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pooksahib

6th November 2009, 23:01
I managed a clean sweep yesterday but not today...

Right money invested in lavish food served up at address = freedom of speech. Money invested in food = DOMOF. Address = SPEECH. Where does FREE come from? And why is LAVISH in the clue?

Cabinetmaker's material is down to a pound = satinwood.

Many thanks.
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silly boy

6th November 2009, 23:05
One definition of Lavish is free
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pooksahib

6th November 2009, 23:27
I was thinking that must be the case but couldn't find such a definition. Thanks.
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bullfrog

6th November 2009, 23:45
Cabinetmaker's material is down to a pound = satinwood

Anagram of 'is down to a'

Not sure about 'pound' as an anagram indicator, though!
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pooksahib

6th November 2009, 23:53
Ah, thanks. That'll be to 'pound' the letters up. Bit contrived I suppose.
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