Answer: HAWKER. The solution is for “itinerant sellers” and “those who hunt with raptors.” 26. Ending the disappointment? This can have an impact on the title (4.10) As always, you can find my finished solution below with explanations of my solutions where I have them. I hope you find it useful. You can find links to solutions for the last 100 of these things on my Just For Fun page if a recent jumbo has had nightmares for you. In the meantime, there are old reviews of the usual dusty old books and a story of me. Answer: AERIAL PINGPONG (i.e. “rules,” apparently a recognized reference to Australian Rules Football, also known as… Well, you guessed it). “Reworked” indicates an anagram. Solution is an anagram of APPEARING LONG I.
Here`s another where the setter plays badly, but just a second yellow escapes. Nevertheless, it makes more sense to let Setter make a double jump to arrive at the solution, i.e. the aka solution, especially if the solution is not particularly known to the Poms, and, even worse, cut it into a delicate part of the grid with even sharp letters that are often more difficult. It`s not pretty. Answer: PEPPERED (i.e. “showered”). The solution is P (a recognized acronym for “Penny”) placed “in” PE and PE (i.e. “double PE”) followed by RED (i.e. “rinsed”), such as: PE-(P)-PE-RED. The clue is a little clumsy, but it works.
Ish. Answer: MARTIAL ARTS (i.e. “Karate, etc.)) The solution is a homophone (indicated by “alleged”) by MARSHAL (i.e. “officer”), followed by DARTS (i.e. “game”) as soon as the first letter has been deleted (indicated by “disconnection”). In other news, I tried to hold on again with the new WordPress editor — the one I put under more and more pressure — and I had to bypass it once more and go back to the old publisher. Unfortunately, the new editor is bad, it imposes concepts such as blocks of documents that are not easy to do for these kinds of articles, and hides useful controls in tedious menus and no longer detects frequently used keyboard shortcuts. (No Ctrl-U for painting? Seriously?) Producing these contributions in the new publisher is like getting out of your teeth. I really appreciate the kind words and support I get in the comments every week, so I`ll continue to reflect on how these posts once WordPress finally kills its classic editor. Does anyone object to me posting these things as PDFs, for example? Would this have a negative impact on accessibility for all? Let me know in the comments. Answer: WARRANTOR (i.e.
“a guarantee”). The solution is RANT (i.e. “intemperate speech”) followed by OR (i.e. “men,” especially the other ranks of the British army). The whole thing is then placed after or “supporting” – it is a hint of down – WAR (i.e. conflict), as war-(RANT-OR). Answer: SCARLET PIMPERNEL (i.e. “flower”). The rest of the clue refers to Baroness Orczy`s play and novel The Scarlet Pimpernel, in which the hero of the same name would save Aristos, destined for the guillotine, while making him live like a nobleman.
“We`re looking for him here! We`ll look for him there! They weren`t tough enough when he made an appearance here a few months ago.