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Start as per "Walk the Plank". Climb straight up the groove. There is an easy, but committing, high-step at the top.
Sit-start underneath a kind of hole feature (right hand is on a low sidepull edge under the overhang, left hand is on a low sidepull jug just outside the overhang). Slap a crux first move to sharp jug on the lip of the overhang, then use jugs and good flakes to rock over the lip and follow the crack up the slab to the top of the boulder. Really good movement with a nice high-step to finish off the tall slab. You could reach up to the sharp, left-hand jug from the sit-start, skipping the first move and the problem would check-in at about V1, or you could force an awkward match at v5 on the start hold.
Sit-start using blocky holds at base of dihedral. Climb up the right side of the dihedral. Beware awkward fall
Sit-start at extreme right end of a juggy shelf/rail below lip of boulder. Follow this rail left into a dihedral. Top out at the dihedral, or continue left along the lip of boulder to top out as per "Speak Easy" (more pump, same grade)
Sit-start, low in crack. Climb straight up the short crack.
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