Tuesday, 17 June 2014

No 11113, Tuesday 17 Jun 2014, Sunnet


Found myself in a bit of a bother since I had not blogged since Thursday. Nice one from Sunnet in anticipation of Monsoons.

ACROSS
1   Polish engineer with strong desire to move ahead (6) LUSTRE {LUST}{RE}
4   A stake taken by the French champions (8) APOSTLES {A}{POST}{LES}
10 Cocktail that can be enjoyed on the beach? (3,6) SEA BREEZE [DD]
11 Single morning's deposit taken back to one in Paris (5) UNWED {UN}{WED<=}
12 Newton only used tough material (5) NYLON {N}{ONLY*}
13 Place where all are welcome is nothing to write home (4,5) OPEN HOUSE {O}{PEN} {HOUSE}
14 A day quickly becomes a season (7) MONSOON {MON}{SOON}
Cartoon by Rishi
16 Looks left to right and right to left (4) SEES <=>
19 Fijians primarily eat pickled cheese (4) FETA {F}{EAT*}
21 Crazy Tuscan beaten up by English (7) NUTCASE {TUSCAN*}{E}
24 Leader having patent for one that can understand without hearing (9) LIPREADER {L{IP}EADER} (Correction - {L{IPR}EADER} - See comments)
Cartoon by Rishi  
25 Zulu perhaps, of urban Tunisia (5) BANTU [T]
26 Bit of love displayed by long lost relative (5) OUNCE {O}{UNClE}
27 Hands that are found in a butcher shop (4,5) MEAT HOOKS [CD]
28 Burn exotic elm inside for a refining process (8) SMELTING {S{ELM*}TING}
29 Free deserter arrested by American soldiers (6) GRATIS {G{RAT}IS}

DOWN
1   This is same for a family of wild male ants (4,4) LAST NAME*
Cartoon by Bhargav
2   Blasting assorted animal accommodation (8) STABLING*
3   Sick runner lost a bit of nip in second showing (5) RERUN RUnNER*
5   Lady engineer featured in media (7) PEERESS {P{EE}RESS}
6   Point obtained by expansion of hollow screw (9) SOUTHWEST {ScreW Expanded}
7   Left's offensive is legal (6) LAWFUL {L}{AWFUL}
8   Instantaneous power extracted out of potato by a study (6) SUDDEN {SpUD}{DEN}
9   Go back to answer (6)  REJOIN [DD]
15 Strain is apparent without oriental king (9) OVEREXERT {OV{E}{REX}ERT}
17 Mac managed to swallow one layer (8) RAINCOAT {RA{1}N}{COAT}
18 Asks for soldiers seeking society (8) REQUESTS {RE}{QUEST}{S}
20 A coalition worker's territory in India (7) ANDAMAN {A}{NDA}{MAN}
21 Conventional nationalist and upright man pulled down a couple of times (6) NORMAL {N}{(-m)OR(+m)MAL}
22 Inundations of fodder around Lake Superior at first (6) FLOODS {F{L}OOD}{S}
23 This is used to clean a parasite (6) SPONGE [DD]
25 State's ban to cover revolutionary greeting (5) BIHAR {B{IH<=}AR}

21 comments:

  1. Nice one from Sunnet.

    R missing in 24a: IPR. Intellectual property rights.

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    1. Here 'one that' is also part of the definition.

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  2. No CW link in Today's online paper

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  3. Nice engaging one from Sunnet. Enjoyed solving it. Thank you.
    Did not get 'coat' as a layer. Liked the 'Long lost' part of the relative.
    Peeress was nicely done.

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  4. A nice lot of cartoons. Imagination running wild!

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  5. Passing away of Ms.Gita Iyer's father (M.S.Venkatraman) is in the obituary column of TH.May his soul rest in peace.

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  6. Sunnet keeps up his tradition of themed pangrams. I get so absorbed in solving that I hardly get to notice.

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  7. Phew!!! At last, I could crack Sunnet's engrossing and engaging puzzle for the first time! It took me more than an hour of determination and perseverance and it paid off.
    Thanks a lot for the entertainer, Sunnet. :-)))

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  8. In TH, under Misc. there was only 1 item. But now there are 3 including Sudoku- no CW link. Inscrutable.

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  9. Missing on line. Kishore: Can you oblige by sending me a copy?

    Thanks

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  10. You are right, Paddy. I could not find it in the online edition.

    Raju, cannot send due to above. Sorry

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    1. It's ok, Ramesh J has sent it to me. So nice of you !

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  11. Thanks for all the feedback folks.

    Raju, sent you the CW. Please check you mail

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    1. Thanks a lot Rameshji.Saved my bother !

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  12. Normal & Andaman were also theme words. 'Normal monsoon' is usually what the country prays for & Andaman is the first place where it starts

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    1. You think far & wide- not just 'normal'ly !

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  13. Thin attendance because of no link in today's online paper? Where's everybody?

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    1. Praying for the monsoons??

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    2. Exactly, as it's playing truant.

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  14. Tried downloading from Androis App in the morning but failed; couldn't find time the whole day & thought woulld get down to solving late evening; found to dismay no online edition. Had to be content going through the blog.

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