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Could some kind person please give me the four Herculis linkwords from the Giant GK Crossword in the Daily Telegraph of Saturday December 19th.
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Could anyone please give the passwords on Saturday's Daily Telegraph (Saturday Sept. 26th) that go with yesterday's Herculis crossword.?...
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Could anyone please give the passwords on yesterday's Daily Telegraph (Saturday Sept. 5th) that go with tomorrow's Monday Herculis crossword.? I didn't receive my copy owing to some "issues" at some...
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A few years ago I took a pleasure cruise on the river Nile through the capital Cairo. In this surprisingly beautiful city from the river we steamed though the heart of it past magnificent old...
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I've been asked this: "True or false - There is a cashpoint on every street in Leicester." Maybe cryptic or other. Anyone any ideas....
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A lady of means has told me that she gained the nickname "camel" when a young girl at boarding school and has challenged me to attempt to work just why she should have become so known. I realise this...
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I have just finished reading "The Further Adventures of Sherlock Holmes", a collection of short story pastiches collected and introduced by Richard Lancelyn Green and published by Penguin in 1985. In...
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I am experiencing a most irritable symptom on my television recordings. When I record a programme, especially sports and snooker is the worst culprit it often occurs that although setting for the...
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Is the phrase "a whim of the moment" a valid remark or is it tautology? Please advise....
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Can anyone give a word that describes a person who takes delight in not knowing something that most people would know. e.g. First person, "I hear Elvis Presley has died". Second person, "Never heard...
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Help please with the Herculis link phrases this week: I have Brown sauce, Gooseberry and cream cheese but is the fourth one Blue China or China blue?...
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Could some kind person five me the link words from Saturday's Telegraph.(I had them but the CO chucked them out!).
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Can anyone help me with the Herculis link words? There seems to be permutations I can't figure out. I keep finishing up with "wood" and "notes" and despite my searches I can't seem to link them to...
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Is it protocol when laying a memorial wreath at a grave, say at Christmas, to include a written note with a family message or is it frowned upon as rather non-U? I wish to place a wreath at my uncle's...
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Morning all, can anyone help me find old-fashioned "Regency" type Christmas cards with typically an old English Inn scene with young Bucks just back from the hunt with wet dogs, tankards of ale, a...
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Who is picture E dt £500 29/6/2019...
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Where can I buy old-fashioned hard, brittle butterscotch? I used to be able to obtain it in breakaway slabs and Parkinson's of Doncaster, the sweet people, used to make it individually wrapped and...
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Can anyone give me the name of the William book and/or the title of the story where William pretends there's a curse on a patch of burnt grass and after successfully enticing his arch enemy Hubert...
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Could some kind person give me the answer to picture E please.
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The answers are "Way to Travel", Q. O.K. on the park, but not on the high street. (7,3). Q. Once a Roman war machine, then it caught fire (7)....

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