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WEEK. Whether you've loved the book or not, if you give your honest and detailed thoughts then people will find new books that are right for them. Thanks Rufus. I had a lovely time on Saturday at The Bridge in Little Venice. So sorry – I forgot to express my gratitude. and Oh dear, and it’s still only Monday . Absolutely great to put such pleasant faces to the names. 13d was sheer bliss although the same could be said of 3d. That’s a wonderful achievement! Thank you to the Monday setter and to Miffypops. Great to have the pictures with labels so I can now put names to the ‘faces’ I did not have the pleasure the meet in person… Many thanks to Bid Dave for starting this blog which has given so many of us help and confidence! 8d despite all the checking letters and 26d as I had Straight On for 27a. What I really hope happened is that two hearses met in a lay by on the A14 and the body was passed from one to the other. I thought so to but forgot to do anything about it. I didn’t forget the underling. Two. UPSHOT: Anagram (devastated) of SOUTH POLE minus (is leaving) LEO, 25d    The language of Somerset (4) Well done to your brother Paul for the amazing gift that he gave. Nice rugby shirt by the way. Thanks to Rufus and MP for the usual entertaining review. Great venue, great food, great company and last but certainly not least – great blog! I’m so cross that I didn’t discuss the skype scenario off blog with the techies, you were both very much mentioned in despatches. See more. Never mind.). He won’t catch you out in a silly position,, . We agree with Miffypops that 13d was a great clue & found it only with a couple of checking letters. That’s my excuse for really screwing up today’s crossword. A nice start to the week for me. I started doing the Telegraph crossword 35 years ago and came back to it recently from the Guardian. (Almost tempted to delete that one, it’s so bad. I like the one about the fourball playing in Cancun, Mexico. One for corporate, one for ladies day. MOON: This celestial body was walked upon by Neil Armstrong on 20 July 1969. Comments like yours make me happy. Now he happened to be next to an airfield when he sliced the most stunning shot over the fence. Not clever enough or with it enough at the moment for that thought to have occurred to me. I thought 13d was great and also enjoyed 16a, 26d and 29a. Now back to buying dresses for York races. Or I might promote them to ‘work’ ones. The stress pattern of a word is the way all the syllables are stressed in it. I’ll leave now before I get some rotten tomatoes thrown at me. Perhaps it would have been better if ‘devastated’ had been placed before ‘South Pole’ in the clue? Monday morning fun. I’d planned to save my slice for Mr P. but didn’t manage to keep my resolve!) A third definition might describe Big Dave and his toleration of the rubbish I write, 11a    Tearaway’s con trick (3-3) Sorry I didn’t get to what sounds like a great party on Saturday and even more sorry to learn that I missed out on your puzzle and macaroons! Oh dear, that was over all too soon but it was fun while it lasted. RIP-OFF: A cryptic definition of a fraud or swindle especially something overpriced as indicated by splitting the first word of the clue 4,4 (ignoring the S), 12a    Scottish man going it alone; was he wise? Search for clues, synonyms, words, anagrams or if you already have some letters enter the letters here using a question mark or full-stop in place of any you don't know (e.g. anyone ! 29a is very topical given the recent moving anniversary coverage. Not once. This clue does not float my boat. Thought 17a was a rather poor clue, though, more than made up for in 10 & 12a and 13d. The hints and tips below are here to help and guide you. I started doing the Telegraph crossword 35 years ago and came back to it recently from the Guardian. I thought one was enough, but then everyone’s mind works differently. She did her training at the RVI and General and approached the whole thing with her usual understanding and intelligence. You all knew that didn’t you? NACRE: Mother of pearl. I really couldn’t believe that I had the right answer for 21a. I agree. I am sure there are two twitchers out there, if you are not one of them then i meant the other. However on checking my BRB, it says “vt to wander over or through; vi to wander about; to ramble; to change about inconstantly; to troll with live bait”, so I think the answer is OK as a synonym for “knock about”. See