Azed Competition No. 1181  Azed Slip  |  < 1180  |  1186 >  |  Other competitions  |  ordStats
No.DateClue wordClue typeClues
1181 Jan 1995SLADE normal22

 

AwardClue writerClueExplanation
FirstN. C. DexterSemi paludal’s the term for comparable ground(palu)dal’s + e anag., & lit.
SecondG. P. ConwayMcLaren’s skidded, yielding ground – lead’s lost2 meanings + anag.
ThirdR. V. DeardenDamsel, without a trace of modesty, waggled bottomanag. less m
VHCD. AppletonA sled slued, slid in Slochdanag.; village near Aviemore
VHCM. BarleyAlders would flourish in this, right?comp. anag. & lit.
VHCC. J. BroughamWhat’s a sled done down a wee cleuch?anag. & lit.
VHCD. BuxtonWhere Sutherland’s prospects might have improved, Argyll’s declined; a depressed arearef. Graham S., art school
VHCA. G. ChamberlainA drop of soup, ladle not litre, (Campbell’s maybe) slipped down easilys + lad(l)e
VHCC. A. ClarkeClough unsettled Leeds, acting briefly after Revie’s final partinganag. + a, less e
VHCE. CrossPorridge was served in this small square scoops + lade; ref. TV comedy series
VHCC. M. EdmundsThis ground could be about right for aldersanag. less r
VHCP. D. GaffeyUsage of kilt, we hear, has lapsed in Scotlandkilt = killed
VHCE. M. HolroydIt’s ground about right for aldersanag. less r
VHCC. J. LoweUnhappy about Labour’s lead? The merest hint of election creates depression!L in sad + e
VHCR. K. LumsdonYou might see ladies in this institute being drawnanag. less I & lit.; drawn = withdrawn
VHCD. F. Manley‘Noddy’ leads ——anag. & lit.; ref N. Holder, lead singer of Slade pop group
VHCH. W. MassinghamDean’s satire initially set aboard merchantmans + lade, ref. Swift: ‘Gulliver’s Travels’
VHCK. McDermidDid sledging in Perth upset English lads?anag. incl. E
VHCT. J. MooreyHope, Bob: English lad made goods + anag.
VHCC. J. MorseDown here it’s damp: up North you’d have glided over the ice – and tobogganed, we hear2 meanings + ‘sleighed’
VHCR. C. Teuton‘Noddy’ leads ——?anag. & lit.; ref N. Holder, lead singer of Slade pop group
VHCD. H. TompsettDell where Rosie takes cider – and Lee’s heartSlad + e; setting of Laurie Lee’s ‘Cider with Rosie’
 

HCs awarded in competition 1181 to:

D. AshcroftE. DawidW. JacksonN. G. Shippobotham
G. D. BatesR. DeanMs M. KennedyD. A. Simmons
E. A. BeaulahMrs M. A. EacottJ. P. LesterP. L. Stone
Mrs K. BissettR. A. EnglandJ. C. LeylandJ. B. Sweeting
Ms F. A. BlanchardH. FreemanP. W. MarlowMiss D. W. Taylor
Rev Canon C. M. BrounM. FreemanM. McMahonJ. R. Tozer
J. M. BrownR. R. GreenfieldG. McStravickA. J. Wardrop
E. J. BurgeB. GreerC. G. MillinMrs M. P. Webber
P. CarmichaelD. R. GregoryD. MitchellMrs B. J. Widger
I. CarrR. S. HaddockP. G. O’GormanI. J. Wilcock
B. CheesmanP. F. HendersonR. J. PalmerG. H. Willett
M. CoatesV. G. HendersonG. PerryD. Williamson
D. B. CrossR. HeskethA. J. RedstoneM. Zeegen
D. J. Dare-PlumptonR. J. HooperMrs E. J. Shields