Azed Competition No. 849  Azed Slip  |  < 844  |  853 >  |  Other competitions  |  ordStats
No.DateClue wordClue typeClues
849 Aug 1988VISITE normal21

 

AwardClue writerClueExplanation
FirstR. F. NaishOld rig will be inspected again when Adair’s sealed it(Re)visite(d); ref. Red Adair & Piper Alpha
SecondDr E. YoungCut dropped by short extra covervisite(d)
ThirdC. G. MillinCape – go to Spain – see one place it’s flourished in contestvisit B; v I site; anag. in vie
VHCH. J. BradburyIt has to look outdated on the shouldersit in vise & lit.
VHCE. J. BurgeI’ve loosely surrounded a dame (Well, not any more)Sit(well) in anag. & lit.
VHCC. A. ClarkeModel, in bid for success, discarded clothing above the waistsit in vie
VHCMrs D. A. ColleyJohn Brown’s aim secreting wee bit of tipple – covering for Victoria?t in visie
VHCL. J. Davenport‘Manche was avoided in my design’ – character in Ashford awaiting terminal?M = sleeve, channel; ref. D. Ashford: ‘The Young Visiters’
VHCC. M. DraperVatican City – is it natural base for cardinal?V is it e
VHCD. V. HarryWhere the bombs went off in Germany? This would have stopped the blasti.e. V1 site; ref. also IRA bombs
VHCP. F. HendersonIntroduction of sanctions – the thing involved in conflict in the Cape?s + it in vie
VHCA. W. HillA cape one’s seen in views of GenoaI in vine,
VHCT. M. HoggartIs it included in outermost articles of vesture?is it in v,e
VHCC. W. LaxtonVictorian ladies might be well wrapped up or clad in a ——comp. anag. & lit.
VHCD. F. ManleyCall English what couldn’t be labelled 20th Century – fashion of previous centuryvisit E; ref. new edition of Chambers reverting to its 19th C name
VHCR. J. PalmerIt’s like a cardinal, it’s dressed in redit in vise; red(e)/vise = advise
VHCD. Price JonesLittle woman’s short number?Vi’s ite(m), & lit.; ref. L. M. Alcott
VHCDr N. SmithDrinking vermouth is an American vice, and passé habit?It in vise
VHCD. M. StanfordWhat’s out of fashion in Montmartre – immorality with model for spot of cashvice with sit for c
VHCF. B. StubbsQuick round is hardly tiring for the modern womanis in cite; tiring = attire
VHCMrs M. VincentPower, crowning quality and energy – something Victoria could have shouldered lightlyvis it E
 

HCs awarded in competition 849 to:

Ms C. AlvikN. C. DexterJ. F. P. LeveyE. R. Riddle
S. ArmstrongH. F. DixonR. K. LumsdonG. J. H. Roberts
M. BarleyP. DrummondM. A. Macdonald-CooperH. R. Sanders
E. A. BeaulahR. A. EnglandJ. D. H. MackintoshT. E. Sanders
Mrs K. BissettH. F. EverettD. MalcolmW. J. M. Scotland
C. J. BroughamC. J. FeetenbyL. K. MaltbyD. J. Short
Rev Canon C. M. BrounP. D. GaffeyH. W. MassinghamW. K. M. Slimmings
J. M. BrownF. D. GardinerJ. J. MooreM. J. Suckling
E. BurginN. C. GoddardT. J. MooreyJ. B. Sweeting
D. A. CampbellS. GoldieC. J. MorseL. Ward
Mrs M. J. CansfieldMrs E. GreenawayT. W. MortimerA. J. Wardrop
Mrs E. CarchraeR. R. GreenfieldH. B. MortonJ. Webster
P. CargillMrs R. HerbertMrs P. M. V. MurrayJ. F. N. Wedge
M. CernyW. IslipJ. J. MurthaV. J. White
A. ClowG. JohnstoneD. S. NagleM. Whiteoak
G. ClydeC. L. JonesC. OliverR. Wilkinson
Mrs B. ColeJ. F. JonesF. R. PalmerG. T. Wilson
R. N. CuffR. E. KimmonsMrs E. M. Phair 
R. DeanF. P. N. LakeH. L. Rhodes