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C. G. Millin2071312182319232Dec 1965Dec 2010
 
No.Clue wordClueExplanation
2010A COMING OF AGEIt could spell the start of adulthood and of magic goneanag. incl. a, & lit.
1515SNIDENasty innuendos could be this – also nouncomp. anag. & lit.
1225CURRYHot dish with shapely figure, right for form of plunging neckliner for V in curvy
1043PESTO (Printer’s Devilry)Vaulting above tunnel entrance appears inane, sca/ryref. film ‘The Wooden Horse’
866NECTAREOUSLike a drop of elixir? With that inside, do not use care in anag.
757ETHEROMANIAC (Misprints)A race on the M1 is ridiculous – one is sure to get bookedhooked; anag.
744SKIRL-IN-THE-PAN / COFFEE-DISEASE (Right and Left)Sizzling hot skin tan peril – ghastly shade of brown – peculiar seaside affliction of the madder typeanag. incl. h; coffee + anag.
473HERRING-BONELike a walk up a ski-slope – hard to take without backslidingerring in H bone; bone = steal
430TEGULAWhat the fiddler might have played on, in the filmgu in tela, & lit.; ref. Fiddler on the Roof
243OLYMPICWe have such champions, nearly all on water and iceo(n) lymp(h) ic(e), & lit.
161ANCONI’ve got four short legs: one must get caught that sidean c on; on = leg side
Ximenes competitions
1091WENCESLASA covering on the earth, dry and unspoilt, lay round about—I saw itsal4 sec new (all rev.), & lit.
882SNAPDRAGONA Christmas game in which you have to explore inside spirit, alightdrag in snap, on, & lit.