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Archive for August 18th, 2012

Independent 8,058 by Tyrus (Saturday Prize Puzzle, 11/08/12)

Posted by Simon Harris on 18th August 2012

Simon Harris.

Having agreed to swap blogging slots, one often wonders what one has let oneself in for, and I must admit there was an “oh crikey” moment when I discovered I’d drawn Tyrus again. The memory of our last meeting remains vivid.

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Enigmatic Variations 1030 Swimming Aid by Rustic

Posted by twencelas on 18th August 2012


So a short preamble – all entries are affected by A SWIMMING AID, leaving non-words predominantly.

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Guardian 25,712 / Bonxie

Posted by mhl on 18th August 2012


We found this a difficult prize puzzle – it’s themed around the words “course” and “set”, both of which have many synonyms. (I seem to remember reading once that “set” is the word in the OED with the largest number of different definitions.)

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