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10th January 2009, 22:24
I think other responses miss the "drops" as a verb factor. I was steering you towards "weir" becaused if you "sound" the depth of water it is lower below the weir than above, the level actually drops. The word "tier" fits, and indeed is syonymous with "teardrop" but does not in my view carry the same provenance. But what do I know? Good luck.
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11th January 2009, 02:32
Times Jumbo Cryptic 794
52 down: Drop in sound level here (4)

For quite a while, I had the answer as "flat"
"Drop in sound" (music - a flattened note) level here (flat).
I thought that was a good clue, for that answer.oh well!
I can't grasp your "wier" explanation at all, I'm afraid.
all the best.Trevor
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11th January 2009, 02:55
Hi Xfan
I just read my last message and I thought it sounded a bit rude. Please forgive me, not intentional...
...although, the answer has to be "tier"?
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