Azed Competition No. 1433  Azed Slip  |  ◀  1428  |  1437  ▶  |  Other competitions  |  ordStats
No.DateClue wordClue typeClues
1433 Nov 1999NEANDERTHAL normal24


AwardClue writerClueExplanation
FirstA. J. WardropOne might describe arch-conservative thus and hearten loony leftanag. + l
SecondF. P. N. LakeUnwilling to give up the old ways and learn the new?anag. & lit.
ThirdV. DixonOld-fashioned and not changing heart and left behindne + anag. + l, & lit.
VHCD. AppletonWhat can make Handel and T. Arne very old-fashionedanag.
VHCM. BarleyEnd near at HL following purge of anti-reformers?anag.; ref. House of Lords
VHCJ. R. BeresfordThe eland ran excitedly out of the arkanag.
VHCC. J. BroughamOne in antre held uncouth?an in anag., & lit.; i.e. cave-dweller
VHCD. A. CampbellWho’s dated more swimmingly than Leander?anag.; ref. Hero & L.
VHCC. A. ClarkeReactionary heartland in revolt following bill abolishing foremost of blood-sportsne(b) + anag.
VHCDr I. S. FletcherOne in number ten heard exploding over left not backing new ordera in n + anag. + l; ref. New Labour
VHCC. R. GumbrellWhat sadder than end Lear comes to, being an old man?anag.
VHCR. B. Harling‘Antre’ handle could style meanag. & lit.; i.e. cave-dweller
VHCR. HealdUnderneath ground, striking head leads to awful lump. A hard hat’s the answeranag. less u + first letters
VHCR. HeskethTool Barney, passing by, had lent Fred Flintstone, perhapsanag. incl. (B)arne(y); ref. ‘The Flintstones’
VHCG. JohnstoneReactionary England at her most outrageous rejecting end to foxhuntinganag. less g
VHCJ. C. LeylandReally ancient succession’s ending and the earls (almost all) get sackedn + anag. less s
VHCW. F. MainThe eland ran frantically out of the arkanag.
VHCP. W. MarlowNear the ultimate in illiberal and crude?anag. incl. l, & lit.
VHCR. J. PalmerSort elder than a Cro-Magnon, ultimatelyanag. incl. n, & lit.
VHCD. R. RobinsonBeing outmoded most of earls and the foremost of nobles get put outanag. less s incl. n
VHCR. J. WhaleNo left winger? New formation, with Guppy’s introduction, may give England heartanag. less G; ref. Steve G.
VHCG. H. WillettDevoid of modern instincts stirring the adrenalin I dropped outanag. less I
VHCD. WilliamsonSuch antediluvian frames an antre heldanag.; i.e. cave-dweller
VHCW. Wynne WillsonCharacteristic of a possible ancestor? Learn the DNA to form thisanag.

HCs in competition 1433 awarded to:

W. G. AmottE. DawidC. J. LoweA. J. Pinel
C. J. AndersonR. DeanR. K. LumsdonD. Pritchard
D. AshcroftN. C. DexterD. W. MackieH. R. Sanders
E. A. BeaulahA. J. DornMrs J. MackieM. Sanderson
S. BestE. G. FletcherMrs D. MaitlandW. J. M. Scotland
A. BrashMs E. ForbesD. F. ManleyDr S. J. Shaw
Rev Canon C. M. BrounH. FreemanJ. MayhewN. G. Shippobotham
Ms H. BrownP. D. GaffeyJ. R. C. MichieW. Sloman
E. J. BurgeS. GouldC. G. MillinC. M. Steele
Dr J. BurscoughG. I. L. GraftonT. J. MooreyR. Stocks
B. BurtonR. R. GreenfieldI. MorganJ. B. Sweeting
B. ButlerMrs S. HarriesC. J. MorseJ. R. Tozer
C. J. & M. P. ButlerD. HarrisJ. MortlemanMrs M. Treanor
M. CasserleyA. HodgsonR. MurdochL. Ward
D. C. ClenshawB. IngoldsbyR. A. NortonP. H. Watkin
E. CrossT. JacobsF. R. PalmerDr M. C. Whelan
P. M. A. CrozierD. W. LewisJ. PearceDr E. Young
D. J. Dare-PlumptonE. LoobyC. PearsonR. Zara