Cludoku

 

Cludoku is a puzzle developed by TopAccolades Limited. It is essentially Sudoku employing letters instead of the traditional numbers 1-9 plus:

 

 

The basic idea is to:

 

 

The clues always state whether the solution is to be found in a straight line (denoted by an 'I') or by zig-zagging (denoted by a 'Z'). If denoted as 'I' , the solver must find the solution in a straight line, even though a zig-zagging solution may also be possible. If denoted as a 'Z', then no straight-line solution is available.

 

 

Example Cludoku:

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CEIMPRSTU

1

TV detective series starring Helen Mirren (Z:5,7)

2

Ascend (I:4)

3

Punch delivered upwards with arm bent (Z:8)

4

Places (I:4)

5

Creature (Z:7)

6

Ready to eat (I:4)

7

Domestic cats (Z:7)

8

Long rods used for playing snooker (I:4)

9

Repeated passage in music (Z:7)

10

Drinks in small amounts (I:4)

11

Portrait (Z:7)

12

Actors in show with no speech (Z:7)

13

Quell (Z:8)

14

Disease with swelling of parotid glands (Z:5)

15

Paper handkerchiefs (Z:7)

16

Unit of radioactivity (Z:5)

17

Band of colour different from background (I:6)

18

Warship (Z:7)

19

Lollies (I:4)

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One who tends to expect a bad outcome (Z:9)

 

The puzzler would fill in the letters of the grid in the usual way. Next, he would try to find a word that matches the clue formed from the available letters, and then see whether the proposed solution can be found in the grid. Alternatively, particularly if he fails to find a solution, he might look at the completed grid, find words, then see whether these match any of the clues. This might be a good strategy for the straight-line (I) solutions.

 

Note: In many cases, a particular word in a Cludoku may be found by following several paths. However, these Cludokus provide clues whose solutions have only unique paths (although a clue specified to have a straight-line solution (I) may also have zig-zagging solutions, but these may be ignored).

 

A solution to the above Cludoku is given below. Note that the path for a solution to a clue can be easily specified, since each letter appears only once in each row; we therefore specify the path by stating the row on which each letter of the solution appears.

 

Example solution:

 

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1:PRIME SUSPECT(112323222334) 2:RISE(1234) 3:UPPERCUT(56544565) 4:PUTS(6543) 5:CRITTER(6556778) 6:RIPE(7654) 7:PUSSIES(7765567) 8:CUES(1234) 9:REPRISE(6567888) 10:SIPS(9876) 11:PICTURE(3444565) 12:MUMMERS(2345566) 13:SUPPRESS(87766565) 14:MUMPS(23445) 15:TISSUES(6556788) 16:CURIE(11122) 17:STRIPE(987654) 18:CRUISER(2112344) 19:ICES(9876) 20:PESSIMIST(656543234)

 

 

 

The appeal of Cludoku

 

We believe that Cludoku will be very popular, as it will appeal to:

 

 

It should also widen the appeal of Sudoku to those who are put off by numbers. Many people who dislike mathematics avoid Sudoku because they see numbers and shy away.

 

Even those who don't enjoy Sudokus could still try to find solutions to the clues formed from the 9 given letters.

 

Software support

 

TopAccolades Limited have produced software to support both puzzle generation and puzzle solving.

 

Puzzle generation

 

The software

a)       generates classic Sudokus (or letter-based Cludokus)

b)       searches predefined Cludokus to find those that include the most single solutions for a given set of input words (we usually start with a small set of words, including the name of a celebrity, movie or TV programme we wish to find in the Cludokus)

c)       takes a set of words that might be found in the Cludoku (i.e. words that contain the correct letters) and returns all those for which a single solution (either straight-line or zig-zagging) is available

d)       generates a formatted page (like those in the Appendix) for a given Cludoku and set of chosen solutions and clues.

