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Nuneaton Telegraph - - FRONT PAGE -

5. Not pro­saic ef­forts from a good es­say­ist (4) 9. Part of the leg of a young an­i­mal (4) 10. Close friend to drop a hint (8) 11. In­sur­ance makes the com­pany very short (5) 12. Ru­fus, the Com­mu­nist chief (7) 13. He gath­ers in out­stand­ing items (4,9) 18. What will be found in the book gives sat­is­fac­tion (8) 19. See 13 Down 20. Al­fresco opera in var­ied pre­sen­ta­tion (4-3) 21. Trans­port for Dr. Hill (5) 22. In the ser­vices a showy piece of re­galia (4) 23. Roughly cal­cu­late when teatime’s rear­ranged (8) It’s stylish to do a meal dif­fer­ently (1,2,4) Think what a mir­ror will do (7) See real strong change in su­per­mar­kets (7,6) It’s most ex­pen­sive, sweet­heart (7) Wil­lowy man who makes ad­vances beyond the south (7) Tri­fle with what the bow­man uses (6) 13 & 19Ac. Em­ploy­ers may re­ceive it from one with some ill-feel­ing! (7,4) 14. Cer­tain­ties for

fi­nanciers (7) 15. Scare re­solved about a

fa­mous Ro­man (6) 16. A hun­dred on the bench be­have con­ven­tion­ally (7) 17. Not at home to dis­patch mail for re­mote sta­tion (7) 2. 3. 4. 6. 7. 8. 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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