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criccieth

24th April 2009, 16:48
Still struggling on the following.
ll. It can be used to attack two men on board.
17. There purpose is to raise food in China
47/ Light frothy mixture thats right for the chest.
49. Wilsons character was provoked by caretaker
90. Grants prison break meant that he was dependenton his mother and finally
92. The film was transparent -although there was
one hitch in it.

Many thanks in anticipation for any helpful clues.
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rustypin

24th April 2009, 17:04
17 chopsticks.
47 chiffonier.
49 tracy beaker.
90 apron strings .
could you help me on87,81.77,54 . please
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criccieth

24th April 2009, 17:16
Thanks so much Rustypin.

8l. The Mousetrap
87. Cutlery
77. Cupboard love.
54. Whatnot.

Hope this helps.
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john (from arran)

24th April 2009, 17:19
Have a look at your previous thread for the clues to 90 & 92. If you scroll back far enough you will also find the answers to all the rest, but here are some hints to help you with Google.

11. is a strategic move on a chessboard.

17. what do they use to raise their food in China. Not fingers.

47. is a "light frothy dress material" + an abbreviation for "that is" + an abbreviation for "right". The whole word is the name of a type of chest.

49. the wilson in this clue is authour Jacqueline Wilson.

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criccieth

24th April 2009, 17:26
Thanks John

Unfortunately have never played chess so am not au fait with any of the moves but will keep trying.

76. Actions taken by traveller - have you a clue for this.

Thanks
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john (from arran)

24th April 2009, 17:37
11. is also a gardening tool.

76. think of two alternative names for legal actions, then put these words together to make an upmarket duffle bag.
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criccieth

24th April 2009, 18:00
Thanks John from Arran.

Think I have got them now.

But still struggling with 92 - is this a film to do with Alfred Hitchcock?

69.Clue is removed from this study -- am I barking up the wrong tree with Sluice as an answer.

Thanks
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g

29th April 2009, 23:35
I can't get the transparent film either - can't get away from Clingfilm!!

69. Clue = Thread
'is' removed from 'this' = th + read (study)
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g

29th April 2009, 23:38
I see (through) it now... just forgot to check my mirrors!
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