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big dave

7th February 2009, 16:39
Imho today's Telegraph prize crossword was the poorest one for a long time. I put a few hints on my blog, and found that I was struggling to find any clues worth explaining.

What do others think?
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ash

7th February 2009, 17:13
Still stuck on 3.

8a Easterner had some unkempt hair. ?h?i
15d During Whitsun be a tennis-player not having suffered defeat. ???e?o?n
17a Being from Milan, a revolutionary. ???m?l

Thanks
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xfan

7th February 2009, 18:05
8a and 15d are hidden words. 17a is an anagram.
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ash

7th February 2009, 19:00
Thanks for the clues!

I had 24a wrong so that threw me for 15d!
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robert

7th February 2009, 20:49
8a= thai 15d= beaten 17a= animal
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r

7th February 2009, 20:54
sorry 17d should read unbeaten
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robert

7th February 2009, 20:56
I meant 15d, apologies...
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trevor

7th February 2009, 22:03
just curious,
what was the clue to 2A. (answer=much in demand)?
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fred

7th February 2009, 22:37
Trevor- the clue for 2 across was "Wanted a lot" (4,2,6)
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