Sunday Times Prize Crossword 4998 Sunday March 13Th 2022

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RocW | 18:44 Mon 14th Mar 2022 | Crosswords
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We've finished the crossword (we think) but can't parse two of the answers:
6d: Overturned soil packs empty ditches (5) D?M?S. It looks like "DUMPS" and I can see where the "D" and the"S" come from but why the middle?
20a:With no place to go, a gin looks awfully inviting (6) ?SI?G. We biffed "ASKING" FOR "INVITING " and can see the anagram of "GIN" but why ASK.
Any enlightenment would be gratefully received.


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6 mud reversed & p(ack)s
20 remove loo (place to go) from ‘a gin looks’ and anagram
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Hi Toorak
Many thanks.
Not only were we barking up the wrong tree, we weren't even in the right forest!

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