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Archive for February 1st, 2012

Financial Times 13,916 by Cinephile

Posted by PeeDee on 1st February 2012

PeeDee.

An enjoyable puzzle, mostly straightforward but with a few tricky clues thrown in to the mix.

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Guardian 25,547 – Chifonie

Posted by Andrew on 1st February 2012

Andrew.

I found this a little harder than usual for Chifonie, and with more variety of clue types. Still pretty straightforward, but soundly clued and very enjoyable in its way. (Somehow I had managed to disable comments on this post – sorry to all who have been frustrated!)

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Independent 7893 / Dac

Posted by duncanshiell on 1st February 2012

duncanshiell.

This was a good crossword with no gimmicks, no pangrams and no theme that I could see.

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Inquisitor 1213: 20/20 by Ferret

Posted by duncanshiell on 1st February 2012

duncanshiell.

The preamble stated "the grid exhibits 90 degrees symmetry.  Clues are in conventional order.  One letter must be omitted from each answer before entry in the grid; definitions and letter-counts refer to the full answers, wordplay to the grid entry.  Additionally, what you see in the final grid is what you get from the omitted letters."

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