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Best Answer for Lunch Hour End, Often Crossword Clue. The word that solves this crossword puzzle is 5 letters long and begins with O. Lunch time, often · Time for lunch, often · Lunch often served with toothpicks · Lunch break's length often.


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The crossword clue Modigliani work, often with 4 letters was last seen on the April Hours After Midnight Crossword Clue · Common Lunchtime Crossword Clue.


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Lunchtimes, often is a crossword puzzle clue that we have spotted 1 time. There are related clues (shown below). Referring crossword puzzle answers. NOONS.


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End of lunchtime, often crossword puzzle clue has 1 possible answer and appears in 1 publication.


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Best Answer for Lunch Hour End, Often Crossword Clue. The word that solves this crossword puzzle is 5 letters long and begins with O. Lunch time, often · Time for lunch, often · Lunch often served with toothpicks · Lunch break's length often.


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Answers for the crossword clue: Lunch time. Eleven plus one · Factory whistle time, often · Factory whistle time, perhaps · Former U.K. carrier · H-hour in a Gary​.


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I did an applied maths PhD on ice shelves and since then developed a Bayesian search engine for an IT company. But with the online crossword community so social these days through social media, I think it's great for setters and solvers alike to mix. So you can solve them "plain" but if you spot the hidden theme, you might get an extra sense of enjoyment. I often find that good clues seem to write themselves, in that the cryptic part I see suggests a natural surface. One of the modern benefits to using software to help create the grids, I guess. Since my setting remit is to produce puzzles at the more accessible end of the spectrum, my first thought was that I'd set too hard a puzzle. My lovely wife puts up with my crossword bug very kindly, although being Swedish she has never wanted to solve a single one! I mainly solve Guardian puzzles , so although it might sound like a cliche, I really do admire all of them. Back in , after I'd been setting for about 18 months, I'd created a simple website where friends and family could download my latest puzzles. If pressed to narrow that down, I'd say that those setting full-time get my extra admiration for being able to conjure up witty, creative clues consistently over a long period of time. Loading comments… Trouble loading? Since I work full-time, I often end up writing clues over lunchtimes and whenever spare time permits. Most important of all, I have a very loving family with a wife and daughter who are heaps of fun to spend time with. As to where the creative impulse comes from … if I knew, I'd bottle it and sell it. Topics Life and style Crossword blog. With so many types of format and device and such a good online community, I think crosswords will be around for a long time yet. Since I wasn't aware of the earlier clue, it goes to show that some words forms more natural cryptic clues than others! They have different styles, backgrounds and ways of thinking which adds up to a very varied set of puzzles. Let's meet Qaos. Then lots of paper and pen with lashings of coffee. Reuse this content. So I think setting crosswords is a bit of everything. When I write them, any clues that seem too clumsy and artificial, or if they require too many cryptic steps when solving. Again, the clue seemed to flow naturally from the definition "bond" with only the small job of making sure that 's classic phrase was included nicely. Setting is many things: art, craft and logic; linguistic, fun, creative and informative. What makes an unsuccessful clue? At a cost, they will. Threads collapsed expanded unthreaded.

John Tabraham, better known to solvers as Qaossets for the Church Timesthe Magpielunchtimes often crossword AcrossCalendar Puzzles and had his sixth Guardian puzzle printed this week.

While you can't please everyone all the time, it's also a very lunchtimes often crossword way to get feedback on your puzzles. Eric's generous action gave me confidence to submit puzzles to the Crossword Centre and Magpie soon afterwards and the rest, as they say, is history.

So thanks to him for sending Qaos in the direction of Guardian solvers — and thanks, of course, to Qaos for taking part. Most popular.

Or if there's a "penny-drop" moment where the setter has had you fooled for a bit, but you take great satisfaction in cracking it. In addition, I do like putting ghost themes into my puzzles a compulsive impulse, you might say. At the moment, my six-year-old daughter seems to be channelling the spirit of Bob Monkhouse, so I'll tell you one of her latest:. I set the grids on computer at home, but compile clues anywhere and everywhere. Assuming the clue is logically "valid", I think a successful clue is witty and makes you smile. It's fair to say my mind is always active. One of the links on my website was to "Eddie James' Crossword Showcase" , and Eric had used my email address by accident. He can be sneaky and funny but never unfair, and his clear cluing means he wouldn't be a bad choice to recommend to neophyte solvers. But as the project looked interesting and was for a good cause, I also offered my services as an amateur setter. Crossword Compiler software , Chambers Dictionary and Thesaurus both in paper and on smartphone, tablet etc. Order by newest oldest recommendations. I learned the crossword basics from my dad as a teenager and regularly tackled the Guardian's Saturday puzzle during my university years and beyond. Being an honest chap, I pointed out the case of mistaken identity and passed on Brummie 's correct contact details. Before joining the Guardian, it was "what an unusual hobby", but producing anything for a national newspaper always sparks people's interest. Actually, no. Timestamps relative absolute. Being the generous person he is, Eric added a couple of extra months to the 3D Crossword Calendar and so my first published crossword was in print alongside my setting idols, such as Araucaria , Enigmatist and Pasquale to name just three. When did you get the crossword bug? After all, a clue with a hidden answer may be superb in itself, but if it's the fourth hidden clue in a puzzle, it's not going to be as suitable for that crossword. My favourite clue recently was the starting point for a crossword with many hidden Bond references :. What's your favourite of your own clues or puzzles? So I would hope that anyone picking up the paper and reading "set by Qaos" would look forward to solving it. Anyway, I digress. I learn things when looking up references, and themes are often inspired by the world around. Did you spot the hidden theme, though? They're solvable without spotting the hidden extra connections between some of the clues, the ghosts including Rene Magritte, Apple computers and Liverpool FC. Where do you create your puzzles? The setting bug really caught me about five years ago after setting a few puzzles for friends and family. It's better than the reply I normally get when they find out I'm a mathematician. What do you think goes through a solver's mind when she sees that it's a Qaos puzzle? The world is an infinitely varied and interesting place, so themes often pick me depending on what I've done or seen recently. When Tramp and I realised that we were both Guardian setters, were both mathematicians and had both worked with Bayesian statistics, the apt comment was: "What are the chances of that? Having said that, I tend to see clues not in isolation, but as part of the whole. I'm a mathematician at heart so I'm often on the lookout for ways to put a little maths into my clues. Going into a coffee shop, my first thought is "Will a Scot serve me tacos here in Ascot by the coast, while Tosca plays in the background? In a funny way, I very much have Eric to thank for getting my setting career rolling. What are the tools of your trade? On those occasions, I feel I'm discovering the clue rather than creating it. What makes a successful clue? In fact, until Hugh sent me the proof, I had no idea that puzzle was going to be a prize one! It's also wholly characteristic of Eric Westbrook to add extra months to the 12 that the rest of us assume is the maximum. However, since the general feedback was that it was an "easier" Saturday one, maybe the level was OK after all. I firmly believe that the most important aspect of solving crosswords is that it's fun. My favourite clue recently was the starting point for a crossword with many hidden Bond references : He said 'shaken, not stirred' — timeless Bond! Even last thing at night — a sure-fire way to send my wife to sleep! What do you do besides writing crosswords? Show 25 25 50 All. John, one of the six Johns who set for the Guardian, sneaks what he calls "ghost themes" into his puzzles.