you then! Well done Mycall. While that is indeed correct, in the clue construction the alone bit is actually an adjective. I remember some years ago pitching up in Derby, nervous…. The morning’s excercise is walking to the Post Office for a paper. Sen kautta voit tavoittaa satoja miljoonia ihmisiä eri puolilta maailmaa. As MP says – a mix of good, bad and I would probably add to that – indifferent. Enter the answer length or the answer pattern to get better results. This was 2*/4* for me for another good fun Monday puzzle. Minor hiccups mainly because I had to break off to check bank account after OH queried my sums (cheek) and took a while to get back into it. ROVE: Our first full anagram of the day has only four letters which are OVER. RIDE THE ARKANSAS TIMES BUS TO. Create a cognitive pairs or matching exercise. If your word has any anagrams, they'll be listed too along with a definition for the word if we have one. sorry – feeling a bit bloody minded this evening. Basic Spanish Crossword Puzzle For Students 6th - 8th. We hesitated over 21a because of the word being in the clue. Good fun and for some reason I found this quite straightforward. Answers for united-nations-day-month crossword clue. We went to a memorial service for the families of those who had donated their bodies. The Crossword Solver finds answers to American-style crosswords, British-style crosswords, general knowledge crosswords and cryptic crossword puzzles. And I insist you bring more macaroons, wow. . The human eye is very receptive to differences in "brightness within a text body". . LIQUEUR: Our first two letters are the Roman numerals for 51. The answer is also a minor planet which lies in the asteroid belt between Mars and Jupiter both of which are visible and spectacular in the night sky at the moment and almost perfectly diametrically opposed. By the way, MP – the ‘bands’ put on birds are referred to as ‘rings’ and the folk who do the job are ‘ringers’. And am with the vast majority in loving 13d. If you do not agree, you can click "Manage" below to review your options. Another term for etching. I found the Guardian crossword often impossible and far too clever for me. And I did. Manyhnaks to the setter and to Miffypops for the review. I really will have to try harder to be there for the next one. I think the clue and the surface reading are fine without them. ed/u/ca/tion In the classroom We've arranged the synonyms in length order so that they are easier to find. Department will give another name for a synthetic crystalline compound, lysergic acid diethylamide, which is a powerful hallucinogenic drug. Better late than never! They are indicated by the words badly delivered and the definition is knock about. Sorry to have missed Miffypops at the gathering as we arrived minutes after his departure. 2d (armstrong).. didn’t really do it for me. SATURDAY, APRIL 6, 2013. The day before a religious festival such as Christmas and the Beginning (start) letter of the word N(ew). I’m going to now counsel my pencils. Many thanks to the setter, and to Miffypops for the review. Welcome from me too. Quite unusual to get a high scoring draw in egg chasing MP I would have thought ? Good fun – I was glad to see the explanation for 23d, I completely missed the anagram and was even more confused by the ‘Leo’ reference – thanks for that! Today is a special day! My favourite was 13d. them a clue and they have to race against petrol station. The most common methods in Western typography fall under the general technique of emphasis through a change or modification of font: italics, boldface and small caps.Other methods include the alteration of LETTER CASE and s p a c i n g as well as color and *additional graphic marks*. Too many goodies to pick favourite so big thanks to setter and MP. 2d didn’t appeal either. E-hugs. Perhaps if clue had read “on the level or neat without ice” you would not have had that initial problem! I weep. O represents a score in Tennis. We've listed any clues from our database that match your search. Indeed you do! Hmm, dunno. Enter a word (or two) above and you'll get back a bunch of portmanteaux created by jamming together words that are conceptually related to your inputs.. For example, enter "giraffe" and you'll get … Advertising ensures that the site free to use. But now it’s back to business and in today’s crossword there were two clues that I didn’t manage to solve: Onwards and upwards! Corporate is easy. Safer to leave this clue aloone. Work with a grammar point