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FREE TIMEThis issue's crossword wascompiled by Hazel Goldman. Thefirst correct entry we receive by 30 June and pull from the postbagwill receive a literary prize. Pleasesend your correct entries with yourname, address, Society and phonenumber to: Crossword 64,NADFAS House, 8 Guilford Street,London WC1N 1DA.Right: Porcelain treasures are thisissue's crossword themeACROSS1 Factory: POSED (5)4Moored to bottom of harbour (8)10German Prince who couldvote for Holy Roman Emperor (7)11Factory: LEACHES (7)12Fine type of pottery (9)13Inflamed swelling on eyelid(4)15Senussi leader or theMahdi's successor (7)17Lay down boundary lines (4,3)19French hotel chain (7)21Certificate (7)23Event such as a marathon (4)24 Factory: CREW STORE (9)27Factory: LOST RIB (7)28Factory: NEMESIS (7)29Adolescent (8)30Factory: BY RED (5)DOWN1Rug from the ram's family (9)2Spanish greeting has a songabout a shrub (7)3Do they go as far as they cango? (10)5Steal new ad-men withspecial titles (9)6Pay attention to malejournalist (4)7Minced tortoise (all but thetail) in this dish (7)8Bowler getting a duck (5)9Space sounds betterventilated (4)14Forecast support for men onother side (10)16Complete dozen (3,6)18Imagine holding bit of material, right? What a smell! (9)20A small amount in the wineproducer provides protection (7)22Having a wider angle isduller (7)23Figure made to steal books(5)25Play in afternoon - or theother way round? (4)26To get into South Africa'sclassic hall (4)SOLUTION TO CROSSWORD NO.63Congratulations to the winner ofthe competition in the summerissue: Mrs D Armstrong(Medway DFAS)This issue there is a simple check on some of the factories producing porcelain treasures. Across cluesare straightforward, with an anagram in capitals to help you along. Down clues are conventionallycryptic. All words and phrases, apart from 19 Across and 16 Down, are in Chambers DictionaryCrossword No.6466NADFAS REVIEW / AUTUMN 2010www.nadfas.org.uk2344913141618172021222324252627282930671158101215191171324TALL2AN3RA4MSAYTEANURUARNAMPOULEBARGAINGIRAMNTURENNIEI12NETIAATS13SDOLMACKINTOSHARTSASOICIL17IFTM19CGONAGALL20OEC21KNMOC22ATCHUPS23POI24LTUEAII25ANTS26TRUDELT27WIDDLETIOEEGIRS28EAR29UDIMENARY671015165891114181R13E19