Azed Competition No. 2170  Azed Slip  |  < 2168  |  2174 >  |  Other competitions  |  ordStats
No.DateClue wordClue typeClues
2170 Jan 2014SAYONARA normal23

 

AwardClue writerClueExplanation
FirstT. C. BorlandUtter it leaving terminal in Tokyo Narita?say + o Nar(it)a, & lit.
SecondMs K. BoltonHow Tokyo Rose signed off talk about Rising Sun overcoming America?say on + Ra (rev.) + A; ref. WWII Japanese propagandist
ThirdN. G. ShippobothamIt’s choppy so any rowing enthusiasts could be accompanied by a waveanag. + ARA
VHCT. AndersonSomething said at end of Saga break, regularly?say on a + alternate letters, & lit.; Saga, Japanese city
VHCD. AppletonGoodbye, son – for ever going abroad, defying the oddss ay + alternate letters
VHCM. BarleyStokes OK against Australia; for all remaining, heads must roll – it’s goodbyeS + ay + on A + a, r (rev.); ref. Ben S. and Ashes aftermath
VHCDr J. BurscoughSomething said by chaps leaving a Japanese meal, perhaps?say on + a ra(men), & lit.
VHCN. ConnaughtonIt ruined a yarn carrying on so longSA + o’ in anag.
VHCW. DreverTo add a run, one includes leg byeon in say a r a
VHCDr I. S. FletcherIs this waved from a ryokan as one at end of break leaves?anag. less k, & lit.
VHCR. J. HealdHooray Henry falls out of carriage, squiffy on strong toddy mostlys(H)ay + on + ara(k); hooray2
VHCR. HeskethClout given by Nora Batty before partingsay + anag. + a
VHCR. J. HooperClout on centre of jaw leads to real agony latersay on a + r, a; see later
VHCJ. C. LeylandTa-ta in Tokyo? Sure, a must on leaving each otheranag. of alternate letters, & lit.; must4
VHCD. F. ManleyCutter passing Bairstow’s foot that leads to a run, a byesa(w) + yon + a + r + a; ref. Jonny B, cricketer
VHCC. J. MorseButterfly’s last word in echo-sounding, circling for ever round and aboutay in sonar + a; ref. opera, Madama B.
VHCC. OgilvieTalk about those who have profitless rows for so longsay on ARA; Amateur Rowing Assoc.
VHCW. RansomeIn it you may find a valedictory’s final bit or an unusual farewella y + anag. in SA, & lit.
VHCT. RuddWe go with this line – it could be translated ‘so long’ – and are awaycomp. anag. incl. l, & lit.
VHCDr S. J. ShawExchange as heard in Nagoya, heading awayanag. less heading, & lit.
VHCP. A. StephensonA parting as any couple of Orientals articulateda in anag. incl. Or, & lit.
VHCR. C. TeutonA closing remark directed towards Rising Sun representation?a after say on Ra (rev.), & lit.
VHCA. WhittakerSo long a yarn, so rambling – and just beginning!anag. + a
 

HCs awarded in competition 2170 to:

D. K. ArnottD. A. HarrisM. OwenMrs A. M. Walden
M. J. BarkerD. V. HarryF. R. PalmerMs S. Wallace
C. J. BroughamP. J. HartleyJ. Vincent & Ms R. PorterL. Ward
Mrs S. BrownG. JohnstoneS. RandallA. J. Wardrop
C. A. ClarkeE. C. LanceS. ReszetniakN. Warne
V. DixonM. A. Macdonald-CooperMrs L. J. RobertsDr P. Whitehead
C. M. EdmundsW. F. MainG. RosserG. H. Willett
M. FreemanJ. McCabeD. P. ShenkinJ. S. Witte
R. GilbertJ. R. C. MichieC. ShortJ. Woodall
J. GlassonburyK. MilanP. TaylorA. J. Young
G. I. L. GraftonT. J. MooreyJ. R. TozerR. Zara
A. H. HarkerT. D. NichollM. Wainwright