like reported speech based on the passage. Hello! It was nice to meet so many people last Saturday, at last more faces to names. Nice gesture said one of the men. Didn’t apply for leave of absence as this kind of stuff can’t be foreseen . FORBEARING: a double definition here. 67 is a good age to get into King’s. I rarely touch the rating stars Salty Dog. Nothing better than sitting on a terrace, or the beach, in the sun with a coffee or glass of wine with the DT Crossword. Thanks of course to Rufus for the puzzle, and to Miffypops for a review that was as enjoyable as I’ve come to expect. Our headmaster at the time advised us not to stay up to watch history in the making as school was so much more important. thank you to everyone who made it such an delight of an Outing from near and far. BD], 27a    On the level? I couldn’t see 9a and 25d and was glad of the hints. 2*/3* from me. What a success. It is also a character of the alphabet, 14d    Part of church left for contemplation? My brother Paul went to Kings College Cambridge aged 67 and as dead as dead can be. Was able to complete it without resorting to the hints, must have been on the setter’s wavelength. 13d    O? My Internet got so bad that I got out of the habit of commenting. 26d    Downfall of bear without capital (4) OP, I do hope your manager will see the level ludacris this is in terms of frequency, and cost to the staff. I have enough trouble with my ego was it is. Are Coventry still top? Disliked both 21a & 8d, particularly the latter – both contained too much of the answer in the clue and I’m still not very happy with 19a (despite the BRB!). They will cheer me up after supper, I hope . Thanks all – I’m back – just a touch on the knackerd side but back and about to comment – have I made a pig’s ear of this one or what?! OVERDUE: What a debt becomes after the payment date. 8d, however, could also be Subfielder, but I should imagine that might have to be hyphenated but it’s probably more difficult to take a catch in the changing room than standing at silly mid off or on the boundary. I met three, no, four, of my heroes & had a splendid time meeting plenty of others. I actually managed this without the hints. fire station. Welcome from me too. 29 across has to be one of the easiest clues I’ve come across for ages. So thanks to him and the setter. I’m very surprised that the editor waved it through to be honest. Where is Kath today? It’s all been a bit around here for a day or two. Amongst the goodies – 3d & 10a but I’ll go with the majority and vote for 13d as favourite. This will only add to your frustration . Today’s puzzle delighted (13d) and disappointed (21ac) in about equal measure. Thank you Rufus. Good to hear from you. The fifth word in 8d could just as easily be omitted without any change to the meaning in my opinion, and as for 21a – well it’s now clearly out in first place in my “weakest clue of 2015” award. WOW - our confidence that we have the correct crossword answer for you if extremely high with and average crosswords dictionary star rating of FIVE. Before that there were the very easy clues, amongst which a couple of big smiles. 12d    Reinstated after review, having financial difficulties (10) Thank you to Crypticsue and Jean-Luc for the tasty treats and a very special thank you to BD for organising the get together. Crossword blog #183 | Gape at clue, pay attention, solve, rinse, repeat Satyajit Ray’s Feluda and Professor Shanku to share screen RBI becomes world’s first monetary authority with a … Enjoyable , and I agree with the star rating.I liked 10 and 13d.Thanks Miffypops and Rufus. So it’s Au Reservoir from me as she use to say in Mapp and Lucia. never looked back. 22a    Fifty-one line up endlessly on right for a drink (7) just for the sheer cost and time- baking or just running to the store. Nice to know now that we did get one or two right. Its all been said by previous bloggers today, but much more good than bad or ugly. Great fun on Saturday and look forward to meeting more of you at the next. We do have the song I’ve been a wild rover and I suppose he knocked about a bit. ENGRAVE: in artistic terms, to cut lines into a metal plate in preparation for printing. I took ages to summon the courage to post a comment after I found the blog – it sounds as if you might beat me in the length between the two. Thanks to Rufus and to Miffypops for the review and hints. Having read the Telegraph for many years I decided last autumn to try to do the crossword. You can write a book review and share your experiences. RUIN: This Bear minus its first letter (without capital) gives a noun meaning physical destruction. 