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FREE TIMEThis issue's crossword wascompiled by Hazel Goldman. Thefirst correct entry we receive by 30 March and pull from thepostbag will receive a literary prize.Please send your correct entrieswith your name, address, Societyand phone number to: Crossword66, NADFAS House, 8 GuilfordStreet, London WC1N 1DA.Right: King and Queen (1952-3)by Henry Moore, part of anoutdoor exhibition in thegrounds at Hatfield HouseACROSS1 Extra love included by thesculptor (5)4 Cecil's house (8)10Animal takes detectives tothe final game (7)11Maid said to need a stiffdrink (7)12Having put thingsdifferently with a new backgarden perhaps (10)13Remain in the running forquite a while (4)15Fashionable entrances canbe made, but not outside (7)17Just teach translation forone student (7)19Giant in charge of tragicship (7)21Disease of note, thanks tostudents (7)23House has a vote - what a joke (4)24Water beast for Mr RhysJones maybe, or a fabulousmedieval animal (10)27It's obvious I'd entered therace (7)28Call out about Australia witha grammatical reference (7)29Expecting to be taken over (8)30He called to the chickenon the railway (5)DOWN1Not an admirer of traditionalart (9)2Farm specialising in fruit orvegetable (7)3I wondered vaguely, at firstsleepily, what might be ontonight (10)5Humble oneself in a cellar (9)6Just blonde (4)7It extends from Castile (7)8Old lady (no advertisement)- could be sort of bird (5)9 Show facial pleasure atWagner's ring cycle (4)14 This could have a negativesolution (10)16Cars crash! Stain spreads!Poor church official! (9)18Left Union Streetcompletely in a state oflonging (9)20Ideas to upset fawns (7)22Name Alison changesbeing the one who fastenswith the pin (5,2)23He takes any other lettersto the scavenger (5)25Select the tool (4)26European country losessome microbe (4)SOLUTION TO CROSSWORD NO.65Congratulations to the winner ofthe competition in the autumnissue: Nia Jones (Walton andHersham DFAS)This crossword contains clues relating to the name of a famous British sculptor, some of whoseworks will be exhibited in the grounds of a certain English stately home (see 4 across) this summer.All words, however obtruse, are in Chambers DictionaryCrossword No.6674NADFAS REVIEW / SPRING 2011www.nadfas.org.uk234491314161820212223252627282930671158101215191171324EPAI2NT3S4LIGHTESTLNAMURHACCENTSMASSAGEUUPHASDRDORSETC12AEIUMINB13UYCOTHORNHILLBASSVYPACTA17PEXA19NTEATERS20GRR21RETTR22EDCOAT2R23AMS24AYIRMIO25CALP26LAINTSG27NOCCHIPWEALMRSA28NNOYANCEB29ACH671015165891114181SEImages: © The Henry Moore Foundation/Hatfield House.