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Chris30703 | 19:59 Mon 31st Dec 2018 | Shopping
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Hundreds go after tea wearing a cape

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T K Max
If that is the name you want.....it's T.K. Maxx...
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Thanks. I was thinking Thornton’s. Cape Horn, tons= hundreds after the letter t. How do you get t k maxx
T (tea) + K (abbrev. of thousand - 10 hundreds) + Maxx (sounds like Mac - a cape)
Sounds like Macs. Should have said capes, imo.
Poor clue agreed.

Grand after a cuppa to the fullest, would be a better one.
Personally I prefer your Thorntons answer
^ It is rather good.
I think Thorntons is better - I don't like cape being a mac.
Thorntons works better for the clue given, agree there.
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Thanks again. I have another “listen up. There is a joint behind a Norfolk town”
Disney

Diss Knee
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Thanks Mamyalynne . Sounds good to me what’s the listen up about please
"sounds like"
I like Thornton's. Tons (hundreds) after Thorn (an old-fashioned version of the letter T).
i'd have said Cape Horn came into it, JD.
I agree. Different parsings but all valid.
thorn was TH (or one of them) rather than T
You are quite correct. Only exists now as far as I know in Icelandic. It used to be written in English with a superscript y and a lower script e meaning the, which is why you see Ye olde in pretentious establishments.
there were separate letters for voiced TH and unvoiced TH. They were called Eth and Ron.

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