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mh

11th September 2010, 08:43
1a Novel missiles in black, gold (golden) - and the blue(6)A?????
2d "He who runs may read" (and he who sits still perhaps -)(7)??R?A??
The third letter of 1a equals the first of 2d.
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sophie

11th September 2010, 09:45
Possibly Arrows - Titles of novels?
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jimc

11th September 2010, 09:50
That's great Sophie!

It could make 2d rereads?

JimC
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mh

11th September 2010, 10:59
Thanks sophie and JimC. Does that make 3d Dog from London(5,4)W?I?E???G "white Flag", and 14a Nameless bard, or Italian(5)O?S?L, "ousel"? If so, please explain the wordplay!
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anniec

11th September 2010, 11:35
White Fang - novel by Jack London
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mh

11th September 2010, 13:21
Thanks anniec
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marianne

11th September 2010, 13:28
For MH

14 ACROSS is an Italian word meaning 'or' - often used in music. Add an 'n'(NAME) to this word and you get an imaginary Celtic poet who supposedly wrote an epic on the subject of the hero Fingal
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telescoper

11th September 2010, 17:40
For 2dn, "REREADS" certainly fits but can someone please explain the wordplay?

"He who runs may read" (and he who sits still -)


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mh

12th September 2010, 02:21
Thanks Marianne. I'd worked that one out once I had White Fang
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