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tony

28th September 2008, 09:59
Could 16d be EREMITE? And 19a SENTRY GO?? If so, not quite sure why...
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mike b

28th September 2008, 09:59
As sandy said in another thread, the answer is EREMITE - a hermit. And hermits live in cells, hence the cellist reference - ouch!
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zaphod

28th September 2008, 10:19
22a is Titus Andronicus (anag)

not claiming credit mind you ... was posted by sandy in an adjacent thread here :D

16d .. again is EREMITE .. a Christian hermit or recluse it seems.. and not a cello player
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zaphod

28th September 2008, 10:23
Noun: sentry go

1. The duty of serving as a sentry
- guard duty, guard, sentry duty
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bob

28th September 2008, 10:32
A SENTRY-GO is an old watchtower. Have yet to get 22A and 17D.
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claire

28th September 2008, 13:25
Bob

22A us Titus Andronicus (anag. of Turin custodians)

19D is Blondie (blonde = fair + I = pop group)
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zeebee

1st October 2008, 12:12
Can anyone explain 2d please? I think it's "set fair" but I can't find a definition for this on the internet so don't know what the phrase means. Or do I have the wrong answer? Thank you!
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bob

2nd October 2008, 10:41
Fine is SET FAIR like the weather, ready is SET and a charity bazaar is a FAIR. Can't work out why 6A is SATE!

Bob
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stewart

16th October 2008, 18:14
It = sex appeal = SA
note = te (musical note)
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