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Archive for November 25th, 2010

Guardian 25,177 / Paul

Posted by Eileen on 25th November 2010

Eileen.

I’m a late substitute today, so apologies for any errors or omissions. I had plenty of smiles – and some outright laughs – with this entertaining Paul puzzle. There’s just one query – my second suspected ‘misprint’ of the week!

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Independent 7523 by Nimrod

Posted by flashling on 25th November 2010

flashling.

One equals zero? With Nimrod it does. An Ashes inspired crossword, our boys haven’t had the start we might have hoped for alas. There’s a lot of wishful thinking of ducks for the Aussie side around the grid, naturally clued as one. It is a Nimrod however, so there’s some I can’t work out.

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Financial Times 13,552 / Mudd

Posted by Gaufrid on 25th November 2010

Gaufrid.

I’m rather pleased that smiffy asked me to swap days with him this week due to his Thanksgiving celebrations as I ended up with this most enjoyable puzzle from Mudd. Probably towards the harder end of the FT spectrum, so it may not suit some solvers, but there were some good, and at times misleading, surfaces and interesting definitions.

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Beelzebub 1,082 (14/11/10)

Posted by Simon Harris on 25th November 2010

Simon Harris.

A tough week, I think. At least, I had to rely heavily on Chambers while both solving and blogging. 3dn evades my explanation for the time being.

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Financial Times 13,543 – Crux

Posted by Uncle Yap on 25th November 2010

Uncle Yap.

Monday Prize Crossword on 15 November 2010
Another easy start to the week

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Financial Times 13,452 by Cincinnus

Posted by Pete Maclean on 25th November 2010

Pete Maclean.

Prize puzzle from the Weekend FT of November 13

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