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Archive for August 26th, 2010

Financial Times 13,474 / Mudd

Posted by smiffy on 26th August 2010

smiffy.

Please excuse the later than usual post; a plumbing emergency kiboshed my morning routine.  But now that an 18A has been successfully issued and implemented on the pipe in question, I got to belatedly enjoy one of Mudd’s rare weekday outings.

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Independent 7445 by Anax

Posted by flashling on 26th August 2010

flashling.

My heart sank a bit when it was confirmed that it was Anax today after last Saturday’s offering. This is nowhere near that hard.

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Guardian 25,099 / Gordius

Posted by mhl on 26th August 2010

mhl.

I’m afraid this a very rushed post for me today, and I haven’t figured out how 10a and 11a work – I’m sure the comments will clear those up, though…

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Financial Times 13,465 – Dante

Posted by Uncle Yap on 26th August 2010

Uncle Yap.

Monday Prize Crossword on 16 August 2010
Once again, Mr Smoothie is back to entertain us with his slick surfaces and glib clues.

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Financial Times 13,464 by Cincinnus

Posted by Pete Maclean on 26th August 2010

Pete Maclean.

Prize puzzle from the Weekend FT of August 14
A fine Cincinnus this time with great anagrams in 24A (SVENGALI) and 5D (NOW THERE’S A THING), a dazzling cryptic definition in 13D (GOOD IN PARTS), and some good double definitions. I also like 10A (WELL-NIGH).

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