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stevezodiac

6th March 2014, 12:25
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A competition to compose the best cryptic clue, judged by your fellow contestants.

You may enter as many clues as you like and everybody is welcome to have a go.

Please feel free to explain your clue if you think it will help.

Everybody who enters may vote for their favourite clue - please include the post number.

The entry with the most votes wins and its composer sets next week's competition.

Please post your clues by 1pm tomorrow, Friday 7th March, when voting opens - deadline 22.00 that evening.

The setter has a deciding vote in the event of a tie and may change the rules if necessary.

It is customary for the setter to award an online prize when declaring the winner.

The answer to be clued this week is:

PERSIFLAGE (10)

Have fun.
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aristophanes

6th March 2014, 12:40
Having upset peers, I adopt standard for kidding around (10)
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rambler

6th March 2014, 13:35
Icelandic theatre company going west to promote English satire (10)
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chrise

6th March 2014, 13:37
Banter about loud French parsley with maturity! (10)

F for loud with PERSIL (French parsley "about") then AGE = maturity.
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chrise

6th March 2014, 13:41
Flippancy? Eager flips, anyway! (10)
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mrw

6th March 2014, 13:42
Its a false gripe that's banded about on a crossword solver site. (10)
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ixion

6th March 2014, 13:53
Parse "if leg is pulled" explaining wordplay(10)
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ginge

6th March 2014, 13:57
It makes a mockery if a convict is "imprisoned" by himself outside! (10)
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redundantelf

6th March 2014, 14:57
Possibly rifles through page to find witty remark (10)
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redundantelf

6th March 2014, 15:10
Perhaps Saltire hanging on crooked spire meets with English ridicule (10)
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