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liz

31st January 2009, 18:38
Have really enjoyed - and laughed at - the thread about textspeak! Back to the DT crossword which I am finding much harder this week than last. m stuck on 14d "Got into a mix-up with letters"
-n-g-a----, and 28a "Plainly visible in this giving proof" -----n-e. As a recent user of this forum I enjoy the banter as much as the clues! Thanks all.
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trevor

31st January 2009, 18:48
Hi Liz
14d might be "anagrammed"
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paul merrygold

31st January 2009, 18:50
Liz

I think the answer is ANAGRAMMED.

Which I think is an awful answer and I canot find any usage of the word

Regards Paul
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caravaggio

31st January 2009, 18:53
Hi Paul. Yes, that's what I have put in but, if you look at my other posts and the responses, you will find that we are in agreement that we're not happy with this Saturday's compiler! Best wishes, Caravaggio.
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terry

31st January 2009, 19:01
Your other one is probably EVIDENCE
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trevor

31st January 2009, 19:06
I think terry is right with EVIDENCE. I also agree that the wordplay is a bit poor.
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big dave

31st January 2009, 19:27
Liz

As someone who does the Telegraph crosswords online, you know when you submit them that you have all the answers correct, so I can confirm both of the above.

You may be interested in the following blog which is run by author James Cary and gives hints and answers on a daily basis (with occasional help from yours truly!).

http://crosswordendsinviolence.wordpress.com/

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liz

1st February 2009, 16:34
Thanks to all for your help, especially Big Dave for the alternative web address. I'm glad to have got this one out of the way!
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zaphod

1st February 2009, 19:32
I concur with the general sentiments around here.. a rubbish crossword this week .. no pen for me :D


Z.
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zaphod

1st February 2009, 19:34
Oh and I put MILLS for Ivory grinder.. Anyone remember Mrs Mills and her rather enthusiastic piano playing style?

What was the right answer?


Z.
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