 

Puzzle solving

 

For those solving puzzles, we have produced a browser-based Cludoku Assistant which

a)       provides the user with step-by-step advice on solving any given 9x9 Sudoku or Cludoku even those very difficult ones requiring the user to guess at certain points and back-track if their guess is wrong. This can also be run in Auto mode to solve any such Sudoku or Cludoku.

b)       takes a given word or phrase and produces all possible paths (if any) in which the letter sequence can be found (very fast, immediate response). The output is split into straight-line paths and zig-zag paths.

 

 

Intellectual Property

Cludoku is a registered trade mark of TopAccolades Limited.

 

TopAccolades have registered the following domains:

 

Cludoku.com and Cludoku.co.uk

Cluedoku.com and Cluedoku.co.uk

 

Further information on Cludoku and syndication of Cludoku Puzzles

 

Please contact TopAccolades via dave@topaccolades.com

 

 

 

David Wolstenholme, TopAccolades Limited

 

Copyright Topaccolades Limited 2006-2007

 

Examples

 

Below are 10 more examples of Cludokus. Solutions are given following these

 

 

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ABILNORTY

1

Former UK Prime Minister (Z:4,5)

2

Forbid (I:3)

3

Cook landed here in Australia (Z:6,3)

4

Small amount or jot (I:4)

5

Inhabitant of Britain (Z:6)

6

Paul Hewson - U2 singer (I:4)

7

Run away or escape (I:4)

8

Shore region (Z:8)

9

Ayrshire town famed for golf course (Z:5)

10

Of the family of a king or queen (I:5)

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Aristocracy (Z:8)

12

Sphere (I:3)

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Large artery coming from heart (Z:5)

14

Former BBC Director-General (I:4)

15

Indelible pattern created on skin (Z:6)

16

Longest river in Scotland (I:3)

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Ethnicity (Z:11)

18

Distinguishing habit (I:5)

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Flying rodent (I:3)

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Engine for playing with on rails (Z:3,5)


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ACEILNOPS

1

Jose Mourinho's nickname (Z:7,3)

2

Surname of Chelsea's Joe and Ashley (I:4)

3

Star of The Godfather and Serpico (Z:2,6)

4

Lavatory (I:3)

5

Spanish rice dish (Z:6)

6

Foreigner or being from another world (I:5)

7

Front section of rocket (Z:4-4)

8

Swindles (I:4)

9

Breed of dog with long droopy ears (Z:7)

10

Fleshy edges of mouth opening (I:4)

11

Gambling establishment (Z:6)

12

Outing with meal eaten out of doors (Z:6)

13

Amphibious marine mammals (Z:5)

14

Invigorates (I:4)

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Gastropod with shell (Z:5)

16

Prunes branches from trees (I:4)

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Civil force to maintain public order (Z:6)

18

Nutty dessert (Z:5,3)

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Stringed musical instrument (Z:5)

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Scarface Chicago gangster (Z:2,6)


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AEHMORSTW

1

Fictional Inspector created by Colin Dexter (Z:5)

2

played by this actor (I:4)

3

Hippocampus (Z:3-5)

4

Stabling around open yard or similar style of dwellings (I:4)

5

Male domestic fowl (Z:7)

6

Packs (cargo) on ship (I:5)

7

Person who calls others to drink in honour of someone at a dinner (Z:5-6)

8

Feign (I:4)

9

Slice of bacon (Z:6)

10

Person who studies hard (I:4)

11

Masterly performer, particularly in music (Z:7)

12

Originated or resulted (I:5)

13

Device to control temperature (Z:10)

14

Non-scientific academic subjects (I:4)

15

Plant or shrub of genus Erica or Calluna (Z:7)

16

Consider, or regard as (I:4)

17

Red or yellow pulpy edible fruit (Z:6)

18

Pastry with jam or fruit in it (I:4)

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Equine animal (Z:5)

20

Structure to help maintain mains pressure (Z:5-5)


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ACDEMNORV

1

Tory leader (Z:4,7)

2

Small drink of spirits (I:4)

3

Countdown's numbers woman (Z:9)

4

Fruit of the oak (I:5)

5

North African country (Z:7)

6

Middle of apple (I:4)

