Clues written by Sir S. Kaye
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Sir S. Kaye3514303440Jan 1953Jan 197421y 0mS. H. G. Kaye
 
 Clue wordAwardClueExplanation
1973-1974
95THUNDERCLAPVHCCareless punch dealt around back part of ear could deafen oner in anag.
75GROCETERIAVHCHerein reduced produce: tea, rice…, artfully arrangedgro(w) + anag., & lit.
1972-1973
27VINEGARVHCBeing against trendy preposterous fashion, I dress austerelyv in + rage (rev.); austere = sour
23SCLERODERMICVHCI’m mad about Emil’s record of a tough caseanag. incl. c.; ref. ‘Emil und die Detektive’
5SCEUOPHYLAXVHCHe’s left care of a top quality pyx, perhapsanag. incl. L, c/o, U, & lit.
Ximenes competitions
1970-1971
1158ELEPHANT-SEALSecondIt might well chew up a pen and eat shellanag. & lit.; pen = cuttle-bone
1140CALLOUSVHCLike Rachman, making occasion to evict endlesslycall ous(t); notorious landlord
1115FLESH-POTTERYVHCThe ropy Left’s mucked up high standard of livinganag.
1969-1970
1093MARTINETVHCPerfection of execution, on the spot—I might be satisfied inducing thatart in in me, & lit.
1089ENCLOISTERVHCSet in contracted cell or put in order?anag. incl. cel(l), & lit.; religious order
1071ORACLE (Printer’s Devilry)VHCThe tragic mo/ment Man by Nature was tricked into murderOthello
1062CALLING-CRABSecondIt’s a typical pincer movement, requiring craft to frustratecalling crab3 & lit.
1968-1969
1036CORONETEDVHCDisheartened about a ring at the cheapest price? A bride might beO net in cored
1023CONSOLEVHCTo cheer the chap no end, a Test selector’s head should rollco(d) + (I)nsole; cod4; Doug I.
1015HOAR-HEADEDVHCTennis pro—seed (bottom half)—without fibre and showing agerhea (=fibre) in Hoad + (se)ed; ref. Lew H.
1010MOTORISTVHCI’m sort to run amok—I take folk for a rideanag.
1967-1968
1002PILLAGEThirdLeader of Party that’s inducing mounting rancour should get the sackP + gall (rev.) in i.e.
1000THOUSANDVHCLeader of tricksters, the old dog has encompassed itt + SA in hound, & lit.
997TREACLEVHCForm of electuary? Yes, usage initially expressedanag. less y, u, & lit.
984Word containing a first name (Anonymous)VHCBond’s after a bit—pretty hot stuffTURM-ERIC; Linklater, author; link later; ’s = has
971MAGOTPIE / ANECDOTE (Right and Left)VHCDecadent, losing head and crazy about love (so the story goes), this old bird sounds a fancy dishO in anag. less D; maggot pie; maggot = whim
967CREMOSINVHCForeign incomers often like the colour of a coronationanag.; coronation = carnation, Spens.
962PALINGFirstEarly stop in recurrent adverse balance of trade might well protect poundlin in gap (rev.); pound2
958DRY MEASUREVHCProhibition? That couldn’t stop you getting a pint of this brewdry measure; brew = variety
1966-1967
954CERATE (Printer’s Devilry)VHC“P.D.” is a proper fa/st one—needs guts to complete 
949BROWSINGVHCWorking jaws into a rick?rows in bing & lit.; rick1; row3 (= a scolding = jaw)
941HYPODERMICVHCIt could make me rich introducing narcotic arounddopy (rev.) in anag.
935MALAPROPVHCCircle with felicity forward or backward in geometric plan (as misclued by herself?)lap + or (rev.) all in map; velocity, geographic
933COTTABUSVHCIt, to be brief, could be seen in the equivalent of a bar in Greek territory.’t in tabu in Cos, & lit.
924MIMESTER / PECULATE (Right and Left)VHCPrig, putting large silver coin in the collection, makes show of excelling others—not half—the buffoon!écu in plate; mimes (bet)ter
916DIAPASONSecondYou’ll get no liveliness to assist lifting out of this standard of pitchno sap aid (all rev.); ref. cricket
911DRAGONVHCMonitor: one who shows skill keeping horseplay within boundsrag in don (= adept)
1965-1966
894WITENAGEMOTVHCSalt’s out! A number end up going in for this old dietten + omega (rev.) in wit
885GALIMATIASVHCAmalgam, is it, without introduction of mercury? Not strictly; its ingredients are too unlikeanag. less m
864PATERNALVHCPop’s thin liquor—needs a gin (about third of Gordon’s) in it. Now, put it back!(Go)r(don’s) in a net, in lap2 (n.), (all rev.)

 
HCs awarded to Sir S. Kaye
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1973-1974
  97 TREBUCHET
 
1972-1973
  50 CORPULE(N)T (Letters Latent)
  43 A neologism (Neologisms)
  40 FANTOCCINI
  36 CRUSADER
  18 EPIGONE
 
Ximenes competitions
 
1970-1971
  1154 CLARIONET
  1119 RONDE (Printer’s Devilry)
  1110 IMPERSONATE
 
1969-1970
  1106 LEXICOGRAPHY
  1100 BEAU(C)LER(C) (Letters Latent)
  1097 PANTOPHAGIST
  1091 WENCESLAS
  1084 ANGEL-FOOD
 
1968-1969
  1054 PINACOTHECA
  1049 SLANGWHANGER
  1045 SPLIT / MOUTH (Right and Left)
  1041 TEA-LEAD
  1039 TEGMEN def. LEGION (Wrong Number)
  1028 SATIRE
  1019 DISCORD (Misprints)
 
1967-1968
  989 GRENADINE
  980 OMNIBUSES
 
1966-1967
  945 OBLITERATE
  920 ARISTATE (Printer’s Devilry)
 
1965-1966
  902 WINCOPIPE
  890 DEBENTURE
  878 ENTOMOSTRACA
  860 CORSAGE
 
1964-1965
  856 RODOMONTADE
  851 Sire & Dam (Sire & Dam)
  847 FRENETICAL
  834 CARRIED
 
1953 (1)
  213 LEMONADE
 


Annual Honours record of Sir S. Kaye
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YearPrizes
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1973-19740 2 1
1972-19730 3 5
 
Ximenes competitions
1970-19711 (0, 1, 0) 2 3 13
1969-19701 (0, 1, 0) 3 5 9
1968-19690 4 7 14
1967-19682 (1, 0, 1) 6 2 2
1966-19671 (0, 1, 0) 7 2 4
1965-19660 3 4
1964-19650 0 4
 
1953 (1)0 0 1