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Archive for December 31st, 2012

Inquisitor puzzles – 2012 favourites

Posted by HolyGhost on 31st December 2012

HolyGhost.

Having aggregated the “votes” for the most favoured Inquisitor puzzles of 2012, I can now reveal the outcome:
 
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Guardian 25,832 / Crucible

Posted by Eileen on 31st December 2012

Eileen.

Manehi has had travel problems today, so I’m a late substitute

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Independent 8178 by Alchemi

Posted by flashling on 31st December 2012

flashling.

So it’s my privilege to wrap up 2012 with Indy new boy Alchemi on yet another wild and wet morning to end the year.

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Indy review of 2012 (including comparison of days of week)

Posted by nmsindy on 31st December 2012

nmsindy.

As in previous years, I’m giving my solving times for the Indy crossword for 2012 showing the average for each setter.    Also for the first time this year, analysis is given of each day of the week.

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Guardian Quiptic N° 685 by Arachne

Posted by PeterO on 31st December 2012

PeterO.

It is always a pleasure to see Arachne’s name on a crossword that I have to blog.

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The Inquisitor Puzzles 2012 – A Review by Nimrod

Posted by Admin on 31st December 2012

Admin.

2012 was, I hope you’ll agree, a great year for the Inquisitor Crossword. As we roll on into another year and with plenty more excellent puzzles already in production, I hope you won’t mind my recording thanks to all the brilliantly inventive setters involved, from the “old hands” like Schadenfreude, Lato and Kruger, to the “new kids on the block” like Shark, Jambazi and Gila; as well as bloggers, commenters, editors and my invaluable solving team.

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