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Archive for November 9th, 2007

Last Saturday’s Bannsider puzzle in the Indy

Posted by neildubya on 9th November 2007

neildubya.

I’ve written a blog for this but complete forgot to post it. Check back on Monday morning…

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Guardian 24230/Brendan – literally challenged

Posted by linxit on 9th November 2007

linxit.

I thought I’d made a mistake and printed out the TLS Crossword instead today! At least there were no unfinished quotations, and actually the only answer I wasn’t familiar with was 5dn. Amazing that every single answer belongs to the theme, without anything really obscure required.

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Today’s FT/Bradman – placeholder for discussion

Posted by neildubya on 9th November 2007

neildubya.

As requested, this is an entry to allow people to discuss today’s FT puzzle.

Posted in FT | 7 Comments »

Independent 6573/Phi

Posted by neildubya on 9th November 2007

neildubya.

If it didn’t say “The Friday Crossword by Phi” in the paper, then the completed grid would give you a few clues as to who compiled it! Read the rest of this entry »

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Beelzebub 924/Phi (28-10-07)

Posted by neildubya on 9th November 2007

neildubya.

Apologies for the longer than expected break in blogging these puzzles – normal service should be resumed from now on. Read the rest of this entry »

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Guardian 24,229 – Paul (as late as a ScotRail train!)

Posted by loonapick on 9th November 2007

loonapick.

Sorry for the delay in getting this to you, but at the time I had planned to write this blog, I was sitting in a cold train in snowy Aviemore because the windscreen wiper had broken!  Two hours later, we were eventually bussed to our final destination.

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Guardian 24,229: Paul (not a blog)

Posted by jetdoc on 9th November 2007

jetdoc.

No blog for this yesterday, doubtless due to unforeseen circumstances. This isn’t a blog, but I think Paul’s puzzle deserves a mention.

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