October 18, 2005

I'm sorry, I have a clue

Follow-up to Cryptic start from Computer-aided assessment for sciences

… in fact, four more cryptic clues to break the monotony of banging on about CAA. The first is egotistical:

I turn out vast work here (6,6)

The next two are culled from recent issues of The Week, that entertaining take (literally) on the news for those too busy to do justice to a daily paper.

Pound of sultanas (8)
Being as one in bed, you and me (6)

Finally another slightly naughty one that came to me while walking back down Gibbet Hill after meeting the biologists. It takes a liberty with the 'double definition' style:

Sex maniacs described? (7)

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