Azed Competition No. 2045  Azed Slip  |  ◀  2040  |  2049  ▶  |  Other competitions  |  ordStats
No.DateClue wordClue typeClues
2045 Aug 2011CATENATE normal21


AwardClue writerClueExplanation
FirstM. A. Macdonald-CooperLike traditional sausages fellow worried about E number serves?E n in cat ate
SecondC. J. MorseForm a chain with ‘lynx’ (e.g.) growing out of ‘links’cat enate
ThirdDr J. BurscoughConveyance of estate, if not singular, can?anag. less s, & lit.; ref. estate agents’ property chain; conveyance = trickery
VHCD. AppletonClarke needs a neat tee shot for birdie. How are things after putting on links?anag. incl. t for lark; ref. Darren C.
VHCP. ColesLinked, as ‘Tate’ perhaps with ‘cane’ looselyanag.; ref. sugar company
VHCE. CrossPuke, having misguidedly eaten something like sausagescat + anag.; something adv
VHCDr I. S. FletcherLike Albert, say, such as lion has eaten after provocationcat + anag.; ref. Marriott Edgar poem/monologue
VHCR. J. Heald’Orribly eaten by lion? Albert may be described thuscat + anag.; ref. Marriott Edgar
VHCMs M. IrvineTucked in between ends of chain, and appended?ate in and after c, n, & lit.
VHCG. JohnstoneLike Albert? Eaten in a rage by the lion?cat + anag.; ref. Marriott Edgar
VHCE. C. LanceBoth ends of chain have corroded – can it still do this?c ate + n ate
VHCJ. C. LeylandLike Albert, eaten unfortunately by lion?cat + anag.; ref. Marriott Edgar
VHCD. F. ManleyChap worried about latest signs of possible recession, like Cable?e, n in cat ate; ref. Vince C.
VHCW. RansomeCouple in train consumed with animal energy, having a bit of nookiecat E n + ate
VHCP. L. StoneHaving round after round a teen getting sozzled goes on to vomitcat + anag.
VHCJ. R. TozerWanting a bit of diversion at tea dance, fancy forming a conga?anag. less a d
VHCA. J. VarneyChain letter penned by malicious woman caused anxietyen in cat ate
VHCA. J. WardropWith links one can tee off inhaling whiff of tangt in anag. incl. a; tang3
VHCD. WhisstockThis hard pin could form a patterned chain linkcomp. anag.
VHCA. WhittakerEven bits of scrap, a large number corroded, make chainsc, a + ten ate; see ten
VHCK. J. WilliamsBeing this and English, gent’s châtelaine could be forged?comp. anag. & lit.

HCs in competition 2045 awarded to:

D. K. ArnottE. DawidM. LunanDr S. J. Shaw
D. & N. AsplandN. C. DexterW. F. MainD. P. Shenkin
M. BarkerMrs P. DiamondP. D. MartinA. J. Shields
M. BarleyT. J. DonnellyP. McKennaN. G. Shippobotham
P. BartlamW. DreverH. MeltzerP. A. Stephenson
M. BathJ. FaircloughK. MilanMrs A. Terrill
D. J. BexsonR. GilbertC. G. MillinR. C. Teuton
T. C. BorlandR. B. HarlingT. J. MooreyK. Thomas
G. BorooahD. V. HarryD. J. R. OgilvieM. Wainwright
C. J. BroughamR. HeskethM. OwenL. Ward
Rev Canon C. M. BrounM. HodgkinD. O’ConnorJ. Waterton
L. CarterR. J. HooperM. L. PerkinsR. J. Whale
C. A. ClarkeJ. R. H. JonesA. PlumbG. H. Willett
S. L. ClaughtonJ. P. LesterA. M. PriceDr E. Young
T. CrowtherM. LiveseyD. Price Jones