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22 Jan 2013 14:25 #753736 by Nefertiti2
Inside aware, thus a mythological creature.

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22 Jan 2013 18:11 #753812 by Duncan Gardner
Arethusa's boss worked for record company in imaginative cultural pursuits (7)
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22 Jan 2013 20:50 #753863 by Wyatt Earp
Artemis' companion or charge (5)
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22 Jan 2013 23:12 #753927 by Wyatt Earp
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22 Jan 2013 23:46 - 23 Jan 2013 08:05 #753933 by Nefertiti2
Shakespearean hero first found in Orion and Peckham.

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Last Edit: 23 Jan 2013 08:05 by Nefertiti2.
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23 Jan 2013 09:56 #753999 by Nefertiti2

Nefertiti2 wrote: Shakespearean hero first found in Orion and Peckham.

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Shakespearean hero, first discovered in Orion - and Peckham.

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23 Jan 2013 10:05 #754006 by Wyatt Earp
Drawing a blank.
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23 Jan 2013 12:31 #754056 by ad hoc
Do I have to know stuff about Peckham?
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23 Jan 2013 13:10 #754073 by Wyatt Earp
I've been searching for intersections among Shakespeare, the Orion constellation and Only Fools And Horses, so far without success. Cassandra appears in Troilus And Cressida, and fits the letter count, but has nothing to do with Orion as far as I know. Other than that, nothing.

I suspect I'm barking up the wrong tree. Wyatt you plonker.
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23 Jan 2013 13:13 #754074 by ad hoc
Could it be something put inside "The Hunter"? I can't think what, and I wonder if there's some Peckham related thing I'm unaware of that would fit that.
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23 Jan 2013 13:31 #754082 by Wyatt Earp
Nag's Head from OFAH, Horsehead nebula--I'm riffing.
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23 Jan 2013 13:36 #754084 by Duncan Gardner
Cassandra of OFAH fame was from Blackheath. She's posh, innit.
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23 Jan 2013 18:31 #754242 by Nefertiti2
Shakespearean hero, first discovered in Orion - and Peckham.

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_ _ R _ _ N _ _ _

Del Boy's not the only goofy entrepreneur to come out of Peckham
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24 Jan 2013 00:02 #754468 by Wyatt Earp
No ideas at all on this one.
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24 Jan 2013 06:42 #754496 by Nefertiti2

Nefertiti2 wrote: Shakespearean hero, first discovered in Orion - and Peckham, then Newham and the north.

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24 Jan 2013 06:58 #754501 by Duncan Gardner
Rio Ferdinand's denied: let us play! (5,6)
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24 Jan 2013 07:47 #754511 by ad hoc
Sheffield United, in the opener, beat Leeds United. Now to Sunderland. (6)
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24 Jan 2013 08:08 #754515 by Duncan Gardner
Crude EU blunts re-organisation (6)
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24 Jan 2013 09:30 #754555 by Wyatt Earp
Ah! Rio Ferdinand. I didn't know he was from Peckham, and I was assuming that the three letter word at the start was something insignificant like "the", because it was missing from the first formulation. But I think it was a fair clue: not strictly Ximenean as it lacks an orthodox definition part, but perfectly cool.
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24 Jan 2013 11:10 #754635 by Wyatt Earp

Duncan Gardner wrote: Crude EU blunts re-organisation (6)


Can you check the letter count? I can make that work with (8).
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