Azed Competition No. 1596  Azed Slip  |  < 1593  |  1598 >  |  Other competitions  |  ordStats
No.DateClue wordClue typeClues
1596 Xmas 2002GENISTA Definition of Anagram23

 

AwardClue writerClueExplanation
FirstN. ConnaughtonIs bagged by the chap first to arrive?seating; is in gent + a, & lit.
SecondC. J. BroughamReeling at function after good food and drinkingesta; g + at sine (all rev.)
ThirdR. J. HooperDope – taking it’s a crazy course, opposite of wise men’seasting; gen + anag.
VHCD. AppletonAcquire a box brownie, moving from llford to Fuji?easting; nis in get a
VHCD. ArthurJoshing is primarily tongue in cheekteasing; is t in gena
VHCMrs M. J. CansfieldGeats fashioned to admit metalingates; Ni in anag., & lit.
VHCA. G. FlemingMore than one way in which dominic may use information is a little lacking in depthingates; gen is ta(d)
VHCDr I. S. FletcherItinerant isn’t out of place in New Agetsigane; anag. in anag.
VHCH. FreemanImplant of collagen is tarty act of titillationteasing; hidden
VHCDr J. GilliesSexual arousal – for this, some androgen is takenteasing; hidden
VHCC. R. GumbrellCore of Lavengro? It’s provided, in substance, by a gypsytsigane; en in gist + a; ref. book by George Borrow
VHCP. F. HendersonChap travelling round is a gypsytsigane; is in gent + a
VHCJ. C. LeylandFoundation garment short of room-bust is pinchedseating; is in anag. less rm
VHCP. W. MarlowGood tennis (not one sign of nerves) played by one such as Davenportseating; g + anag. less n + a; ref. Lindsay D., US tennis player
VHCC. G. MillinIn panto, spirit and leading man appear endlessly banteringteasing; geni(e) + sta(r)
VHCC. J. MorseThe way Magi went home with information is half legendeasting; gen-is ta(le)
VHCR. PhillipsSpirits singularly active round heart of Orkneys?tangies; n in geist a
VHCMrs V. M. RileyPlaces dope on palm, inhaling bit of smokeseating; gen + s in ita
VHCA. RothSome pathogen is taking nourishment from the alimentary canalingesta; hidden
VHCD. M. StanfordChap with good instincts one gathers is not going westeasting; is in gent + a
VHCC. W. ThomasIs a bit of ‘tongue in cheek’ annoying?teasing; is t in gena
VHCD. H. Tompsett‘From the East’, carol about origin of Epiphany, cheers spiritstangies; E in sing (rev) + ta
VHCR. J. WhaleFirst book – it’s a must for the Euro-travellertsigane; Gen. + anag.
 

HCs awarded in competition 1596 to:

D. AshcroftL. J. DavenportE. C. LanceMrs E. J. Shields
M. BarleyE. V. DefleyC. LovingN. G. Shippobotham
J. R. BeresfordV. DixonW. F. MainR. Stagles
Rev Canon C. M. BrounW. DuffinD. F. ManleyMrs J. E. Townsend
E. J. BurgeR. FishleighJ. McGheeA. P. Vick
B. BurtonE. G. FletcherR. MurdochP. J. Wagstaffe
C. J. & M. P. ButlerN. C. GoddardR. J. PalmerB. Webb
D. CampbellR. GriffinJ. PearceW. B. Wendt
H. CassonJ. P. GuiverD. PendreyDr M. C. Whelan
B. CheesmanR. J. HealdJ. T. PriceMs B. J. Widger
C. A. ClarkeR. HeskethH. R. SandersD. C. Williamson
E. CrossMrs D. B. JenkinsonM. SandersonM. P. Young
G. CuthbertB. JonesD. P. Shenkin