9a clunky 15 I mentioned OB the river a few days ago – it had appeared in a Radio Times crossword – 7th longest in the world. When the "Execute p1" button is clicked the javascript function p1 is executed. . In your hint for 12a you say “he can be found by putting a Scottish pronunciation of the word Man after a verb meaning to perform something alone”. Thanks. Many thanks to the setter and to Miffypops for your usual wonderful blog. I do understand though, but I’ve yet to make the decision whether it is for me. try to use it in your Answers questions and general teacher language. Other readers will always be interested in your opinion of the books you've read. CLEMENTINE: The wife of Sir Winston Churchill is also a hybrid between a Mandarin and a sweet orange so named in 1902. Bottom left corner would have been considerably easier if I’d split 13d 4,6, and left 12d was it was meant to be rather than the other way round! As for Coventry. If a particular answer is generating a lot of interest on the site today, it may be highlighted in orange. Click the answer to find similar crossword clues. Once corrected, it all made a lot more sense. Other readers will always be interested in your opinion of the books you've read. A curate’s egg of a puzzle for me. Soon sorted out though. Thank you BD for making this such an exceptional Blog, and for arranging such a fine Get Together – (and Cryptic Sue’s cake defies coherent response apart from Yummy yummy…. Do you have any tips? LIBIDO: Ooh er missus! (13d), I’d boil over with desire (3d), and the chapel (20d), which to me read a bit like an all-in-one clue, if you are allowed to extend “insets” to paintings (- hm, maybe not.) . The latin abbreviation for Id Est and L(eft), 19d    Form shown by Olympic finalists in big race (7) BD]. Last in was 12d. We didn’t. Emphasising minion around Northern Ireland? I discovered Big Dave’s blog on the second day and have been ‘lurking’ ever since. I didn’t need any hints and managed to follow the word play. Mr. Boya decided to practice some golf on his lunch break in Benin. Not so good (6-4) For me **/**** The neckwear is as worn by Sir Robin Day (best before 6th August 2000, the youngsters, and possibly the foreigners will just have to google him). 18a    Circle of musicians (4) (OK, I may have used a pencil for the anagrams and checked in a dictionary – but I did it.). Rookie corner one day? Although I initially put in Helen for 19a, and had second hand for 7d, I managed to correct them in the end. and if anyone really wants to be pedantic MP meant that he “thought so too” . I thought you were calling BD an underling! A dark and wretched day is upon me. 3d    I’d boil uncontrollably in desire (6) CERES: With four checking letters this can only be the Roman Goddess of agriculture. Now onto the crossword. Another word for make a point. I waffle on because I have no idea what the chains are about, perhaps The Boss will elucidate [Sounds like (reportedly) chains or sequences. com/pu/ter 0oo e.g. The clues are written in Spanish, and each clue is clear and easy to understand. I must say l’m surprised at MP’s 3* rating – l’d give it half a star if there was such a score. This became evident when I once asked what a cormorant was. It was lovely to hear about Saturday and glad it went so well. You can’t get much briefer than that! . So in reverse order: I didn’t get the first three letters of 8d, didn’t know 25d, and had forgotten B+26d having never heard the term in the wild. 15a    Completed fitting but not yet paid (7) In the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries there were several notable revivals of Twelfth Night on both sides of the Atlantic. We are sooo envious of all those who were there. Against that there are a couple of clues I greatly disliked – 8d and 21a to name names – as I have a natural aversion to the answer being displayed so obviously in the clue. It has been corrected now. Well, corners are my natural habitat, so fingers crossed . If you still need an answer after reading the hint then press click here and the answer will be revealed. I especially liked 10a, 13d but most of all 14d, my favourite, simple construction but amusing too. Like Miffypops I wasn’t keen on 17a. 5d    Drug found in a police department (4) Despite what Miffypops says I’d be lost without my pencils . I know you didn’t mention pencils today, but they were so upset they were not needed that they have taken to writing anagrams on my avatar. It is American though. The Saturday pics are great! Find another word for supporting. I like cake. Thanks Mr. Ron and MP. By clicking "Accept", you agree to us doing so. Extract key vocabulary to make crossword or word find puzzles. I would have liked to talk to more people on Saturday but we had to leave quite early. Submitted in accordance with the requirements for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy. Test-taking Strategies 1 This is a packet of test-taking strategies designed to be used with Test-Taking Workshops or with your instructor. 