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Financial Times / 12714 by Cinephile

Posted by C G Rishikesh on March 13th, 2008

C G Rishikesh.

18 Identical copies include most of eye, then point to an island people (9) C(EY{-e})LONES E 

As you know, they are now SRI LANKANS. When a term has changed, should a compiler, while using an old term, give an indication to its disusage?

2 Responses to “Financial Times / 12714 by Cinephile”

  1. Testy says:

    Could you explain why “Praise for the euro do I hear?” gives PAEAN?

    Is it a homophone for something I just can’t hear the way I pronounce it?

    Thanks

  2. C G Rishikesh says:

    Frankly, I didn’t solve this clue and so I am unable to answer the question.

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