[QUOTE=EdH;608436]Welcome back! Should I pull 210 matched parity sequences out of the other thread? The added exponents aren't showing a reserved status currently.[/QUOTE]
I don't plan on going above [I]i[/I]=60 (I lack the patience to do too many NFS runs above C120 on my Core 2 Quad), so you should be fine to keep those. 
[QUOTE=Happy5214;608437]I don't plan on going above [I]i[/I]=60 (I lack the patience to do too many NFS runs above C120 on my Core 2 Quad), so you should be fine to keep those.[/QUOTE]Thanks! I'll add them back.

Base 233 can be added at the next update.

I terminated the following sameparity sequences:
227^53, 227^55, 227^63, 227^67, 229^55, and 229^59 Bases 227 and 229 were recently initialized by Rich so are not on the pages yet. 
[QUOTE=EdH;608396]I'm still looking at a more complete list of primes that cross bases, but that is proving to be quite a task and I may have to modify my approach.[/QUOTE]
This is huge, a lot of thanks ! 
[QUOTE=Happy5214;608433]I know I'm late to this discussion. I did translate "bearing" to French ("palier") and back to English and got "level", which makes much more sense to me, in case you want to use that in the future.[/QUOTE]
OK, thanks, I had hesitated ! 
Page updated.
Many thanks to all for your help. I had very little time to do this update and I could not verify anything. Please let me know of any errors or malfunctions. [B]Added bases : 227, 229 and 233.[/B] [B]Updated bases : All the bases announced below.[/B] [CODE]5^249: Prime  EDH * 10^154: Prime  GDB * 20^102: Prime  GDB * 20^106: Prime  GDB * 21^103: Prime  GDB * 21^105: Prime  GDB * 21^109: Prime  GDB * 22^110: Prime  GDB * 23^105: Prime  GDB * 23^115: Prime  GDB * 23^117: Prime  GDB * 26^104: Prime  GDB * 29^107: Prime  GDB * 31^101: Prime  GDB * 31^103: Prime  GDB * 31^107: Prime  GDB * 48^92: Prime  GDB * 58^86: Prime  GDB * 63^83: Prime  GDB * 65^83: Prime  GDB * 65^85: Prime  GDB * 67^85: Prime  GDB * 68^82: Prime  GDB * 76^78: Prime  GDB * 76^80: Prime  EDH * 77^73: Prime  GDB * 77^79: Prime  GDB * 77^81: Prime  GDB * 88^64: Prime  RCH * 88^70: Prime  GDB * 92^76: Prime  GDB * 94^74: Prime  GDB * 96^80: Prime  GDB * 103^79: Cycle  GDB * 105^71: Prime  GDB * 105^73: Prime  GDB * 107^71: Prime  GDB * 109^75: Prime  GDB * 113^75: Prime  GDB * 127^71: Prime  GDB * 127^73: Prime  OKR * 131^63: Prime  GDB * 131^67: Prime  GDB * 137^71: Prime  GDB * 137^73: Prime  GDB * 139^63: Prime  GDB * 149^63: Prime  GDB * 149^71: Prime  GDB * 151^63: Prime  GDB * 151^65: Prime  GDB * 151^73: Prime  GDB * 173^73: Prime  GDB * 191^59: Prime  GDB * 191^63: Prime  GDB * 193^65: Prime  GDB * 197^67: Prime  GDB * 197^79: Prime  GDB * 210^64: Prime  A * 211^65: Prime  GDB * 220^66: Prime  GDB * 223^55: Prime  GDB * 223^59: Prime  GDB * 223^63: Prime  GDB * 284^62: Prime  GDB * 338^61: Prime  GDB * 564^56: Prime  GDB * 720^54: Prime  GDB * 1058^50: Prime  KRB * 1152^42: Prime  GDB * 1152^44: Prime  GDB * 1250^49: Prime  GDB * 15472^40: Prime  GDB *[/CODE] 
A couple of issues on the web page updates:
48^92 should be terminated by me instead of Yoyo. 24^110 should be terminated. It was terminated yesterday and made it on to Ed's list this morning (U.S.). Perhaps you took a snapshot of the list before he updated it. Thank you for this massive update! :) 
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48^92 should be terminated by me instead of Yoyo. [/QUOTE] Please, I don't understand this message : unless I'm mistaken, 48^92 is indeed ended by you on the page, right ? 
[QUOTE=garambois;608477]This is huge, a lot of thanks ![/QUOTE]Right now my primes list for >10^9, which is uniques* for each base and multiples across is 331.3 MB, with 9615120 primes.
Whittled down to multiples across two+ bases, that list is 6.5MB, with 174161 primes, but most of those are due to merges. [QUOTE=garambois;608479]. . . [B]Added bases : 227, 229 and 233.[/B] [B]. . .[/B][/QUOTE]All these new bases will not be represented in my primes list work, yet. * in this case unique means a prime is represented only once for a base, even though it shows up multiple times within that base. As of yet, I haven't noticed any primes that show up multiple times within a single base AND within another base. 
[QUOTE=garambois;608488]Please, I don't understand this message : unless I'm mistaken, 48^92 is indeed ended by you on the page, right ?[/QUOTE]
Oops. You are correct. I was looking at 48^82. I get that mixed up all the time. Mea culpa. :) 
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