQOCAGPEALXECXTLMMGKYXHLMMAPXUKKYQMRHYYIPJIRXLGQCLPZHONDZCVMWVDLBVMMYOLGMGVQVYQBERLW
    ARE DVTKKGQWRHIVENGBNKOYUGLYAHREYRTHGMCEYTBLIGALRUGEYMGRDSYEJJELXHAQYFPVBOJXZYPMSPDHVVIGYKFGIAVMPYMVENFW
    AROUND DVJQOHQWHNMWENWHRLOYKMPZAHHKCSTHWSGFYTRRMHALHAKFYMWXHTYEZPIMXHQWCGPVRUNYZYFSWQDHLBMHYKVMMBVMFEQWENVC
    AUTHOR DSEDNTQTCALIEKRUQXOVFZOLAECXBETERFFRYQMELTAICNJRYJRKGFYBUCHYXELJBSPSMHMKZVAFVCDEGOLTYHQZLNVJARPIEKQP
    BISHOP CEFDNVPFDALKDWSUQZNHGZONZQDXBGSQSFFTXCNELVZUDNJTXVSKGHXNVCHAWQMJBUOENHMMYHBFVECQHOLVXTRZLPUVBRPKDWRP
    BRIGHT CVPEURPWNBSGDNCVXVNYQAVJZHNYICSHCGMPXTXFSRZLNOQPXMCLNDXEFDOWWHWKIQOVXITIYYLGCACHRPSRXKBASLUMLSWGDNBQ
    BUT CSEJHRPTCGFGDKRAKVNVFFIJZECDVCSERLZPXQMKFRZICTDPXJRQADXBUIBWWELPVQOSMNGIYVALPACEGUFRXHQFFLUJAXJGDKQV
    CENTURY BIKRHTSLRUGFNGIXRVUYAEYPHEEGNRGFQVVGUXMRIMYYIBDRABGEBCHXLFIWDHGOLWWSOQYXMWZVLRZLGBIMWXWNFNXBPLKFNGHS
    CHANGE BFXXVGOGVUTVCXKOYKMIYTWYYRVRJRRRKZNEWDFYTGYVVHREWWKEOSWONWPLVREDJFNFFBUXXITZDPBRZITGWUJTTATWTLXVCXJJ
    CHARLES BFXTQGYLOHIOAMIUEXDLGEVCJNRMNOTHZIBGRKOAVSYVVDMEGBDRDLUDLCVYMUMOIJYBBWYUZYIIRRWYIKVSWUJPOADBMYMOAMHP
    COUNTRY BYDXITSLHNMGNGINKBVYAEOINFEGNHZLRVVGKQSSIMYOBHERABWXHDHXLVBCEHGOBPCTOQYNFCAVLRPEMCIMWNPTGNXBFEQGNGHI
    COUPLE BYDVQGOZBSOVCQQMTKMBERRYYKBPERRKQXIEWWLWOGYOBFMEWPQCJSWHTUKLVKKBEFNYLZPXXBZXYPBKFGOGWNPROATPZJSVCQPH
    DOUBLE AYDJQGNZBGOVBQQATKLBEFRYXKBDERQKQLIEVWLKOGXOBTMEVPQQJSVHTIKLUKKPEFMYLNPXWBZLYPAKFUOGVNPFOASPZXSVBQPV
    DURING ASGCOENTEZMTBKTTRILVHYPWXEEWCPQETEGCVQODMEXIEMKCVJTJHQVBWBIJUENICDMSOGNVWVCEWNAEINMEVHSYMYSJCQQTBKSO
    EASILY ZMFCQMMNDZOBAESTTQKPGYREWYDWEXPYSEIKUKNDOMWCDMMKUDSJJYUVVBKRTYMIELLMNGPDVPBEYVZYHNOMUBRYOGRDBQSBAERO
    ENGLISH ZZRZTSJJIBORMXGOYDGXRCPWPQDXLINNCUMELEUDHDWPPJPQRZXLJOGOJWPEPGXMCDEENHWOTELUCPQSONHDUODVRMOZGSSRMXFJ
