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NTSPP – 025

Not the Saturday Prize Puzzle – 025

Solvers by Radler

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Foreword

Welcome to the twenty fifth in our series of weekly puzzles.

This week we have another themed puzzle from Radler.  Work out who the solvers are and the puzzle becomes a lot easier!

Setters Notes

A puzzle dedicated to all the solvers.  I hope you will all enjoy it!

The puzzle

Solvers by Radler

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Additionally there is an interactive version of the puzzle here

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1 Solver’s fancy so it’s said (6) 1 Solver’s hand (and foot) in trouble (5)
4 Solver’s time to follow 12 writer without point and non-British writer with one (6) 2 Solver’s ragtime dances (7)
10 Garland captured by Minnelli eloquently in retrospect (3) 3 Quiz and half of news recycled by paper (7)
11 Solver’s busy laying eggs? (5) 5 Morbid accumulations giving rise of equivalent to God (7)
12 Solver’s increase in noise (5) 6 Creeping back for every piece (7)
13 Listens in to absurd swearing, lacking hint of nuance (7) 7 Part protruding from below lacks safety feature (5)
14 Solver’s flower (7) 8 See 16
15 Californian youth sails (7) 9 Posh candles all over the place but no plates (8)
18 Tenant fails to complete name with second contracts (7) 15 Solver’s food say, for 1 down say (3)
21 Middle one of the solvers in this puzzle (3) 16/8 More heads to turn: stripper sporting eye-opening fishnets (3-4)
22 Solver’s dressing and should pay (7) 17 Snip snip away? No! No! Not necessary, being infertile (8)
25 One’s left Judge Dread, gone East and North-east England (7) 19/20 Switch between swings and roundabouts? (6)
28 Vital file with flu remedy (7) 23 Prohibition judge, American, with a little alcohol (7)
29 Annual meeting of disagreeable woman and her blustering leader (7) 24 Having to dodge slap in the face (7)
31 Solver’s brother (5) 26 Economic policy after re-shuffle? (3,4)
32 Solver’s earth mover (5) 27 Flow with the wind from the South, to change 16 (3,4)
33 Confession using made-up words? (3) 28 Comical and funny endings rate humour (5)
34 Solver’s time away embracing setter (6) 29 Solver’s endless repetitive song (4)
35 Solver’s way North (6) 30 Solver’s getting Ed off infuriated Gordon (5)

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