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tazmac25

11th July 2009, 19:27
Down to my last few .....

Sundays suit (4) - I was thinking best but have used that answer before
Opposite everyones man (6,3)
The best day of her life (5) Keep thinking bride but can\'t find the magazine
Austens favourite (6,4) Something emma ???
Whats on tonight (5,5)

All the answers are Newspapers & Magazines

Thanks for your help
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the joker

11th July 2009, 19:48
Whats on tonight RADIO TIMES
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suesan

11th July 2009, 19:54
Austen - Vanity Fair
Opposite - Womans own

thanks
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the joker

11th July 2009, 19:55
WOMANS OWN
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the joker

11th July 2009, 20:01
There is a Magazine called BEST.
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the joker

11th July 2009, 20:08
There is a magazine called BRIDES but that answer has 6 letters and anyway doesn't fit the clue. Just ignore me I am rambling again. It's the sun.
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tazmac25

11th July 2009, 20:25
Many thanks for all your help
Taz
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jimc

11th July 2009, 22:22
Sundays suit (4) ... ?? MAIL (on Sunday), suit of armour being made from chain mail ??
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jimc

11th July 2009, 22:37
I'm struggling with "Austens favourite (6,4)" being Vanity Fair.

Vanity Fair was written by W.M.Thackeray and published in 1848; the magazine was named after it, I guess, as it was all about society gossip and scandal.

Jane Austen died in 1817 and so would not have been aware of either Vanity Fair.

I feel I'm being thick. Does the clue refer to a different Austen or what have I missed?

JimC
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john (from arran)

11th July 2009, 23:11
I would have thought that "Austen's favourite" would be COUNTRY LIFE, but that is 7,4 and doesn't fit.
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