    ENOUGH ZZJQVDMAHNTSARWHYHKCKMWVWLHKJOPLWSNBUXRRTDWPHARBUQWXOPUIZPPITLQWJCLZRUUUVCFSDMZLLBTDUOVMTXRQFEXSARVC
    FAMILY YMLCQMLNJZOBZEYTTQJPMYREVYJWEXOYYEIKTKTDOMVCJMMKTDYJJYTVBBKRSYSIELKMTGPDUPHEYVYYNNOMTBXYOGQDHQSBZEXO
    FATHER YMEDXTLNCAVIZERUAXJPFZYLVYCXLEOYRFPRTKMEVTVCCNTRTDRKQFTVUCRYSYLJLSKMMHWKUPAFFCYYGOVTTBQZVNQDARZIZEQP
    FIGURE YERQKGLFPNIVZWEHNKJHSMLYVQPKYROQESCETCZRIGVUPAGETVEXDSTNHPELSQYWYFKEZUJXUHNSSPYQTBIGTTDMIAQVNEMVZWDC
    FOR YYGFNTLZECLIZQTWQXJBHBOLVKEZBEOKTHFRTWOGLTVOEPJRTPTMGFTHWEHYSKNLBSKYOJMKUBCHVCYKIQLTTNSBLNQPCTPIZQSR
    FRENCH YVTXZDLWRUXSZNGOCHJYUTAVVHRRNOOHGZRBTTBYXDVLRHVBTMGESPTEJWTISHADNCKVBBYUUYPZHMYHVIXDTKFTXXQMPLBSZNFJ
    GROUPS XVJQMSKWHNKHYNWHPWIYKMNKUHHKADNHWSEQSTRRKSULHAIQSMWXFESEZPGXRHQWARJVRULJTYFSUBXHLBKSSKVMKMPMFEOHYNVC
    HAS WMFDBSJNDAZHXESUEWHPGZCKTYDXPDMYSFTQRKNEZSTCDNXQRDSKUERVVCVXQYMJPRIMNHAJSPBFJBWYHOZSRBRZZMODBRDHXERP
    HAVING WMCCOEJNAZMTXEPTRIHPDYPWTYAWCPMYPEGCRKKDMETCAMKCRDPJHQRVSBIJQYJICDIMKGNVSPYEWNWYENMERBOYMYODYQQTXEOO
    HER WIGDXTJJEAVIXATUAXHLHZYLTUEXLEMUTFPRRGOEVTTYENTRRZTKQFRRWCRYQUNJLSIIOHWKSLCFFCWUIOVTRXSZVNOZCRZIXASP
    HIM WELDTYJFJARNXWYUWCHHMZUQTQJXHJMQYFLWRCTERYTUJNPWRVYKMKRNBCNDQQSJHXIETHSPSHHFBHWQNORYRTXZRSOVHRVNXWXP
    HIMSELF WELSXZLGNVHVTZDTSWKETZUQIUKZINHGGBOBQYNHOFTUJCTXTWCFCSNQGBJXTNZJHXXIUJTTNXPBEMVMHROFRTXOVTQWLMLVTZCO
    HIS WEFDTSJFDARHXWSUWWHHGZUKTQDXHDMQSFLQRCNERSTUDNPQRVSKMERNVCNXQQMJHRIENHSJSHBFBBWQHORSRTRZRMOVBRVHXWRP
    HISTORY WEFRNTSGNPGLNGDTMVAYAZUKHKEGINBFWVVBQSMXIMTUDBJRAWCZBIHXGBDWJHGJHRWYOQTTHWFVLMVGGHIMRTRNLNXWLGKLNGCO
    HOW WYBDNOJZZALDXQOUQSHBCZOGTKZXBZMKOFFMRWJELOTOZNJMRPOKGARHRCHTQKIJBNIYJHMFSBXFVXWKDOLORNNZLIOPXRPDXQNP
    HUSBAND WSFJBXNGBPYZRBDHMNOCVZIKZYIBIBBXKZQBESELMHTIDTXVVWQZTWLSGPDOXLBJVROMSLTHHOTZGMJGYVMHRHRFZRSWZGCZRBCC
