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therogue

29th January 2013, 11:57
CLUELESS 97

Welcome to Clueless, our informal weekly clue-setting competition.

The idea is to compose a cryptic clue to a given word or phrase

The winner of the previous week’s competition both sets the word/phrase to be clued and judges the entries for the current week.

The judge’s decision is final; reasons may or may not be given at the judge’s discretion. It is customary for the judge to donate a virtual prize to the winner.

To be fair to others, please do not make any comments on entries until after the winner has been declared.

Multiple entries may be submitted and new competitors are particularly welcome.

Feel free to give an explanation of your clue if you wish.

The answer to be clued is: LEAD (4)

Clues to be submitted by 16.30 tomorrow (Wednesday 30th January) and the winner will be announced soon after.

Good luck!
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chrise

29th January 2013, 12:04
Coming first, like Paul Bunyan, symbolically. (4)
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redundantelf

29th January 2013, 12:20
Preside over the French these days (4)
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pastille

29th January 2013, 12:20
Drive westwards? No deal. (4)
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redundantelf

29th January 2013, 12:28
Mettle we hear, for a done deal (4)
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redundantelf

29th January 2013, 12:31
Slight re jig

Required mettle we hear, for a done deal. (4)
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bullfrog

29th January 2013, 12:51
Go first to show the way for the star of the show (4)
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greedy kite

29th January 2013, 14:02
Give me a clue, I'll give the boy an article (4)
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mrw

29th January 2013, 14:28
A Plumber flashing on a church roof could turn out to be a big deal. (4)
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mrw

29th January 2013, 14:38
2B or not 2B that is the question, or perhaps 3B or HB or 2H. (4)
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