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9. 10. 11. 13. 15. 17. 20. 21. 22. The spe­cious philoso­pher changes his post (7) See 18 Down The po­si­tion of the div­ing board abroad (4,3,5) Once a dock area to dis­patch goods (6) Fruit for the royal house (6) Joint en­ter­prise pro­duc­ing un­der­cloth­ing (12) Feast of legu­mi­nous food and noth­ing more (5) Hut soon re­con­structed in Texas (7) The rate fluc­tu­ates with cer­tain valu­able prop­erty (8) 23. Some­how made a fer­mented drink (4) Ig­nore re­li­gious oc­ca­sion (8) Politi­cian sur­rounded by strong drink – more than enough! (5) Even if not mad, he could pose a threat (6) He should pro­vide you with the right fare when you go out (12) Col­lec­tion of cut­lery be­comes a mess! (7) Ex­am­ine some of the ex­or­bi­tant es­ti­mates (4) Pho­to­graph al­bums? (7,5) In a rush a lad used log­i­cal de­duc­tion (8) Gas in­clined to sur­round fa­ther (7) Flow­ery sec­tion pro­duced from dif­fer­ent earth round the north (6) 18 & 10Ac. Po­si­tioned close to the main lo­ca­tion for cas­tle con­struc­tion! (2,3,5) Help to make a stake (4) 1. 2. 4. 5. 6. 7.

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14. 16. 19. This puz­zle has no clues. In­stead, ev­ery num­ber printed in the grid rep­re­sents a let­ter, with the same num­ber al­ways rep­re­sent­ing the same let­ter. For ex­am­ple, if 8 turns out to be a V, you can write in V wher­ever a square con­tains 8. Us­ing your knowl­edge of words, com­plete the puz­zle.

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