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2136: Howdunit

26 October 2013

9:00 AM

26 October 2013

9:00 AM

Six of the unclued entries (one of three words, three of two words and one hyphened; all in Chambers apart from one name; unchecked letters can spell ACTOR OR WOMEN ETC ARE CHIEF SUSPECT) share a connection which will allow the other two to be deduced.


9 Apparently overdrawn, and without a leg to stand on? (4)
11 Metal band twisted into antenna on the top of a building? (10)
14 A poster in the capital of Vietnam’s summer palace (6)
16 Old saw (5)
17 Took great steps to abridge editor (5)
20 Old plants initially tossed into filthy ash-can (7)
21 Feudal tenant taking half-dollar...

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