Azed Competition No. 45  Azed Slip  |  ◀  43  |  50  ▶  |  Other competitions  |  ordStats
No.DateClue wordClue typeClues
45 Jan 1973NEMORAL normal24


AwardClue writerClueExplanation
FirstL. F. LeasonLearn manoeuvres clumsily with second lining of the brakesmo in anag.; brake2
SecondA. L. DennisNightclub opening with topless ‘thighy’ displays of shady naturen + (f)emoral
ThirdE. R. RiddleTrim form, lean but feminine. Twiggy, perhapsanag. less f; but = except
VHCE. AkenheadMen put up covers near the mouth of a woodmen (rev.) + oral
VHCC. Allen BakerShaw’s adjective is not disfavoured now – quite acceptable in factne + moral; ref. Pygmalion, ‘not bloody likely’; shaw = wood
VHCM. Barnes‘Within a Budding Grove’ – that’s our version of le romananag.; ref. Proust, ‘A la Recherche…’
VHCE. J. Burge‘Woody’ is normal England opener abroadanag. incl. E; ref. B. Wood, cricketer
VHCR. S. CaffynLe roman en traduction: Within a Budding Grove?anag.; ref. Proust, ‘A la Recherche…’
VHCE. ChalkleyLook! – Soldiers, about half an army, coming up like Birnam Woodar(my) in lo men (all rev.); ref. Macbeth
VHCMrs M. P. CraineLike places retaining the birch – not old-fashioned, merely principledne moral
VHCA. J. CrowMerry role-man of Sherwood?anag.
VHCE. R. EvansTraduisez le roman forestier en anglaisanag.
VHCJ. A. FinckenBosky mean rolling more than half cut? Not right?anag. incl. rol(ling); bosky = slightly tipsy
VHCJ. P. H. HirstIt’s historically not a certainty what dryads werene moral
VHCMrs B. LewisBosky, renders ‘Ole Man R’ off-keyanag.
VHCD. F. ManleyAdults worked up and vocal, like the pantomime kids at the Palladiummen (rev.) + oral; ref. ‘Babes in the Wood’
VHCD. McCallumIf otherwise, no realm of dryadsanag.
VHCC. J. MorseShooting men have spoken of a wood or an elm covertmen (rev.) + oral and anag.
VHCW. G. H. MylesSuch surroundings caused the lone ram’s confusionanag. & lit.; ref. sacrifice of Isaac
VHCF. R. PalmerSource of most of modern ethic? Shaw’s so describedne(w) moral; ref. G. B. S.; shaw = wood
VHCW. H. PegramBelonging to an orange grove? Strangely the answer’s a lemon, right?anag. incl. r
VHCE. J. RackhamConcerning woodland, people must rise up and get vocalmen (rev.) + oral
VHCT. E. SandersShaw’s adjective – before the end of Victorianism not previously utteredne + m + oral; ref. Pygmalion, ‘not bloody likely’
VHCW. K. M. SlimmingsGet hands up, before examination of shady charactermen (rev.) + oral

HCs in competition 45 awarded to:

R. AbreyD. M. DuckworthP. LeatherM. G. Rupp
Mrs W. J. AndersonA. L. FreemanJ. P. LesterL. G. D. Sanders
F. D. H. AtkinsonS. C. GilchristD. J. MacKayT. A. J. Spencer
G. BlundenJ. A. GillMrs E. McFeeJ. G. Stubbs
Mrs A. BoyesS. GoldieD. P. M. MichaelD. J. Thorpe
R. BrainE. GomersallC. G. MillinG. A. Tomlinson
Mrs M. E. BrittonMrs R. HarveyP. M. NeweyA. Turner
E. W. BurtonMiss M. E. R. HendersonDr R. J. PalmerG. H. Willett
C. O. ButcherJ. HorwoodJ. W. ParrC. E. Williams
N. C. DexterMiss F. S. KempL. S. PearceS. E. Woods
Cdr H. H. L. DicksonD. P. LaurieMiss I. M. Raab 
L. L. DixonA. LawrieJ. Revill 
Grp Capt G. H. Du BoulayP. W. W. LeachS. V. Riordan