The clues for 21A and 1D were amended earlier this week: there was an error in the wordplay in 21A. They appear correctly on my screen, but it seems that Rabbit Dave is seeing the original clues.
Thanks very much, Gazza, for the simple explanation for 14d. I am not sure that the definition and answer for 4d fit well together. I liked 12a, 16a, 18a, and 14d.
Thanks Harold and CS in advance. Unable to parse a couple also but still enjoyed it. Thanks Harold. I did have a few reservations about one or two of the clues but obviously, like RD, I was guilty of having printed off the pdf before the final adjustments were made.
Favourite by a mile was 18a. Perhaps you are getting used to my style? What I aim to do is to produce puzzles that fairly abide by Ximenean principles whilst providing a challenge for solvers which they find enjoyable.
If I fail to do that it is helpful if solvers explain why by identifying specific clues that they feel are in some way defective. We really enjoyed this puzzle. A few struggles — we initially had a different answer in 3d which slowed us down for 16a. Some super anagrams. Also liked 24a, 9a,. Struggled with 15a until we found the relevant disaster. Got the right answer though and the rest all came together with a decent amount of head scratching.
Enjoyable solve. Many thanks to BD, CS and everyone who has posted comments. I hope to back again here before long. What will be the next city to quit from your bucket list? In this amazing crossword game, you will visit all of them! Your alphabet may be more limited than you think These puzzles are challenging and will test how broad your vocabulary is, how you combine different options, and if you can search well enough to solve the jigsaw. You will need to master the vocabulary to go to the next levels.
There are extra words to find on each level if you want to make a puzzle more challenging. Connect them with your knowledge and you will have advanced a lot. Each monument is unique and has a different letter to guess. You will learn new vocabulary but also you are learning about how wonderful the earth is at the same time! Will you be able to create a hidden sentence? Begin your journey with the first wonder and climb your way up to reach the top. Connect the letters without lifting your finger, find the hidden words on the board!
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