Daily Telegraph Puzzle NumberDT 26330
Publication Date in The Daily TelegraphFriday, August 27, 2010
Link to Full ReviewBig Dave's Crossword Blog [DT 26330]
Big Dave's Review Written ByGazza
Big Dave's Rating
|Difficulty - ***||Enjoyment - ****|
It is an enjoyable puzzle today - and I definitely found it to be tad more difficult than Gazza's three stars would indicate.
Selected abbreviations, people, places, words and expressions appearing in today's puzzle
Appearing in Solutions:
Anselm of Canterbury (c. 1033 – 1109) - a Benedictine monk, a philosopher, and a prelate of the church who held the office of Archbishop of Canterbury from 1093 to 1109.
go west - UK informal If something goes west, it is lost, damaged or spoilt in some way: I couldn't get a ticket - that's my last chance to see the show gone west.
sidesman - noun British a churchwarden's assistant, who performs such duties as showing worshippers to their seats and taking the collection during a church service.
Signing off for today - Falcon