Sunday, 1 January 2006

Gridless 003

LOVE

The challenge of this month's Gridless is to determine the meaning of its title, "Love". That will be revealed in the answerline, a vertical word or phrase, which will tie together the clues, the title, and the theme of the puzzle with an elusive logic!

1. Grouchy transportation from abroad. (5)
2. Shooters with spurs (US) or with butterscotch schnapps (UK). (7)
3. Should Theresa eat a kangaroo first or a hamburger? (5)
4. Common to number two and number ten, but not, eg, ram. (4)
5. Planet found in heaven, usually. (5)
6. Can you rest on just one of these small Mediterranean trees? (6)
7. Jude n mower. (3)
8. The Diamond Foundation. (4)
9. Boiled potato heart talks tooth and gum. (5)
10. Bring home the English philosopher (1561-1626). (5)
11. Formally acknowledge a hair ribbon. (3)
12. Skittles and holds down. (4)
13. Waste a lot of time in oubliettes. (8)
14. You can put it on, eat it, or throw it in the ring. (3)
15. Even Matilda has financial assistance! (3)
16. Holy-pioneer-who-located-the-city-of-Melbourne!! (6)
17. Fulfil an underworld contract with success. (3)
18. The regal pseudonym of a pelvis-shaker. (3,4)
19. Question a Bond colleague. (1)
20. Testament drive. (4)
21. Greek mythology's unsuccessful traveler to Hades stirs her soup. (7)

This GRIDLESS rated: TOUGH

© Gridless 2007.

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1 comment:

Britney Spears said...

Like, I live in LA and I was wondering if there were any Gridless Crossword support groups out there. These things are making me pull my hair out!