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Daily Express (Scottish) Bumper Prize Crossword 26Dec

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Novascotian | 13:28 Mon 28th Dec 2009 | Crosswords
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22 ac None (4). I have n?n?. Last letter could possible be an 'e' as I have 'ane' for 14 dn - Scots one. Also 21 dn Josie's china (7). I have f?a?c?e.
There is definitely a Scottish theme to this puzzle.

Thanks for any help.

Get well soon Lie-in King and a Happy New Year to everybody who has helped me this year.

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21dn is surely Francie (Francie & Josie, very popular comis duo in the 1970s when I lived in Glasgow - china = cockney rhyming slang for mate (plate, china plate).....
13:34 Mon 28th Dec 2009
21dn is surely Francie (Francie & Josie, very popular comis duo in the 1970s when I lived in Glasgow - china = cockney rhyming slang for mate (plate, china plate).....
sorry that should say "comic duo" not comis - typo as I was so pleased to be able to give an answer, more haste less speed!
I am now assured by my Scottish hustand that the answer to 22a is NANE (no ane!)
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Thanks very much Boxtops (and your husband). I would never have got Francie and Josie as have only been living in Scotland for 5 years (and in the Highlands, not Glasgow) and nane is brilliant. I shall now send it off!
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