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Archive for February 21st, 2013

Financial Times no.14,243 by Falcon

Posted by Ringo on 21st February 2013

Ringo.

Thanks, first off, to Jed for covering my FT shift last week. This was a nice puzzle to come back to: fairly straightforward, but enjoyable and inventive. Thank-you, Falcon.

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Guardian 25,877 – Picaroon

Posted by Andrew on 21st February 2013

Andrew.

A belated and hurried posting, partly due to the Guardian’s failure to publish the puzzle properly on its website (the online version is still not there as I write this), so apologies in advance for any errors or omissions. The key answer at 16d,4d was perhaps a little too easy to guess, but getting it didn’t make the rest of the puzzle a walkover, and there was plenty to tease out – I just wish I’d had a bit more time to savour it. For anyone who’s still looking for the puzzle, the PDF version is here.

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Independent 8223 / Scorpion

Posted by duncanshiell on 21st February 2013

duncanshiell.

This puzzle from Scorpion made me think quite a bit before I solved it all.

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Financial Times 14,234 – Dante

Posted by Sil van den Hoek on 21st February 2013

Sil van den Hoek.

Monday Prize Crossword/Feb 11

A friendly starter of the week (a week ago, that is), one that can be found here. Not much to groan or moan about, although I realise that at another place, nowadays, this crossword might perhaps be dismissed as one not worth paying the price of the newspaper. Well, I guess Dante’s criticasters do not buy the FT anyway. But then, do I? Um …. :)

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Financial Times 14,233 by Mudd

Posted by Pete Maclean on 21st February 2013

Pete Maclean.

Prize puzzle from the Weekend FT of February 9, 2013

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