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Archive for October 30th, 2012

Independent 8126 / Radian

Posted by Bertandjoyce on 30th October 2012


We found this a really enjoyable, and not too difficult, Tuesday puzzle, with a ‘hidden’ theme that really only revealed itself as we followed up the connection between 20A/18A and 2D/7A.

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Financial Times 14148 Gurney

Posted by scchua on 30th October 2012


An easy-going FT Tuesday, abound with anagrams and reversals – a warm-up for the more difficult ones later in the week?  Thanks to Gurney.  A pity there wasn’t a theme built around 17across.  Definitions are underlined in the clues.  [[The pictures at the bottom have unidentified links with the puzzle.]]

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Guardian 25,780 – Chifonie

Posted by Uncle Yap on 30th October 2012

Uncle Yap.

I always lament the last Sunday of October, which brings back melancholic memories of my first winter in Brrrritain. Now, in my hot humid tropical paradise, I bemoan the waste of an hour every morning as the UK reverts to GMT and I get my daily fix one hour later. Wasn’t there some kind of movement to permanently stick to BST the whole year round?

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