Seasons Greetings IV by Eclogue
Each set of four radial
answers is to be entered as follows: one centre-to-rim, one
rim-to-centre, the remaining two start at a point to be determined,
proceed beyond the rim or centre and continue in the same direction
from the opposing edge, one inwards and one outwards. All clues
contain a misprint in their definitions. The correct letters in clue
order provide a partial definition of the thematic material that can
be found reading clockwise in the innermost and the first and third
outer-most rings. Chambers (2011) is recommended, but does not
contain three proper names.
Jumble books in a bundle
Dome’s housekeeper having gas cut off
Spur nag on having been in front
Perhaps Dylan’s pong’s very strong inside his ship
Swede, nemesis of turnip read in the Sun once, “Nothing ball on the
Distance before queen with gold on brow
Bluid’s spilled in crofts
Threat primarily for Indian brave ravelled in lariat
Must one have material that’s drossy, perhaps?
Has bloodsucker a slimy mug?
Supports used by faunists perhaps for queleas El Salvador bound?
Crews drink the French way?
Chop staff on line
holy book he preached against son having a bushy mush
Begum, perhaps, educated in gesture
Spins barrels in revolvers
More jaunts for king in safe environment
Tip fighter further below
new occasions count on Gunners to take the lead?
Repeat what’s about to follow
Toms in East London, say – cryptic clue’s about name
Shall unit be rallying around me? On the contrary
Hoping in Kinshasha, say, African Union’s covered battalion
Vengeance laid in plot’s echoing what’s in stare
Homey store’s noted the money’s going for volume
Strap lets us be punished
Full bright lipstick puckered up
Casas in California, maybe, power users rented locally
Stags perhaps having sparse grazing
Damon’s behind in finish
Repent of Muslims erring if rash
Gypsies caught cries of shama!
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