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Equestrian statue @ #27864: The bedlam group should have allowed "chaos" and "disorder" as a n answer. (30 minutes ago)

Equestrian statue @ #27888: Any reason to deny simians for the apes one? (38 minutes ago)

Trillium @ #27888: Hard for me. I found only two groups. But fun! (39 minutes ago)

Dan McDaid @ #27891: Excellent grid! (1 hour, 25 minutes ago)

Dodger @ #27842: Good grid with neat herrings. (1 hour, 40 minutes ago)

j @ #8355: didnt accept bands (1 hour, 45 minutes ago)

Dodger @ #27866: Nice grid - I paid the price for my x-factor aversion ! (1 hour, 46 minutes ago)

j @ #4165: good (1 hour, 49 minutes ago)

Dan McDaid @ #27773: Elementary! (1 hour, 54 minutes ago)

j @ #6833: happy 10/10 (1 hour, 59 minutes ago)

j @ #6140: happy 10/10 (2 hours, 3 minutes ago)

j @ #2748: didnt accept keyboard (2 hours, 7 minutes ago)

j @ #583: good (2 hours, 12 minutes ago)

Jahn @ #27887: Great grid (2 hours, 13 minutes ago)

j @ #10577: good (2 hours, 15 minutes ago)

Jahn @ #27835: Cheers Dodger! (2 hours, 18 minutes ago)

Dodger @ #27877: Good grid - not easy, but fathomable ! It is a bug that you can’t edit your own grids, cos we all can make mistakes. (2 hours, 19 minutes ago)

Jahn @ #27884: Very good (2 hours, 25 minutes ago)

Dodger @ #27869: ‘Positive personal qualities attributes’ incorrect denied me a 10, otherwise top grid. (2 hours, 26 minutes ago)

Gridlington @ #27869: Good grid. Very easy! 32 seconds! Good groups but not a lot of crossover. (2 hours, 37 minutes ago)

Dodger @ #27835: Good grid - seems perfectly ok, though Buttercup group is on my list to google ! (2 hours, 40 minutes ago)

Marshmallow @ #27884: Julian was Roman Emperor from 361 to 363 (2 hours, 44 minutes ago)

Dodger @ #27836: Liked this ! Quality grid after trying some dodgy ones, thanks ! (2 hours, 50 minutes ago)

Omegaman @ #26707: The SI unit of length is metre not meter. (2 hours, 54 minutes ago)

Jahn @ #27855: Loved the punk group (2 hours, 55 minutes ago)

Dodger @ #27845: Good grid - hard to group, easier to connect ! (2 hours, 58 minutes ago)

Jahn @ #27851: Very good The corner group was great (2 hours, 59 minutes ago)

Jahn @ #27882: Nice (3 hours, 4 minutes ago)

Hal Jam @ #27884: Julian? (3 hours, 8 minutes ago)

Double Dutch @ #27882: good crossovers (3 hours, 19 minutes ago)

Jericho @ #4582: By 'eck, find the rabbit! Where's there's mucky mouths, there's brass... (3 hours, 29 minutes ago)

Jahn @ #27872: Really enjoyed this one (3 hours, 39 minutes ago)

Phill99 @ #27877: Trillium - this amended grid is completely typed up from scratch with me changing my mistake on the first one(278730). Once a grid is submitted it can't be changed. I rushed the first one so I could go out for the 8 - o - clock clap. Hope everyone else did. (3 hours, 40 minutes ago)

hippy50 @ #27884: Lots of confusion. Good grid. (3 hours, 51 minutes ago)

and @ #27422: omg, 4 words with the same letters. that's one group. random made up stuff? yeah, that's the others. terrible. (3 hours, 55 minutes ago)

Anne @ #27866: Brilliant (3 hours, 57 minutes ago)

and @ #27134: what? Hector Toeclips? the idea is to include real words. Why not esting . why am I immediately able to choose one group of 4 as a totally meaningless anagram every time. Please stop submitting. (3 hours, 58 minutes ago)

david @ #27877: nice grid. never heard of quark cheese was the only thing that messed me up (4 hours, 14 minutes ago)

Owlotron @ #11619: Excellent. (4 hours, 22 minutes ago)

james @ #27624: I put europeans (4 hours, 26 minutes ago)

Owlotron @ #7712: Very good. DIdn't get the German part but enjoyable. (4 hours, 26 minutes ago)

james @ #27869: oooh tricksy. (4 hours, 47 minutes ago)

Trillium @ #27877: Phill99, can you tell me how we can amend our own grids? I haven't seen anything about that. (4 hours, 55 minutes ago)

Jericho @ #27865: Very good. Intelligent use of the red herring. (5 hours, 7 minutes ago)

bloss @ #27834: loved it (5 hours, 15 minutes ago)

Freddgar @ #26806: Well done, I got 7/10. The blue group threw me completely. Good grid, thank you. (5 hours, 25 minutes ago)

WatcherMark @ #27868: What a toughie. I had no clue. Great job. (5 hours, 28 minutes ago)

WatcherMark @ #27872: 5/10. Great wall. (5 hours, 32 minutes ago)

Julie @ #27872: Roobarb was the title of the show - not Roobarb and Custard. But a good grid nonetheless (5 hours, 34 minutes ago)

Juliet Ibbotson @ #27870: It was fun i knew a link was juliet bit i couldnt work out which ones were that link! (6 hours, 31 minutes ago)

JD @ #27865: Excellent! (6 hours, 33 minutes ago)

Phill99 @ #27877: Amended version (6 hours, 37 minutes ago)

Super brad @ #27800: Excellent (6 hours, 44 minutes ago)

Oatcake Eater @ #74: Very easy. (6 hours, 44 minutes ago)

