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Hello – BIG 292 2017

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Christine Lovatt

You may have come across various art terms or architectural descriptions as clues in our crosswords, such as ‘Ornate art style’ for BAROQUE or ‘Medieval architectural style’ for GOTHIC. Yet it’s interesting to realise that these terms were all originally created as insults, by contemporaries who didn’t appreciate the new ways of doing things.

Gothic architecture was at first called ‘the French Style’ because it came from France – eg Notre Dame cathedral [more…]

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22 05, 2017

VARIETY PRIZE PUZZLE Winners (Issue 88)

CROSSWORD
Sol: Boxer
Scanpan Wok and Lid
Rita Maguire, Ermington NSW.

CLUEDUNNIT
Sol: Sylvester Stallone
Kindle Voyage e-reader
Claire Polgar, Redbank Plains QLD.

CROSS OUT
Sol: Kayak
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17 05, 2017

COLOSSUS WINNERS (Issue 304)

CASHWORDS JACKPOT
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BAFFLER
3 x £50
Janet Ball, Aldershot; Ron Boulstridge, Tamworth; Shirley Hills, Lightwater.

GIANT CRYPTIC
£100
Sheila Ely, Colchester.

2 x £25 Love2Shop voucher
Graham [more…]

17 05, 2017

CROSSWORD PUZZLE COLLECTION Winners (Issue 109)

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DOUBLE MONSTER
£100
Miss M Izzard, Crowborough.

MONSTER COLOSSUS
£50
Charles Kettlewell, Thirsk.

2 x £25
Felicitas Rees, Glasserton; Brenda Gladdish, Sidcup.

MONSTER STARHUNT
Solution: Al [more…]

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