gk crossword, telegraph

13d of the wind, to change direction around the points of a compass. (4) v?e? Is this possibly just veer?
32d Constellation in the southern sky bordered by pavo and grus. (5) i?d?s

thanks in advance
17:51 Sat 03rd Jul 2010
 
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