Azed Competition No. 1130  Azed Slip  |  < 1128  |  1134 >  |  Other competitions  |  ordStats
No.DateClue wordClue typeClues
1130 Jan 1994AGRESTAL normal21


AwardClue writerClueExplanation
FirstC. J. MorseAce filly laps remainder of the fielda + rest in gal
SecondH. W. MassinghamAlas, Gert’s gone – like Daisyanag.; ref former comedy duo
ThirdC. A. ClarkeAs garden not half let run to seed?anag. & lit.
VHCD. AppletonSo is maiden pink before onset of giant spider typically leads to abandoned lunch?a, g rest a, l; ref Miss Muffett, snooker
VHCB. W. BrookGrowing wild despite cultured environment, ploughed Greats et al,anag. + al
VHCE. CrossPloughing Greats, one student’s rusticatedanag. + a L
VHCR. A. EnglandAs lea-rig badly maintained, one succumbing to first sign of tares?anag. with t for I, & lit.
VHCDr I. S. FletcherSet about in stalag running of escape?re in anag.; escape = garden plant growing wild
VHCH. FreemanCountry, one that’s abandoned EEC, featuring in new edition of atlasGr(eec)e in anag.; country ad]
VHCN. C. GoddardA tare or groundsels might be this round rose, perhapscomp. anag. & lit.
VHCP. F. HendersonGarden least dug over comes to this end?comp. anag. & lit.
VHCR. J. HooperA great lover’s not finished performing – naturally wild in bedanag. less over
VHCMrs J. MackieIdle, flaunting gala clothing – like Lily of the versesrest in anag.; ref Matthew 6, 28-29
VHCD. F. ManleySuch as could be least needed by acreage with grain?a + gr + anag. & lit.
VHCK. McDermidUncultivated amateur getting stage right and left confuseda + anag. incl. r, l
VHCT. J. MooreyClary may be thus described: excess in a girl’s clothing!rest in a g(ir)l; ref Julian C.
VHCC. J. Napier‘Growing wild, this grounsel ruins garden,’ so Tull ragescomp. anag.
VHCF. R. PalmerLilting line, a great prime feature of Swinburne, as found in ‘A Forsaken Garden’I a great S anag.
VHCP. L. StoneUncontrolled gales at end of ‘leg-over’ broadcastanag. incl. r; ref Brian Johnstone
VHCMrs J. E. TownsendA good king least arrayed like the liliesa g r + anag.
VHCJ. R. TozerA second Galtieri wanting the Is could emerge, occupying land we don’t look afteranag. incl. s less i, i

HCs awarded in competition 1130 to:

I. Munro.N. C. DexterM. KissenM. E. J. Richardson
F. D. H. AtkinsonV. DixonF. P. N. LakeDr D. R. Robinson
M. J. BalfourM. EarleJ. H. C. LeachN. J. Roper
M. BarleyC. M. EdmundsJ. D. LockettH. R. Sanders
E. A. BeaulahM. G. ElliottC. J. LoweW. J. M. Scotland
J. R. BeresfordMrs R. M. FarrerProf S. G. G. MacDonaldN. E. Sharp
C. I. G. BickmoreC. J. FeetenbyL. K. MaltbyR. Stagles
Mrs K. BissettP. D. GaffeyP. W. MarlowJ. G. Stubbs
R. E. BootN. GambierG. McStravickR. C. Teuton
Mrs A. BoyesMrs K. R. GardinerDr E. J. MillerD. H. Tompsett
H. J. BradburyC. R. GumbrellC. G. MillinDr I. Torbe
C. J. BroughamP. J. HeapR. S. MorseA. J. Wardrop
Rev Canon C. M. BrounR. HeskethJ. J. MurthaM. H. E. Watson
B. BurtonJ. HetheringtonA. NashMs B. J. Widger
D. A. CampbellT. M. HoggartR. O’DonoghueG. H. Willett
A. G. ChamberlainR. F. A. HorsfieldR. Parry-MorrisA. J. Willis
F. H. CrippsJ. G. HullS. L. PatonM. J. Willis
D. B. CrossW. JacksonMrs E. M. PhairW. Wynne Willson
A. L. DennisR. E. KimmonsH. L. RhodesDr E. Young