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baberuth

6th April 2009, 00:34
I'm sorry I can't see how you arrive at suitcase. Obviously used by travellers but is it an anagram of something?
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paulinep

6th April 2009, 03:11
SUIT and CASE are both legal terms used when actions are taken.
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jim

23rd May 2009, 16:26
"EXTENSIONS" is my best guess so far.
Hair extensions were common in Shakespearean times. House extensions, of course. Not confident about the "two extremes" part of the clue, though. Maybe someone else can see an angle.
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jim

23rd May 2009, 16:42
RE: "Items of Shakespearean headgear come from two extremes". Apologies, I see that Jim C has already suggested "EXTENSIONS" as a possible answer.

"come from two extremes" is the sticky part. Extensions in music are notes beyond the normal range, i.e. above or below the stave. hmm maybe ...
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greg

23rd May 2009, 21:52
Watch out for these "two extremes"! They are surprising, for me at least. The quiz setter is having some fun!
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greg

23rd May 2009, 21:57
From another forum: they referred to clue 2 of the same puzzle (not the answer, but the clue), which then yields the answer to this clue.
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greg

23rd May 2009, 22:58
How did this thread get back to the top again, when the quiz is so old and all the clues seem to have been solved?
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