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Archive for October 4th, 2012

Financial Times no.14,126 by PETO

Posted by Ringo on 4th October 2012


A soggy pink ‘un – thanks to the newsagent’s unmopped floor – and varied and enjoyable, if not particularly difficult, puzzle from Peto. I don’t know if I’ve blogged this setter before (or, indeed, if he/she has set for the FT before), but, in any case, an excellent way to start the day. And the sun’s out. Lovely.

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Independent 8104 / Klingsor

Posted by duncanshiell on 4th October 2012


This was an interesting puzzle from Klingsor – well worthy of a Thursday Independent slot.

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Guardian 25,758 – Orlando

Posted by Andrew on 4th October 2012


The usual high-quality stuff from Orlando. Nothing particularly hard, but there are several definitions that are nicely tucked away in smooth surface readings.

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Financial Times 14,117 – Falcon

Posted by Sil van den Hoek on 4th October 2012

Sil van den Hoek.

Monday Prize Crossword/Sep 24

Not C- or D-day this time, but an elegantly clued crossword by Falcon which can be found  here. Very enjoyable, but also very easy. There are people visiting this site who think these two cannot go together. I am not one of them.

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Financial Times 14,116 by Mudd

Posted by Pete Maclean on 4th October 2012

Pete Maclean.

Prize puzzle from the Weekend FT of September 22, 2012

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