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Archive for October 14th, 2010

Financial Times 13,516 – Hamilton

Posted by smiffy on 14th October 2010


Hamilton’s puzzles are growing on me; he seems to be developing more of a personality of his own with each and every appearance.  Stylistically there are a few Libertarian peccadillos, but I get the impression of a far from complacent setter who’s ever-diligent when it comes to burnishing the clue surfaces.

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Independent 7,487 by Tees

Posted by Simon Harris on 14th October 2010

Simon Harris.

I tend to enjoy Tees’ puzzles these days, but I struggled a bit with some of this one, so it’ll be interesting to hear how other folks got on.

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Guardian 25,141 / Araucaria

Posted by Eileen on 14th October 2010


After four days in the wilderness of no internet access -it’s very lonely out there – it’s great to be back in the nick of time to post my scheduled blog – especially since it’s a particularly entertaining Araucaria puzzle.

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Financial Times 13,507 – Falcon

Posted by Uncle Yap on 14th October 2010

Uncle Yap.

Monday Prize Crossword on 4 October 2010
Not the usual week-opening breeze this time since Falcon had a couple of hard-boiled eggs which I could not fully understand without help from my occasional maestro consultant, Dr Ivan Reid.

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Financial Times 13,506 by Cinephile

Posted by Pete Maclean on 14th October 2010

Pete Maclean.

Prize puzzle from the Weekend FT of October 2

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