Azed Competition No. 174  Azed Slip  |  < 169  |  178 >  |  Other competitions  |  ordStats
No.DateClue wordClue typeClues
174 Jul 1975EPEOLATRY normal24

 

AwardClue writerClueExplanation
FirstM. WoolfWith parole yet to be arranged, could this mean serving whole sentences?anag.; serve = worship
SecondJ. M. BrownIt’s practised weekly by us – people powerless, perhaps, before Azed’s capital testanag. less p + A + try
ThirdT. AndersonIt naturally develops early with poetanag. & lit.
VHCC. Allen BakerWhat is indeed manifest in English mystical poetryla in E + anag.
VHCG. BlundenProfound admiration for a speech’s contents made Peel a Toryanag.
VHCMrs M. J. CansfieldBreaking parole, yet honouring wordsanag.
VHCP. DrummondYour real poet can make it without our idolising his materialanag. less our
VHCJ. A. FinckenParole has yet to be arranged: words must be honoured for thisanag.
VHCJ. FrydeWhat a poet early on displaysanag. & lit.; on = tipsy
VHCDr G. B. GreerDrunken people render, round a bar piano, words of worship? Quite the reversea in anag. less p + try; i.e. worship of words
VHCD. V. HarryNon-standard bitter’s to be knocked back in record attempt – it avoids slurring of wordsaloe (rev.) in EP try; slur = disparage
VHCR. H. F. IshamThe end of mass leaves a proselyte confused, but adoring the languageanag. less s
VHCW. JacksonPrelate’s flirtation with the limits of orthodoxy could be a form of heresyanag. incl. o, y
VHCMrs N. JarmanWhat Bunthorne inspired in arty people, unhinged and lacking poiseanag. less p; ref. ‘Patience’
VHCN. KemmerA reply to English getting mutilated?anag. incl. E, & lit.
VHCP. W. W. LeachInvolving endless prayer to the terms of literatureanag. less r incl. l, e, & lit.; terms = limits
VHCH. W. MassinghamWhat causes one to repel the end of lexicography?anag. incl. a + y, & lit.
VHCL. MayAzed’s prime test, applied to people badly wanting first in placingsanag. less p + A + try, & lit.
VHCC. J. MorseIn which – to adapt early poet – ‘words’ are ‘truly hallowed’anag.; ref. Shakespeare, ‘Henry VIII’, ii, 3, 68
VHCF. R. PalmerIt’s an adjunct to the make-up of any real poeti.e. anag. less an, & lit.; ’s = has; adjunct adj.
VHCR. F. PardoeMy devotees could make initially unlettered people confused with an effort – so could Ianag. less p + a try
VHCW. K. M. SlimmingsReverence not lost for words, when you cut short prelate’s broadcastanag. incl. yo(u)
VHCBrig R. F. E. StoneyAdmiration of words to Player in form after Carnoustie’s tenthe + anag.; ref. Gary P., golfer
VHCD. C. WilliamsonHeresy against Newspeak, presumably, yet a prole freely expresses itanag.; ref. Orwell, ‘1984’
 

HCs awarded in competition 174 to:

R. H. AdeyR. DeanG. JohnstoneD. P. M. Michael
F. D. H. AtkinsonA. L. DennisA. H. JonesJ. L. Moss
E. W. BallJ. H. DingwallJ. R. KirbyD. S. Nagle
Brig R. V. M. BennJ. DromeyCapt G. LanghamF. E. Newlove
Mrs F. BlanchardJ. EggelingA. LawrieR. J. Palmer
E. J. BurgeF. D. GardinerJ. H. C. LeachS. L. Paton
R. S. CaffynJ. GillA. D. LeggeG. S. Prentice
Mrs M. B. CarterS. GoldieJ. P. LesterC. C. D. Shute
P. A. CashD. HawsonMrs S. M. MacphersonG. Snowden-Davies
E. A. ClarkeMrs E. J. HolmesM. MallettT. A. J. Spencer
G. H. ClarkeR. HooperD. F. ManleyF. B. Stubbs
D. L. CollinsE. M. HornbyT. A. MartinMrs M. P. Webber
Mrs M. P. CraineMiss E. H. C. JenkinsDr B. N. McQuadeS. Wozowczyk