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- TWO-TIMER see page 13 for answers


Can’t solve one – then try the other! Two sets of clues both leading to the same answers. 1


6 7 CRYPTIC CLUES


CLUES ACROSS 1. Buck sat playing an old instrument (7) 5. A striking likeness! (5)


13 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 14 15


8. Vandalise a crop that yields coconut oil (5) 9. Acts of raising the flues (7) 10. Celebrated musician? (6,2,4) 12. A circular frame on a bicycle (6) 14. Filter another small quantity (6)


17. After landing, his shell could not be mended (6,6) 21. Something edible from each board (7) 22. Pop singer suffering groin injury (5) 23. During dinner Vyvyan was excitable (5) 24. Pray the variety will do you good (7)


CLUES DOWN 23


QUICK CLUES CLUES ACROSS


1. Early trombone (7) 5. Marriage (5) 8. Oil producing flesh (5) 9. Sup teak (anag.) (7) 10. Eminent figure (6,2,4) 12. On the move (6) 14. Dessert (6) 17. Nursery rhyme character (6,6) 21. Comestible (7) 22. ----- Starr, member of The Beatles (5) 23. Highly strung (5) 24. Curative process (7)


24 CLUES DOWN


1. Draw in by vacuum (4) 2. Thicket (5) 3. Braises (anag.) (7) 4. Absentee (6) 5. Unifying idea (5) 6. Aircraft ascent (4-3) 7. Moved fast (8) 11. -------- Ferrier, English contralto (8) 13. Burrowing rodent (7) 15. Penitence (7) 16. Most curious (6) 18. Brindled (5) 19. Pacific kingdom (5) 20. Equine animal (4)


1. Blow back? (4) 2. Right to leave the body among the trees (5)


3. Money that is for the golf club (7) 4. Those not in form might be playing it (6) 5. Theme of Tim excited (5) 6. Opposite of landing strip (4-3) 7. Hurried from the Andes (8) 11. Kale then cultivated by the girl (8)


13. One who does not like writing in gets a little pet (7) 15. Bitter regret concerning code (7) 16. Even least? (6) 18. Flighty creature lifted up by the cat (5) 19. Islands to north of Georgia (5) 20. Horse valued at £25 (4)


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