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The Sunday Times Concise Crossword Book 3

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The Sunday Times Concise Crossword Book 3 -
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      This is the clue one
      if exist then display the clue two

      Introduction

      The Sunday Times Concise Crossword Book 3 – by Barbara Hall, Crossword Editor

      The first in a collection of 80 Sunday Times Concise Crosswords compiled by
      Barbara Hall, Crossword Editor of The Sunday Times and published in book
      form in 2002

      FOREWORD

      This collection of Sunday Times concise crosswords aims to sharpen the wits,
      expand your vocabulary, increase general knowledge, but above all to entertain.
      The subjects cover a wide range, from the name of the smallest particle
      imaginable to that of the great white whale.

      Can you name a young hare, pigeon, salmon or seal? An edible snail? Which
      bird lives in a rookery yet isn’t a rook?

      Can you name the Hindu goddess of destruction, the twin of Pollux, or a loudspeaker used with a woofer?

      What is Caribbean witchcraft, Japanese flowerarranging, and a Chinese puzzle?

      When you’ve completed these puzzles you’ll have all the answers!

      Barbara Hall

      Enjoy!
      David Akenhead, Author of the Computer Crosswords
      September 2020