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Archive for April 4th, 2010

Beelzebub 1,049 (28/03/10)

Posted by Simon Harris on 4th April 2010

Simon Harris.

A very nearly pangrammatic grid this week. No sign of a K, however. I suppose it’s not impossible that I’ve slipped up somewhere, but I’m fairly confident that it isn’t there.

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Everyman No. 3313 (28th March)

Posted by The Trafites on 4th April 2010

The Trafites.

Lorraine:  Sorry everyone have to admit Nick done the crossword for me this week due to distressing news on Saturday, so it is down to Nick to comment.

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Azed 1974: the man from Walsall

Posted by bridgesong on 4th April 2010


After last week’s offering, which Jetdoc found easy, but which defeated me, I found this special very much easier than a normal Azed, doing much of it on the train without the aid of Chambers. For those who haven’t encountered the DLM formula before it may at first seem a daunting prospect, but as ever the generous checking in an Azed grid makes it easy once you get started. I find the key to making a start is to concentrate on the shorter words, where it’s easier to find the anagrams, and as it happens I solved 1 down very soon.

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Genius 81 by Paul

Posted by duncanshiell on 4th April 2010


It’s nearly a year since I blogged a Genius and it clearly hasn’t got any easier.  This one took me an age to get into, but eventually I got a chink of light and began plodding away to completion.

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