Azed Competition No. 744  Azed Slip  |  < 740  |  750 >  |  Other competitions  |  ordStats
No.DateClue wordClue typeClues
744 Aug 1986SKIRL-IN-THE-PAN / COFFEE-DISEASE Right and Left23

 

AwardClue writerClueExplanation
FirstC. G. MillinSizzling hot skin tan peril – ghastly shade of brown – peculiar seaside affliction of the madder typeanag. incl. h; coffee + anag.
SecondC. J. MorseFried dish, Spooner’s gem in the examination, transposing initials of ‘dried fish’, see – i.e. case of the blight drinkers dreadi.e. pearl/scan ; anag. incl. d, f; ref. also drinkers’ mumbling
ThirdJ. I. & B. C. JamesSizzling model in her silk pants – Sun wanting to leave off clothing of female I’d see excitedly is a blightanag. less s; of f + anag. in cease
VHCD. W. ArthurThis could devastate Brazil – out of condition English team, making comeback in end, thwart their plan and slip away at wings – sizzling!off E + side (rev.) in cease ; anag. in skin
VHCM. BarleyOatmeal over a fire? Could it be a thin sprinkle of meal is effective in stopping blight?anag.; of feed is in cease
VHCH. J. BradburySizzling links in heat – par for this course? A supply of nutrient’s in to stop blightsausages; comp. anag. ; supply v.
VHCE. J. BurgeCurling rink plan hits English – produces audible accompaniment of ‘What’s cooking?’, ‘a growing curse,’ ‘cease!’, ‘off!’ … (English ‘side’ must be upset!)anag. incl. E; anag. incl.E
VHCC. J. & M. P. ButlerFungoid infection ravaged side of face – see cracking results if you treat rent skin with phialanag.; anag.
VHCE. DawidLank tripe and shin fried? I.e. café feed’s so foul large scale malady resultsanag.; anag., scale = leaf
VHCDr I. S. FletcherEdinburgh’s sizzling plan – rethink is involved in event where foe defies changes that’ll affect blacks and whites alike?anag. ; anag. in case, ref. Commonwealth Games, S. Africa
VHCJ. F. GrimshawScottish range noise silent? Hark! Pin breaking quiet after company’s loud and regular delivery is a sign of blasting to comeanag. co f feed is ease
VHCP. F. HendersonRejected Foreign Office stooge is sent in to stop threat to SA’s export trade? Sounds likely to fizzle – this ado could produce no apartheid linksF.O (rev.) feed is in cease; comp. anag.
VHCV. G. HendersonSee brand of beans cooked by side of cafe, see mushy peas and thin links (run for seconds) sizzlinganag.; anag. with r for s
VHCG. JohnstoneCooking hint: Sprinkle a sizzling feed of fricassee (French poached) with ginger! It could produce malaise in Café Guadeloupeanag. ; anag. less Fr
VHCS. M. MansellCrackling strangely in sink, her plant, with seed-case off, dies in the middle, wilting from leaf-blightanag. ; anag. incl. ie
VHCT. J. MooreyIf Defoe ceases to stir, I’ll check output of Brazil, Fry, then Spark, even bits of O’Neill I fancyanag., ref. Angela Brazil; anag. incl. alternate letters
VHCR. A. MostynSee side of café crumbling (the result of rust) – a thin sprinkle disperses in fry-upanag.; anag.
VHCC. OliverEnglish café by polluted seaside provides unwholesome sort of mushroom fry-up and a thin sprinkle with capersanag. incl. E; anag.
VHCR. J. PalmerNoise made by bangers perhaps – risk thin panel repaired by stuff one’s put in to stop rustanag.; of feed I’s in cease
VHCW. H. PegramSizzling heat? Sprinklin’ freely, a ton of fodder is free from leaf blight?anag.; C of feed is ease
VHCW. J. M. Scotland‘Sizzling runner’? Take hint, with panel beaten finish: aged stuff is hiding rustski r + anag.; of feed is in cease
VHCD. M. StanfordTheir plan getting skin oiled, sizzling tan colour by seaside abroad. Madder types can’t resist itanag.; coffee + anag.
VHCMrs M. P. WebberPlain thinkers cooked fatty meal, see, so I fed face with abandon – a cause of wiltinganag.; anag.
 

HCs awarded in competition 744 to:

R. AbreyD. V. HarryL. K. MaltbyW. K. M. Slimmings
C. Allen BakerJ. G. HullD. F. ManleyMs G. Talbot
J. D. D. BlaikieMrs N. JarmanH. S. MasonDr I. Torbe
A. E. BrafieldA. H. JonesH. W. MassinghamMrs J. E. Townsend
C. J. BroughamN. KemmerL. MayJ. R. Tozer
E. ChalkleyR. E. KimmonsRev M. R. MetcalfMrs J. Waldren
E. A. ClarkeF. P. N. LakeT. W. MortimerM. R. Whiteoak
G. CuthbertC. W. LaxtonF. E. NewloveM. A. L. Willey
R. V. DeardenJ. F. P. LeveyB. A. PikeM. G. Wilson
C. M. DraperC. J. LoweT. E. SandersS. Woods
S. GoldieM. A. Macdonald-CooperDr W. I. D. ScottN. Woolliscroft
G. S. HalseDr R. A. MainG. L. ScullardDr E. Young