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Last updated on 8 February, 2018 at 3:53 PM


84th Entry

84th Entry blazer badge. RAF Roundel. Apprentice Wheel. Also used for Boy Entrants. RAF Roundel. 84th Entry blazer badge. Apprentice Wheel. Also used for Boy Entrants.

CROSSWORD CLUES

From time-to-time we’ll publish crossword clues here where the solution resonates with our time at Locking or has words associated with the RAF in the clue or its solution. The clues are in reverse order so that the latest ones are at the top. You can see the solutions here.


13. The Telegraph All New Cryptic Crosswords No. 10, puzzle 16 19 down

Man admitting set-up is kind of cross (7)

          

12. The Telegraph All New Cryptic Crosswords No. 10, puzzle 16 8 down

Indifference of some soldiers (10)

          

11. The Telegraph All New Cryptic Crosswords No. 10, puzzle 14 19 down

Demonstrates outside Lords and Edgbaston, say? (7)

          

10. The Telegraph All New Cryptic Crosswords No. 10, puzzle 7 11 across

Conductor’s chosen stick, eager to start (9)

          

9. The Telegraph All New Cryptic Crosswords No. 10, puzzle 5 18 down

Train set (6)

          

8. The Telegraph All New Cryptic Crosswords No. 10, puzzle 5 26 across

Poem being performed for theatre (5)

          

7. The Telegraph All New Cryptic Crosswords No. 10, puzzle 5 12 across

Worth catching performance run through (8)


6. The Telegraph All New Cryptic Crosswords No. 10, puzzle 5 11 across

People in Authority holding alternative view (6)


5. 2, 15 down:

Is put into taxi for return journey–simple! (5)


4. Daily Telegraph 20171201, no. 28599, 26 down:

Any number in region where sport can be watched (5)


3. Sunday Telegraph All new Cryptic Crosswords No. 1, puzzle 23, 16 down:

Music for church service (3, 5)


2. Daily Telegraph 2010913, no. 28531, 13 across:

Work is scheduled across Germany for the poorest city area (4,3)


1. Daily Telegraph 20170825, no. 1871, 27 across:

Rebecca possibly riding delightful horse in town (6-5-4)