7

One who conjures up the dead (Z:11)

8

Corpse (Z:7)

9

Cupola - St. Paul's has a large one (I:4)

10

Body of church (I:4)

11

Singer such as Bing Crosby (Z:7)

12

An unreturned tennis serve (I:3)

13

Covered passage with shops (Z:6)

14

Fox's lair (I:3)

15

Barrier constructed by beaver (I:3)

16

Wander randomly (Z:7)

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Person on duty at hotel entrance (Z:7)

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A greater number (I:4)

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Device for recording home movies (Z:9)

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The first couple (Z:4,3,3)


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ADEHINRST

1

London-based BBC soap (Z:10)

2

Washed lightly (I:6)

3

Ol' Blue Eyes (Z:7)

4

Front of leg below knee (I:4)

5

Action film (1988) starring Bruce Willis (Z:3,4)

6

They go under collars (I:4)

7

Quickly (Z:2,5)

8

South African currency (I:4)

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Brand of breakfast cereal (Z:9)

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Make conform to norms (Z:11)

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Isle in Kent (Z:6)

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Mend hole in material with yarn (I:4)

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Tooth doctor (Z:7)

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Samuel Pepys was one (Z:7)

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They lay eggs (I:4)

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One who derives pleasure from inflicting pain (Z:6)

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Travel on a bike or horse (I:4)

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Last decade of a century (Z:8)

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Small island in river (I:3)

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Buried (Z:8)


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EGILNORST

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Jagger's band (Z:7,6)

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Drunk and incapacitated (Z:7)

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Spice Girl Halliwell (I:4)

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also known as this (Z:6)

5

Articles used for washing and preening (Z:10)

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Untruths (I:4)

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Soldiers on guard (Z:8)

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Essential meaning (I:4)

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Non-Jews (Z:8)

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Look at amorously (I:4)

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Able to perceive external stimuli (Z:8)

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Person who claims to see the future (I:4)

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Offensively contemptuous (Z:8)

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Quavering sound (I:5)

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Shakespeare wrote many of these (Z:7)

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Weary (I:4)

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Cause minor irritation to (Z:6)

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Device for focusing light (I:4)

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Enter (Z:3,2)

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Rules (I:6)


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CEIMORSTU

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Scientologist and star of War of the Worlds (Z:3,6)

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Totals (Z:4)

3

Those travelling to work (Z:9)

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Form of address to unknown persons (I:4)

5

Social insects of order Isoptera (Z:8)

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Leave out (I:4)

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Stocks or assets (Z:9)

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Person with great self-control (I:5)

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Constituent of curry powder (Z:8)

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Belonging to us (I:4)

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Intended to improve appearance (Z:8)

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Remainder (I:4)

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Sugar (Z:7)

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Ponder or reflect (I:4)

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Programmes such as Friends or Blackadder (Z:7)

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Force a disorderly retreat (I:4)

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Forcibly impel (Z:6)

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A meansof memorizing by repetition (I:4)

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Travelling show of clowns and animals (Z:6)

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Institutes legal proceedings against (Z:4)


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AEGIJLNOR

1

Star of Lara Croft movie (Z:8,5)

2

Something or someone to avoid (I:2-2)

3

Singer with the Rolling Stones (Z:6)

4

First name of Pride and Prejudice author (I:4)

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Extremely angry (Z:2,1,4)

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Shakespearean King (I:4)

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Keen (Z:5)

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Cashless method of payment (I:4)

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A type of lingerie worn at night (Z:8)

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Affectionate name for a parent's mother (I:4)

11

One undergoing instruction (Z:7)

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Dance (I:3)

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Lion-like (Z:7)

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Person in charge of prisoners (Z:6)

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Growing bigger (Z:9)

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Departed (I:4)

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One who catches fish with hook and bait (Z:6)

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Beer (I:3)

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In abundance (Z:6)

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U.S. Vice-President under Clinton (Z:2,4)


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AEHOPRSTY

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Young wizard at Hogwarts (Z:5,6)

