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colin (swansea jack)

19th June 2010, 15:36
Assistance needed if you would be so kind.

One in France performing in harmony(6)-n-s--
What could have arisen from a sandwich (6)-a---e
Earlier brew of beer(6) --f--- The last but one letter could be an R.
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colin (swansea jack)

19th June 2010, 15:37
Is the first one UNISON?
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the joker

19th June 2010, 15:38
1-UNISON
3-BEFORE
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caravaggio

19th June 2010, 15:41
It looks as though the other one is sarnie.
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kemlo

19th June 2010, 15:41
The middle one isn't "sarnie", is it? (anagram)
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silly boy

19th June 2010, 15:43
Thought you'd have got the sarnie one Colin , or were you thinking of a butty ! lol ;o)
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colin (swansea jack)

19th June 2010, 15:55
Hello there Joker, Carravaggio and Kemlo,

Thank you for your assistance -Sarnie fits but didn't think the complier would use slang!!!

Whilst I have such a breadth of intellect available to me, would you kindly confirm that I have the correct answers to the following.

Always cross inside or outside (8) EXTERNAL Can you explain please.

Endlessly collecting fruit (6) RAISIN Get the fruit part ???end missing off raising.

Many thanks,

Colin.

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colin (swansea jack)

19th June 2010, 15:57
Hi Silly Boy,

Certainly I was not thinking of one of Peter's pies or is that the Blues and Pukka Pies are the Bluebirds???
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silly boy

19th June 2010, 15:58
Always ... eternal ..... eXternal(outside) ;o)
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kemlo

19th June 2010, 16:00
and yes to the Raisin(g)
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