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Archive for May 5th, 2011

Financial Times 13,685 / Alberich

Posted by smiffy on 5th May 2011

smiffy.

“A game of two halves” best describes my experience today.  Solved in a generally east-west direction, with the right-hand side providing early target practice while the left-hand side had me resorting more to sporadic and isolated potshots.

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Guardian 25,314 / Shed

Posted by mhl on 5th May 2011

mhl.

A very nice crossword from Shed, with some tough words / general knowledge, but all fairly clued. (I may not be able to make corrections until much later today, so apologies in advance for any mistakes.)

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Independent 7660 by Nimrod

Posted by flashling on 5th May 2011

flashling.

I sit down on the train, open up the paper and what do I find, something to strike terror into the heart of bloggers, well this blogger  – it’s a Nimrod. After 30 minutes on the train I’d got about 7 done, and I feared for a late blog and a long lunch break …

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Financial Times 13,676 / Falcon

Posted by Agentzero on 5th May 2011

Agentzero.

FT Monday Prize Crossword of 25 April 2011

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Financial Times 13,675 by Mudd

Posted by Pete Maclean on 5th May 2011

Pete Maclean.

Prize puzzle from the Weekend FT of April 23

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