Azed Competition No. 603  Azed Slip  |  ◀  600  |  607  ▶  |  Other competitions  |  ordStats
No.DateClue wordClue typeClues
603 Nov 1983FIGULINE normal26


AwardClue writerClueExplanation
FirstW. J. M. ScotlandFragile unit this art throws?comp. anag. & lit.
SecondA. ScottFrom this we’d pour fluid, e.g. winecomp. anag. & lit.
ThirdP. R. ClemowCrock – fated to die with one lung collapsed withinanag. incl. I in fie; see fey1
VHCC. Allen BakerHere’s a little number, trendy in rubber or plastic…fig. + in in ule
VHCM. J. BalfourI sniff limitless glue, being desperate for potanag. incl. (s)nif(f)
VHCE. A. BeaulahPotter makes me specious – in that I cheat endlesslyI gul(l) in fine; ref. Stephen P., ‘One-Upmanship’
VHCMrs K. BissettOne in Gulf moulded in Earth’s first clayI in anag. + in E; ref. Omar Khayyam
VHCA. G. BogieForm, turn (on wheels), and work supplies of potter’s clayfig2 U line
VHCM. CoatesPot one red almost in making slight contact with ballI gul(y) in fine
VHCR. DeanI handle wheels, absorbed in exquisite potteryI lug (rev.) in fine
VHCN. C. DexterPot requiring Reardon’s extreme guile if snookeredanag. incl. (Reardo)n; ref. Ray R., snooker
VHCN. C. GoddardI pull to the left in striking what may be thrownI lug (rev.) in fine
VHCD. A. GrasslandFix largely obtained by abuse of glue in potfi(x) + anag.
VHCP. F. HendersonThis bit of biscuit may be smashed if I bunglecomp. anag. incl. b, & lit.
VHCMrs J. HigginsPot? Try taking in glue if in need of a change!anag.
VHCM. JellisGriffiths’ third short red is pocketed in excellent example of the potter’s arti + gul(y) in fine; ref. Terry G.
VHCA. H. JonesWhat should be thrown with care I flung, i.e. smashedanag.
VHCB. K. KellyNothing for the countryman to loathe – quite the reverse – in eccentric example of the potter’s artnil ug (rev.) in fie; see fey1
VHCF. P. N. LakeAs traditionally thrown in row after female ego starts to get upset?f I g u + line, & lit.
VHCD. F. ManleyClay with straw – superior stufffig U line; fig, straw = thing of little consequence
VHCS. M. MansellRiotous fun with long lost Gillie Potter’s materialanag., less l; ref. former radio comedian
VHCL. MayPlastic reflects for example condition that nothing of better quality gets innil U in e.g. if (all rev.)
VHCL. PatersonRight out of form, turned nothing instead of potteryfigure with nil (rev.) for r
VHCJ. H. RussellPot wild life with gun one smuggled inI in anag.
VHCT. A. J. SpencerExample of potter’s art form – top class 50 in opening of exhibitionfig2 U L in e; snooker
VHCJ. F. N. WedgeQuirky fun? Gillie (long gone) Potter created itanag. less l; ref. former radio comedian

HCs in competition 603 awarded to:

T. H. AyreS. GoldieJ. P. MernaghL. G. D. Sanders
W. BauerJ. J. GoulstoneC. G. MillinT. E. Sanders
R. E. BootJ. F. GrimshawW. L. MironD. P. Shenkin
J. M. BrownV. G. HendersonJ. H. MooreMrs E. J. Shields
E. J. BurgeA. W. HillJ. J. MooreW. K. M. Slimmings
C. J. & M. P. ButlerR. J. HooperJ. G. MorganR. N. G. Stone
C. A. ClarkeW. JacksonC. J. MorseF. B. Stubbs
W. H. C. CobbG. JohnstoneF. MossD. G. Tallis
Mrs D. M. ColleyJ. R. H. JonesD. A. MylesR. T. Taylor
P. W. DavenportJ. LawrenceR. J. PalmerR. Weatherburn
D. M. DuckworthC. W. LaxtonG. PerryT. Wightman
A. J. DuncumJ. H. C. LeachB. A. PikeG. H. Willett
O. M. EllisJ. F. P. LeveyMrs L. E. PimlottS. Woods
D. S. FielkerDr R. A. MainD. Price JonesDr R. L. Wynne
Dr I. S. FletcherRev W. P. ManahanD. RileyDr E. Young
B. FrancoH. S. MasonMrs H. Roberts 
M. FreemanH. W. MassinghamB. F. Russell