Azed Competition No. 525  Azed Slip  |  < 521  |  530 >  |  Other competitions  |  ordStats
No.DateClue wordClue typeClues
525 May 1982PABOUCHE normal23

 

AwardClue writerClueExplanation
FirstW. J. M. ScotlandHalf chewed after pup’s onset – one with heelless fit?p a bou(t) + che(wed), & lit.
SecondV. G. HendersonToss a dog a bone to chew up – you might get —— gnawed too!comp. anag. & lit.
ThirdR. A. MostynRoll over with cry of anguish on face of Eiger – it’s easy to slip onbap (rev.) + ouch + E
VHCM. J. BalfourPop’s corked, but fit for consumption? Fit for my foot – it’s flat!pa + bouché
VHCE. A. BeaulahCheap cracks about the unfinished round (Ali often puts his foot in it!)bou(t) in anag.
VHCE. J. Burge‘I’m worn after day’s work’ – Dad, before getting corked (anticipating ferment)pa + bouché
VHCM. CoatesPop corked while fermenting has a kick like a mulepa + bouché
VHCN. C. DexterIt makes one roll about with cry of pain when applied to one’s back-sidebap (rev.) + ouch + e
VHCDr I. S. FletcherFoot’s requirement around the House? See he’s after power with party rid of extreme elementsP + (L)abou(r) + C he; ref. Michael F.
VHCN. C. GoddardBag containing salt is on the back of the Turk’s muleAB in pouch + e
VHCJ. F. GrimshawFoot’s casual wear leads to public exclamation about deficiently clad labour chief(l)abou(r), ch. in p, e; ref. Michael F.'s apparel at Remembrance service
VHCS. HolgateWhere you’ll see dad’s ‘plate of meat’?pa + bouché2, & lit.; ’s = has
VHCN. KemmerOriental slipper bought half wrapped in cheap shoddybou(ght) in anag.
VHCM. D. LawsPedal ornament, oriental, incorporating possibly Arab cloth, backlessab(a) in P ouch E, & lit.
VHCC. LovingOne half of pair – where champers might be in party abroad?pa(ir) + bouche (Fr. = mouth), & lit.
VHCL. K. MaltbySoft shoe worn upon beach but not close to oceananag. less n
VHCC. J. MorseYou’ll get the slipper if dad’s stopped while workingpa + bouché
VHCF. E. NewloveOne mule in the souk and path’s half bunged uppa(th) bouché
VHCC. P. ReaObject of hunting game in the Orient? A boar’s head, a bag out Easta b in pouch + E; Hunt the Slipper
VHCE. R. RiddleFor what could Bach, opus 8, be mistaken when played on sight? Chopin?comp. anag. incl. eight; chopin2
VHCA. D. ScottNeed heels for perfect fit dear? Not Ipa(t) bou(t) che(r), & lit.
VHCT. A. J. SpencerSuch as father applied to babe’s extremities involving cry of pain?pa + ouch in b, e
VHCDr E. YoungPedal covering with loose heel, I, out EastP + abou(t) + ch + E; out = not in use
 

HCs awarded in competition 525 to:

C. Allen BakerA. J. CrowC. W. LaxtonD. G. Putnam
J. K. AronsonA. L. DennisJ. F. LeveyR. F. Ray
R. C. BellO. M. EllisD. F. ManleyD. R. Robinson
Brig R. V. M. BennMrs J. FerrisL. MayM. D. Sanderson
Mrs K. BissettD. S. FielkerJ. P. MernaghW. K. M. Slimmings
Mrs F. A. BlanchardS. GoldieC. G. MillinD. M. Stanford
Mrs A. BoyesM. GoodyearJ. J. MooreL. M. Sturges
Mrs A. R. BradfordB. GreerF. MossR. T. Taylor
Rev C. M. BrounD. V. HarryD. S. NagleD. H. Tompsett
A. J. BulmanG. HigginsMrs I. NoveA. P. Vincent
C. J. & M. P. ButlerJ. P. H. HirstR. J. PalmerMrs J. Waldren
Mrs M. J. CansfieldW. JacksonS. L. PatonM. G. Wilson
J. L. CopeF. P. N. LakeB. A. Pike