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4th June 2009, 10:27
Hi, having trouble with 2 endings:
11a: 'In Scotland will I shut up after starting to explain? I may write like Lyly' (8)
EUPHUIST or EUPHUISE ? (the ambiguous 'after' is the puzzle, and the final 'T' is part of the anagram ??
1d: I'm dubbed Sly Prince curiously (9):
(can't find LIPSYNCER in Chambers but it fits the anagram).
Thanks for any help.
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4th June 2009, 11:03
Hi Beth,

LIPSYNCER is in Chambers - it is towards the end of the "lip" entry.


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4th June 2009, 12:07
Thanks KenA, my old Chambers is past its sell-by date!
Can anyone help with EUPHUIST/E please?

Regards, Beth
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4th June 2009, 22:16
Hi Beth,
The answer is EUPHUIST,it is listed in Chambers under Euphuism,a literary style by Lyle.
Hope this helps,
Best wishes,
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5th June 2009, 07:50
Many thanks Jerry for your confirmation.
It's just that I know Paul McK. can be really devious and tricksy with those 'isolated' letters!
Best regards, Beth
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