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Archive for July 31st, 2007

Independent 6486 by Virgilius – how does he do it?

Posted by nmsindy on 31st July 2007


Another wonderful thematic puzzle from Virgilius.    All the across entries are synonyms, as explained in the last down clue (26 down).

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FT 12,525/Highlander

Posted by smiffy on 31st July 2007


An extremely accessible today, to the extent that it could well be the fastest I’ve ever solved a broadsheet puzzle in my life. Anagram fiends should be pleased, as the letter-scrambling comes thick and fast throughout, especially the latter down clues.

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Guardian 24143: Paul — multiformity

Posted by jetdoc on 31st July 2007


Some very characteristic Paulian clues today — 26ac, 8d and (especially) 23d are the sort we have learnt to expect from him and no-one else! Read the rest of this entry »

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