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Katherine Times Wed 13 Dec 2017



Katherine Times Wed 13 Dec 2017


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Australian newspapers -- Northern Territory -- Katherine; Katherine (N.T.) -- Newspapers

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PUZZLES Wednesday December 13, 2017 KATHERINETIMES 25katherinetimes.com.au PUZZLER SOLUTION SOLUTION SUDOKUJUMBLE QUIZ 1.Norwegians.2.Pope.3.J.M.Barrie. 4.WalkontheMoon.5.Bird. 1. Which people were the first to settle in Iceland? 2. What title is given to the head of the Roman Catholic Church? 3. Who created the literary character Peter Pan? 4. Buzz Aldrin was the second man to do what? 5. What sort of creature is a puffin? 1079 2603 E U E T D R E B N Using the nine letters in the grid, how many words of four letters or more can you list?The centre letter must be included and each letter may only be used once. No colloquial or foreign words. No capitalised nouns, apostrophes or plural words ending in s. Reference source: Macquarie Dictionary. bendbenderbredbreed bundbuntedburden burnedDEBENTUREdebt debutdeerdentdenture deterdrubduetdune endueendureentered etudeneedneuterednude reedrendrentedruderued teedtendtendertenured treedtrendtruedtubed tunedturnedunder TODAYSTARGET GOOD: 20 VERY GOOD: 25 EXCELLENT: 30 GENIUS: 35 Simple rules, challenging puzzle All the numbers from 1 to 9 must be used once only in each 3x3 square, in each row (horizontal) and each column (vertical). 2. Roof support (6) 3. Seemingly self-contradictory (11) 4. Destroyed (11) 5. Head coverings (5) 6. Rhyming verse (4) 10. In view of the fact (6) 11. Roam (5) 12. Fades (4) 1. Folded tortillas used as loose outer garments? (5) 6. Tremulous beep surrounds regressing pound stone (6) 7. Cunningly planned way to taste garlic recipes (11) 8. Cheat a chessman (4) 9. This mans showing us a sharper way of looking at things (4) 13. Pioneer may follow the jacket (11) 14. South Yarra turns up in many selections (6) 15. When one has something wise to say, take notice, period! (5) CRYPTIC CLUES EASY CLUES ACROSS DOWN 2. Perhaps the punter needs it to keep a roof over his head (6) 3. You see how lax a picador can become, its self-contradictory! (11) 4. Got rid of any sign of the freshly aired bottle (11) 5. Lives out of the bridalwear supplies (5) 6. Somehow compute cut-out words strung nicely together (4) 10. In view of the fact that the enchanted genies were not blind (6) 11. Platters put out for a homeless creature (5) 12. At first Englishmen bowl before someone goes out (4) 1. Envelops in soft material (5) 6. Little stone (6) 7. Cunning (11) 8. Black crow (4) 9. Focusing device (4) 13. Pioneer (11) 14. Sets out for display (6) 15. Proverb (5) ACROSS DOWN ACROSS:1.Wraps,6.Pebble,7.Strategical,8.Rook, 9.Lens,13.Trailblazer,14.Arrays,15.Adage DOWN:2.Rafter,3.Paradoxical,4.Obliterated,5.Veils, 6.Poem,10.Seeing,11.Stray,12.Ebbs TODAYS ANSWERS BELOW: COMBO 2932 COMBO CROSSWORD To discover how our range of solutions and support can help your business grow, call us on 1300 289 877 or email customerservice@fairfaxmedia.com.au for your FREE Digital Health Check. *Source: smartcompany.com.au WERE A DIGITAL NATION 95% of Australian households are online 92% of Australians use the Internet to look for information on products or services ....but only64% of businesses have a website. ARE YOU PART OF IT? We have everything you need to connect your business with local customers and beyond. Web Design Search Engine Marketing Search Engine Optimisation Email Marketing Social Media Marketing

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