NTSPP – 078 (Review)
A crossword by Hieroglyph
Hieroglyph marks his return to the NTSPP with a crossword that will delight those who like anagrams. 14 of the clues involve full or partial anagrams – 21 if you count the separate words in the long anagram at 1a.
The preponderance of anagrams made this a very easy crossword to solve – one of the easiest to date in the NTSPP series. Being able to get the long solution from just the enumeration undoubtedly helped but a little more variety in the clues would have been welcome for this solver.
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Not the Saturday Prize Puzzle – 078
A Puzzle by Hieroglyph
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Welcome to the latest in our series of weekly puzzles.
This week we have our second puzzle from Hieroglyph. Solve the long anagram and you’ve done nearly half the puzzle!
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Daily Telegraph Cryptic No 26624 (Hints)
Big Dave’s Saturday Crossword Club
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[I am in Cheltenham today for the exciting 3D Sloggers & Betters meeting (see sticky post) so Tilsit will be compiling the hints. BD]
As is usual for the weekend prize crosswords, a few of the more difficult clues have been selected and hints provided for them.
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