Azed Competition No. 366  Azed Slip  |  < 362  |  371 >  |  Other competitions  |  ordStats
No.DateClue wordClue typeClues
366 Apr 1979MONKEY-SHINE normal24

 

AwardClue writerClueExplanation
FirstD. F. ManleyHokes in NY me? Perhaps – when respelt!anag. & lit.; i.e. hoax
SecondW. K. M. SlimmingsBoston’s semi-grand tea party … is it done to have a mug?monkey shine; i.e. $500; have = deceive
ThirdM. D. LawsIf it’s played, one may put Yank on and see him forgetting 1st of April!anag. less A, & lit.
VHCT. AndersonFools forgetting first, mostly backward, get taken in by me(d)onkeys hin(d) in me, & lit.
VHCE. J. BurgeFirst of month, stupid! – penny drops – instruction to produce light is a trick!m + (d)onkey + shine!; ref. puzzle
VHCR. S. CaffynTrick played on me, I think: yes, and it’s come off!anag. less it
VHCE. ChalkleyThe roguish trick meant one noticing, initially, the bit inserted ‘… to furnish light’first letters + key + shine; ref. puzzle
VHCM. CoatesJonathan’s bamboozling is nonsense about clue, nothing lesskey in mo(0)nshine; J. = American and AZ’s first name
VHCA. J. CrowTrick solution hidden in nonsense – nothing lesskey in mo(o)nshine
VHCR. V. DeardenMess about with initial letters of sixteen horizontals indicating nothing eventually? It must be a hoax!monkey + initial letters; ref. puzzle
VHCP. D. GaffeyOne of the antics Jimmy Carter’s kind of nuts domonkey shine; ref. J. C.’s peanut (monkey nut) farm; do = party
VHCB. GreerAzed’s involves nothing short of nonsense about set of answerskey in mo(0)nshine, & lit.; ref. puzzle
VHCDr J. F. GrimshawFirst of month? Forgetting day, fool starts to shuffle his initials – never expecting mischievous trick!m +(d)onkey + initial letters; ref. puzzle
VHCE. M. HolroydA dark blotch – swarm’s in sight, making hummonk + shin in eye; swarm2, hum2
VHCC. W. LaxtonImp’s work, making holy man brood about a bit of legmonk + shin in eye2
VHCP. MachinShy ink, and one is involved in meanag. & lit.
VHCC. G. MillinTaking one in, initially, it could be all that malarky about a lightkey in moonshine less o(ne), & lit.; ref. puzzle
VHCC. J. MorseGee, this makes a good rag for wax polishmonkey shine; monkey, wax = anger; gee4
VHCD. S. NagleO my! Shin and knee dislocated by pulling of leganag.
VHCMrs E. J. ShieldsPrank perhaps to have fool onmonkey + shine, & lit.; shine, prank = make great show
VHCMrs B. SimmondsWhat precedes some other puzzles to shed light is a hoax heremonkey shine; i.e. monkey puzzle trees; ref. preamble
VHCF. B. StubbsIt must envisage some kind of butt to be a successmonkey shine; monkey, butt, liquor vessels
VHCG. R. WebbWhat tomfoolery is Azed up to? Nothing less than nonsense involving the cluekey in mo(0)nshine; ref. puzzle
VHCD. C. WilliamsonWhat provides a big hit, with dash? Jonathan’s jest!monkey + shine; J. = American and AZ’s first name
 

HCs awarded in competition 366 to:

C. Allen BakerO. H. FrazerR. E. KimmonsH. L. Rhodes
Mrs A. R. BradfordMrs J. O. FullerA. D. LeggeRear Adm W. T. C. Ridley
Rev C. M. BrounS. GoldieC. LovingA. Rivlin
C. A. ClarkeD. V. HarryLieut Col D. MacfieT. E. Sanders
S. L. ClaughtonP. F. HendersonW. F. MainA. D. Scott
R. M. S. CorkB. HeyhoeI. D. McDonaldN. G. Shippobotham
R. DeanR. J. HooperW. L. MironG. Snowden-Davies
A. L. DennisJ. HopkinsonT. J. MooreyR. C. Teuton
N. C. DexterC. H. HudsonH. B. MortonT. R. Theakston
P. DrummondJ. G. HullF. R. PalmerA. J. Wardrop
J. D. FosterR. JacksR. J. PalmerMrs J. Welford
B. FrancoMrs N. JarmanW. H. PegramM. G. Wilson