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gok wan acolytes

22nd November 2012, 23:46
I suppose I'm using the word COUGAR as just meaning an older attractive woman, rather than a PREDATORY older attractive woman.

I wouldn't want to be sued like all those twitter users.
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trevor

23rd November 2012, 00:36
Nigella!! older??? attractive???? woma...(i'll stop right there).
she is very pretty but i wish she would stop smiling all the bloody time (how bloody dare she...hang the bitch).
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quizmad

23rd November 2012, 08:01
Thank you both for your help ,sorry about not replying on other questions ,must have had a senior moment .
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quizmad

24th November 2012, 18:21
A gritty ,but twisted ,agent repelling criers
(7 8 5)
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gok wan acolytes

24th November 2012, 18:55
Sorry ...not an answer, but if you hadn't already thought of tihs...

Twisted sounds like an anagram indicator and agent repelling criers is 20 letters long.
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gok wan acolytes

24th November 2012, 19:02
General Sterling Price from True Grit
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quizmad

24th November 2012, 19:08
Thank you I would never have got that ,I was convinced the last word was tiger .
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quizmad

26th November 2012, 15:11
1 a reminder of an endeavour in oxford (6)
2 one from me (5 4)
3 in architecture ,a male figure serving as a column (7)I thought Telamon ,but can't find the connection with cats .
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mrw

26th November 2012, 15:18
Inspector morse was set in Oxford and his first name was endeavor.
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