Puzzle 1.8 Hints
1. Headless may mean that the first letter of a word is taken away.
11. Don't consider the words “Due South” as one phrase, and note that “away” may mean you have to take something away from a word.
14. Think about horse racing.
23. This is easier than it looks!
25. An anagram that uses an abbreviation for one of the letters of the anagram.
27. The letters for the answer are given to you almost one at a time!
30. Remember that “nearly” usually indicates to cut a word short.
31. What is Edward often shortened to?
33. The letters for the answer are there for you, and “every other” is the key to finding where they are.
1. This may seem like a difficult clue, but just try to think of another word for “disputes” and see if you can fit the rest of the clue in with that.
6. You'll need to know the common symbol (abbreviation) for platinum, and remember that “empty” often means just the first and last letters of a word are to be used.
7. Don't ignore the word “is”!
8. Good can be abbreviated to “g.”
19. What is the middle of “Feds”? Now work out what you need to put inside that to get the answer.
24. Nothing to do with the date — you need the fourth letter of July!