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Crossword       


- TWO-TIMER Please see page 52 for answers.


Can’t solve one – then try the other! Two sets of clues both leading to the same answers. 


            


CRYPTIC CLUES Clues Across 1. Pretty unimportant flare (4,5) 6. Unpleasant matter produced by a Manx cat? (3) 8. Well, perhaps it could be a health resort (8,5) 9. Covered entrance for Spanish chief (5) 10. Instrumentalist has trip exercising (7) 11. Go back and be about to flag (6) 13. Fool by the side of the church has a twinge (6) 16. Going the other way in a shop (7) 18. Member on horseback gives assistance in climbing (3-2) 20. An entertaining twister (13) 22. City in the Lymington area (3) 23. Pieceworker? (4-5)


  QUICK CLUES


Clues Across 1. Visible warning signal (4,5) 6. Suppuration (3) 8. Spa (8,5) 9. Doorway enclosure (5) 10. String player (7) 11. Stop work (6) 13. Jerk (6) 16. Speak in response (7) 18. Help in mounting (3-2) 20. Acrobat (13) 22. East Anglian diocese (3) 23. Worker on reduced hours (4-5)


Clues Down 1. Oath (3) 2. Helicopter part (5) 3. Crossbred canine (7) 4. Scared of firearms (3-3) 5. Drunkard (5) 6. Keyboard player (7) 7. Production unit paying very low wages (5,4) 9. Celery pic (anag.) (9) 12. Absenteeism (7) 14. Industrial action (7) 15. Scribe (6) 17. Body of soldiers (5) 19. Author of fairy tales (5) 21. Bitumen (3)


Clues Down 1. Promise the Spanish to leave the letter (3) 2. Reversible blade (5) 3. Dog, one going from side to side (7) 4. One of the shooting party retiring when frightened of weapons (3-3) 5. One who is habitually full of spirit (5) 6. Key man perhaps (7) 7. Is it sticky to work hard in such a factory? (5,4) 9. According to one on a bike, it is a layer of plant tissue (9) 12. Present schoolchildren cannot be accused of it (7) 14. Make progress on foot in the fresh air during a strike (7) 15. Author sounds as if he is more correct (6) 17. Scouts’ parade (5) 19. Fairytale brothers sound forbidding (5) 21. Blackjack? (3)


THE FREE COMMUNITY MAGAZINE FOR DARTMOUTH AND SURROUNDING VILLAGES


THE TEAM: Mark Simpson, Ruth Simpson, Kim Fricker, Emma Jones, Lisa Wyman. Contributors: Kate Cotton, Ginny Ware, Steph Woolvin.


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