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Archive for March 15th, 2007

Independent on Sunday 891 by Quixote – the usual excellent fare

Posted by nmsindy on 15th March 2007


Solved this during a flight, confident that Quixote’s clues would be accessible and fully understood.

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Independent 6368/Nimrod — Think!

Posted by Colin Blackburn on 15th March 2007

Colin Blackburn.

After Tuesday’s breeze, for me, today’s puzzle was a nightmare. I bought the paper late, just couldn’t get into the puzzle and ended up having to cheat (TEA) to finish it with two clues still leaving me puzzled. The one big answer didn’t come to me until quite late on despite having a copy of Michael Nyman’s interpretation of it on my CD shelves.

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Guardian 24,025/Quantum – beaten by one clue

Posted by loonapick on 15th March 2007


Fairly straightforward crossword, with some good clues and one I couldn’t work out (23ac – thanks BenIngton). After the fare served up by Brummie and Paul so far this week, this was less exciting to solve, especially once I had filled in the four easy and long clues going down.

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