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mh

19th September 2010, 11:26
This could be Wellington boot mark from move by man(4)ARC?. Mark from 'march', ie move by man? But what is the connection with Wellington boot (mark?) please
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chrisg

19th September 2010, 11:45
Arch also means leader/chief etc...boot mark (m) from move (march)...thats my interpretation !
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mh

19th September 2010, 11:49
Thanks chrisg
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chrisg

19th September 2010, 11:58
...and I am a big fan of 1 across !!
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chips

19th September 2010, 12:29
Now you've got me intrigued about 1A!
Having a delicious rump, you pig out in California on outskirts of LA (11)
All I have i -a.........
Any wee pointers?
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chrisg

19th September 2010, 12:36
the answer relates to lovely buttocks !
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dandelion

19th September 2010, 12:43
Thanks for that tip chrisg. What a lovely word!
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ajt

19th September 2010, 13:04
1ac is an anagram - indicated in the clue
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ajt

19th September 2010, 13:06
Incidentally, of 1 ac, Chambers says"an epithet of Aphrodite". Just goes to show, some things never change
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big dave

19th September 2010, 13:19
I was somewhat surprised that no-one realised that the Arch referred to in the first clue is the Wellington Arch:

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