Oatcake Eater @ #76: Wretched grid. I'm from Stoke and Leek is not in Shropshire. (6 hours, 47 minutes ago)

Phill99 @ #27873: One of the 'butters' should be yogurt - will re-submit (6 hours, 49 minutes ago)

Oatcake Eater @ #85: Very easy. Synonyms rejected. Christmas Jones ? (6 hours, 53 minutes ago)

Oatcake Eater @ #87: Wretched grid. (6 hours, 57 minutes ago)

baz @ #27851: Really clever, great job! (7 hours, 36 minutes ago)

Me @ #27864: Cities should be allowed, as that's what they all are. (8 hours, 11 minutes ago)

bert @ #1844: so just the word "gloves" doesnt count for "types of gloves" !?!?!?! (8 hours, 27 minutes ago)

Bowiewhist @ #8769: Lovely grid - didn't get two groups but got reason for three. Polish group thwarted me. A challenging one and enjoyed it all the more. (8 hours, 30 minutes ago)

Paul @ #27854: Bit niche this one (8 hours, 34 minutes ago)

Bowiewhist @ #27367: Full marks with 26 secs remaining. Fairly easy apart from spending a good few seconds deliberating the Spring Out group as not familiar with fish in that context so had doubts. Good quality but not fiendish. (8 hours, 36 minutes ago)

Bowiewhist @ #27422: All done with 1.12 to go - a medium I think. Nicely constructed but solvable. There's a pattern to the grid once you get into it. (8 hours, 42 minutes ago)

chris @ #27865: Clever, quite like this one (8 hours, 45 minutes ago)

Bowiewhist @ #27834: Got all the groups with 7 secs left to play and managed three group reasons but although I had an answer for the Treasure Hunt group I didn't put it as it didn't match the other groups which all seemed to be synonyms - silly me. Great test but I would call it hard rather than fiendish. (8 hours, 46 minutes ago)

Jahn @ #27865: Very good (10 hours, 13 minutes ago)

Jahn @ #27835: I’ve just doubled checked in case I’ve missed something, but can’t see anything wrong or weak here. IM appears once on the grid. He could be in two groups (he is Spanish and in the PB). That makes it a good red herring. If I’ve made a mistake (wouldn’t be my first) I’ll put my hands up and learn. Are you upset because I asked you to play nice on another group?😉 (10 hours, 22 minutes ago)

Freddgar @ #27452: Solved the wall, failed to get the cricket one. Good grid, thank you (10 hours, 28 minutes ago)

Jahn @ #27835: Sorry Rick, I have no idea what you mean (10 hours, 35 minutes ago)

Trillium @ #27849: Awesome, and I flunked it completely! (10 hours, 44 minutes ago)

Rob @ #27829: Really enjoyed this one (11 hours, 6 minutes ago)

AMAC @ #27854: Managed all 4 groups without a hope at the connections - just based purely on linguistic similarity ... I had no hope of getting the connections! Overly specific (11 hours, 11 minutes ago)

Freddgar @ #27838: Good grid, failed on the cow one, got the rest. Enjoyed it. Thank you. (11 hours, 15 minutes ago)

Marakenny @ #27838: Really nice grid (11 hours, 39 minutes ago)

JBGrumpy @ #27859: Sorry folks - typo... From should have been Form. I hate that! (11 hours, 49 minutes ago)

RossChris @ #27838: (12 hours, 20 minutes ago)

RossChris @ #27838: Not too taxing but enjoyable. (12 hours, 21 minutes ago)

Beanz @ #27648: Clep Clep (12 hours, 23 minutes ago)

RossChris @ #27845: Good grid, fine challenge. Thank you. (12 hours, 23 minutes ago)

RossChris @ #27851: Great challenge, we also got the box group but were thinking about a connection to deck. Well set. (12 hours, 27 minutes ago)

Oatcake Eater @ #15: Very easy. Picky answer - Two River Dons are bigger and more well-known than the Scottish one. (12 hours, 37 minutes ago)

RossChris @ #27842: Fine grid, lovely overlaps. Thank you. (12 hours, 38 minutes ago)

Bertie @ #27694: Thanks for feedback - and yes, that's annoying about Peach(es). Good spot! (12 hours, 44 minutes ago)

JBGrumpy @ #27845: Nicely constructed (12 hours, 47 minutes ago)

Oatcake Eater @ #18: Ahead is an adverb of time or of place. Poor grid. Gilligan's and Heroes are correct answers. Parts of speech as a group is pretty poor. (12 hours, 48 minutes ago)

soozy @ #27823: nice grid to play (13 hours ago)

Oatcake Eater @ #44: Very easy. Rejected anagram. (13 hours, 1 minute ago)

Rick @ #27835: Inigo Montoya appearing twice for one meaning is weak (13 hours, 10 minutes ago)

Oatcake Eater @ #48: Excellent linguistic grid. Keep them coming please. (13 hours, 10 minutes ago)

May @ #15891: not Bronte but Austen (13 hours, 25 minutes ago)

chris @ #27838: Fine grid (13 hours, 29 minutes ago)

soozy @ #27851: Box group taxed me but tickled me when I found out what it was! Very good grid enjoyed playing it. (13 hours, 44 minutes ago)

Jay @ #22329: Totally out of order, Rick! (13 hours, 48 minutes ago)

Neal @ #2748: Noice (13 hours, 52 minutes ago)

Neal @ #10577: Ralph. That is the point Gamma and Delta are both Greek letters but are red herrings. Makes the puzzle harder (13 hours, 58 minutes ago)

soozy @ #27764: sweats group foxed me, but enjoyed it (14 hours, 6 minutes ago)

j @ #27817: good (14 hours, 11 minutes ago)

chris @ #27845: good grid (14 hours, 12 minutes ago)

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