Paceman from western county: "The Prince of Cumberland" (5,7)
_ _ _ _ N / _ _ L _ _ _ _
Late 80s/early 90s paceman from western county: "The Prince of Cumberland" (5,7)
_ _ _ _ N / _ _ L _ O _ _
Devon Malcolm makes a fair lady's heart-a-flutter all for nothing (5,1,6,4)
A random Hail! to sis bowls a maiden over (9)
Act like a seaman with terrible halitosis (5,4)
_ _ _ _ T / _ _ _ _
1 Hoist sail where N.L. Hoops job transformed (5,4,1)
And for your bonus,
2 O, God! (4,10)
3 Party computers Khan fashionable (2,2,5)
4 USS Urfa (6,3)
5 Pubs, teetotallers, numbers (7,3)
Solutions are harmonised
I have this, but I'm currently wrestling with what to do with it.
Mine would have been better as something like
"Prepare to take advantage of wind and terrible halitosis"
Sample Vienna's sausages at the destination of the sloop John B (6)
House of Orange-Nassau (7,5,6)
Harry Grindell Matthews to thread
Neat revision there, Wyatt.
No idea here.
I'm thinking maybe something something palace, or something something castle, or maybe something royal family, but I can't find anything to fit any of them.
I had the "royal family" idea--maybe even "British royal family"--but I can't make a cryptic clue fit.
Afternoon, team. I thought one of you would get this, esp as Hof was on the ball in his last post.
__ __ M __ __ O __ / __ __ __ R __ / __ A __ __ C __
HG Matthews (His Glorious Majesty?) is a neighbour, I believe.
Still stuck, I'm afraid, even after some Wikipedia research.
H __ M __ __ O __ / C __ __ R __ / P A __ __ C __
King Billy's favorite gaff, apparently.
I'd never have got that without all the letters, I must admit; for me, its associations are overwhelmingly with the Tudor period.
Aye, it seems to have been a lot harder than I expected/ intended.
He did massively expand it, I've just read.
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