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lady bee

21st March 2013, 22:10
Re 60. This is an anagram of the first two words which will give you a painter. Dignity and ???? form the subjects of one of his paintings.
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winnie

21st March 2013, 22:17
lady bee. I think 'mongrel' refers to ,anagram' of the first two words. Author of quiz has used some unusual words indicating anagrams this time . I thought the word was written as 1 word not 2. Thanks for help with 60 - will work on it.
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squizball

22nd March 2013, 00:58
final 3 needed any clues will be gratefully appreciated

18. R for Rottweiler? (3, 6)

30. Kid is heading for row. taking in stray dog. (3,7)

39. Youth is is taken aback in the capital to see small leopard! (8)




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lady bee

22nd March 2013, 07:50
18. Look in the dictionary at the very beginning of the R words.

30. Kid is not human; row is not argument; stray is a verb

39. Short word for youth, written backwards and inside a popular capital city. It will give an animal you've probably not heard of!

Talking of last ones, mine are: No.61 Camera came out to get revolutionary hunter who uses scent... (5) I was thinking a film title/character..

65. Greatly admired man retired after drink and then became a devoted person (6) Completely foxed by this one.

Any hints at all please?
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squizball

22nd March 2013, 08:30
thanks lady bee

61. take came out of camera add first name of famous revolutionary

65. the answer is printed in one of the other questions in the quiz, devoted canine
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lady bee

22nd March 2013, 08:56
Thanks for your help squizball. Actually I had tried previously taking came out of camera but it didn't lead me anywhere but now I have it.

Re 65 - if you are pointing me towards the penultimate question, I can't really see how the first two parts of the clue fit in.

If you need any further clues for yours, just shout.
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lady bee

22nd March 2013, 09:04
It's a bit early in the morning. I was thinking of an actual drink - I get it now. Thanks again for your help.
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squizball

22nd March 2013, 09:07
65. not a drink it means to drink, also look up one of the meanings of dog backwards

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winnie

22nd March 2013, 10:33
Still a few I am struggling with and a hint would be appreciated.
38. Picture of haughty people without Roger, but including the Duchess. 3,10
50 Naval man who had chair favoured by Byron. 9
52. Dean gets it in the neck when Carol takes gold and goes off 3,6
53.Stand carrying corpse is seen around backstreet.It's not one thing nor another. 6
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lady bee

22nd March 2013, 10:43
38. It's a film from years ago although I must admit I didn't get the 'Roger bit'

50. It's a person on board a merchant ship, the name of a chair and Byron's dog

52. It's an anagram of Carol and gold and Dean doesn't refer to a particular person, think religious man.

53. I really liked this answer. I think it was Australian slang. Something a coffin is placed on with street going back in the middle of it.

Hope these hints are helpful
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