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bryan

5th September 2009, 09:30
10D Trudge along when heavily laden (4) Y??P Might be a scottish term not in english dictionary.
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simon

5th September 2009, 09:36
YOMP
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escher

5th September 2009, 09:38
yomp - to walk while heavily laden or over difficult terrain
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bryan

5th September 2009, 10:32
Thanks. 82D Unwilling (9) NEL?C???T
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simon

5th September 2009, 10:42
Reluctant
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bryan

5th September 2009, 10:42
The E comes from ERODE (gradually wear away,
The L from YOUTHFUL (young),
The C from HYGIENIC (Germ-free)
The A from MEDITATE (Reflect)
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bryan

5th September 2009, 10:45
You are right i made a mistake cos the N comes from WARDEN (Prison officer) but that should be WARDER giving R instead of N so thanks u helped me realize WARDEN was causing the problem.
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simon

5th September 2009, 10:46
No probs Bryan. Happy to help, Si
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bryan

5th September 2009, 11:29
This one makes no grammatical sense if u see what i mean: 89D Splice (7) P?A?T?D i am thinking its plaited or platted but splice is a word meaning something that is in the process of occuring not already having happened which would make the answer plait or plat but they dont fit. So what is the answer?
The P is from LOPSIDED (unbalanced)
A is from YEARNING (strong desire)
T is from Electoral Roll (list of voters)
and the D is from Anecdote (entertaining yarn)
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bryan

5th September 2009, 11:45
This one is a killer for me: 45D Hockey player (4,4)
K?I? ?A?G
I cant name any hockey players let alone famous scottish ones lol
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