10a & 13d recovered an asterisk. Miffypops forgot about this subordinate eating in? I do so wish I had a BRB. Yes and no (8,2) His other two partners carried on and finished their round!! What a smasher :). ***/***. Hi Steve. Now there is some fodder for a cryptic clue methinks. . SECOND-RATE: A double definition. Certain peeps have my mobile number and E-mail addresses if you want an off blog chat m’dear. Sometimes I think so, then I lose confidence and change my mind. I really like O? Hello Jane, I think Kath has done a great job since she joined, I am still determined to come to a ‘meet’ one day to see you all, …… you have all given me great times, company and enjoyment!!!!! I “knocked about” Coventry in my youth but I would not say I “roved”. Well, I made today’s puzzle hard for myself by filling in second hand for 7d. Miffypops maniacal tyranny has reduced them to a vestige of their former selves. What I like is that the Telegraph cryptic it is as doable by ordinary mortals now as it was back then when I first started. Ps: I was sorry to read in today’s paper the passing of Geraldine McEwan. 99 $ PER PERSON. ERSE: Lurking away (of) in the word Somerset is this old irish language. The Crossword Solver finds answers to American-style crosswords, British-style crosswords, general knowledge crosswords and cryptic crossword puzzles. Thanks for visiting The Crossword Solver. I take technical translation as potentially (but far from actually) non-cultural, It’s been done in dribs and drabs and whenever a few moments presented themselves. Find more ways to say make a point, along with related words, antonyms and example phrases at, the world's most trusted free thesaurus. It is warts and all on Mondays I’m afraid. Synonyms for denoting include denotative, indicative, signifying, significant, reflective, telltale, indicatory, denotive, expressed and implying. con/duct (as a verb) o0o e.g. Thanks Rufus and Miffypops. **/***. Thanks Hanni :). Many thanks Rufus and miffypops for the entertaining review – the Dylan tracks are always appreciated too. Great stuff. What a great time we all had on Saturday. All good until the last few. Find more ways to say strengthen, along with related words, antonyms and example phrases at, the world's most trusted free thesaurus. There will also be a list of synonyms for your answer. 2*/4* with 20a,13d, and 29a as my favourites. Once that was sorted out all became possible. It was so nice to meet you all. What a surprise – and pleasure – to see you on Saturday! Thank you also to setter for today’s puzzle. I’m not sure you can call me a ‘twitcher’! 2. And this blog is the icing on the cake when I do get completely stuck. The answer looks like it ought to have a gh in there somewhere. I hope they serve their purpose. . draw a line or lines underneath to call attention to. key/board o0 e.g. The pilot panicked a bit, God knows why, and slammed his breaks on, skidding into Benin’s 4 military jets. Onward and upward – too cold for Golf today – brrrr – what a wimp! This would have more for enjoyment but for 17&21a & 8d. Was happily trundling along today, until I ground to a halt in the SW quadrant – and now, with the help of MP’s super blog (big thank you, Miffypops) can’t quite understand why… but Saturday’s “Do” was absolutely super. I quite liked the almost-double-ups of 1a and 4d, and 12d and 27a. Build it up bit by bit, 24a    They won’t top the bill, in any form (6) I thought it delightful, especially 13d, which was my fave. We discovered the photos before they had their labels and were having good fun trying to guess who was who. My favourite was either 3 or 20d. I’ve missed the blog enormously through various circumstances but hope to be back more regularly from now on. Definitions are underlined. Thanks to all who turned up and sorry to anybody I missed by selfishly going off to watch the egg chasers at Richmond Rugby Club (28 all if you are interested). I did like 11, 19 and 27a and 14d. (4,6) I prepared for it and still…. Do not lose confidence in yourself or your ability. 