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Illustrious warrior (I:4)

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Meat dish cooked in covered container (Z:3,3)

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often including these root vegetables (Z:8)

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Flat-bodied fish related to sharks (I:4)

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Actress Kensit's first name (Z:5)

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Organs for hearing (I:4)

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Revolves (Z:7)

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Fruit (I:4)

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Del Boy's family name (Z:7)

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Footway (I:4)

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Large bird preying on fish (Z:6)

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A rower uses one (I:3)

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Title of ancient Egyptian ruler (Z:7)

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Unladen weight (I:4)

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England and Australia compete for these (Z:5)

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Trim (I:4)

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Large scissors (Z:6)

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Expect and desire (I:4)

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Film with Buzz Lightyear (Z:3,5)


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ABDEGNORW

1

UK Prime Minister (Z:6,5)

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Large quantity of money (I:3)

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Name of a fish in a film starring John Cleese (Z:5)

4

Style, especially of book (Z:5)

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State lying between Spain and France (Z:7)

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High Andalucian town with large river gorge (I:5)

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Exhausted or damaged by fighting (Z:3-4)

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Resident of an Indian state (formerly Portuguese) (I:4)

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Bound up in strips of material (Z:8)

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Mechanism for motor transmission (I:4)

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Forsake (Z:7)

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Medal (Z:4)

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Rapid succession (e.g. of questions) (Z:7)

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With skeletal tissue removed (I:5)

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One who steals (Z:6)

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Label with trade mark (I:5)

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Ground in which rabbits abound (Z:6)

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Pole or perch (I:3)

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One who asks for money or alms (Z:6)

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Sinner (Z:9)



Solutions

 

Note: To the right of the solution is a list of numbers in brackets. These refer to the row in which the corresponding letter may be found


 

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1:TONY BLAIR(456667889) 2:BAN(444) 3:BOTANY BAY(545666677) 4:IOTA(5678) 5:BRITON(876545) 6:BONO(8765) 7:BOLT(6543) 8:LITTORAL(32234434) 9:TROON(33345) 10:ROYAL(12345) 11:NOBILITY(67876654) 12:ORB(123) 13:AORTA(55543) 14:BIRT(5678) 15:TATTOO(432343) 16:TAY(567) 17:NATIONALITY(99877666654) 18:TRAIT(45678) 19:BAT(234) 20:TOY TRAIN(34454323)

 

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1:SPECIAL ONE(7899878876) 2:COLE(8888) 3:AL PACINO(33456766) 4:LOO(654) 5:PAELLA(455433) 6:ALIEN(34567) 7:NOSE-CONE(87787876) 8:CONS(5555) 9:SPANIEL(4456554) 10:LIPS(4444) 11:CASINO(211223) 12:PICNIC(111222) 13:SEALS(78789) 14:PEPS(5678) 15:SNAIL(33212) 16:LOPS(9999) 17:POLICE(334432) 18:PECAN PIE(56767777) 19:CELLO(32343) 20:AL CAPONE(78765434)


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1:MORSE(54456) 2:THAW(2345) 3:SEA-HORSE(22334456) 4:MEWS(3333) 5:ROOSTER(2212321) 6:STOWS(23456) 7:TOAST-MASTER(77655654432) 8:SHAM(9876) 9:RASHER(554432) 10:SWOT(6543) 11:MAESTRO(5665544) 12:AROSE(22222) 13:THERMOSTAT(5432122332) 14:ARTS(5555) 15:HEATHER(2233432) 16:RATE(4321) 17:TOMATO(345677) 18:TART(2345) 19:HORSE(34456) 20:WATER-TOWER(4543211121)

 

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1:DAVE CAMERON(44566554567) 2:DRAM(5555) 3:VORDERMAN(665556789) 4:ACORN(12345) 5:MOROCCO(3344566) 6:CORE(8765) 7:NECROMANCER(65456554333) 8:CADAVER(6544567) 9:DOME(2222) 10:NAVE(2222) 11:CROONER(7676767) 12:ACE(456) 13:ARCADE(776544) 14:DEN(444) 15:DAM(888) 16:MEANDER(5454556) 17:DOORMAN(7676789) 18:MORE(9876) 19:CAMCORDER(545665556) 20:ADAM AND EVE(3445545543)