    INCLUDE VZVZHHMFIFOFBACOCDUMUYPAPESAHIRNQJPALIURWGSPTJDFUVXPJCVRFWTEDVAICHESCKSOXEZJFLQWOBWGQOHVFBRVGWSFBABJ
    INSTEAD VZFRXKNFIPGVEBCOMVKPVYPKHUVBHIBFGMQALSMHZHSPDBTIVVXZBSYSFWDWTYBICRWIFLSOHWPMGLQGGRZHQORNVESVGGKVEBBJ
    ITS VTFCISIUDZGHWLSTLWGWGYJKSFDWWDLFSEAQQRNDGSSJDMEQQKSJBEQCVBCXPFMIWRHTNGHJRWBEQBVFHNGSQIRYGMNKBQKHWLRO
    LENGTH SIKEIDFJIBGSTAXVLHDLLAJVPUIYWOIUXGABNGSFGDPYIOEBNZXLBPNRADCIMURKWCEISIHUOLGGQMSUMPGDNXWAGXKZGSKSTAWQ
    LET SIEZXRFJCWVGTARQAVDLFVYJPUCTLCIURBPPNGMAVRPYCJTPNZRGQDNRUYRWMULFLQEIMDWIOLABFASUGKVRNXQVVLKZANZGTAQL
    LONGER SYKEXTFZIBVITQXVAXDBLAYLPKIYLEIKXGPRNWSFVTPOIOTRNPXLQFNHADRYMKRKLSEYSIWKOBGGFCSKMPVTNNWAVNKPGSZITQWQ
    MAKING RMNCOEENLZMTSEATRICPOYPWOYLWCPHYAEGCMKVDMEOCLMKCMDAJHQMVDBIJLYUICDDMVGNVNPJEWNRYPNMEMBZYMYJDJQQTSEZO
    MAN RMKYBXENIVZMSEXPEBCPLUCPOYISPIHYXATVMKSZZXOCIIXVMDXFUJMVAXVCLYREPWDMSCAONPGAJGRYMJZXMBWUZRJDGMDMSEWK
    MARKET RMGAXRENEXVGSETRAVCPHWYJOYEULCHYTCPPMKOBVROCEKTPMDTHQDMVWZRWLYNGLQDMOEWINPCCFARYILVRMBSWVLJDCOZGSESM
    MASTER RMFRXTENDOVISESIAXCPGNYLOYDLLEHYSTPRMKNSVTOCDBTRMDSYQFMVVQRYLYMXLSDMNVWKNPBTFCRYHCVTMBRNVNJDBFZISERD
    MAY RMZYBMENXVZBSEMPEQCPAUCEOYXSPXHYMATKMKHZZMOCXIXKMDMFUYMVPXVRLYGEPLDMHCADNPVAJVRYBJZMMBLUZGJDVMDBSELK
    MEN RIKYXXEJIVVMSAXPABCLLUYPOUISLIHUXAPVMGSZVXOYIITVMZXFQJMRAXRCLURELWDISCWONLGAFGRUMJVXMXWUVRJZGMZMSAWK
    MINUTES REKQIGYBNUFGAMYTRUVLGUUPGFRMDNGERIBWQXLSVSOUIAEEGRCEADUDBBIVEUMEHWVTBWOTMVAIRHVLFCVSMTWMGADRLLJGAMXO
    MODERN RYUGKXEZSDIMSQHXNBCBVCLPOKSAYIHKHICVMWCHIXOOSQGVMPHNDJMHKFECLKBMYWDYCKJONBQISGRKWRIXMNGCIRJPQUMMSQGS
    MONTHS RYKRUSEZIOSHSQXIXWCBLNVKOKILIDHKXTMQMWSSSSOOIBQQMPXYNEMHAQOXLKRXIRDYSVTJNBGTCBRKMCSSMNWNSMJPGFWHSQWD
