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rocketman

17th February 2013, 23:48
At the risk of finding everyone safely tucked
up in bed, I'll just try a couple more!
25 Down - "Good story (if sometimes untrue)
omitting end - clever. (4) G---
31 Ac - "Noun in this may be rendered
Anglice". (6) -A---IC
The latter word begins where the former
one ends in the grid.
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rocketman

17th February 2013, 23:51
Sorry, there's only TWO spaces in the
middle of the second word and not THREE!
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les40

17th February 2013, 23:53
Gaelic
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brendan

17th February 2013, 23:53
31 Might be Gaelic
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les40

17th February 2013, 23:57
It is Gaelic

'N' (noun) is rendered (given up from) anagram of Anglice
And it's a sort of &lit explanation from the surface reading as the word Gaelic is a proper noun
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rocketman

18th February 2013, 00:00
Thanks to everyone for "Gaelic" - I should
have seen that one! That means that the
4-lettered one going down now begins with
"G" and ends with "G".
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les40

18th February 2013, 00:20
Gleg = clever

Not sure of the parse yet
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les40

18th February 2013, 00:21
Good = G + Story = Legend (omitting END)
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rocketman

18th February 2013, 00:23
Thanks, Les. I've never heard that word
before but it seems as good as any! Could
it be to do with pulling someone's leg?
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les40

18th February 2013, 00:26
It comes from Old English - To be wise / And the German Glau - Clear

Also, Sharp keen alert & clever
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