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The things that I learn on this blog …. Does this one work? Thanks to pommers and RayT. Favourite was 1a. I was also slow to get 19d. Thanks setter and Pommers. You can also add your assessment by selecting from one to five stars at the bottom of the post. A place where you would find them is a word for a stack reversed up in a down clue and then a word for kept or owned placed around it outside. Plenty of American flavouring scattered through the puzzle so beware! What is the link? You must be feeling better, Mary! If you read the two clues as one sentence, it does make sense, although in this case, the image conjured up is not one that you migth want to think about for long! Back again from lunch and still reasonably compus mentis, well as much as I ever am. My cryptic muscle has been damaged, Mum still in hospital. It definitely felt like a Ray T to me β€” lots of tarts, sex appeal, the Queen, and all the quick crossword clues and answers are single words. In fact it actually took us longer than the Toughie. Really enjoyed this, you only had to look at the quickie to see this was RayT, 19d last in, 21 and 23a faves. Well done William. The others are great! Thanks to Ray for a very nice start to a sunny holiday Thursday β€” my favourites include the brill 12a and 21a. Thank you Pommers. Thanks to Pommers too. Start with R egina and follow with A from the clue and a chess piece and then insert capturing N knight in chess notation. Although I am a beginner, it did look like a Ray T. The one that held me up the most was 19d as it took me a long time longer than solving the rest of the puzzle and more to work out which word was the definition, particularly as the checking letters looked so much as if an idler might fit. Very Autumnal in Central London. I must admit, over the last few weeks I have learnt a lot of new words on this site. Nice puzzle so thanks muchly, but why all the American bits? The clues I like most are in blue and the answers can be seen by highlighting the space between the curly brackets. So it was one of yours! Call me old fashioned, but I like a bit of news on the front of newspapers. Anyway on reflection enjoyable.

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Done OK on the photos today. Similar experience with 19d which was my last in. Excellent fun all round.

Sign of a mispent youth? Needed 7 hints to finish. No complaints about these though? Definitiely a Ray T for me. Hi all. I think I see where you are coming from. I see the Telegraph and other papers are using more Olympics as an excuse in a cold sweat world 39; s biggest crossword fill up the front page with a giant picture.

Favourites were 6 12 and Very busy these days but I always find time for RayT! Lots of great clues including 1, 11, 14, 21 and 23a because of how they go together!

I think the definition is in a cold sweat world 39; s biggest crossword well concealed here. But both clues can be read and solved independently! Bit of a late start for you today?? Back later and perhaps even sober. Highlight the hidden word and press define.

He got me out too. I knew there was a word for it!! This is an educational place IMHO. Thank you Sue β€” something else I never knew! Forgot the Toughie tip again. Start with T ense and follow with a word for something you would get if you were having a massage. Me too β€” one continue reading those why did I say that comments.

She has a point though! Cheers all. Even with half the checkers it took me ages to unravel this one for some reason! Please leave a comment consider, best australian online poker sites apologise us what you thought.

Had never heard of 7d, one for the memory banks. Glad to say that it has now reappeared! GIve it a go. What surprised me was that, since he lives in France, he calls 12a cheese!!

This genus of plants which includes the primrose is also the brand name of a make of spready cheese. A struggle but highly well worth it.

It also means tire. I can tell a Jay from a a kilometre by now! I thought this was one of the most enjoyable puzzles from RayT for a while. How picky can one get? Mis-read your comment first time. Agree about punctuation Stan β€” ignore it, apart from the odd occasion when it is important. By the way, does anyone using an iPad have a similar problem to me in that I cannot get the answers given in the curly brackets? Very Autumnal in Oxford too. This was one of my last in as I was trying to think of an obscure type of cheese! I find it difficult to get started with his puzzles, but once under way I can make progress. Snap Definitely a Ray T. Quick check in the dictionary and it comes up as an alternative. No doubt all will be revealed in due course. Realise how much of an amateur I am as i got 13a straight away but the discussion, double duty et al has me thinking I should really study these… oh sod it just enjoy!! We struggled with this one. Had American on the brain by that time! Yes I agree with you pommers, if origins, or origins of hell is the definition then there are definitely words doing double duty! Thanks Ray. The Olympics must be saving them a fortune. With thanks to Ray T and Pommers. Thanks Mary. Late on duty today but I enjoyed this one by RayT as usual. Thought there were so many clever clues. Thanks to setter, and to pommers for the review. I agree with Wozza that this was crossword of the week. Not sure about the setter of this one. Gratuitous girls, bit of a car and a couple of bits of sea, AND a helicopter β€” how cool is that? It is a very nice Warbler but has two or three quite tricky unusual words in it. I struggled until approaching London when it all fell into place.