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ACROSS1 and 9 Across Boiled pure mixture (4, 6)4 For example, a chap breaks it - trouble about old kingdom (4, 6)9 See 1 Across and 29 Across (6)10 Union harm up one caught in fi t of anger (8)11 Major returned bloody from this confl ict (5, 3)13 2 about alternative vote (2, 3)14 and 21 Across Twin with new home page looks different (3, 7, 5)18 Prepare vegetables for the pot along with dog after kill (3, 3, 4)21 See 14 Across (5)22 Plant's shoot behind bird (8)25 Ruin cage, sadly (8)26 and 7 Down Desperate daughters toil with it (3, 3, 9)28 Barking Tibetan annoyed a posh lass without central part of map (5, 5)29 and 9 Across Poor desire change (4, 6) DOWN2 Left? That's a porky! (3)3 Conservatives providing backing for musical (5)4 Dutch painter joins staff in hospital department to provide source of income (9)5 USA arm one sort of warrior (7)6 Amount of land for a port (4)7 See 26 Across (9) 8 Where to put the answers girl! (6)12 Artist starts to hunt Hindu demon (4)15 Ernie with 6 small pompous types (9)16 Makes senior offi cer fi nally criticise judges (9)17 Pine border at university (4)19 I will enter average golf scores for prominent supporters (7)20 Thus Norwegian artist heartlessly gets a large amount (2, 4)23 Old fashioned weapon seen initially on top of tree (5)24 Some opera I'd attended (4)27 Back some missiles to make these distances in China (3)This issue's crossword was compiled by Jeff Pearce. The fi rst correct entry we receive by 23 March will receive a literary prize. Please send your entries with your name, address, Society and phone number to: Crossword 70, NADFAS House, 8 Guilford Street, London WC1N 1DA.Congratulations to the winner of the competition in the winter issue: Mrs B J Simpson from East Suffolk DFASCrossword No.70A number of works by a great 20th-century artist have been donated to a regional museum in Leicester by a well-loved fi lm director. Six complete answers (eight grid entries) have a cryptic indicator but no defi nition. You must identify these clues - the six are all thematically connected. All other clues are normal 1898118148882182582888888888838156881626888888882 81282051081922888888888881388888888817827888888888888888884188824782329888888881 9121582022268888118258888198888813888827829781788888888284810888823883816682488888888282158148888888888888888888818SOLUTION TO CROSSWORD NO.69Image: © Succession Picasso/DACS, London 2011Right: Four Profi les, 1949, is part of the Picasso ceramics collection on display at New Walk Museum, LeicesterEPAAAAHAAANNNNAANANWTTOUUNNMMNINNNDHGGGGGUULLLOOOOODDOOEOTETTISSANRELOUNYCCEEEEXEEEETELLLHTEEELERERBRRSSSSSSSSCRSSRRRFSNEHEAHAAYSDOWARRRIGGGATLCCBJIDOTXELLLON 74 NADFAS REVIEW / SPRING 2012 www.nadfas.org.ukFREE TIME