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john

7th January 2013, 10:54
11A Southern Ireland's new capital finally (5)
I?E?E looking like Irene maybe?

12D Shuffler, dancer (7) T?B????

Line atria up with oxygen for one (5) S????

Thanks for any suggestions
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jazzgirl

7th January 2013, 11:09
11a Irene (eire + n)
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ian

7th January 2013, 11:13
Hi John All related to weather . The S is wrong for the second one . The dancer is a kind of 60s dance also a weather phenomenon in america. The other is an anagram of atria changing i to o
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jazzgirl

7th January 2013, 11:14
Line atria up etc. AORTA
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bullfrog

7th January 2013, 11:15
I was wondering where the definition was for 'Irene'. Presumably it's the hurricane of that name.
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john

7th January 2013, 11:16
Thanks everyone for your help here - much appreciated
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claudie

7th January 2013, 13:09
17A In a jolly embrace (5) I?A?M. 20D Monkey on a water wheel (5) S???A
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john

7th January 2013, 13:20
saki (monkey) plus a gives water wheel
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sidge

7th January 2013, 13:23
Sakia is a water wheel. Stuck on the other though IMAUM fits but makes no sense.
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john

7th January 2013, 13:27
inarm
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