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Archive for June 26th, 2007

Independent 6456/Virgilius

Posted by Colin Blackburn on 26th June 2007

Colin Blackburn.

A fairly easy Virgilius today with no obvious theme other than the inter-linking of a couple of the long entries. Though someone will now tell me that a knight’s move sequence reveals something important!

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Financial Times 12494/Crux – Not quite an 1A 27A.

Posted by neildubya on 26th June 2007


Another FT, another new name for me. I really enjoyed this one – lots of excellent clues and just the right amount of difficulty. Read the rest of this entry »

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Guardian 24113/Paul – are you a salopette?

Posted by ilancaron on 26th June 2007


Felt a bit Araucarian today – surfaces sacrificed at the altar of clever wordplay. I had to look up SALOPETTE – which I think is contrived (derived from SALOP which I recognized as being Shrewsbury-related).

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