    MOTHER RYEDXTEZCAVISQRUAXCBFZYLOKCXLEHKRFPRMWMEVTOOCNTRMPRKQFMHUCRYLKLJLSDYMHWKNBAFFCRKGOVTMNQZVNJPARZISQQP
    MYSELF ROFGQFEPDDOUSGSXTJCRGCRXOADAEQHASIIDMMNHOFOEDQMDMFSNJRMXVFKKLAMMEEDONKPWNRBIYORAHROFMDRCOZJFBUSUSGRS
    NATURE QMEQKGDNCNIVRERHNKBPFMLYNYCKYRGYRSCELKMRIGNCCAGELDRXDSLVUPELKYLWYFCMMUJXMPASSPQYGBIGLBQMIAIDAEMVREQC
    NEARLY QIXTQMDJVQOBRAKKTQBLYPRENUVNEXGUKVIKLGFUOMNYVDMKLZKAJYLRNSKRKUEZELCIFXPDMLTVYVQUZEOMLXJPOGIZTHSBRAJF
    NEW QIBXXODJZUVDRAOOASBLCTYGNUZRLZGUOZPMLGJYVONYZHTMLZOEQALRRWRTKUIDLNCIJBWFMLXZFXQUDIVOLXNTVIIZXLZDRANJ
    NOT QYEXNRDZCULGRQROQVBBFTOJNKCRBCGKRZFPLWMYLRNOCHJPLPREGDLHUWHWKKLDBQCYMBMIMBAZVAQKGILRLNQTLLIPALPGRQQJ
    NOW QYBXNODZZULDRQOOQSBBCTOGNKZRBZGKOZFMLWJYLONOZHJMLPOEGALHRWHTKKIDBNCYJBMFMBXZVXQKDILOLNNTLIIPXLPDRQNJ
    NUMBER QSLJXTDTJGVIRKYAAXBVMFYLNEJDLEGEYLPRLQTKVTNIJTTRLJYQQFLBBIRYKESPLSCSTNWKMVHLFCQENUVTLHXFVNIJHXZIRKXV
    OLD PBUWQHCCSTOWQTHNTLAEVSRZMNSQESFNHYIFKZCXOHMRSGMFKSHDJTKKKVKMJNBCEGBBCAPYLEQYYQPNWHOHKQGSOBHSQKSWQTGI
    OTHERS PTQGKSCUODIHQLDXNWAWRCLKMFOAYDFFDICQKRYHISMJOQGQKKDNDEKCGFEXJFXMYRBTYKJJLWMISBPFSRISKICCIMHKMUMHQLCS
    OUT PSEWHRCTCTFGQKRNKVAVFSIJMECQVCFERYZPKQMXFRMICGDPKJRDADKBUVBWJELCVQBSMAGILVAYPAPEGHFRKHQSFLHJAKJGQKQI
    OUTSIDE PSESTHMZBOHRBAWHLWGMUSIJIQSABBAGCJPUERNDWGMICCPFUPQYCOVRZPCXPVACVQXECKMHGXLJFFJFHNWGKHQORBRPZFLRBAVC
    PERIOD OIGCNHBJEZLWPATTQLZLHYOZLUEWBSEUTEFFJGODLHLYEMJFJZTJGTJRWBHMIUNIBGAIOGMYKLCEVQOUINLHJXSYLBGZCQPWPASO
    PERSON OIGSNXBJEPLMPATJQBZLHOOPLUEMBIEUTUFVJGOTLXLYECJVJZTZGJJRWRHCIUNYBWAIOWMOKLCUVGOUIDLXJXSOLRGZCGPMPASE
    PLACES OBXIXSBCVFVHPTKZAWZEYEYKLNVCLDENKKPQJZFJVSLRVSTQJSKPQEJKNHRXINEOLRABFMWJKETKFBONZTVSJQJEVMGSTWZHPTJU
    PLAYING OBXMTXKYKHBRRYVQEQGCSRRCCQIYAKTACZNTNKHDMELRVWPVSOZRWOLPYYVRPLYBEJRESILQZRLZDESYBNMEJQJIRRPOIYFRRYUL
