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laurel

18th November 2012, 21:48
4 to go.
no. 1 3 down "US beaters can suit " 2 words 5 & 5 billy clubs !! why?
no.2 11a. """pal one hundred per cent rejecting lead singer" two words 5&5
BUDDY HOLLY WHY HOLLY ?
NO. 3 20 A. "money received for bear" 4 letters t???
no. 4 21 down "extremely keen with blooming whip" 5 letters ??O?t


explanations kindly accepted
clout ? & tick !!!!!







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ab

18th November 2012, 21:49
Us beaters can suit - a billy club is used by police etc in US therefore US beater - can - billy can + suit-clubs?
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ab

18th November 2012, 21:50
Pal- buddy 100% - wholly, without leader - holly?
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laurel

18th November 2012, 21:59
holly is very good
i thought they were lokink for lead singer rather than singer
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trevor

18th November 2012, 22:01
tote
knout?
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ab

18th November 2012, 22:06
Think Trevor is spot on. Keen extremely - kn +out (blooming as in the flowers are out)- Knout a whip?
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laurel

18th November 2012, 22:12
KNOUT IS right for 21 down
so 20 across reads T?K?
"MONEY RECEIVED FOR BEAR"
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ab

18th November 2012, 22:44
Take as in to bear, and as in "the take" as in money received?
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laurel

18th November 2012, 22:54
dear AB could it possibly be TAKA
asiann money & a teddy bear according to google
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ab

18th November 2012, 23:35
It could be, but think it more likely to be the simpler option of the noun "take" meaning "the amount of money collected" and the verb "take" meaning "bear" or "carry" - "This can take your weight" etc.
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