Azed Competition No. 2196  Azed Slip  |  < 2191  |  2200 >  |  Other competitions  |  ordStats
No.DateClue wordClue typeClues
2196 Jul 2014SEMANTRA / TRABEATE Overlaps19

 

AwardClue writerClueExplanation
FirstM. BarleyNational team run ragged in South America – when they play, bars reverberate with cross supporters endlessly frustratedanag. incl. N, r in SA; beate(n)
SecondP. L. StoneClangers in church building? Collapse means constructing a better one using horizontal beamsanag.; anag. incl. a
ThirdR. C. TeutonWe might replace Bell; star name’s out of form, almost broken, having more than one flat summeranag.; beate(n); ref. test cricket
VHCD. AppletonIn church we signal manse needs renovation. Built from horizontal beams, without poles, battens are warpedanag.; anag. less N, S
VHCD. K. ArnottAt centre, gymnasts master spinning round bars, producing sound floor exercises, initially using horizontal beams, but not vaultinganag. incl. na; beat + e
VHCC. J. ButlerDeveloping art means bell equivalents built of horizontal beams, hammered? Not quiteanag.; beate(n)
VHCJ. GrimesRaving mates ran musical bars with straight beams from strobe at edgeanag.; hidden
VHCR. J. HealdRecalled star Stokes substitutes for Bell, ace batter century-less after decline in summer formname S (rev.); anag. less c; ref. Ben S., Ian B.
VHCJ. C. LeylandIn fuzz, are man’s feet finally hammered? They are pretty well flat with no archesanag. incl. t; beate(n)
VHCE. LoobyHaving horizontal timbers pulse with echo Rastamen animatedly sounding bars in place of worshipbeat E; anag.
VHCM. A. Macdonald-CooperConstructed from beams, articles regularly used in better contrived means for adjusting toll bars?a, a regularly placed in anag.; anag.
VHCD. F. ManleyBell is alternative to one of those names bandied about as a better skip, no candidates ultimately having unbending support?anag.; anag. less s; ref. English cricket captaincy controversy
VHCC. J. MorseRevolutionary design calls for vibrant bars in churches, mostly topped with horizontal beamsart names (rev.); beate(n)
VHCJ. Vincent & Ms R. PorterBell-like instruments giving stars backing (comprising flat, wooden support!) can be seen in orchestra, beatennames (rev.); hidden
VHCN. G. ShippobothamRastamen broadcast church gongs, beamed as part of vibe at Easteranag.; hidden
VHCS. J. J. TiffinEmin and Hirst, say, going round noisy bars, fortified by Carlings, possibly, but exhausted before exhibition’s openingart names (rev.); beat + e; see carling
VHCJ. R. TozerCharacters around noisy bars order a beer at ‘time’ with great booms, perhapsnames (rev.); anag. incl. t
VHCMs S. WallaceBeamed gallery houses dancing bear performing as men hammered instrumentsanag. in Tate; anag.
VHCA. WhittakerPounding means bars struck in Orthodox churches, constructed with beams, are battered, smashed with no sign of stoppinganag.; anag. less red
 

HCs awarded in competition 2196 to:

T. AndersonMs U. CarterM. LunanP. Taylor
M. BarkerB. CheesmanW. F. MainK. Thomas
P. BartlamW. DreverRev Prebendary M. R. MetcalfMrs A. M. Walden
Ms K. BoltonC. M. EdmundsC. G. MillinL. Ward
C. J. BroughamDr I. S. FletcherR. A. NortonG. H. Willett
J. M. BrownD. V. HarryM. OwenDr E. Young
Mrs S. BrownR. HeskethS. Randall 
D. A. CampbellE. C. LanceW. Ransome 
D. CarterJ. P. LesterT. Rudd