Weekend Gold Coast Bulletin : 2018-12-08

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42 LIFESTYLE GOLDCOASTBULLETIN.COM.AU SATURDAY DECEMBER 8 2018 SUBSCRIPTIONS 1300 726 161 WEEKEND PUZZLES WORDFIT GENERAL KNOWLEDGE CROSSWORD )LW WKH ZRUGV LQWR WKH JULG WR FUHDWH D ¿QLVKHG FURVVZRUG 3 LETTERS REAP SEND SNIP SPAY VASE 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 ALL AYE BAA BOG CAT COO DEW END ERA ERR EYE GOT LET LOT OAR ODD OLD ONE ORE PIN SIR SOU STY YAK 8 9 5 LETTERS 6,66< 10 ADOBE ADORE ALIBI ANGEL AORTA AROSE AVERS BLEST CACTI DONOR DREAD DRYLY EARED ENEMY ERICA ERUPT GOOSE GORGE HOARD HUMID IMAGE LEERS LEETS LORRY OCTAL ODOUR OLDER OZONE PLUME 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 4 LETTERS 27 BASS BEDS CAKE EDAM HOAR LASS MINI PACT PETS 8 LETTERS 7 LETTERS TSARS VOCAL WEEDY SATES SEINE SENSE SISSY STEAK STIES SWILL TASTE TINEA PROPS PROSE RADII RAZOR RERAN RIGHT RILED ROAMS SAGES ASSASSIN EMBOLDEN NEBULOUS NEGATIVE BICYCLE CONSIGN DIPLOMA GUIDING NOMINEE TAKINGS DOWN 1 ACROSS 5 Darjeeling, Nilgiri and which other are India’s main teas? (5) Which TV series had Ronnie Corbett as a 40-year-old mummy’s boy? (5) What is an open space in a forest? (5) What model of Ford car features in the Harry Potter books, films? (6) What dark glassy rock comes from volcanoes? (8) Poet Wordsworth and his family had three meals a day, two of which consisted of what? (8) Who succeeded Khrushchev as Soviet leader? (8) Who titled his 1964 novel Armageddon? (4,4) What is the monetary unit of Albania? (3) What kind of animal is Disney’s Pluto? (3) What hard white calcified substance covers teeth? (6) Which is the world’s highest large city? (2,3) What respiratory organs allow some animals to breathe air dissolved in water? (5) Which American president said “I brought myself down. I gave them a sword. And they stuck it in.”? (5) What describes a car with a fixed roof and two doors? (5) Where did inventors John Logie Baird, Alexander Graham Bell and Sir James Dewar hail from? (8) What is the practice of lending money at exorbitant interest rates? (5) What breed of large terrier has a rough black-and-tan coat? (8) What was US astronomer Hubble’s first name? (5) Boy or young man (3) Where is Mount Parnassus? (6) What colour do you associate with the Dutch football team? (6) Old Norse kaggi gave us what beer container? (3) What gas causes a detectable odour near electrical machinery? (5) What is Japanese ritual suicide? (4-4) What is a length of wire or similar stretched across a drumhead to produce a rattling sound? (5) What are the living quarters for wives in a Muslim household? (7) What Russian fermented drink is made from rye flour or bread? (5) 6 LETTERS ERRATA LUGGED OUTLAW SIESTA 2 8 3 4 9 SIMON SHUKER’S CODECRACKER ALPHAGRAMS 6 10 7 11 Solve the anagrams. Each solution is a one-word anagram of the letters above it. The five solutions are alphabetically sequential. For example, if the five-letter solution starts with J, the six-letter solution starts with K, and so on. Each number in the grid represents a different letter of the alphabet. Enter the letter or letters given in the control grid into the main grid, then use your knowledge of words to work out which letters go in the missing squares. As you get the letters, fill in other squares with the same number in the main grid and control grid. Check letters off the A to Z list at the bottom as you identify them. 14 16 17 12 13 18 14 15 20 19 24 25 21 22 26 27 23 DOUBLE CROSS 5HYHDO D FRPSOHWHG FURVVZRUG E\ GHOHWLQJ RQH RI WKH WZR OHWWHUV LQ HDFK GLYLGHG VTXDUH WordBuilder +RZ PDQ\ ZRUGV RI WKUHH RU PRUH OHWWHUV LQFOXGLQJ SOXUDOV FDQ \RX PDNH XVLQJ HDFK OHWWHU RQO\ RQFH" 1R IRUHLJQ ZRUGV RU ZRUGV EHJLQQLQJ ZLWK D FDSLWDO DUH DOORZHG 7KHUH¶V DW OHDVW RQH ¿YH OHWWHU ZRUG ISALW Good Excellent Amazing 8 11 13 WORDWHEEL :RUN RXW ZKHUH WR LQVHUW D OHWWHU WR make a nine-letter ZRUG UHDGLQJ HLWKHU FORFNZLVH RU DQWL FORFNZLVH D E N G O E R R AW I P C E TS 1 2 GCBE01Z01MA - V1

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