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The CLR Cryptic Christmas Quiz: Discussion thread December 25, 1915

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1. The CLR Cryptic Christmas Quiz: Day 1 | The Cedar Lounge Revolution - December 25, 2015

[…] or share hints (or curse the question setters), we have created a separate discussion thread here, craftily filed away in the posts for December 1915 so that it won’t pop on your front page […]

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2. ar scáth a chéile - December 25, 2015

Got that one – do we post answer or stay stum ?

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Tomboktu - December 25, 2015

Which ever way you wish. This thread allows you comment or not.

Of course, if you’re right and share it, you reduce your own chances of winning the wee prize. (Sharing or keeping… the dilemmas of socialists at play.)

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ar scáth a chéile - December 26, 2015

Mmm … the Cedaristas are a clever bunch so obviously know the answer to Q1 too – but are being very quiet , which suggests a mé féiner approach holding sway at this particular historical conjuncture. And anyway I wouldn’t want to be leading my comrades astray ..so better check I’m right .( Rud éigin a bhaineann le bualadh craicinn agus leabharlannaí sasanach táim ag ceapadh )

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3. The CLR Cryptic Christmas Quiz: Day 2 | The Cedar Lounge Revolution - December 26, 2015

[…] or share hints (or curse the question setters), we have created a separate discussion thread here, craftily filed away in the posts for December 1915 so that it won’t pop on your front page […]

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4. ar scáth a chéile - December 26, 2015

Q2- “…why cannot we not yet say…”
Is this a deliberate and vexatious double negative ?

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Tomboktu - December 26, 2015

It is a mistake. Will be corrected in a moment.

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ar scâth a chéile - December 26, 2015

Okay that’s two in the bag. Am feeling like a Tour de France domestique forgetting his station and making an early break

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Tomboktu - December 26, 2015

Tomorrow’s may challenge you. (It certainly challenged the other question setters.)

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ar scáth a chéile - December 26, 2015

Looking forward to it. Should bring the CLR quiz galacticos out of their slumber

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ar scáth a chéile - December 27, 2015

Much harder – will work on it tonight while the Politburo is getting hammered in Bowes

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5. The CLR Cryptic Christmas Quiz: Day 3 | The Cedar Lounge Revolution - December 27, 2015

[…] or share hints (or curse the question setters), we have created a separate discussion thread here, craftily filed away in the posts for December 1915 so that it won’t pop on your front page […]

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6. The CLR Cryptic Christmas Quiz: Day 4 | The Cedar Lounge Revolution - December 28, 2015

[…] or share hints (or curse the question setters), we have created a separate discussion thread here, craftily filed away in the posts for December 1915 so that it won’t pop on your front page […]

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7. The CLR Cryptic Christmas Quiz: Day 5 | The Cedar Lounge Revolution - December 29, 2015

[…] or share hints (or curse the question setters), we have created a separate discussion thread here, craftily filed away in the posts for December 1915 so that it won’t pop on your front page […]

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8. The CLR Cryptic Christmas Quiz: Day 6 | The Cedar Lounge Revolution - December 30, 2015

[…] or share hints (or curse the question setters), we have created a separate discussion thread here, craftily filed away in the posts for December 1915 so that it won’t pop on your front page […]

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9. Tomboktu - December 30, 2015

Is it to hard?

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10. The CLR Cryptic Christmas Quiz: Day 7 | The Cedar Lounge Revolution - December 31, 2015

[…] or share hints (or curse the question setters), we have created a separate discussion thread here, craftily filed away in the posts for December 1915 so that it won’t pop on your front page […]

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11. Tomboktu - December 31, 2015

Somebody on twitter said the reference to an elected monarch helped them crack Q7.

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12. The CLR Cryptic Christmas Quiz: Day 8 | The Cedar Lounge Revolution - January 1, 2016

[…] or share hints (or curse the question setters), we have created a separate discussion thread here, craftily filed away in the posts for December 1915 so that it won’t pop on your front page […]

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13. The CLR Cryptic Christmas Quiz: Day 9 | The Cedar Lounge Revolution - January 2, 2016

[…] or share hints (or curse the question setters), we have created a separate discussion thread here, craftily filed away in the posts for December 1915 so that it won’t pop on your front page […]

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14. The CLR Cryptic Christmas Quiz: Day 10 | The Cedar Lounge Revolution - January 3, 2016

[…] or share hints (or curse the question setters), we have created a separate discussion thread here, craftily filed away in the posts for December 1915 so that it won’t pop on your front page […]

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15. The CLR Cryptic Christmas Quiz: Day 11 | The Cedar Lounge Revolution - January 4, 2016

[…] or share hints (or curse the question setters), we have created a separate discussion thread here, craftily filed away in the posts for December 1915 so that it won’t pop on your front page […]

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16. The CLR Cryptic Christmas Quiz: Day 12 | The Cedar Lounge Revolution - January 5, 2016

[…] or share hints (or curse the question setters), we have created a separate discussion thread here, craftily filed away in the posts for December 1915 so that it won’t pop on your front page […]

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17. Tomboktu - January 5, 2016

The plans for a prize are not proving as easy as we’d like

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18. The CLR Cryptic Christmas Quiz: Day 13 | The Cedar Lounge Revolution - January 6, 2016

[…] or share hints (or curse the question setters), we have created a separate discussion thread here, craftily filed away in the posts for December 1915 so that it won’t pop on your front page […]

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