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Archive for May 8th, 2012

Financial Times 13998 Peto

Posted by scchua on 8th May 2012


This is Peto’s second FT puzzle.  The first was also blogged by me, and this is in the same calibre, a not difficult, enjoyable start to the week.  Thanks Peto.  Having said that, I do have a few little niggles here and there about the indicators used.  Definitions are underlined in the clues.  Each picture at the bottom has an unidentified link to the crossword, including one setter’s device.  Though most of them are 13As, that is not the link.

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Guardian Genius 106 / Paul

Posted by Gaufrid on 8th May 2012


I have been unable to contact the scheduled blogger to find out why a blog for this puzzle hasn’t been posted so here is an analysis of the clues (I can’t remember the solving process, it was over a month ago!).

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Independent 7,976 / Anax

Posted by RatkojaRiku on 8th May 2012


You can never be sure whose puzzle you’ll get as the Tuesday blogger, and I knew I was in for a challenge, and a lot of fun, when I saw it was Anax today.

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Guardian 25630 – Gordius

Posted by Uncle Yap on 8th May 2012

Uncle Yap.

Quite a stroll in the park for me with nothing seriously amiss nor spectacular. Neat and concise clueing style adopted today with great economy of words with most clues, short, simple and sweet. A good morning’s ramble.

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