5

 

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1:EASTENDERS(5565678767) 2:RINSED(345678) 3:SINATRA(1232323) 4:SHIN(5678) 5:DIE HARD(4565432) 6:TIES(5432) 7:IN HASTE(7898788) 8:RAND(1234) 9:SHREDDIES(456789987) 10:STANDARDISE(43234432323) 11:THANET(554323) 12:DARN(6789) 13:DENTIST(5444543) 14:DIARIST(9987787) 15:HENS(7777) 16:SADIST(112321) 17:RIDE(8888) 18:NINETIES(87665432) 19:AIT(789) 20:INTERRED(45654332)

 

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1:ROLLING STONES(9876554433221) 2:LEGLESS(6655567) 3:GERI(2345) 4:GINGER(655434) 5:TOILETRIES(4321233332) 6:LIES(6543) 7:SENTRIES(76678878) 8:GIST(4321) 9:GENTILES(56565678) 10:OGLE(5555) 11:SENTIENT(76565432) 12:SEER(2345) 13:INSOLENT(55456667) 14:TRILL(54321) 15:SONNETS(6776677) 16:TIRE(6543) 17:NIGGLE(877677) 18:LENS(6666) 19:GET IN(32321) 20:REIGNS(654321)


7

 

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1:TOM CRUISE(876665545) 2:SUMS(7678) 3:COMMUTERS(233432121) 4:SIRS(4567) 5:TERMITES(98987665) 6:OMIT(7654) 7:RESOURCES(323456654) 8:STOIC(98765) 9:TURMERIC(21122344) 10:OURS(3456) 11:COSMETIC(34444565) 12:REST(1111) 13:SUCROSE(9987667) 14:MUSE(5678) 15:SITCOMS(4543212) 16:ROUT(7777) 17:COERCE(322343) 18:ROTE(7654) 19:CIRCUS(567899) 20:SUES(7888)

 

8

 

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1:ANGELINA JOLIE(8988765656656) 2:NO-NO(1234) 3:JAGGER(223456) 4:JANE(4444) 5:IN A RAGE(5445545) 6:LEAR(5555) 7:EAGER(65456) 8:GIRO(1111) 9:NEGLIGEE(44565667) 10:GRAN(9876) 11:LEARNER(5556765) 12:JIG(765) 13:LEONINE(8788765) 14:GAOLER(454556) 15:ENLARGING(443454333) 16:GONE(7777) 17:ANGLER(898787) 18:ALE(432) 19:GALORE(787678) 20:AL GORE(112344)


9

 

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1:HARRY POTTER(98987654334) 2:HERO(9876) 3:HOT POT(989898) 4:POTATOES(67765433) 5:RAYS(9876) 6:PATSY(89889) 7:EARS(1234) 8:ROTATES(8776544) 9:PEAR(7654) 10:TROTTER(2344334) 11:PATH(2222) 12:OSPREY(655432) 13:OAR(888) 14:PHARAOH(6678889) 15:TARE(7654) 16:ASHES(11233) 17:PARE(6789) 18:SHEARS(232121) 19:HOPE(9876) 20:TOY STORY(45545433)

 

10

 

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1:GORDON BROWN(54323322121) 2:WAD(321) 3:WANDA(78887) 4:GENRE(12323) 5:ANDORRA(5677678) 6:RONDA(55555) 7:WAR-WORN(7655434) 8:GOAN(2222) 9:BANDAGED(44555454) 10:GEAR(2345) 11:ABANDON(3322121) 12:GONG(9987) 13:BARRAGE(9876545) 14:BONED(11111) 15:ROBBER(211223) 16:BRAND(34567) 17:WARREN(456765) 18:ROD(777) 19:BEGGAR(554321) 20:WRONGDOER(988787787)