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Crossword blog: seeking the first twerp

1 month ago   |   By The Guardian

Ninnies and twerps galore in our pick of the best of the broadsheets' cryptic clues In the sample clues below, the links take you to explainers from our beginners series. The setter's name often links to an interview with him or her , in case you feel like getting to know these people better. 10a Freezing cold PM after exercise class no good (9)
[ wordplay : PM's first name after abbrev. for ‘exercise class'. then abbrev. for ‘no good' ]
8d Bad team standard is hard to explain
[ wordplay : synonyms for ‘bad', ‘team' & ‘standard' ]
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