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Azed 1932 – clue correction

Posted by petebiddlecombe on June 7th, 2009

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If you’re finding the bottom half harder than it should be …

It’s been announced elsewhere that in the printed paper, the clues to 23D and 24D were swapped. In case the online version has been or will be corrected, 23D should start “Roast bananas …” and 24D should start “Pick stuff …”.

6 Responses to “Azed 1932 – clue correction”

  1. Jake says:

    thanks peter.

    the good old guardian…………..

  2. bridgesong says:

    Peter

    Yes, as I’ll be blogging this puzzle next Sunday, I’m very grateful for the correction. I think I would have got there eventually, (I had just begun to wonder why almost the only possible solution for 23 down was the one I had originally put in for 24 down) but the penny hadn’t quite dropped. And I thought I was safe working from the pdf!

  3. sidey says:

    Rats! I only worked that out two minutes ago!

  4. liz says:

    Thanks, Peter. Got 23dn now. Only three-quarters of the puzzle remaining to do…

  5. David Mansell says:

    Thanks for that : I’ve now put letters in the last two unfilled lights!

  6. Mark says:

    Thanks. Thought I’d take a look here as it seemed impossible – no wonder it took me ages…

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