THE SPECTATOR" CROSSWORD No. 114
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3 N27 ACROSS 1. Portrait, perhaps, of a greedy pouter (13).
8. Individuals (8).
9. An unknown quantity of wine? (6). a. Roden was a poet (4).
13. Poor chap, he's lost three letters (5).
14. Not necessarily acconuno- dating, but it takes people in (4).
17. "Wearing his - lightly" (Tennyson) (6).
18. Before the curve? (7). 20. Where the traffic jams occur
22. Wherein to see returned but not necessarily rejected MSS.
25. Stevenson's was one of happi- ness (4).
26. Taken with ale by Mr. Maugham (5).
27. It's a wine in 22 (4).
30. Electro-plated poetry (6).
31. The Alps are confused with fog clinging to them (8).
32. Change associated with a changed void (13).
2. The man's changed the music
3. "- this last" (4).
4. A master of words (6).
5. This is usually the parson's choice (4)-
6. Stimulate (7).
7. This might give even the grandest train a start (2 words) (5, 7).
ro. Their work may be stuff, but should not be stuff and non- sense (52).
rx: Range (5).
z5. "I'd rather be a dog and bay, the moon than such a (Shakespeare) (5).
16. Tailors and shipwrights do
(5)- 19. So back to the motor he goes (5).
21. Put back (7).
23. He wrote The Barber of Seville (7).
24. At cricket he was certainly a great hit (6).
28. Letter, perhaps when un- folded from a bookmaker (4)-
29. Although Hugh is missing (4).