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#### pooksahib

26th January 2010, 19:47
Both of these answers were requested earlier. I can't see the logic 100% for either.

What a shower leaves about midnight in spas = watering places.

R.Attenborough loses lead in big old constituencies = rotten boroughs. Clearly based on an anagram but where do we add in the S? And replace the A with an O?

Many thanks.
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#### terry

26th January 2010, 19:51
a shower leaves "water in places." Add G,midd(le) night. A spa is a watering place.
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#### harrhy

26th January 2010, 19:54
What a shower leaves about midnight in spas = watering places.
The middle of night is g
A shower leaves water in places

R.Attenborough loses lead in big old constituencies = rotten boroughs. Clearly based on an anagram but where do we add in the S? And replace the A with an O?

Big = OS (outsize)

Hope that helps a bit
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#### terry

26th January 2010, 19:57
Loses lead = lose A (of Attenborough).
big = OS (out-size).
in = put ttenborough in OS.
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#### trevor

26th January 2010, 19:57
R=R