Azed Competition No. 397  Azed Slip  |  < 393  |  401 >  |  Other competitions  |  ordStats
No.DateClue wordClue typeClues
397 Nov 1979BIJOUTERIE Misprints27

 

AwardClue writerClueExplanation
FirstF. R. PalmerRefuse tips unacceptable – rising indignation over energy waste products?paste: jib rev. + out + ire rev. + E
SecondA. LawrieKings etc? Roughly their job is to rule us without hurt and lossrings; anag. less hurt, loss
ThirdD. C. WilliamsonBricks thrown in jubilee riot missing sovereigntricks; anag. less l.
VHCC. Allen BakerRickshaws start rolling up to one in the Far Eastkickshaws; jib (rev.) + I in outer E
VHCMrs A. BoyesKings, among other things, long to leave wild jubilee riotanag. less L
VHCD. P. ChappellMilk up? Mac’s inclined to shudder clutching not quite ten bawbeesbawbles; jib2 (rev.) + te(n) in ourie
VHCA. L. DennisSail up into the open lake for precious piscespieces; jib (rev.) + out Erie
VHCDr V. G. I. DeshmukhDuck à l’Ecosse almost consumed in one mouthful – recipe that’s for wee gums!gems; jou(k) in bite + r + i.e.
VHCN. C. DexterIle de Franceice=jewellery
VHCM. G. ElliottSmall Gauls may get un jouet messily covered with fromage blancgauds; I + jouet (anag.) in Brie; jouet = toy
VHCR. A. EnglandJoyeux: engagé dans joie et bruit sans finjoyaux = jewels; joie et brui(t), anag.
VHCD. V. HarryFace up to bouncer and die headless, neckless, etc.necklets; jib (rev.) + outer (= chucker-out) + (d)ie
VHCP. A. HayFace-lift is needed with exterior that is revealing poor-quality gumsgems; jib (rev.) + outer i.e.
VHCE. M. HolroydSurface covered by mounting refuse – in other words, tripperyfrippery; outer in jib (rev.) i.e.
VHCDr R. A. MainToday’s elegant social circle – present company excepted – babblesbaubles; today’s bijou coterie less today’s Co.
VHCD. F. ManleyOne to carry around unfortunate Job in the womb? Name isn’t given – Jewess?jewels; I in anag. + uteri(n.)e, v. Job, 3,10
VHCRev M. R. MetcalfSail reverses, that is, round outside bends, etc.beads; outer in jib (rev.) i.e.
VHCC. G. MillinTourneyer losing heart, that is, after double gets cut and mountedgems; bi- + jou(s)ter + i.e.
VHCT. J. MooreyMaybe leads wild jubilee riot, having left fifty behindbeads; anag. less L
VHCD. S. NagleTrue, I get job – unfortunately thats offering just bawbeesbawbles; anag.
VHCF. E. NewloveFinely tempered jibe about ‘round bellies’finery; O uteri in anag.
VHCR. J. PalmerRefuse tipped in error on lake – waste products, possiblypaste; jib (rev.) + out + Erie
VHCC. P. ReaPerhaps bungles shy in the wrong direction – a poor shot, that isbangles; jib (rev.) + outer i.e.
VHCE. R. RiddleWaste collection? That’s the sequel to tipping refuse on an untidy routepaste; jib (rev.) + outer + i.e.
VHCT. E. SandersTurning shy in society before embracing one gets the doodahsdoodads; jib (rev.) + out(= in society) + I in ere
VHCR. C. TeutonGets Unionist in Ireland to face undergoing revolutionary changegems; U in Eire to jib (all rev.)
VHCM. G. WilsonFace up to thoroughly weird headless bears for instancebeads; jib (rev.) + out + (e)erie
 

HCs awarded in competition 397 to:

E. AkenheadO. H. FrazerRev W. P. ManahanD. L. Sabey
Mrs K. BissettF. D. GardinerH. W. MassinghamW. K. M. Slimmings
Mrs F. BlanchardN. C. GoddardA. C. MorrisonG. Snowden-Davies
E. J. BurgeS. GoldieC. J. MorseDr G. A. Styles
Mrs M. J. CansfieldJ. E. GreenT. W. MortimerM. R. Szymanski
E. ChalkleyD. HarrisonR. A. MostynD. H. Tompsett
Mrs W. CheekA. S. HaydonA. M’IntyreG. R. Webb
C. A. ClarkeP. F. HendersonD. A. NichollsMrs M. P. Webber
P. R. ClemowJ. P. H. HirstDr P. OwenG. Wilde
Mrs D. M. ColleyE. C. HuntR. A. PercyP. Williams
J. M. CritchleyA. H. JonesJ. PhillipsonJ. Woods
A. E. CrowS. KingT. J. PimbleyP. J. Woods
N. G. DoddM. D. LawsT. ProctorMrs U. Wright
P. DrummondJ. H. C. LeachN. J. ReedDr E. Young
Mrs W. FearonA. D. LeggeH. L. Rhodes 
R. P. C. FormanB. LoweA. Rivlin 
J. D. FosterL. K. MaltbyW. Rodgers