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livs

4th March 2013, 00:14
Here we go again! This time I couldn't sign in at the main page because an advert for ITV covers half of the sign-in box.

I managed to sign in at the crossword page but the crossword (print version) isn't there yet. Can anyone see the interactive one? It's by Brummie.
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livs

4th March 2013, 00:17
Ooh ooh ooh! It's there! Just goes to show, repeatedly jabbing the same buttons on the computer DOES make it work.
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dizoz

4th March 2013, 00:32
hi livs, just had a look at Genius 117. IT'S ONE OF THOSE TWISTERS-----EVERY CLUE IS INVOLVED IN CONFUSING US SOLVERS > :>)) best of luck!!
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livs

4th March 2013, 00:44
I know, dizoz - aaaargh!!!
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dizoz

4th March 2013, 01:03
hi livs, I have a plan of action on this one. step one- find the seven anagram definitions (think i've got one, already). what do you think??
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livs

4th March 2013, 01:16
I agree. Just been trying but the only one that leaps out is 14D and I can't match any of the possibilities to the first part of the clue.

I thought 6A might be another one, but I have the same difficulty in actually solving it.

19A first word makes an interesting one, but who knows?

On the other hand, 20D looked like it should be an anagram but the only thing it makes doesn't seem to have a definition there or elsewhere.

This one is outside my comfort zone and I think I'm going to go to bed - I'm in the UK. If you're in Oz then I wish you luck with it!
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livs

4th March 2013, 01:20
Oh, and 21A and 22A first bits go together - ? I dunno. It's a bit tenuous.

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ixion

4th March 2013, 01:22
This one's a tougher than normal...10A is one of the anagram defn's and I think 6A is too.
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livs

4th March 2013, 01:26
Hiya, yeah I wondered about 10A but I have two poss anag's and neither of them is anything to do with psychiatrists. Have I misunderstood the instructions, cos nothing's going together at the moment? The anag'd definition has the rest of the clue in the same number clue, right?
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dizoz

4th March 2013, 01:30
hi livs,ixion. I think 16a is definitely anagram. not easy , eh!
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