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No.DateClue wordClue typeClues
1633 Sep 2003EMPATRON / WINTERLY Right and Left 23


Competition 1633’s average clue lengths over 23 clues:

74 letters per clue (29 above the archive average, and 1 above the average for Right and Left competitions)

15.3 words per clue (5.7 above the archive average, and 0.6 above the average for Right and Left competitions)


Longest clue (the 32nd longest Right and Left clue in the archive)

What light from yonder window breaks? Dodging the —— hour, how dreary east softly enters at morn’s crack – perchance Juliet’s back

102 letters, 20 words, by M. Hodgkin


Shortest clues (the 37th shortest Right and Left clues in the archive)

Men cut short patrol at sea to help Arctic tern oiled in slick

50 letters, 13 words, by J. R. Beresford


Frequent toper, man crashes wetly in, runs shakily, cheerless

50 letters, 9 words, by Dr M. C. Whelan


Competition 1633 has contributed 18 unique words to the clue archive:

D. J. Dare-Plumptonastute
B. Burtoncheered
Dr M. C. Whelancheerless
J. C. Leylandcombed
D. F. ManleyDepressing
C. Boydgiddily
M. Barleygleefully
E. CrossLipton’s
L. K. EdkinsMona
M. Hodgkinmorn’s
J. R. Beresfordpatrol
D. J. Dare-PlumptonRoma
L. K. Edkinsscant
C. G. Millinsombre
M. Freemantavern
Dr M. C. Whelanwetly
B. Burtonwinery
M. Hodgkinyonder