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ACROSS I—He was divine, with the accent on the last part. (7) s—Stickers knock back this food. (7) o—Plant used in lovephiltres, but of course in last part. (7) 10—The old school tie tells us what the wearer is this of. (7) 11—Unique reference to the fellow who had to use a petrol lighter? (9) 12 —Heavy air, this. (5) 13—It has as many spots as there are circles in it. (5) 15—What a hot banquet may be to one suffering from cold. (9) 17 —This should go the round at the wedding reception. (9) 19—A pointer to successful cultivation of allotment. (5) 22—A Jink between Canada and France. (5) 23—"Cut antler" (anag.) (the stase might be this, though). (9) 25—A practice common to dentists, actors and gangsters. (7) 26—Impute a Phariwe's opponent. (7) 27—Hastened about flsh, and gave it a fine damping. (7) 28—Hoary in attempt, and

worthy of tears. (7) DOWN I—Soldiers siesta (austerity model). (7) 2—Rather a sweet affair of the one with the footpads about the ones who did the shooting. (7) ' 3—The earliest firm of pump. (5) « —The pojmlar word far It is ersatz. (9) s—Given the last of this garment one wouldn't be helpless. (5) 6—Had no rude make-up, and was opposed to cavalier behaviour. (9) i 7—As timid as a dead tooth. (Two words— 1 2, S)

B—They often have many letters on them, some i for hoarding and some for disposal. (1) | 14—He doesn't count, though he may reckon he does. (9) i 16—"Split a pun" (anag.) (and here's asking you not to do It again!). (9) ; 17—Go miles to get to this French town. (7) 18—This would be much too sharp for a disciple of 1 across. (7) . 20—Can be produced by tearin?, but cannot be' torn. (7) 21—Very shaky, nearing the fall. (7) 23—Sup from 16 down for the opposite of this. (51 21—Not one of those colourless drinks. (5)

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Auckland Star, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 185, 7 August 1945

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Auckland Star Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 185, 7 August 1945

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