    POINTS OYPXISBZNUGHPQCOLWZBQTJKLKNRWDEKCZAQJWXYGSLONHEQJPCEBEJHFWCXIKWDWRAYXBHJKBLZQBOKRIGSJNBTGMGPLLKHPQBJ
    PROBLEM OVJJQGEYETYOASVKQNDLMRLOZNRSAEFXZIHTHWEAVYLLHTMEMOTDTLUJYSHOMUSBYVOBBCLKLOIIXEMKYKVYJKVFOAJOCKCOASUF
    PUBLIC OSWZTIBTUWRXPKJQWMZVXVUALEUTHTEEJBLGJQEARILIUJPGJJJGMUJBMYNNIEDFHHASEDSZKVSBBROEYKRIJHIVRCGJSNVXPKIL
    RESULT MIFQQRZJDNOGNASHTVXLGMRJJUDKECCUSSIPHGNRORJYDAMPHZSXJDHRVPKWGUMWEQYINUPIILBSYAMUHBORHXRMOLEZBESGNARC
    SAYING LMZCOEYNXZMTMEMTRIWPAYPWIYXWCPBYMEGCGKHDMEICXMKCGDMJHQGVPBIJFYGICDXMHGNVHPVEWNLYBNMEGBLYMYDDVQQTMELO
    SECOND LIVWOHYJTTMWMAINRLWLWSPZIUTQCSBUIYGFGGDXMHIYTGKFGZIDHTGRLVIMFUCCCGXIDANYHLRYWQLUXHMHGXHSMBDZRKQWMAHI
    SEXUAL LIAQBZYJYNZOMANHEDWLBMCRIUYKPKBUNSTXGGIRZZIYYAXXGZNXULGRQPVEFUHWPYXIIUAQHLWSJILUCBZZGXMMZTDZWEDOMAMC
    SHE LFTSUGYGRPSVMXGJXKWIUOVYIRRMIRBRGUMEGDBTSGIVRCQEGWGZNSGOJROLFRAYIFXFBWTXHIPUCPLRVDSGGUFOSADWPGWVMXFE
    SHOULD LFJQQHYGHNOWMXWHTLWIKMRZIRHKESBRWSIFGDRROHIVHAMFGWWXJTGOZPKMFRQWEGXFRUPYHIFSYQLRLBOHGUVMOBDWFESWMXVC
    SILVER LEMPXTYFKMVIMWZGAXWHNLYLIQKJLEBQZRPRGCUQVTIUKZTRGVZWQFGNCORYFQTVLSXEUTWKHHIRFCLQOAVTGTYLVNDVIDZIMWYB
    SIMPLE LELVQGYFJSOVMWYMTKWHMRRYIQJPERBQYXIEGCTWOGIUJFMEGVYCJSGNBUKLFQSBEFXETZPXHHHXYPLQNGOGGTXROADVHJSVMWXH
    SINGLE LEKEQGYFIBOVMWXVTKWHLARYIQIYERBQXGIEGCSFOGIUIOMEGVXLJSGNADKLFQRKEFXESIPXHHGGYPLQMPOGGTWAOADVGSSVMWWQ
    SOCIAL LYVCBZYZTZZOMQITEDWBWYCRIKTWPKBKIETXGWDDZZIOTMXXGPIJULGHLBVEFKCIPYXYDGAQHBREJILKXNZZGNHYZTDPRQDOMQHO
    SOCIETY LYVCXRSVHFRVLGSNCGKWAOOASUCGXHRQGTVQKIXHGMIOTMTPALWPMSFXVVTHTFGYBHHIMQINXHPTLBPWRRGMGNHYVLXLFWVVLGRI
    SPECIAL LXTITKFVGDXRETSMAMGPNONYYQVTXGPWCMIQJGDDZZINRSPINLVNSOYKVURNPYTYAFNEFDIMVNLMYBOUXNZZGMFEREKLEUBRETRH
    STRANGE LTGKOEMVCQZMYASINOBJUOJLALPAXCCYXGPQFTFYTGIJEUKCULRAUJSRVQEPKSAYWSPZZKIIIPGGFBKHZITGGISGMYRLAHDMYARD
