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The Saltburn Crossword no 126 set by Pierrot


Across 1 Small character in folklore with cat on the hand (3, 5) 5 Remedy for skin irritation does not begin to find character in 10 down (8)


11 Expel from The Victoria (5) 12 Christmas starts followed by Archers location for Saltburn city street (9) 13 Slim girl initially found stout yet losing pounds healthily (5) 14 Find him in car boot sale Xmas time (4) 15 Gabriel, for example, in to less well known hybrid fruit (7) 16 Light period to watch TV? (7) 18 Flower heard to be in lines (4) 19 Christmas decoration found at various inlets (6) 21 Character found in 10 down short with no end of time (4, 3) 22 Microbe found in country without any (4) 24 Was Goya in a confused state when taking part in this healthy discipline? (4)


26 Did Alan possibly fall for that new for old trick in the folk tale? (7) 27 Found back in this doyen sided with film animator (6) 28 Tucked in at 30 down? Bead’s in need of restringing (4) 29 Metric system sorts out mail in a mess after this month (7) 31 Month doesn’t begin and I follow with no time to rest (2, 3, 2) 33 Well tempered composer, subject of marathon recital by our editor (4) 34 Five gold ones in 10 down (5) 36 Don’t touch this when eating your Christmas dinner! Tho’ to a top stir (3, 6)


37 Someone who has performed an annual Muslim pilgrimage to Mecca used to have Jim’s first two (5)


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38 Santa’s flying helpers sound like bad weather my love! (8) 39 Sounds like you would get a real cuppa from real estate (8)


Down 1 O Herod! The gift Mary repackaged appeared magically to Cinderella (3, 5, 9)


2 Is Rambo’s end sorted by Saltburn family business? (7, 4) 3 Inside what silly things to wear at parties (4) 4 Character in 10 down sees Madonna around the French (6) 6 Far away for a meteor explosion or close by for the TV one (6) 7 Despotic when art in NYC is reviewed (8) 8 Be evasive and there’s a barrier or field or garden habitat (5) 9 Only they have held it losing the east on adjustment to find 10 down (3, 5, 3, 3, 3)


10 Victorian tale told at a present time with girl (1, 9, 5) 17 Keen to be seen once in Royal David’s city (4) 20 Rob Andrew’s added nothing to upset this winter sports competitor (11) 23 She’s taken back to be seen at Irish bar (4) 25 City discovered in where the ref orders off player (8) 29 Contribute gift when brown returns with female deer around (6) 30 Organiser loses a letter and ends up away in this. Part of 10 down (6) 32 All included musically and when added to frutti can be a treat (5) 35 Inform on and find outlet (4)


Solution to Crossword no 125


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Send your completed crossword to: Saltburn Crossword no 126, c/o Real Meals, 25 Milton Street, Saltburn, TS12 1DJ by Friday, 9th December 2011. Note the early entry date. First correct solution out of the bag wins a £10 voucher kindly donated by Tim and Sheila of Real Meals.


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