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A stunning piece of setting, especially if Android is indeed a new setter. Perhaps not especially difficult to get the initial grid fill, but a great achievement to then enable it to produce all real...
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Eventually got this completed, at times by plodding rather than by managing a logical sequence of solving. It's a pity something doesn't emerge in the final grid to convince you that it is filled...
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A clever idea with plenty of thematic material in the grid (once you knew what the theme was.) Some easy clues got me started but then things slowed a bit with one or two fairly obscure definitions...
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A light hearted puzzle from Merlin with an end game guaranteed to bring a smile to your face. Generally fun clues, not too difficult, tho' clashes at times made things harder. Thanks, Merlin.
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A comparatively easy grid-fill this week though events have rather overtaken the relevance at the moment. It does take a bit of inspiration to figure out the precise nature of the event and either...
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Taken me a good few hours, but with instructions still to stay at home and a howling gale outside, not a bad way to pass the time. No need for spreadsheets, and not too much need for calculators...
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Title and setter's name (coincidental?) gave big clues to the subject matter, and plenty of thematic material incorporated in resolving the clashes. Interesting clue gimmick especially in the down...
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A good challenge from one of the most experienced and prolific setters. Some quite simple clues but plenty of others to keep you on your toes, especially with the alterations going on. Thnks Phi...
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Striving definitely described what it took to solve this, and probably even more the amount of effort it must have taken Twin to construct it. While I was aware of the thematic subject, it was not by...
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Thanks to Miles, another setter new to the Listener? The grid-fill was mostly straightforward, but there were some clever and imaginative clues. I have the theme, though I still haven't quite...
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A fine final Listener from one of the master setters. He will be missed. Perhaps not his most difficult, but I should have realised the theme more quickly. Some well concealed misprints meant I did...
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Neatly constructed puzzle with plenty of guidance built in to get you to the theme, and find the features to be highlighted, although one of them is not too easy to find in Chambers. A lot easier than...
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Well, it took a long time for the penny to drop, not helped by a wrong entry. A neat treatment of the theme, with some tricky wordplay, including the one I got wrong and still haven't figured out...
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I'm not finding a thread, or having much success with the search box either. From having filled the grid, it has taken me hours to figure out how to actually interpret it, but I have at last got the...
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Thanks to Ifor for reminding us of a controversy from a few years back. I don't think too much of a problem should arise here. It could not have been easy to find words to match the requirements of...
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Finished this eventually last night, complete with Maxim and Item, but i have had to sleep on it to convince myself that what I have satisfies the preamble. Perhaps I should have had a drink before I...
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Not a difficult grid fill and I had a good idea what I was looking for but it did take a little while to understand what exactly the four groups of omitted letters was about. Thanks to Nudd....
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A very clever construction form Artix. Grid fill not too difficult, but making sense of the scissor work took a little bit of thought. Other than being aware of the title, I was not familiar with the...
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In ordinary match play golf (not Ryder cup or the like) if one player is 3 up after the 16th, then that player wins 3&2, but would they finish the round anyway, or just walk off the course?...
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Can't find an earlier post. Quite a challenge from Wan with some tricky wordplays and misprints/extra letters. Highlighting not too difficult if you have an idea where to look. Thanks to Wan...

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