Azed Competition No. 1771  Azed Slip  |  < 1766  |  1775 >  |  Other competitions  |  ordStats
No.DateClue wordClue typeClues
1771 May 2006PARTERRE normal22

 

AwardClue writerClueExplanation
FirstJ. R. TozerDriving off in F1 race inept Ferrari stalls in the pitanag. less in FI, race vt; ref. Formula One
SecondA. J. WardropLines go wrong and echo – something one playing to the gallery forgets?part err E
ThirdDr S. J. ShawRepertory theatres have ground storey – the ——comp. anag. & lit.
VHCD. AppletonPiece of theatre needs direction before Romeo enterspart + R in ere
VHCD. & N. AsplandRose displays (among other things) pert rear to doctoranag.; ref. ‘Doctor Who’
VHCM. BarleyWhat actor performs before, when playing to an audience?part + ‘ere’, & lit.
VHCM. BathMaybe Duchess’s bottom is pert rear after surgeryanag.; ref. D. Theatre, London
VHCC. J. BroughamArea with earth to render bloomers in?err in part E, & lit.
VHCC. A. ClarkeWhittle about Terry not quite 100%, the basis of blooming display at Chelsea?Terr(y) in pare; ref. football, C. flower show
VHCN. ConnaughtonFor doing one irregularly, pro gardener cops itcomp. anag. & lit.
VHCD. V. HarryConventional bedding? Tree often overlooked it2 meanings; ref. Beerbohm T., father of 6 illegitimate children
VHCM. HodgkinRep theatre cast right for the playhouse’s lowest levelanag. with r for the
VHCE. C. LanceDistinctive feature of palace garden party curtailed – the Queen’s beside herself, deranged!part(y) + ER, RE
VHCC. LovingMisdirected prat fall before end of farce – ending up here?anag. + err + e
VHCW. F. MainWith music, say, for one, perhaps Boulez can be seen hereart for I in Pierre
VHCD. F. ManleySpouse lacking passion finally about to make arrangement with separate bedspart(n)er + re
VHCT. J. MooreyThe Prince of Wales’s lowest point? Order given to a flower-bed!2 meanings; ref. PoW Theatre
VHCR. S. MorseSome sin by Eve? First couple must quit gardenpart err (Ev)e
VHCF. R. PalmerProfessional skill shown in a display of borders of rare arrangement of flower bedsart in per r(ar)e
VHCD. R. RobinsonA Prêtre ‘Fledermaus’ badly done could make us feel mad herecomp. anag. & lit.; ref. Georges P., opera conductor
VHCR. C. TeutonAre Pinter plays absorbing some regulars in ——?comp. anag. incl. r, & lit.
VHCMs S. WallaceBedding arrangement? Alas, Prescott erred badly –clot assed about, sacked!anag. less anag.
 

HCs awarded in competition 1771 to:

T. AndersonV. DixonMrs S. D. JohnsonC. Ogilvie
F. AnstisT. J. DonnellyMrs S. G. JohnsonD. J. R. Ogilvie
W. G. ArnottA. J. DornG. JohnstoneR. J. Palmer
D. ArthurW. DreverJ. P. LesterD. Parfitt
J. BainesC. M. EdmundsL. LisserA. Plumb
J. G. BoothDr I. S. FletcherP. R. LloydD. Price Jones
T. C. BorlandP. A. I. GeorgeP. LongW. Ransome
C. BoydN. C. GoddardM. A. Macdonald-CooperM. Sanderson
Rev Canon C. M. BrounM. GoodliffeN. MacSweeneyD. J. Short
E. J. BurgeB. GrabowskiP. W. MarlowD. A. Simmons
Dr J. BurscoughR. R. GreenfieldJ. B. MarshallP. L. Stone
B. BurtonJ. GrimesL. MarzillierK. Thomas
R. M. S. CorkJ. P. GuiverJ. R. C. MichieD. H. Tompsett
K. W. CrawfordG. HearfieldC. G. MillinDr M. C. Whelan
E. CrossP. F. HendersonM. MoranMs B. J. Widger
D. J. Dare-PlumptonR. HeskethC. J. MorseD. C. Williamson
R. DeanR. J. HooperW. MurphyJ. S. Witte
N. C. DexterW. JacksonR. A. NortonDr E. Young