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I don't think it will work as 21 is an uneven number.
Have you tried to make a list backwards? If you want the last PLL to be a "T" then put "T" as #21, then look at your list(I'm to lazy to do that) and find out what generates a "T" perm and put that as #20 and so on.
 

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It's a cool list but you need to integrate AUFs to make it a properly complete list. For example your documentation shows Jb + Jb = Na but Ja + Ja = No PLL. This is clearly due to inconsistent AUFs.
 
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