Azed Competition No. 1750  Azed Slip  |  ◀  1746  |  1752  ▶  |  Other competitions  |  ordStats
No.DateClue wordClue typeClues
1750 Dec 2005PLOUGHMAN normal25


AwardClue writerClueExplanation
FirstR. P. C. FormanOne going up-along, him, shattered.anag. less I, & lit.; ref. Gray’s Elegy
SecondM. BarleySee one galumph after labouring? Not how elegy beginsanag. less e, & lit.
ThirdR. C. TeutonHam, a slice of Granary, plus a couple of onions (pickled)? Could be ——’sanag. incl. G, on, & lit.
VHCD. AppletonChap with share in field wending up holm with naganag.
VHCD. & N. AsplandDash of pickle and half of loaf, united with hint of Gruyere and cured ham: the essence of lunch for me!p lo(af) U G + anag. + n, & lit.
VHCE. J. BurgeNeeding vessel to round lake, master the tillerlough M in pan
VHCM. CoatesStellar group with expression of admiration for one responsible for many furrowed brows?Plough + man!; ref. AZ lunch
VHCR. DeanHe plodded along, with hump turned overanag.
VHCW. DuffinFail in degree and, shortly, find yourself just a weary plodderplough MA ’n’
VHCJ. FaircloughPerson associated with a lunch recipe including boned ham and a large chunk of Gouda in a pickleanag. of h(a)m Gou(da), all in plan, & lit.
VHCH. FreemanZonked, hump along? Worn out, galumph? No – I plod wearilyanag., anag.
VHCR. B. HarlingMillions for Australian Paul Hogan: I could use a shareanag. with m for A; ref. film actor
VHCR. HealdCharacters foremost among puzzlers love Oxford University get-togethers with regular doses of champagne (my lunches are far less extravagant!)first letters + alternate letters; ref. AZ lunch
VHCP. F. HendersonHang-up with loam would do for a working ——comp. anag. & lit.
VHCMrs D. B. JenkinsonSeven stars to Jeeves one’s lunch is served!Plough man
VHCE. C. LanceForemost in pillage, with no turning aside, a Mongol Hun incorrectly styled ‘A tiller’p + anag. less no (rev.); ref. Attila
VHCM. A. Macdonald-CooperCrew bound to fail, one trailing after pulling punches?plough + man; punch draft horse
VHCD. F. Manley‘Say, cheer that fellow having special lunch!’ – excited luncher pays homage?comp. anag.; ref. AZ lunch
VHCC. G. MillinField worker with a lunch strategy, covering almost anything with a bit of mustardough(t) m in plan
VHCR. S. MorseHum along furrows following Piers’ lead? That’s what I doP + anag.; ref. P. Plowman
VHCJ. T. PriceIn life – and in dissolution – he could produce a long humpanag.
VHCA. J. WardropA group of stars provide backing for one cutting groovy tracksPlough man
VHCR. J. WhaleHe benefited from shares (the sod took a cut) it’s no laugh, MP thrown outanag.
VHCD. C. WilliamsonSpam I got for luncheon could be ——’s refection, possibly?comp. anag. (?) & lit.
VHCA. J. YoungA long hump may be my undoing but the earth still moves for me!anag.

HCs in competition 1750 awarded to:

T. AndersonC. D. S. & E. A. FieldC. LovingM. Sanderson
M. BarkerDr I. S. FletcherMrs J. MackieD. Sargent
J. R. BeresfordD. FrickerW. F. MainN. G. Shippobotham
P. BerridgeN. C. GoddardP. W. MarlowC. M. Steele
C. J. BroughamR. R. GreenfieldP. McKennaP. L. Stone
Dr J. BurscoughJ. P. GuiverJ. R. C. MichieC. W. Thomas
B. BurtonD. HarrisonT. J. MooreyD. H. Tompsett
C. J. & M. P. ButlerD. HarrisonM. MoranMrs J. E. Townsend
D. A. CampbellD. V. HarryC. J. MorseJ. R. Tozer
Mrs M. J. CansfieldM. HodgkinD. J. R. OgilvieM. Wainwright
N. ConnaughtonR. J. HooperG. S. ParsonsG. H. Willett
E. CrossS. JamesM. L. PerkinsDr E. Young
N. C. DexterMrs S. G. JohnsonA. PlumbR. Zara
V. DixonJ. R. H. JonesD. Price Jones 
T. J. DonnellyJ. C. LeylandW. Ransome