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Archive for April 25th, 2013

Guardian 25,931 / Paul

Posted by Eileen on 25th April 2013


I think this is one of the easiest Paul puzzles I’ve solved – but no less enjoyable for that –  and, after yesterday, that’s perhaps a bit of a relief. Clues such as 20ac, 22ac, 25ac, 4dn, 18dn – and also 8,24ac –  give strong hints as to the authorship and provide a few smiles / sniggers. There are, as always, some inventive anagram and insertion indicators, ingenious constructions and witty surfaces. Many thanks, Paul!

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Financial Times no.14,296 by Dogberry

Posted by Ringo on 25th April 2013


I’m seldom at my best when I have to call on my scanty reserves of French to complete a crossword, and Dogberry made me do it not once but twice this morning. Still, I muddled through, and in the end I found this very enjoyable, with a handful of lovely charades and Russian dolls and, at 26dn, even a spot of smut to round things off. Thanks, Dogberry.

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Independent 8,277 / Crosophile

Posted by RatkojaRiku on 25th April 2013


I did a double-take when I spotted that Crosophile had set today’s puzzle, since I have previously seen his (?) work on Wednesdays only.

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Financial Times 14,287 – Dante

Posted by Sil van den Hoek on 25th April 2013

Sil van den Hoek.

Monday Prize Crossword/April 15

Nothing too tricky in this typical Dante crossword.

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Financial Times 14,286 by Cincinnus

Posted by Pete Maclean on 25th April 2013

Pete Maclean.

Prize puzzle from the Weekend FT of April 13, 2013

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