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Crossword         


- TWO-TIMER


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


 CRYPTIC CLUES


Clues Across 2. The French back fellow sprite (3)


5. Mud and air combination that has cura- tive powers (6) 7. Being defeated - lingo’s awful (6)


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9. It should not be used when more speed is required (11) 10. Mean to overcharge youth leader (6)


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11. Edward, about to be unwell, is pinned down (6) 13. Taking great risks when gambling (6) 16. Scrap computer network for overcoat (6)


   QUICK CLUES


Clues Across 2. Imp (3) 5. Radioactive element (6) 7. Mislaying (6) 9. Created role (anag.) (11) 10. Niggardly (6) 11. Daniel (anag.) (6) 13. Chopping finely (6) 16. Type of sleeve (6) 18. Maintain links (4,2,5) 19. Colonise (6) 20. Arctic dweller (6) 21. _ _ _Arbor, city in Michigan (3)


Clues Down 1. Outlaw (6) 2. Provide work for (6) 3. Two shillings (6) 4. False (6) 6. Having no control (11) 8. Easy target (7,4) 10. ___ Vicious, punk guitarist (3) 12. Lair (3) 14. English town (6) 15. Obsolete British coin (6) 16. Putrefied (6) 17. Social gathering (2-4)


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18. Do not lose contact with what linesmen do (4,2,5) 19. Pay for a seat (6) 20. Takes Kim only part from a northerner (6) 21. A point is repeated for the girl (3)


Clues Down 1. Piece also included the brigand (6)


2. Use a manoeuvre after taking me up (6) 3. Rolf rises to be at home with old coin (6) 4. If it is, don’t you believe it (6) 6. Lacking self-restraint in Europe possibly (11) 8. Broody bird is particularly vulnerable (7,4) 10. Man in residence (3) 12. Only some of the students study! (3) 14. Likely disaster in West Yorkshire (6) 15. We hear it is a foul place in Africa (6) 16. Decaying row in London? (6) 17. Comfortable reception (2-4)


Please see page 18 for answers. THE FREE COMMUNITY MAGAZINE FOR DARTMOUTH AND SURROUNDING VILLAGES


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


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