Azed Competition No. 2530  Azed Slip  |  ⏴ 2525  |  2532 ⏵  |  Other competitions  |  ordStats
No.DateClue wordClue typeClues
2530 Dec 2020STUDENTY normal22


AwardClue writerClueExplanation
FirstDr I. S. FletcherThis life requires working yet it’s led with funcomp. anag. & lit.
SecondR. J. Palmer—— brood could be tutored by donscomp. anag. & lit.
ThirdR. C. TeutonAs one in form stallion runs away from the fieldstud + ent(r)y
VHCD. & N. AsplandDust’s settling and effort’s beginning with undergraduate’s second and penultimate year – it’s typical for those in unianag. + e, n, t, y
VHCJ. A. ButlerFavoured by those seeking tuition, we see smartest undergrad earn trophy after vacationfirst & last letters
VHCR. J. HealdUniversity degree course half missed amid scene of debauchery – typical of undergrads!U d ent(rée) in sty
VHCD. F. ManleySun admittedly struggling to fend off alternative D. Mail – like rags?anag. less anag.
VHCP. W. MarlowSun with a version of nude totty lacking ordinary respect ultimately – typical of a rag?S + anag. less o, t
VHCL. MarzillierDust with difficulty being short of something like a raganag. + ent(it)y
VHCP. McKennaChap who’s always up for it at St Andrews being attentive, spending time like a scholarstud2 + (t)enty
VHCC. G. MillinLike undergraduate life – assessment leading to a year university degree’s securedu d in stent y
VHCT. J. MooreyAs a youngster staying in digs, one’s heart is in Egypt probing dusty groundn in ET in anag.
VHCJ. PearceWhat describes primarily young scholars drinking themselves under table every night? Foolish!anag. of first letters, & lit.
VHCC. ShortEpithet nailing those youngsters tackling university degrees – some taking firsts, somehowanag. of first letters, & lit.
VHCJ. R. TozerProbably academic what ‘securely attaches’ entry if it’s not rightstud + ent(r)y; ref. AZ comp. rules and requests
VHCJ. Vincent & Ms R. PorterTypical of undergrads? One can characterize such, most improperly, as ‘stoned’ and ‘smutty’comp. anag.
VHCMrs A. M. WaldenLike many current undergraduates, beginning to undergo depression in squalid accommodationu dent in sty
VHCMs S. WallaceTiny university bedsit not initially inspiring but it might be described thusanag. incl. u, less i, b, i
VHCL. WardIf not seeing page right, it’s wise to probe optical disorder involving pupils(p, r)udent in sty
VHCA. J. WhittakerTendency to lose book in dusty, untidy surroundings – just like an undergrad!(b)ent in anag.
VHCG. H. WillettIt’s like Zuleika’s world, perhaps, when God’s gift heads the field right awaystud + ent(r)y; ref. Z. Dobson
VHCJ. R. YoungThe way they are, some talented undergraduates don’t even need three years to get firstsfirst letters

HCs awarded in competition 2530 to:

Ms K. BoltonW. DreverL. M. InmanA. Plumb
T. C. BorlandC. M. EdmundsJ. C. LeylandW. Ransome
Dr J. BurscoughJ. FaircloughM. Lloyd-JonesP. L. Stone
C. A. ClarkeH. FreemanI. MackintoshA. J. Varney
S. L. ClaughtonA. GerrardT. D. NichollA. J. Wardrop
P. ColesJ. GrimesM. OllerenshawR. Zara
Ms S. CurranJ. R. HowlettS. J. O’Boyle