25a would have worked better with in rather than of Somerset. Oh dear, and ! Well done Mycall. Good day indeed. Really would have loved to spend more time with you all on Saturday as I didn’t get a chance to speak to all the people present. We're working closely with our server provider and will try to get things back to normal as soon as possible. Today I did not need my pencils for the anagrams. I kid you not. Very enjoyable Monday, as ever. 4* pleasure would have been awarded if it were not for the awfulness of 21a. The Essential Guide to User Interface Design Second Edition An Introduction to GUI Design Principles and Techniques 29a    Fruit that was loved by Churchill (10) NAVEL: The central part of a church and L(eft) will give a bodily part which you might contemplate when preoccupied, 15d    Gold that is left for Oxford college (5) I don’t understand why 28a needs the words “is to be made”. Also see the hint for 8d, 10a    Understanding why we need a compass (10) Looks like you all had a great time on Saturday. (50 points)The textarea shown to the left is named ta in a form named f1.It contains the top 10,000 passwords in order of frequency of use -- each followed by a comma (except the last one). Sorry, and we hope you continue to use The Crossword Solver. Save your compatriots life but if there’s another 16 holes we may as well play on. Use the passage for regular or irregular verb exercises Is the St A. St Austell? Made things tricky for myself by writing SQUARED UP for 27A before realising it didn’t fit !!! It is the first time that I have completed the puzzle without having to look at the hints on this site. The second Split 3, 7 we have one of the many uses of a compass. ACID: A from the clue and the initials of the Criminal Investigation AMELIORATE: Rufus begins today with an a partial anagram (order) of MEAL followed by I from the clue and a verb which my online dictionary defines as “make a speech, especially pompously or at length.” I love the inclusion of the word pompously, 9a    It’s neckwear, say, for the dandy (4) 21a    I shall and will show hostility (3-4) I had to locate and install an update to the plugin that displays the pictures in order to be able to add the names. If you do not want to see the answer – do not click. Sometimes I wouldnt get a single clue! Again, really nice to meet so many of you on Saturday, many thanks. Much better to be beavering away and then rewarded with delight. Subjects Genre: newspaper ( sobekcm ) newspaper ( marcgt ) Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Charlotte -- Port Charlotte Coordinates: 26.966141 x -82.068026 When I was at uni I dated a Hartpury player, but that’s a very different story! Emphasis definition, special stress laid upon, or importance attached to, anything: The president's statement gave emphasis to the budgetary crisis. I will be back as soon as I can, the new high speed broad band cables are being laid through the village at the moment, so there is hope!!!! I forgot the underlining. Really? (5) An enjoyable solve that all slotted together smoothly for us. For the second time today. couldn’t agree more . You can also add your assessment by selecting from one to five stars at the bottom of the post. mi/cro/phone oo0o e.g. Have a look, it’s well worth it. Straightforward, but fun, except for the clunkers already highlighted by just about everyone. If you wish to be pedantic, “mon” is a Scots word, not a pronounciation of man. I thought 23a was fine as it was but I bow to the superior knowledge of those on here. I will pass through on my way to The Roseland in May. My alarm doesn’t go off til 6 in winter. Whether you've loved the book or not, if you give your honest and detailed thoughts then people will find new books that are right for them. With one shot this golfing genuis wiped out his country’s entire air force. I would be stressing out way too much if I had to do something like this EVERY. I am very pleased that I managed to complete a Rufus puzzle for once. 8d    He won’t catch you out in a silly position (10) I have never dated a Rugby player or attached anthropomorphic qualities to inanimate objects but I have got drunk at a summer ball. MP, I think 19a works with a soft C pronunciation and “series” for chains?

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