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Gaucho Piccadilly - Restaurant Review

It’s always hard to find the perfect restaurant to take someone for their birthday. Especially when you have been together 6 years – you sort of start running out of ideas. 506 more words

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Strawberry Pie - Piccadilly

Jane Downs, Charity
Rainbow for Girls

Combine and bring to a boil:

  • 1 1/3 cups sugar
  • 1/3 cup water

Mix and Add:

Favorite Recipes From Historic Farmerville - Home Of Lake D'Arbonne

The properties of dumbers too!

Welcome back to George vs the Listener Crossnumber, the quarterly report on things logical and numerical.

Apologies (particularly to setters) for the last few weeks of being whisper quiet. 369 more words

The Properties of Numbers II by Piccadilly

I downloaded a rather large symmetrical grid with the usual anxiety I feel when the three-monthly numerical crossword appears. My trepidation only increased when I read that more than half the clues consisted of digit sums or simple additions of other solutions and not of mathematical information that could give us a tiny claw hold as a way in. 344 more words

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'The Properties of Numbers II' by Piccadilly

Brilliant.  Piccadilly, you’re a genius!   I need say no more (except that I hope we see PoN3 sooner than 23 years time!)!!

My rough solution attached below with entries going in from Red at first, through to Violet for the last few: 36 more words

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How an illiterate fishmonger became king of London’s gambling scene

William Crockford was born in 1776, in a run-down area of London called Temple Bar. His father was a fishmonger, like his father before him, and Crockford carried on in the trade for a while. 453 more words

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One day one day I hope to get to know Paris and feel at home in Paris as well as I do in Brussels; but I’m still not brave enough for it

One day, one day, I hope to get to know Paris and feel at home in Paris as well as I do in Brussels; but I’m still not brave enough for it. 129 more words