34. Absurdity written on the big cap and the papal tiara (6.5) «Cryptic cryptic crossword puzzles try to tell you a story – ignore the story and look at the words.» Answer: TRAP-DOOR (i.e. «Open in the building» often concise with a surface, z.B. found on a theatre stage. Note that this is not an opening to a building. That would be a pretty hard way to walk). The solution is ROOD PART (i.e. «cross-piece» – rood is another word for the cross of Christ) all inverted (shown by «increased» – it`s a hint of down). Answer: PREPARATORY (i.e. «basic,» as in the basics or bases of something. I don`t like it. My Bradford doesn`t want to know. My Chambers and Oxford dictionaries don`t really cover it, but my thesaurus chambers eventually save the setter).
The solution is PARA (i.e. «soldier,» short for paratroopers) and TORN (i.e. «two heads») with its last letter (by «infinitely displayed»), both placed or «stop» PREY (i.e. «hunting goal»), such as: PRE (PARA-TOR). Y. Answer: CARGO (i.e., «type of worship,» in particular «a kind of religion in some Pacific islands based on the belief that ancestors or beings will bring products of modern civilization and thus make the rich and independent» I did not know.) «In» indicates that the solution was hidden in the note, such as: MADAGAS (CAR GO)) D. Estate – An estate consists of personal property (car, household and other physical property), real estate and intangibles, such as stock certificates and bank accounts held at the time of the person`s death in a person`s name. It does not include the proceeds of life insurance (unless the estate was made as a beneficiary) or other assets leaving the estate (for example.
B a common rental asset). Provision – An agreement between lawyers on both sides of a civil or criminal proceeding on one aspect of the case; (z.B. to extend the response time, postpone the trial date or admit certain facts at trial. Answer: WAVY NAVY (i.e. «reservists at sea» – in particular an earlier name for «the Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve, so named the gold corrugated network on the officers` sleeves» (rooms)). Another one, which I have not been able to decipher completely, I fear. I can see that the AY satisfies «actually» and «always» – all three are words that express concordance – and that AY wrap around V (i.e. «five» in Roman numerals) can get you A (V) Y and A (V)Y, but that`s all from me. [EDIT: Not yet this, but I wonder if «the means» will get you WAY and AV in the solution, the latter is a recognized acronym of «average».
«Actually» could be only Y, an abbreviated form of «yes,» which gives us WAY-AV-Y. Location in a Singular V or «five» then you get WA (V)Y-AV-Y. Not sure how the N would come, though. – LP][FURTHER EDIT: Thank you very much to several commentators for making their entrance on this one. The consensual view is WAY (i.e. a «way» to do something) and NAY (i.e. «real,» both called «actually»), both or «always» including V (i.e. «[roman number] five»), such as: WA (V)Y-NA (V)) Y. A file that can be written under «Best Forgotten,» I think! – LP] An average energy supply this week, and a good «start.»