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Coffee 12:47 Thu Apr 2
Another WHOers crossword
Another 30 clues that lead to WHOer names.

Neither Henry nor Richard stock tackle (12)
To which alien life forms apply a comb (4, 6)
An angle for young louts (4, 6)
Not Jerry’s parent (7)
The province of a superlatively bad bag (5, 4, 7)
Santa, NM, follows more than nothing and less than both (3, 4)
A fan equally at home near Waterloo as in southern fens (16)
Strictly speaking a female, but the male is after propriety in advancing biased information (5)
An oriental claw, for example (10)
Mary Poppins started it and the Prince of Wales continued, but was cut short by disapproving sound (4, 4, 3, 3)
Aristocratic belles first appear in a place known for rails (5, 4)
Wembley trophy belonging to Adamson (3, 2, 3)
Not a Fräulein, but a Teutonic hammer can still bang it (5)
More than a Ferrum above the Frontière Internationale (13)
Belongs to Wessex baker’s diminutive (4)
IPA, not ale, communicates a course with paid accommodation that houses Dad (3)
A number’s gone from atomic number 30, but nothing’s added (4)
A land or a circuit, take your pick, they’re both after Juliet (4)
Just no multiples before Rosie’s owner (15)
A male quail, so to speak (3, 1)
Displacing water, then moving it around for tea (4)
Richard experiences discomfort, poor chap (4, 5)
Bad pig fat, possibly related to a senior naval officer (7)
That M Pain’s a confused fellow (5)
No longer beneath, Romeo takes over Peruvian capital in Welsh boozer’s play for voices (8)
Not Golden Oldie, but still an intense dislike for Cohen (7, 6)
Colourless crap, in a way of speaking (5, 4)
Not a Gooner’s added a kilo in turn (4)
Saxon Bill takes Roman address, indifferently it’s said (6, 4)
The brother known to you and your type (7)

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Worst Case Ontario 1:34 Mon Apr 6
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Good thing I cut sideways not lengthwise after that last crossword.

Alfie 2:25 Mon Apr 6
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5 across 4 down

titty wank

gph 2:17 Mon Apr 6
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Aberdeen's an answer in the proper crossword thread, if that makes you feel better.

Aberdeen Iron 2:36 Sun Apr 5
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No Aberdeen Iron again.

Fcking Euro96ers.

bell 12:02 Sun Apr 5
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*knocks over Coffee*

Iron Duke 11:20 Sat Apr 4
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That’s two I didn’t make it on Coffee.

Let’s just leave it there.

Coffee 8:50 Sat Apr 4
Re: Another WHOers crossword
Answers.

Neither Henry nor Richard stock tackle (12) TOMSHARDWARE
To which alien life forms apply a comb (4, 6) ALFS BARNET
An angle for young louts (4, 6) CHAV CORNER
Not Jerry’s parent (7) TOMSDAD
The province of a superlatively bad bag (5, 4, 7) WORST CASE ONTARIO
Santa, NM, follows more than nothing and less than both (3, 4) ONE IRON
A fan equally at home near Waterloo as in southern fens (16) LOWERMARSHHAMMER
Strictly speaking a female, but the male is after propriety in advancing biased information (5) GOOSE
An oriental claw, for example (10) EASTHAMMER
Mary Poppins started it and the Prince of Wales continued, but was cut short by disapproving sound (4, 4, 3, 3) CHIM CHIM CHA BOO
Aristocratic belles first appear in a place known for rails (5, 4) DARLO DEBS
Wembley trophy belonging to Adamson (3, 2, 3) CUP OF TEA
Not a Fräulein, but a Teutonic hammer can still bang it (5) NAGEL
More than a Ferrum above the Frontière Internationale (13) IRONSOFCANADA
Belongs to Wessex baker’s diminutive (4) ALFS
IPA, not ale, communicates a course with paid accommodation that houses Dad (3) GPH
A number’s gone from atomic number 30, but nothing’s added (4) ZICO
A land or a circuit, take your pick, they’re both after Juliet (4) JLAP
Just no multiples before Rosie’s owner (15) ONLY1BILLYBONDS
A male quail, so to speak (3, 1) DAN M
Displacing water, then moving it around for tea (4) WD40
Richard experiences discomfort, poor chap (4, 5) MIKE OXSAW
Bad pig fat, possibly related to a senior naval officer (7) MALLARD
That M Pain’s a confused fellow (5) MANIP
No longer beneath, Romeo takes over Peruvian capital in Welsh boozer’s play for voices (8) MIRKWOOD
Not Golden Oldie, but still an intense dislike for Cohen (7, 6) LEONARD HATRED
Colourless crap, in a way of speaking (5, 4) WHITE PONY
Not a Gooner’s added a kilo in turn (4) GANK
Saxon Bill takes Roman address, indifferently it’s said (6, 4) KAISER ZOSO
The brother known to you and your type (7) BRUUUNO

Worst Case Ontario 1:38 Fri Apr 3
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To which alien life forms apply a comb (4, 6)

Alfs barnet

defjam 12:49 Fri Apr 3
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stewie griffin 3:58 AG!

Mike Oxsaw 8:09 Thu Apr 2
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Aha!

Richard experiences discomfort, poor chap (4, 5)

:-) :-) :-)

stewie griffin 3:58 Thu Apr 2
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Has completely failed to sort out what he was supposed to sort out for his solid buddy (6)


Defjam



Correct

defjam 3:51 Thu Apr 2
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Moncurs Putting Iron 3:50 FFS! :)

defjam 3:51 Thu Apr 2
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Colourless crap, in a way of speaking (5, 4)

White Pony

Moncurs Putting Iron 3:50 Thu Apr 2
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Colourless crap, in a way of speaking (5, 4)

White Pony

defjam 3:50 Thu Apr 2
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To which alien life forms apply a comb (4, 6)

Alfs barnet

only1billybonds 3:32 Thu Apr 2
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Wembley trophy etc. = Cup of tea

Not golden oldie etc. = Leonard Hatred

A land or a circuit etc. = jlap

Coffee 2:31 Thu Apr 2
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All correct, except zeb 2:23.

zebthecat 2:24 Thu Apr 2
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That M Pains a confused fellow (5)

Manip

zebthecat 2:23 Thu Apr 2
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Bad pig fat, possibly related to a senior naval officer (7)

Admiral

charleyfarley 2:22 Thu Apr 2
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A land or a circuit, take your pick, they’re both after Juliet (4) jlap

charleyfarley 2:21 Thu Apr 2
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Not a Gooner’s added a kilo in turn (4) gank

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