Friday 3rd April 2009 (Series 60, Game 41)

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Friday 3rd April 2009 (Series 60, Game 41)

Post by Joseph Bolas » Fri Apr 03, 2009 3:31 pm

Countdown recap for Friday 3 April 2009.

C1: Champion Joe Caruana (1 win, 68 points.)
C2: Challenger Sue Keable.
DC: Susie Dent and Jerry Springer.
RR: Rachel Riley.
OT: Other words or solutions.

R01: O U E S L R L M A
R02: D T N M E I E V S
R03: I A O N P P T E B
R04: W S T X I O I D R
R05: 75, 3, 9, 2, 2, 7. Target: 965.
TTT: EARPRIDE - "Fixed something and put the odd socks back together"
R06: T T R K E U E D D
R07: A O U S T B F E J
R08: C P N M A O E N S
R09: O I A T H S R A L
R10: 100, 7, 9, 2, 10, 1. Target: 326.
TTT: NOISYHUG - "Not particularly old, a bit like Jimmy"
R11: E I E R R S Y R O
R12: C P T N A O I Z R
R13: O U A I F R L H G
R14: 25, 2, 8, 9, 6, 7. Target: 944.
R15: N O E L S N I C E (conundrum)


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Round 1: O U E S L R L M A

C1: SMALLER (7)
C2: morales
DC: SLALOMER (8) LAURELS (7)
Score: 7–0 (max 8)

Round 2: D T N M E I E V S

C1: INVESTED (8)
C2: DEMENTS (7)
OT: SEDIMENT (Kai) (8)
Score: 15–0 (max 16)

Round 3: I A O N P P T E B

C1: APPOINT (7)
C2: POINTE (6)
OT: ANTIPOPE (Junaid) (8)
Score: 22–0 (max 24)

ANTIPOPE - A person established as pope in opposition to one held by others to be canonically chosen.

Round 4: W S T X I O I D R

C1: IDIOTS (6)
C2: WORST (5)
OT: DISTRO (6) DROITS (6)
Score: 28–0 (max 30)

DISTRO - A computer software distribution package.

Round 5: 75, 3, 9, 2, 2, 7. Target: 965.

C1: 967. Mistake in working.
C2: -
RR: 965. (75 x (9 + 2 + 2)) - (7 + 3) (10)
Score: 28–0 (max 40)

Teatime teaser: EARPRIDE -> REPAIRED

Round 6: T T R K E U E D D

C1: UTTERED (7)
C2: UTTERED (7)
DC: DUETTED (7)
Score: 35–7 (max 47)

Round 7: A O U S T B F E J

C1: JOUST (5)
C2: JABOTS (6)
DC: BEAUTS (6) FATSO (5)
OT: BUTEOS (6) OBTUSE (6) ESTUFA (6) FOETUS (6) OBJETS (6)
Score: 35–13 (max 53)

JABOTS - An ornamental frill or ruffle on the front of a shirt or blouse, typically made of lace. A brilliant spot here by Sue.

Round 8: C P N M A O E N S

C1: CAMEOS (6)
C2: CAPONS (6)
DC: ENCAMPS (7) CANOES (6)
OT: ANCONES (7) MANNOSE (7) MOPANES (7)
Score: 41–19 (max 60)

CAPONS - A castrated domestic cock, fattened for eating.
ANCONES - A console, typically consisting of two volutes, that supports or appears to support a cornice.
MANNOSE - A sugar of the hexose class which occurs as a component of many natural polysaccharides C6H12O6.

Round 9: O I A T H S R A L

C1: TRIALS (6)
C2: RATIOS (6)
DC: HARLOTS (7) SOLATIA (7)
OT: HARTALS (7) HIROLAS (7) LARIATS (7) ORALIST (7) TAILORS (7) SHARIAT (7) SOLARIA (7)
Score: 47–25 (max 67)

SOLATIA - (plural of SOLATIUM) A thing given to someone as a compensation or consolation.

Origin of Words - Susie today talks about WHIGS and TORIES and how the names came from the words WHIGGAMORE and TORAIDHE (sp?).

Round 10: 100, 7, 9, 2, 10, 1. Target: 326.

C1: 325. Mistake in working.
C2: 324. Mistake in working.
RR: 326. ((100 + 9) x (10 - 7)) - 1 (10)
Score: 47–25 (max 77)

Teatime teaser: NOISYHUG -> YOUNGISH

Round 11: E I E R R S Y R O

C1: SORRIER (7)
C2: ROSIER (6)
DC: ERRORS (6)
OT: ORRERIES (8)
Score: 54–25 (max 85)

ORRERIES - (plural of ORRERY) A clockwork model of the solar system, or of just the sun, earth and moon.

Round 12: C P T N A O I Z R

C1: CAPTION (7)
C2: CAPTION (7)
DC: CORTINA (7)
OT: APRICOT (7) CANTRIP (7)
Score: 61–32 (max 92)

CANTRIP - A mischievous or playful act; a trick.

Round 13: O U A I F R L H G

C1: FLOUR (5)
C2: FRAIL (5)
DC: FRUGAL (6)
OT: FIGURAL (7)
Score: 66–37 (max 99)

Round 14: 25, 2, 8, 9, 6, 7. Target: 944.

C1: 950. 25 x ((8 x 2) + 9 + 6 + 7) (5)
C2: -
OT: 944. (25 x ((7 x 8) - (9 x 2))) - 6 (Junaid) (10)
Score: 71–37 (max 109)

Round 15: N O E L S N I C E

C2 buzzes on 2 seconds to say ENCLOSING which is incorrect.
C1 buzzes on 12 seconds to say INSOLENCE which is correct.
Score: 81–37 (max 119)


Further summaries are at:
http://www.apterous.org/cdb/series.php?series=60
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Re: Friday 3rd April 2009 (Series 60, Game 41)

Post by Oliver Garner » Fri Apr 03, 2009 3:54 pm

tailors as an equaller for round 9

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Re: Friday 3rd April 2009 (Series 60, Game 41)

Post by Kai Laddiman » Fri Apr 03, 2009 3:56 pm

Oliver Garner wrote:tailors as an equaller for round 9
Yeh, there are quite a few others.
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Re: Friday 3rd April 2009 (Series 60, Game 41)

Post by Joseph Bolas » Fri Apr 03, 2009 4:03 pm

Kai Laddiman wrote:
Oliver Garner wrote:tailors as an equaller for round 9
Yeh, there are quite a few others.
I forgot to press the "find automatically" button :oops:.

All corrected now :)

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Re: Friday 3rd April 2009 (Series 60, Game 41)

Post by Derek Hazell » Fri Apr 03, 2009 10:12 pm

Joseph Bolas wrote:Round 15: N O E L S N I C E
If Noel's nice, then why do most of us turn off as soon as "Deal or No Deal" comes on?
Living life in a gyratory circus kind of way.

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