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Stuck on the almost the whole top half of today's across clues as follows 1 Anchor by source of current on river (8) 5 Female luvvie getting part (6) 9 Control journalists on booze (8) 10 - ferric 11...
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8down: Is there a "village near Okehampton in Devon" called Longworthy or Langworthy; this would fit the letters from the across answers, but I can't find it on the map.
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22a Adjutant stork of India (6) - * R * A * A
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Answer to 5a would be appreciated please. Short name for a disease-transmitting insect (6) * O * Z * E (Orly,Zucchetto,Estonian)
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14d space between bed and a wall (6) R*E*L*
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Beats me why George Alagiah has been awarded an OBE. He reads the TV news and flaps his hands about . Parky deserves his knighthood though.
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22 across - Devious controller leaving work on Sunday (8) Please explain why the answer is SVENGALI - I understand the "devious controller", but am puzzled by "leaving work on Sunday "
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A16 Beetle with a lengthy narrow body (9) ??????O?N 21 Archaic word meaning clothing or robing (7) 24 Variety of apple brought from Normandy (7) 25 Act of casting off skin (7) E?D???? 26 Gadget used...
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I'd just like to share my esteem for two ingenious and humorous anagram clues from today's Telegraph: - 3down - Real thin with a cute bust (9) 5down - Cooking novice once fed on this? (11,4) THIN A...
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20a - Worn-out horse endlessly tired (4) * A * E Mare fits "horse" but why ?
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14a In psychology, a task set as an experiment (7) a ? f ? a b e
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21a Family left, mistaking poor mark. Can you explain please why the answer is STIGMA
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Since the transfer of the Shareview business from LloydsTSB to Equiniti on Oct 1st, I have been unable to access my portfolio on Shareview. http://www.shareview.co.uk/Pages/default.aspx Are others...
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Could anyone please explain the following 3 answers, clues have been copied from the ONLINE version of the crossword:- 20a Affluent area represented at heart by losers? (4,8) HOME COUNTIES 31A Request...
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10a Small piece of shiny material (7) * P * * * L * 2d Stretch of turbulent water in the sea (7) RIPTIDE ? 3D South American plant with very large leaves (7) G * * * E * A
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Could one of you please explain 21d "J is for jacket" (6) . REEFER fits (= jacket) but why "J is for" cRessida, rEd Admiral, wEight. Would prefer 9a to be (1,5) rather than (6) for O'Casey
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Stuck on two 30A A copper kitchen gadget (6) P * E * * * 22D Next day the bee is buzzing round (6) * E * I * *
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Apart from receiving one's tickets by post for an additional charge, is there an alternative when no fast-ticket station is shown as your start point. Presumably you must have a ticket when you set...
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10across Informal word for a contemptible person (5) s * * * t S H * T is obviously not the answer, though it sure fits the meaning !
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Answers will be shown tomorrow, but I am impatient - and stuck. 20a A strain for Victorians? (8,7) *****ING *A***** 28a Unconstrained, ingratiating Greek banished (4) **** 18d A little Frenchman...

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