Azed Competition No. 430  Azed Slip  |  ◀  426  |  434  ▶  |  Other competitions  |  ordStats
No.DateClue wordClue typeClues
430 Jul 1980TEGULA normal28


AwardClue writerClueExplanation
FirstC. G. MillinWhat the fiddler might have played on, in the filmgu in tela, & lit.; ref. Fiddler on the Roof
SecondMrs D. M. ColleyThatcher’s first rule – right’s going for what’ll keep wet out of houseT + (r)egula
ThirdR. DeanScale of wing needs volunteers to hold glider upluge (rev.) in TA
VHCW. AndersonAn insect’s scale is what sticks for the most part in the webgu(m) in tela
VHCR. P. BrownOld model. Even Rolls Royce omitted to give top coverT + (R)egula(R)
VHCC. A. ClarkeThatcher has no use for this endless legal bickering with Trade Unionanag.: lega(l), TU; bicker = quiver
VHCA. J. CrowIt could be made from gault, protecting top of edificee in anag., & lit.
VHCR. V. DeardenGaulter provides ingredients for this – no recipe neededanag. less r, & lit.
VHCN. C. DexterGet climbing on hall if there’s one missing from topget (rev.) + (a)ula, & lit.
VHCP. S. ElliottSmall scale version of Vulgate Vatican vetoedanag. less V
VHCJ. GraingeA rooting tile ends in dust beside grating, one dislodged from top of halllast letters + (a)ula
VHCB. GreerBit of tiling, say for top of hallaula with t e.g. for first a, & lit.
VHCC. L. JonesRoofing tile made of English gaultanag. incl. E
VHCD. F. ManleyInformal bit of grub and ale with leaders of trade unions? Thatcher does without itanag. incl. g, TU
VHCC. J. MorseFiddle wrapped in tissue: Nero must have had one loose!gu in tela
VHCW. MurphyThe purged scourings of healthy-bowelled birds land on me!t(h)e + (r)egula(r)
VHCD. S. NagleWhat can let in ugly weather? Why – er – this if brokencomp. anag. & lit.
VHCP. G. O’Gorman‘Thatcher doesn’t need me.’ Ted’s cut throatTe(d) + gula; ref. T. Heath
VHCF. R. PalmerGetting at glue, you’d appear to have one looseanag. & lit.; ref. glue-sniffing
VHCR. J. PalmerAn appendage turning up at base of wings of tsetse?t, e + a lug (rev.), & lit.
VHCD. R. PitcherFancy tile? If it slips, the answer could be ’at glueanag.
VHCM. PostlethwaiteIt may be made of English gaultanag. incl. E, & lit.
VHCC. P. ReaPull up when there’s drink around – more than one gives footing for riotous behaviour!lug (rev.) in tea; ‘on the tiles’
VHCD. R. RobinsonA slide shortening the ascending scalea luge t’ (rev.)
VHCT. E. SandersSecure a bit of cover over ’ead – glue ’at on!anag.; on = tipsy
VHCW. J. M. ScotlandSickly gateau – long for one overlapping small plate?anag. with l for a
VHCR. J. WhaleTo be seen by anyone – nearly everyone, from below, get up on thisget (rev.) + U + al(l) (rev.), & lit.
VHCMiss J. WightPut up a sleigh-t? More like a slatei.e. a luge-t (rev.)

HCs in competition 430 awarded to:

G. M. AdamsJ. V. S. A. DaviesM. D. LawsI. Myles
Mrs E. AllenC. J. FeetenbyJ. H. C. LeachG. B. Oxendale
T. AndersonDr I. S. FletcherC. LovingJ. C. Parsons
D. W. ArthurF. D. GardinerLieut Col D. MacfieS. L. Paton
F. D. H. AtkinsonN. C. GoddardW. F. MainW. H. Pegram
M. J. BalfourJ. F. GrimshawH. S. MasonE. W. Richart
P. R. BestB. HancockL. MayN. Roles
Rev C. M. BrounR. B. HarlingK. V. MaysA. D. Scott
A. J. BulmanP. F. HendersonJ. McGheeMrs E. J. Shields
E. J. BurgeV. G. HendersonD. P. M. MichaelC. C. D. Shute
Mrs M. J. CansfieldB. K. KellyDr R. G. MonkW. K. M. Slimmings
P. R. ClemowR. E. KimmonsJ. J. MooreL. M. Sturges
M. CoatesF. P. N. LakeT. J. MooreyJ. C. P. Taylor
G. CuthbertA. LawrieR. A. Mostyn