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Archive for June 14th, 2012

Financial Times no.14,030 by REDSHANK

Posted by Ringo on 14th June 2012


A puzzle of two halves, for me: north side, mostly a breeze; south side, mostly murder. But I got there in the end, and I enjoyed the journey – and I learned a thing or two. Some very inventive stuff (and one or two old chestnuts). Thank-you, Redshank.

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Guardian 25,662 – Chifonie

Posted by Andrew on 14th June 2012


Typically straightforward clueing from Chifonie, with lots of charades and anagrams. The last couple in the bottom right corner held me up at the end because of unhelpful crossing letters, but otherwise it was a quick, though enjoyable, solve.

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Independent 8008 / Morph

Posted by duncanshiell on 14th June 2012


I am not sure if I have blogged a puzzle by Morph before, but I really enjoyed this after a slow start.

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Financial Times Prize Crossword 14,021 by Crux

Posted by flashling on 14th June 2012


Sil’s away with no or limited access to the internet, so you’ve got me again – I doubt he’s gone to watch the football somehow, so I return with a Crux crossword, FT Monday crosswords seem to be somewhat easy despite being prize crosswords and this was no exception.

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Financial Times 14,020 by Mudd

Posted by Pete Maclean on 14th June 2012

Pete Maclean.

Prize puzzle from the Weekend FT of June 2, 2012

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