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Crossword solution

2475: Poem VI - solution

10 October 2020

9:00 AM

10 October 2020

9:00 AM

The poem was The Brook by Alfred Tennyson. The words were HERN (8A), LINGER (20), BRIMMING (32A), FLOW (40), TROUT (44), SLIP (2), SPARKLE (6), SWALLOWS (21), BICKER (32D) and STARS (37). ALFRED TENNYSON (diagonally from 1) was to be shaded.

First prize R.A. Percy, Southport, North Carolina
Runners-up Hugh Alpin, London SW19
Rosie Bailey, Swindon

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