Overseas Agreement Crossword
Very late in today`s. I hope I don`t lose a point. I`m only halfway there, but I`m really stuck. After a tasty, socially distant lunch to celebrate a friend`s special birthday (before the storm starts), I`m not sure my brain can work out the rest of the crossword puzzles. Maybe I need to succumb to the answers. Thank you Setter, and Miffypops. I did my best. (No, I didn`t) 1a the school did something to get reciprocal agreements (8) COMPACTS: Start with the abbreviated name of a school, Students of all skills takes and add a word of meaning does something or measures Hooray on a Thursday and I solved the crossword puzzles without too much help 😃 Favorites 10a 4d 👍 Thanks to the Setter and Bill Brewer especially for the Clip Of Jake Thackeray, his sister Josephine is a great looking in the Dictionary of Tryers. The one used by the crossword editor. You`ll see he`s right. Below are the possible answers to the Paris Agreement on Desein crossword puzzles.
(“Harvest” and “Advent” may also be seasons, but are probably less useful for those who put crossword puzzles.) Late in today`s show, as sometimes life in the crossword path. I don`t know if saving on a few cups of tea instead of coffee, there was another dimension, but it felt a bit unorthodox and a dated touch. I didn`t count, but there seemed to be a flood of homophones (two Indians in a clue, 12a!), and I found the 5d wordplay a bit strange. After saying everything, it was my only problem, the 24a parsing, which I couldn`t figure out. Favorite 11a or 13d. 3/3 thanks to Setter and MP for his usually entertaining blog. Found, this quite simple, apart from 5d and 19a. enigmatic instructions for the former and my lack of general knowledge for the latter. Note that more GK slip into cryptic crossword puzzles.
Have fun with the right amount of tricks for a Thursday morning – I`ll say that the Insulanians in 21a are these days in a terrible crowd of crossword puzzles — perhaps to remind us, that they exist, so we will remember to visit, if we are ever left out of the country 25a Promise, not book (6) LEDGER: one that makes a promise, distress, vows, oath, commitment, compact, agreement, contract or confederation must have their first letter withdrawn to leave a book with accounts that I started really well, then slower and slower, but eventually ended up being done – harder than it seemed at first. 5d was one of those that had to be what it was, but I really had no idea why. The two long, simple anagrams — so I saw them quickly — helped. I had to look for Basil`s wife`s first name and the names of the men in the boat. The general style was unusual — who got an idea of who put the crossword puzzles today? I liked 19 and 23a and my favorite was either 24a or 22d. Thanks to the one who put this and to MP. The joy of arriving late on the blog (a dry day back on the golf course where the sky opened when we left the 18th) is in reading the comments – Banter plus of course the conclusion of the risk joke – the very good Manders – can imagine that Victoria Wood does him justice. What the crossword puzzles (done early in the morning) though was another slow start, but eventually ceded to a conclusion. Wasn`t anywhere near Parsing 5d, but couldn`t be anything else, 24a Parsing put me at dawn just after a later reading – got 8d on the pun, but checked with Mr. G. Firm the favorites were 4d-19a.
Back, it`s pretty amazing, so I think a stiff drink and a hot bath can be reasonable, although unlike Daisy, I`m not going to try to do the toughie at the same time as I`m probably going to nod and drop the iPad thanks to the setter to MP – conscientiously for the Van-Track – I`m not going to try to make the big song out of a wonderful album.