    STRONG LTGWOEYUETMTMLTNRIWWHSPWIFEQCPBFTYGCGROXMEIJEGKCGKTDHQGCWVIJFFNCCDXTOANVHWCYWNLFIHMEGISSMYDKCKQTMLSI
    SURFACE LSGFBIMVBQUZCASHNJONUOILVYTAXBCTKKPQETALXGIIEPXGULQAPWWRVPEKXWAYVSKMDKIHIKTKFBJHUVXGGHSBZCRLZHYZCARC
    TAKING KMNCOEXNLZMTLEATRIVPOYPWHYLWCPAYAEGCFKVDMEHCLMKCFDAJHQFVDBIJEYUICDWMVGNVGPJEWNKYPNMEFBZYMYCDJQQTLEZO
    TALKING KMMATXKUVWPRRYRBTEGCSNCRQQIYWVIOCZNPYZVDMEHCKKPVSKKGKOLPUJKFPLYXPYFESIHBOFLZDADNPNMEFBYWRRPKTNTRRYQW
    THE KFTRUGXGROSVLXGIXKVIUNVYHRRLIRARGTMEFDBSSGHVRBQEFWGYNSFOJQOLERAXIFWFBVTXGIPTCPKRVCSGFUFNSACWPFWVLXFD
    THEORY KFTWKMXGRTIBLXGNNQVIUSLEHRRQYXARGYCKFDBXIMHVRGGKFWGDDYFOJVERERACYLWFBAJDGIPYSVKRVHIMFUFSIGCWPKMBLXFI
    THINGS KFPXVSXGNUTHLXCOYWVIQTWKHRNRJDARCZNQFDXYTSHVNHRQFWCEOEFOFWPXERWDJRWFXBUJGILZDBKRRITSFUBTTMCWLLXHLXBJ
    TRYING KVZCOEXWXZMTLNMTRIVYAYPWHHXWCPAHMEGCFTHDMEHLXMKCFMMJHQFEPBIJEHGICDWVHGNVGYVEWNKHBNMEFKLYMYCMVQQTLNLO
    TURNED KSGXXHXTEUVWLKTOALVVHTYZHEERLSAETZPFFQOYVHHIEHTFFJTEQTFBWWRMEENDLGWSOBWYGVCZFQKEIIVHFHSTVBCJCLZWLKSJ
    UNITED JZPRXHWANOVWKRCIALUCQNYZGLNLLSZLCTPFEXXSVHGPNBTFEQCYQTEIFQRMDLWXLGVZXVWYFCLTFQJLRCVHEOBNVBBQLFZWKRBD
    VARIOUS IMGCNQYSVQRLKMPBNGAVGLCLSKBMUVCQWSBNYTXXFSFCEMJOGIKAMIEDSJEHJEMVPSHYLWFBIHFSRYDHRHFSDBSYLKDITHVLKMOW
    VOLUME IYMQPGVZKNNVJQZHSKTBNMQYFKKKDRYKZSHEDWURNGFOKALEDPZXISDHCPJLCKTWDFUYUUOXEBISXPIKOBNGDNYMNAAPIERVJQYC
    WANTED HMKRXHUNIOVWIEXIALSPLNYZEYILLSXYXTPFCKSSVHECIBTFCDXYQTCVAQRMBYRXLGTMSVWYDPGTFQHYMCVHCBWNVBZDGFZWIEWD
    WAS HMFOBSUNDLZHIESFEWSPGKCKEYDIPDXYSQTQCKNPZSECDYXQCDSVUECVVNVXBYMUPRTMNSAJDPBQJBHYHZZSCBRKZMZDBCDHIERA
    WHO HFJOUWUGHLSLIXWFXASIKKVOERHIIHXRWQMUCDRPSWEVHYQUCWWVNICOZNOBBRQUIVTFRSTNDIFQCFHRLZSWCUVKSQZWFCWLIXVA
    WORKING HYGATXKRHQPRRYONNEGCSKOLQQIYTHCO