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2575: Problem XIII

1 October 2022

9:00 AM

1 October 2022

9:00 AM

Singers will know that where ‘Q’ = ‘the number of’: Q34/22A x Q41/39/1D x Q3/8/38 = Q the 14. 41/39/1D is a 7D. 3/8/38 is four words in total.


1 Ship transported new preemies (11)

7 Salary drama lecturer forfeited (3)

11 Parrot crosses centre for orris plants (6)

13 A smart criminal and former scholar (7)

15 Hard-up duke ditched rotten rowing boat (5)

17 Smart subaltern’s snazzy sword guard (5)

18 Woman with floor-covering HM adopts (6)

19 Female Irish scholar (4)

21 Garish German brightened unknown Yankee (6)

23 Test out very good new...

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