Azed Competition No. 1174  Azed Slip  |  ◀  1169  |  1178  ▶  |  Other competitions  |  ordStats
No.DateClue wordClue typeClues
1174 Nov 1994DINGLE-DANGLE normal25


AwardClue writerClueExplanation
FirstR. C. BellGelded nag, nil ——?anag. & lit.
SecondR. J. PalmerSwinging both ways presents bit of dilemma: fancy Nigel, fancy Glendad + anag. + anag.
ThirdV. DixonFluctuating pound under control? Cant!ding led angle
VHCD. AppletonMix Double Diamonds with a Glen Elgin. How one might swing from the chandeliersanag. incl. D, D
VHCD. AshcroftHow Daisy’s dilly-danders go, merrily gladdening hearts of all menanag. incl. l, e; ref. song
VHCC. J. BroughamSwinging beat, was the conductor hip?ding led angle
VHCE. J. BurgeA drop could be gladdening heart of reveller after refreshmentanag. incl. el; drop = pendant
VHCK. J. CrookSwinging dash preceded tackleding led angle
VHCR. DeanKeep repeating advanced view – that’s typical of a swinger!ding led angle
VHCR. A. EnglandIn the usual way of a mobile, ring induced move towards the pocketding led angle; ref. mobile phones, snooker
VHCP. D. GaffeyHow are conkers played? Whack fruit of dale and glending + anag.
VHCS. GoldieSwinging you’ll find can become life-gladdening, if sentanag. less if
VHCR. HeskethDrop from ledge, landing on the rocksanag.
VHCA. LoganFoot maybe and leg awkwardly swaying back and forthDingle + anag.; ref. Sir D. F., former Solicitor General
VHCR. K. LumsdonGelded nag’s confused with nil aswinganag.
VHCH. W. MassinghamDig lead Glenn played with swing?anag.; ref. G. Miller
VHCJ. R. C. MichieSwinging to and fro from ledge and landing awkwardlyanag.
VHCDr E. J. MillerDance beginning with leg in and leg out – doing the hokey cokey?d + anag.
VHCC. G. MillinDell computer security device – one installed for nothing, like an oscillatordingle + dongle with a for 0
VHCT. J. MooreyBob’s movement found gladdening hearts in all menanag. + l, e; bob = pendulum weight; ref. B. Geldof
VHCC. J. MorseSwinging Princess has England agog with endless delight (or depression)Di + anag. + gle(e) or gle(n)
VHCF. R. PalmerFaced with endless sleaze, was leader taking a view or dithering?ding(e) led angle
VHCM. SandersonGlen and (after change) Glenda? That’s swinging both ways!dingle + anag.; ref. transvestite movie ‘Glen or Glenda’
VHCW. J. M. ScotlandTake note of old boxing name, guided by corner, swinging right and leftn in dig + led + angle; ref. G. Foreman
VHCG. H. WillettDJ’s double switch makes unmusical bell sound swingingi.e. jingle-jangle with d’s for j’s

HCs in competition 1174 awarded to:

Ms E. AllenH. FreemanP. W. MarlowD. R. Robinson
M. J. BalfourM. FreemanA. R. N. MatthewsC. Robson
Mrs P. A. BaxE. GomersallD. S. MillerN. G. Shippobotham
E. A. BeaulahC. P. GrantD. MitchellW. K. M. Slimmings
Ms F. A. BlanchardC. R. GumbrellG. MurrayR. G. Smith
Mrs M. J. CansfieldM. K. HankinC. J. NapierP. L. Stone
Ms A. CarchraeMrs B. E. HendersonW. NesbittMiss D. W. Taylor
C. A. ClarkeP. F. HendersonMs H. PankhurstR. C. Teuton
K. W. CrawfordA. HodgsonJ. PearceD. H. Tompsett
D. B. CrossMs M. KennedyMrs E. M. PhairA. J. Wardrop
E. CrossF. P. N. LakeB. PittD. Williamson
P. DaviesMrs J. MackieDr T. G. Powell 
W. DuffinD. F. ManleyMrs A. Price