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stevenj | 20:52 Sun 29th Sep 2019 | Crosswords
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wow. What a weird one!
I have finished (at least I have filled in all the squares. I am so unsure of the reasoning for some answers that I shouldn't be in the least surprised if someone tells me I'm wrong.let me give a few examples
19 ac Running dodgy affair within walls prison evacuating agent. it must nee "liquid paraffin" and that meets the definition. But the rest? beats me41 ac pack up position respecting request to see back
With my other laters I have "put a stop to. which again meets the definition. Explanation please?
8 d Chance participant in an anglo- French engagement. Again using other letters I can make "unintended" which is Chance but the rest

As always help is gratefully accepted
steven

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19 Liquid (running) + anafg Affair in p(riso)n
un= one, one intended is the one you are engaged to?
Un (an, French) intended (participant in an engagement)
41 Put as to PTO
May I add one steven?
42d Early 17th century Frenchman astride a horse. (8)
Ans is Napoleon and I can't work it out.
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Amazing! But I still don't get the last one Mamyalynne. I can see that you have created words from the answer but I don't quite get it
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Ah- missed that one hidden in there, but wouldn't have got it anyway
Un - a ) French - intended- fiancé(e)
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I don't have Napoleon. I have Jacobean. is that not correct`/
Position - Put
Respecting - as to
Request to see back - PTO
Jean astride a COB (male young horse?) looks good
Jacobean - is right - 'Jean' (Frenchman, astride) 'a cob' (horse)
It's easier to read if you put each clue on a line of its own, rather than in a paragraph.
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Sorry cashier that was addressed to you. I thought Jean around cob giving Jacobean
steven
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And thank you all for your patience and help. As always you are great
steven
Thanks everyone for putting me right.

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