Azed Competition No. 300  Azed Slip  |  < 298  |  301 >  |  Other competitions  |  ordStats
No.DateClue wordClue typeClues
300 Xmas 1977SLINK-BUTCHER normal28


AwardClue writerClueExplanation
FirstB. GreerHe offers terrible chunks without hesitation in a shamblesanag. less er & lit.
SecondC. J. and R. S. MorseClub thinks afresh about back – he doesn’t mind what calves he hacks!anag. + re (rev.)
ThirdA. NaysmithHis joints might even make the curs blinkanag. & lit.
VHCMrs A. R. BradfordOne quick to unload tough innards?butch in Slinker & lit.
VHCM. A. CooperWhat’s my line? Product of keb, mortling and such – but not mog!comp. anag. & lit.
VHCR. DeanHaving bastard child put to death, my flesh is crawling!slink, butcher
VHCR. P. C. FormanWhat kitchen tables might I supply with meat? Rum ones!comp. anag. & lit.
VHCB. FrancoThink clue’s b— awful? Right! I must resort to slips to deliver the goodsanag. + r; slips = acts of slipping
VHCP. D. GaffeySomehow he is from the sick runts able to make eatscomp. anag. & lit.
VHCSqn Ldr A. J. HoldstockDealer in calfskin slipper with tough liningbutch in slinker & lit.
VHCS. HolgateHe cashes in on early fallers, but after slip ’chaser loses heartslink, but, ch(as)er
VHCE. M. HolroydHis seasonable offering may cause complaint: awkward b—, cluers think!anag.; s = to be seasoned
VHCMrs N. JarmanJogging club’s rethink, a chopper for undeveloped calvesanag.
VHCF. P. N. LakeI’m in luck, – berth’s free! Lousy joint? I’ll sink my hook in it anyway!anag.
VHCA. LawrieHe’ll make sick stirk be lunch for usanag. & lit.
VHCW. LaxtonSound quality’s lacking in his scales – he’d make e.g. Bluthner sickanag.
VHCJ. H. C. LeachSirloin’s capital joint, but dear au charcutier: don’t buy from him!S, link, but, cher
VHCC. LovingI saw a measly hand that’d make Culbertson, I think, pass on it!anag. less on it
VHCC. G. Millin‘You wouldn’t like my meat’, blurts chicken to cook, but its head’s chopped offanag. less initial letter
VHCJ. D. MooreMincemeat from him could make us blink and retchanag. & lit.
VHCD. S. NagleWith meat beginning to hum I can provide for cooking at humbler kitchenscomp. anag. & lit.
VHCF. R. PalmerA —— could make lunch time be a riskcomp. anag. incl. t & lit.
VHCB. A. PikeLoins cut from stillborn kine – such I might provideanag. less anag., & lit.; cut = drunk
VHCE. G. RileyKirtles bunch artfully, calves appearing forwardly? Just my meatanag.
VHCBrig R. F. E. StoneyHe may push ham when bad cast prematurely spoil showslink, butcher
VHCJ. WebsterSome disorder may supply the ends of lamb he trucks inanag. incl. l, b & lit.
VHCC. E. WilliamsChewing his wares could make us blink and retchanag. & lit.
VHCDr E. YoungSchubert’s left unfinished in his pieces one gaining from a premature endlink(s) (= left Ger.) in anag.

HCs awarded in competition 300 to:

M. AdamsMiss W. GardinerP. LeatherW. Rodgers
R. H. AdeyDr J. H. GerardA. D. LeggeL. G. D. Sanders
C. Allen BakerJ. GillJ. S. LeishmanT. E. Sanders
T. AndersonMrs S. M. GillamJ. P. LesterW. J. M. Scotland
G. AspinD. A. GingerH. W. LewisDr A. H. Seville
M. BarnesT. E. GirdlestoneN. A. LongmoreD. P. Shenkin
Mrs F. BlanchardS. GoldieMrs S. M. MacphersonJ. W. Sherwood
Mrs A. BoyesMrs F. M. GrantMrs J. MahoodN. Shippobotham
Dr A. E. BrafieldJ. F. GrimshawD. F. ManleyMrs B. Simmonds
J. C. BrashC. R. GumbrellS. M. MansellW. K. M. Slimmings
Rev C. M. BrounH. HancockJ. N. MartinB. D. Smith
C. O. ButcherJ. HarringtonH. W. MassinghamT. A. J. Spencer
P. CargillD. V. HarryL. MayF. B. Stubbs
C. A. ClarkeV. G. HendersonA. J. McLeanA. Sudbery
P. R. ClemowG. HobbsD. P. M. MichaelC. M. Tatham
R. M. S. CorkR. J. HooperDr E. J. MillerR. C. Teuton
R. G. CroslandE. M. HornbyDr R. G. MonkK. Thomas
P. R. DavisJ. HorwoodA. C. MorrisonL. E. Thomas
H. F. DixonW. A. HowellR. A. MostynG. A. Tomlinson
J. H. DoranC. H. HudsonP. NewtonF. Toms
R. P. DowlingB. IliffeD. A. NichollsJ. R. Tozer
P. DrummondR. JacksD. B. OatenJ. F. N. Wedge
A. DysonW. JohnsonM. L. PerkinsA. West
L. K. EdkinsG. JohnstoneBrig A. PrainMrs J. E. Wilson
V. H. FieldA. H. JonesMrs A. PriceC. P. Wood
J. A. FinckenN. KernmerT. L. PriceS. E. Woods
J. P. FordProf N. KesselMrs D. M. C. PrichardA. J. Young
M. and J. FortescueJ. R. KirbyMiss I. M. RaabP. Young
J. D. FosterMrs M. KissenRear Adm W. T. C. Ridley 
Mrs J. O. FullerE. C. LanceD. Riley 
F. D. GardinerM. D. LawsW. G. Roberts