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Archive for September 5th, 2007


Posted by Colin Blackburn on 5th September 2007

Colin Blackburn.

It’s good to see that even the crazy anarcho-punk-folk ensemble Chumbawamba like to turn to a decent cryptic puzzle in between demos and gigs…

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Independent 6517/Dac – About a boy

Posted by neildubya on 5th September 2007


I don’t think this was as tough as some recent Dac puzzles but I have a feeling that 9A will trip some people up… Read the rest of this entry »

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Guardian 24,174, Araucaria: Disraeli Gears

Posted by michod on 5th September 2007


Despite some complex wordplay, I found this less difficult than the average Araucaria (a relief after yesterday’s Pasquale, where I failed on four clues). The theme is the 19th century Tory PM Disraeli, so those not familiar with his literary output (OK, the names of his books) may have had problems. My reference above to the Cream album is gratuitous, but I’d be interested if anyone knows why they called it that.

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