Azed Competition No. 434  Azed Slip  |  ◀  430  |  439  ▶  |  Other competitions  |  ordStats
No.DateClue wordClue typeClues
434 Aug 1980JARDINIÈRE normal27


AwardClue writerClueExplanation
FirstG. M. HornbyLe début de jeunesse – rien à dire: translated – quite a dishj + anag.
SecondN. C. Dexter‘Grace before me?’ Ire roused in another English cricket captainanag. in Jardine; ref. Douglas J.
ThirdA. J. CrowDish that is grasped by improvident diner – mess of pottage?jar + i.e. in anag.; ref. Jacob and Esau
VHCT. AndersonI display a variety of vegetables – row upon row I cultivatejar din I ere2
VHCP. R. ClemowMinor flap before in parliament radical forces government to riseere in id raj (all rev.)
VHCM. CoatesFeature of florid Chelsea display causes uproar in the air, jeer that is coarsedin in anag.; ref. C. Flower Show
VHCR. DeanVessel that is seen here and there embellishing a restaurantjar + diner with i.e. separately added, & lit.
VHCR. V. DeardenYou could put an arrangement of Iris and Red Jasmine in this, Misscomp. anag. & lit.
VHCJ. H. DingwallProtective adjunct to headgear that’s right for adoption by English cricketeri.e. r in Jardine; ref. Douglas J.
VHCDr I. S. FletcherPot that’s served in diner on the move, perhapsjar + i.e. in anag., & lit.
VHCV. G. Henderson——’s embellished with flowery artistry (might serve as a jerry, in dire straits)comp. anag. & lit.
VHCE. M. HolroydType of vessel – with fancy reed in one?jar + anag. incl I, & lit.
VHCM. D. LawsShock is followed by uproar and anger about Coe’s last lapjar + din + e in ire; ref. Seb C., Olympic final
VHCJ. H. C. LeachMake discordant hubbub – that’s Royal Exchange stock-holder, typicallyjar din i.e. RE; stock = flower
VHCC. G. MillinVessel with small diameter at home one has to cultivatejar d in I ere2, & lit.
VHCW. L. MironJeer Indira? Wrong! I can display flagsanag.; flag = flower; ref. I. Gandhi
VHCC. J. MorseTwo rows I cultivate as of old, one with vegetables in and one for flowersjar din I ere2
VHCN. O’NeillMobs jeer Indira: you might find Indian shot for thisanag.; I. s.= flower; ref. I. Gandhi
VHCR. J. PalmerArrangement of irid near heads of jonquil etcetera may go in hereanag. incl. j e, & lit.
VHCJ. T. PriceExcited juniors read tripe (not including Proust’s letters) – making head flapcomp. anag.
VHCC. P. ReaRose may well be contained by this body-line merchant – that is right, containedi.e. r in Jardine; ref. Brian R., Douglas J.
VHCT. E. SandersDisplay what by the beginning of January are in dire conditionsJ + anag., & lit.; conditions vb.
VHCB. D. SmithHolding flags? It could be – former England leader snatches a single with hesitationI er in Jardine; ref. Douglas J.
VHCF. B. StubbsI render j’ai clumsily; bloomers may be commited hereanag.
VHCG. R. WebbPot with one reed in? It could be so arrangedjar + anag. incl. I, & lit.
VHCD. B. WilliamsJ. R.’s a big noise; getting leader of Ewings in rage causes a flapJ + ar + din + E in ire; ref. ‘Dallas’
VHCDr E. YoungRose may be picked for it – that test player’s admitted that’s righti.e. r in Jardine; ref. Brian R., Douglas J.

HCs in competition 434 awarded to:

D. R. ArmitageJ. D. FosterJ. R. H. JonesW. H. Pegram
D. W. ArthurB. FrancoA. LawrieP. Rhodes
M. J. BallF. D. GardinerA. D. LeggeMrs J. Saunders
S. J. L. BallN. C. GoddardJ. C. LeylandN. E. Sharp
E. A. BeaulahR. S. HaddockC. J. LoweJ. Sparrow
P. R. BestR. B. HarlingL. K. MaltbyJ. B. Sweeting
Mrs A. BoyesP. F. HendersonD. F. ManleyH. Tillier
E. J. BurgeJ. P. H. HirstC. S. MarcusD. H. Tompsett
E. ChalkleyR. A. HutchinsonT. J. MooreyJ. F. N. Wedge
D. P. ChappellG. JohnstoneT. W. MortimerD. C. Williamson
A. L. DennisA. H. JonesF. R. Palmer