Edited by rsn, 04 September 2013 - 11:33 AM.
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Posted 09 September 2013 - 03:56 PM
hello rsn - long time no riddle with! have whined about this already but loosing my job and subsequently starting a business has greatly crimped my brainden time. still check in at least daily but usually just briefly and often without even signing in. also had to re-solve my own puzzle as it had been so long since last responses. these are certainly tough as evidenced by the ones solved. can see were you're coming from and could possibly qualify for an alternate answer but yeah, had a different train of thought. may have to come up with hints (other than the one i just..) or edits or altogether alternate clues. hope to see you soon
Posted 24 September 2013 - 03:56 PM
Spoiler for Got a couple to try Sir.....
hey Wilson - that's the second vote on your first response above so a viable alternative for sure but still had something different in mind (as hinted at in last response). And as for your second - certainly not beyond me to throw in a homophone nor switch up the form but all of these are indeed a - b = answer within theme. Here's an alternate clue for that one - Small but not wee
Spoiler for Already one of these, but
yeah, no repeats this time but you're so close to mine, say half-right?
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