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Archive for September 6th, 2012

Financial Times 14,092 by Mudd

Posted by Pete Maclean on 6th September 2012

Pete Maclean.

Prize puzzle from the Weekend FT of August 25, 2012

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Financial Times no.14,012 by ORENSE

Posted by Ringo on 6th September 2012

Ringo.

A  lovely sunny autumn morning here in Yorkshire and a trouble-free puzzle from Orense to accompany my coffee. Nothing to frighten the horses, but a salutary lesson at 24ac. in double-checking an anagram before inking the solution into the grid…

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Independent 8080 / Monk

Posted by duncanshiell on 6th September 2012

duncanshiell.

Monk has given us a puzzle today where the clues mostly generate words that are in everyday use, or are words that we have come across before.  One or two of them perhaps, we have only come across in crosswords in recent years, but none of them are too obscure given the clueing.

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Guardian 25,734 – Paul

Posted by Andrew on 6th September 2012

Andrew.

I was pleased to see Paul’s name, as I always enjoy his puzzles. However the theme is not one of my strong points so I needed a bit of help…

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Financial Times 14,093 – Dante

Posted by Sil van den Hoek on 6th September 2012

Sil van den Hoek.

Monday Prize Crossword/Aug 27

It’s Monday, it’s D-Day again. Giving us one those Dante crosswords that are heavily leaning on cryptic and double definitions (or a combination of the two).  Surfaces were good as ever, but devices too limited (to my taste).

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