NEW oLN CROSSWORD Number 4

29 June, 2007

ACROSS:

3 Strength and energy (5); 6 A connected row of houses (7); 7 Jail (6); 8 Heroin and morphine (5); 9 Dish of fried beaten eggs (8); 12 Atlantic or Pacific (5); 14 Oily fruit and girl's name (5); 15 The outside (8); 18 Single file party dance (5); 19 Crescent-shaped fruit (6); 20 How toast is cooked (7); 21 Scandinavian turnip (5)

DOWN:

1 A quarrel (8); 2 Priest (6); 3 Pungent condiment (6); 4 colour of snow (5); 5 Perch for a sleeping bird (5); 6 Larva of a frog (7); 10 Three-sided shape (8); 11 Shade of green (7); 13 Fodder preserved in a silo (6); 14 Exotic lily-related plant (6); 16 Body photographs (1-4)(5); 17 Rub out (5)

Solution to NEW OLN crossword No 3 (Off Licence News JUNE 15)

ANSWERS ACROSS: 1 Disinfectant; 7 Prior; 8 Rats; 10 Stout; 11 Rifle; 13 Straws; 15 Martyr; 17 Award; 18 Motif; 19 Trio; 21 Frown; 22 Steeplechase

ANSWERS DOWN: 1 Department;

2 Spitfire; 3 Nursery; 4 Errors; 5 Tart; 6 Net; 9 Subsidence; 12 Casanova; 14 Traffic; 16 Retail; 18 Mole; 20 Rut

Winner: Hazel Peaker, Holme Valley Camp

& Caravan Park, Holmfirth




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