Saturday 09 September 1995
Angry head don nailed stammery hunch.
The above sentence hides three words connected by a single theme. To find the answers, all you have to do is group the six words into three pairs, then rearrange the letters within each pair.
A copy of Chambers Encyclopaedic Dictionary will be awarded to the first correct answer opened on 21 September. Entries to: Saturday Pastimes, The Independent, 1 Canada Square, Canary Wharf, London E14 5DL.
19 August answers: GRAPES = 306579 or 432857.
Winner: John West (Sheffield)
26 August answers: The lost words were: duck, goal, checkmate: Dearth of rUns in CricKet; tarGet in foOtbAlL; in CHEss Contest a King terMinATEd.
Winner: Dave Moffatt (Gosport)
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