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yorkgirl

11th May 2010, 21:22
Is it flying from the warship's mast when it is dressed for a ceremonial occasion?[7]
Physical exercise taken at home,adds up to these? [7]

Any ideas??
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terry

11th May 2010, 21:25
The second one is "jerkin".

The first one is either "bunting" or "overall".
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yorkgirl

11th May 2010, 22:00
Thanks terry.I dont understand why but at this stage do I really care.
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terry

11th May 2010, 22:47
Yorkgirl,
I can't bear the thought of going through the bunting/overall thing again.
There is another thread titled "apparel" posted by "david" on (about) page 7 of this one. If you look at it you can make your own mind up.
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sammi

11th May 2010, 22:57
Originally I was certain it was "bunting" seemed better than "overall" not so sure now!
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ixion

11th May 2010, 23:04
cameron/clegg say it's overbun
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sammi

11th May 2010, 23:20
or "bunover"
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alex

11th May 2010, 23:36
Jerkins? I can see the wordplay but why is it a plural when the other answers are singular? I know the clue calls for a plural but isn't it more likely to be a pair of somethings? But I can't think what.
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alex

11th May 2010, 23:50
I'm thinking panties
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kookaburra

11th May 2010, 23:56
Ah! A recrudescence of the BUNTING/OVERALL debate. Interested parties should check out 1979 video clip of The Village People performing "In the Navy" on the deck of a warship. Guess what's flying from the mast.
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