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Archive for September 1st, 2011

Financial Times No. 13,787 by ALBERICH

Posted by Ringo on 1st September 2011


Apologies for the lateness this morning. I’m logging in from the north-east outpost of scenic Whitley Bay, which is good for purveyors of ice-cream and coffee but less good  for purveyors of the FT.

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Independent 7762/Klingsor

Posted by John on 1st September 2011


The usual (although he is a fairly new contributor) good crossword from Klingsor. There is a nice range of clue-types and some of them are very clever.

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Guardian 25,416 / Tramp

Posted by duncanshiell on 1st September 2011


Tramp is a recent and welcome addition to the Guardian crossword stable.  His puzzles make you think.  His cluing tends to the complex construction that I prefer, but I also think there are a varied selection of clue types here that should suit everybody’s taste at some point.

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Financial Times 13,778 – Crux

Posted by Sil van den Hoek on 1st September 2011

Sil van den Hoek.

Monday Prize Crossword/Aug 22

After two consecutive Dantes we were likely to have a Crux this time. I know (therefore admit) that I was a bit critical about his recent offerings, but here he was certainly on form.

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Financial Times 13,777 by Cinephile (the John Steinbeck puzzle)

Posted by Pete Maclean on 1st September 2011

Pete Maclean.

Prize puzzle from the Weekend FT of August 20

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