1D Unemployed South African chap has to integrate (3,2,3). I'm guessing it is "out of use" but how on earth is it parsed? Can anyone help, please?...
9a The fish food container (4) T?A? ('m guessing that it's t' = the & ray = fish giving us TRAY - a food container - but I can't quite convince myself.) Any thoughts?...
last 2.wow! that was tough for me 14a duck without dressing or low fat sauce (6-3)??i?n? dip 35a sunday best to spray from above (3-5) ??? d?e?s thanks in advance...
22 across. Close of business? (4-3,3) D???/E??/?O? Thank you...
24 across. Clue: Go off to search for "perv" (4). I have: ?G?E. I thought OGLE. Help please....
1A: When available, empty cache. O?C? Why is this ONCE? 24A: Go off to search for "perv". ?G?E OGRE or OGLE?...
10 across. A substance one has on entry? (10) ?E???????N 17 across. Without control, came down after turbulence (12)???E???????? 20 across. A monkey's crossing a lake, puzzled (2,1,4) ??/???S 6 down....
Really stuck with these last two 3a Dressed so lavishly? Not in these pants(2,3 5) -o -h-o n-n-s 19d Cross,in gold and plastic,seen in perfect location(6) -a-a-u Many thanks...
My six mile journey into the city centre consisted of six one mile legs, each of which I had driven at a steady speed of a whole number of miles per hour. I did not exceed the 20 miles per hour speed...
Stuck on last three 12ac Got together with international film maker ??L?I?I 7dn Caught out in a little light N?I?E? 1dn Unemployed South African chap has to integrate 3,2,3 O?T ?? ?S? tia...
Dean Mayer gives us several dodgy clues as usual. I'm stuck on 8d Mind pure - not a Romeo (6) S?N?T? Is it SANITY? Or perhaps SONATA Help appreciated.
9a. The fish food container (4) t-a- Is it tray? If so why? Or have I got the 't' wrong? It's the last one and bugging me!
I'm stuck on my last clue and would appreciate some help. 4D - In brief affairs love reigns, then is ruined. (3,8) I thought it was anagram of, 'o-reigns-then' but cannot get it. I have: O-E -I-H-E-S...
Last one 18d save detective losing tale of poet (6) ?a?d?c Thanks yet again...
Help on a couple on this one please 11d many cherries grown here (6.6) ?I?g?n ?o???? 13d bad cut is our fault (11) o?l?t?r???? 22a close of business (4-3,3) ??a? ??? ??? Thanks in advance...
Always seem to be stuck on one. 26a)Just keeping last of powder dry(4) I have ?E?T. I thought there might be an R in there but it doesn't fit. Thanks in advance for any help....
nearl there! what a struggle 27d type of current to gewt rid of in charge dispensing with amps? (8) think it starts A?????i? 31a Brother accepts a certain smear involving finances (8) ?????a?y thankds...
thanks Oldred. acouple more needed guys 16a article about northern english in spring,bingeing (12) 44a dish trimming tool,not quite sharp on the outside (8) thanks again...
struggling today! 23d finished crossing right on track for french river (8) 25d choose mostly affluent society circuits (9) thanks in advance...
1a Tick given to a smart person such as Ruth (7) MO?B?TE (I'm sure it's MOABITE from Ruth in The Bible but can't quite parse it.) (MITE = TICK?) 10a Leader of clan at home, one grasping native sticks....

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can anyone give me a start on this puzzle I can't understand it at all!!
when you only want to buy a pint? If I bought 6 pints of milk from Tesco it would cost £1.48, so I would expect to pay 24/25p for a pint, but no, a pint of milk would cost .49p which is double. I...
Why is "page-boy haircut" the answer to 22 across?...
22a Banker entertains Doctor Swift (6) -I-B-E presume it is nimble but why?...
Hi. Would someone please tell me in which section the concise crossword appears? I can't seem to find it !
http://electoralcalculus.co.uk/homepage.html CON down from 251 seats to 242. LAB up from 316 seats to 321. Very little change for other Parties....
17d...Be quiet during act, missing right beat...OUTSHINE or OUTSHONE and why please ( can't see either word defined in clue ! )
I have finally got used to not working and have found some simple pleasures related to not having to go to work. a) I can keep on top of the daily chores and they get done. My house is clean and tidy...
....to walking stick users...... If you are in a crowded foyer and leaning heavily on your walking stick it's a good idea to keep the stick perpendicular and close to your body ............
I am currently manages a few staff and there is a staff that prays multiple times a day. Each day this individual uses at least over 60 min in total. Other staff had complaint and I am not sure how to...
21d...Power that's this would be friendly...A?L?.....ALLY ? Also 17a...Composer, say, attached to monarch...G?I?G...must be GREIG but I can't see why ? Last one 6d...Couple's sex-appeal upset me...
Hi. this morning I received, in the post, a copy of 'Chambers Complete Crossword Lists'. Presumably this was for a prize crossword or quiz that I had completed. Can anyone enlighten me as to which...
I am gob-smacked! I received the Telegraph pen and crossword companion notebook today for winning no.1145. Not so strange you might say; but I also won No. 1128 in July! I have been completing...
Times Crossword Site I am getting "Invalid status response : 500" when I click on the Sunday Times Cryptic Crossword button. Is anyone else getting this?...
14a and 20d - the ultimate symbol of British monarchy (10 and 6) - no letters sorry
A list of MPs and PEERS , Has been handed to Scotland Yard; regarding the Paedophile cases. wow I bet there are a lot of nervous , MPs and Peers out there at the moment.?...
Report says... Panel members have angrily accused home secretary of ignoring the majority of abuse survivors with latest move, according to Exaro News... http://gu.com/p/44c9t/tw...
Good morning all on this cold, but dry (so far anyway) Sunday morning xx
The answer given was Dewhurst's. Where are all these shops then?. Non in my high street
21d...Power that's this would be friendly...A?L?.....ALLY ? Also 17a...Composer, say, attached to monarch...G?I?G...must be GREIG but I can't see why ? Last one 6d...Couple's sex-appeal upset me...

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