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Kizzy Lee reviewed on on Sep. S Sawyer reviewed on on Sep. A really brave account of one man and his battle with depression over a 6 week period. The author shows the highs and lows he suffers and tries hard to show depression from a sufferers perspective rather than the professional self help books so often seen. Well worth a read I shall be recommending this to others. Brooklyn Summers reviewed on on Sep.
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Garry's plight is common, no matter what part of the world you hang your hat, and he speaks openly about his depression and some bladder problems, which give a completely new meaning to "got to go, got to go, got to go. If you suffer from this ailment, you might find it helpful. Carla RB reviewed on on Aug.
I just finished Garry's book "Diary of the depressed moose". It is wonderful to follow his struggle to live with depression, research on the subject of depression and then share so many great ideas and tips on how to cope. Times Cryptic No - Saturday, 14 September Shouldst thou use the second person singular? Quick Cryptic by Hurley Sep. Times - hope you approached it 3 Sep. Times - Banzai! More or less. Syndicated Times puzzles The Australian - links to our reports. Powered by LiveJournal. Designed by Tiffany Chow.
Serious Australians, perhaps, those preparing resting place I was a bit unsure of the digger bit - it's a friendly term of address, as in "G'day digger". Apparently this originally comes from gold digging in the gold rush, later reinforced by trench digging in WWI. The gravediggers are also two characters in Hamlet. Hamlet reference number two: see 2d as well.
Artilleryman, losing head, sheltering in NY convent 7. Rosencrantz and Guildenstern initially tease 3. Demented Fortinbras, sending away a likely heir? Fares badly, taking fewer risks 5. I didn't include this among the 18 references, but it's arguable. Manage to halt filming around end of Act I 3,2. Endless poisonous drinks for characters in Hamlet 9. English copper coin, once 3.
ECU - E nglish Cu copper. Revolutionary awfully vague, meeting Royal Academician 7. Good entertainer providing spirit 5. Character in Hamlet. Long running drama set to take the Mickey? Also, the name of the play-within-a-play in Hamlet. Like Hamlet? Flag venue for play 9. Quits, briefly, the night before 3. Spoiler alert: Hamlet doesn't sail all the way to England. Disregard Italian gentleman losing head 6. Weapon handles son stuck roughly under king, finally 9.
Every so often, arouse regret 3. The Swan Theatre was built in , about 7 years before Hamlet would have played there. If something is going up, I should be going off 4,5.
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Punctually, like Barnardo? Hamlet opens with Barnardo arriving to relieve another soldier of sentry duty. As in: you're not exactly late, but you're not exactly early.
Wild herb found around Virginia 6. Poor Jude, concealing a very familiar feeling 4,2. Somewhat abrupt, Ophelia, in her mind?
Up top relates to the mind. And three more Hamlet characters in this and the next two clues, to finish us off. Phew, good effort Corelli!
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Old letter from envoys to Horatio, first of all 3. Coach turns, then departs with each Tory minister 9. Risk catching a bug, working in official capacity 8,6. More than one covering opposing side at the start 7. Devoted daughter polished, maybe, harnesses roughly 9. Some would query whether editors polish, or more often, water down and eviscerate. Carmakers there made a mess of client surveys 6,8. Simple numbers oddly seen to be absorbing Poles Perhaps pale chevalier died abroad , catching cold 8,6. A pale in heraldry is a vertical band e. Tow American over on D-day?
Sadly , he pays for it? Russian Doll time. A firedog is a metal support for burning logs in a fireplace. She avoids Irish playwright reversing in the pits 5.
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I was ignorant of this word until today; a 'soft, unadventurous, or effeminate man', according to Chambers. Another DNK, from conduct. Looking it up reminds me that I have heard of the conning tower on a ship, but didn't make this leap at the time. A keynote, or tonic, is the first note of a scale. One creating explosion when roster observed to be the wrong way round 9.