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redcoral

6th October 2012, 17:19
34D. Idealized notion of Elizabethan times (5,7)

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jazzgirl

6th October 2012, 17:20
Merry England
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chrise

6th October 2012, 17:21
Looks right, of course, jazzgirl, but in this sense it is invariably spelled Merrie England - compiler error?
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redcoral

6th October 2012, 17:23
Of course! I was stuck so Johnny said I bet jazz girl will know!

40D. Completely lifeless (5,4) S????,/?e??
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andyc

6th October 2012, 17:24
stone dead
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jazzgirl

6th October 2012, 17:25
yea verily :)
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jazzgirl

6th October 2012, 17:27
post 6 was for chrise. I'm now away to ye olde tea shoppe
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redcoral

6th October 2012, 17:29
Thanks Andyc. I agree about usual "merrie" spelling!

Now stuck on 45A. Be silent (4,4,6) must be over in middle.
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jazzgirl

6th October 2012, 17:29
hold one's tongue (that's not aimed at anyone in particular !)
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redcoral

6th October 2012, 17:31
Thanks jazz girl ..... Enjoy your tea!
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