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Archive for March 4th, 2008

Guardian 24,327/Paul – slip of the tongue

Posted by manehi on 4th March 2008


A few surprisingly easy clues from Paul (9a, 19a and 26a especially, all omitted below) started me off on an otherwise enjoyable puzzle with some excellent surface readings.

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Independent 6671/Virgilius

Posted by John on 4th March 2008


Nice to have Virgilius back again. But where’s the Nina? I hope his cutting back isn’t extending to the clever things he does with the grids, and that it’s simply that I can’t see it. Read the rest of this entry »

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Financial Times / 12707 by Armonie

Posted by C G Rishikesh on 4th March 2008

C G Rishikesh.

Not a difficult puzzle. Some familiar clues (14ac, 19ac, 21dn) provide the starters. First I finished the lower half;  in the top half, the left quadrant was the last to be completed.

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