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TestYour Knowledge CROSSWORD


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Across 3. Gaelic name for Scotland (4) 5. Peter MacInnes fought in this war (9) 7. Donald MacLeod Lament for this tree (5) 8. Bonnie Dundee’s clan (6) 9. Division by G S McLennan (4) 11. You can play by it, tune by it or plug it (3) 13. James MacDonald of the Isles’ title (3) 15. Mathieson wrote big one for little finger (4) 18. Duchess daughter of Bonnie Prince Charlie (6)


19. John MacColl’s birthplace (5) 20. One of the Orkneys (9) 21. Inverness court theatre (4)


Down 1. Requirement for Veterans’ contest (4,3)


2. Site of a massacre (7) 3. CaptainYoung’s regiment (5) 4. Fingers by Peter R MacLeod (6) 5. There are games here in July (5) 6. Duncan Johnstone’s Farewell to? (4) 10. Stuart from Inveraray (7) 11. Go here from Kantara (2,5) 12. MacGregor hero (3,3) 14. 20 across is one (6) 16. Games here in August (5) 17. This Lord is King of Arms (4)


Test your piping knowledge with the Piping Times Crossword. Send completed puzzles to Piping Times, 16-24 Otago Street, Glasgow G12 8JH, Scotland. Crossword compiled by Jeannie Campbell. This month’s crossword is sponsored by the CoP Shop. The winner receives a £10 voucher. Online subscribers can download the grid on the PT extra page www.collegeofpiping.org/html/ptextra Last month’s solution: ACROSS – John Grant, Only, Morag, Ian, Gask, Skylark, Cherat,Tolsta, Bursary, Skye, Ivy, Paula, Muir, Stewarton. DOWN – James, Harry, Gigha, Alick C,Tongue, Alastair, Knockout, Speirs,Aboyne, RSPBA,Adult,Yearn. There were no correct answers for the March crossword.


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