Ximenes Competition No. 1093  Ximenes Slip  |  < 1091  |  1097 >  |  Other competitions
No.DateClue wordClue typeClues
1093 Jan 1970MARTINET normal23

 

AwardClue writerClueExplanation
FirstA. H. JonesBeliever in bull market, I make a clear profitmart I net; bull = military discipline
SecondW. G. ArnottHighland cow’s one difficulty—being too fond of bullmart2 I net; ’s = has; being, noun; bull = military discipline
ThirdP. R. ClemowTart I must be with men improperly dressedanag. & lit.
VHCC. Allen BakerHe who drives must remain t.t.anag.; must4 = frenzied
VHCF. D. H. AtkinsonI love to dominate men: it’s the wayward tart in meanag.
VHCB. W. BrookI make ’em train to a Tanag. + T, & lit.
VHCA. H. P. CardewTrain ’em rough! That’s me to a Tanag. + T, & lit.
VHCN. C. DexterIt heads N. in a spring month to land hereit (rev.) in Mar net (vb.), & lit.; bird
VHCP. D. GaffeyI drive too hard; car overturns and I feature in courttram (rev.) + I + net
VHCC. JonesJock’s fat cow swallows harrow spike—and that’s some swallowtine in mart2; bird
VHCSir S. KayePerfection of execution, on the spot—I might be satisfied inducing thatart in in me, & lit.
VHCJ. R. KirbyWas introduced to train misfits within its scopeanag. in met, & lit.; obs. system
VHCDr J. P. LesterOrder not strictly met—I rantanag. & lit.
VHCMrs B. LewisMy form is strictly disciplined, figure neat and trimanag.; figure = shape, vb.
VHCD. P. M. MichaelAlternative to haunter of Macbeth’s residence? Bloody sergeant, perhaps2 mngs.; ref. Macbeth I.6, martlet, and I.2, sergeant
VHCMrs E. M. PhairStrict trainer is off vermouth cocktails including gin and FrenchMartin(is) + et
VHCB. A. PikeYou’ll find me tart with beginners in new intake, awkwardly alignedanag. incl. n, i, & lit.
VHCR. PostillDisorder in a teacher’s first term—an unhappy term for himanag. incl. t, & lit.
VHCE. J. RackhamHis units turn out neat and trimanag. & lit.
VHCK. ReedTart mien becomes meanag. & lit.
VHCW. RodgersThe use of a horn in traffic indicates a ruthless driver in chargetine in mart
VHCK. C. SlaterOld military practice requires raiment adjusted to a Tanag. + T
VHCJ. WebsterBest place for dealing with a harrowing tooth contained an old drilltine in mart
 

HCs awarded in competition 1093 to:

D. B. J. AmblerMrs N. FisherJ. L. MackieG. H. Ravenor
Col P. S. BainesDr E. GallagherDr T. J. R. MaguireMr & Mrs A. Rivlin
R. T. BaxterG. P. GoddardB. ManvellN. Roles
T. E. BellW. F. GoodmanH. S. MasonT. E. Sanders
E. C. BinghamW. E. GreenB. J. McCannN. E. Sharp
F. J. H. BlacklockR. N. HaygarthMrs E. McFeeC. C. Shasby
Mrs G. BonsallJ. P. H. HirstC. J. MorseJ. Shaw
A. BristowE. M. HornbyG. J. MortimerSir W. Slimmings
E. W. BurtonG. M. HornbyR. A. MostynBrig R. F. E. Stoney
C. O. ButcherB. K. KellyDr F. D. MoynihanM. H. E. Watson
E. ChalkleyJ. LangtonG. M. NeighbourG. R. Webb
D. L. L. ClarkeA. LawrieM. NewmanMrs M. P. Webber
A. J. CrowJ. H. C. LeachI. J. NicholasG. H. Willett
J. CrowtherP. W. W. LeachMrs E. M. PardoC. E. Williams
P. H. DacreL. F. LeasonW. H. Pegram 
A. S. EverestA. D. LeggeMrs W. A. Prinn 
J. A. FinckenR. W. LerrigoMiss I. Raab