Chris Cudmore
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5 left. Post your own wrap up post if you can find them. I'm done until tomorrow.

You're doing ok actually, Let's see if I can fix it for you:

As an example, check out A Cryptic Crossword in Indonesian Language (TTS Kriptik Bahasa Indonesia) It was solved collaboratively in Chat, using google translate and (I think) a few Indonesian speakers....

Across: Down ROOMS GRID: Bonus: Part B:

This started from Magma's answer, and I wanted to prove it. I start with a simplification of the problem and analyze the cases. I finish by offering a completely different approach. Then I checked ...

I used the Quicksort idea: Preliminary Simple Case: Less Simple Case: Simply sort the "fat" side of the pivot. If P is E, then similarly sort ABCD.

My guess: Because it is

Steps: That should be enough to get anyone started - It's pretty much substitution from then on. Grid at this stage: At this point, I went through the clues, and put in all values I knew. Then it ...

BUT:

I think you are: My prefix is about My infix wants to learn My suffix wants to get things done My whole is a redecoration

Theme is: ORDER OF CLUES NOTES: COMMENT: 4 Stood out like a sore thumb,, and gave a big clue as to the theme. The rest were solved via the enumeration, and reverse parsing.

Graphs are your friends! 1: Set Up: To make matters simple, let's just assume that at one point, A loaned the other three \$2.50 and P did the same. Let a directed edge represent \$2.50. Our ...

However, he only had 30 of the cheaper melons, so he could only make 10 groups containing 3 of the cheaper. So 10 groups of (3, 2) uses 30 cheap, and 20 expensive, leaving two groups of (0,5). These ...

Hexonimo has a good correct answer and he was first. I came about it in a slightly different way, eventually arriving at the same final trial answers. I'm answering because I believe my solution is ...

Inside my lunchbox My charge goes every night, Stored in my cupboard Until brought back first light. You see, boss gave me a task That’s to be done every day. I take Tea home on Wednesday, But it’s ...

Yes. Guess 1st set (1,3,5,7,9,11,13,15) -> If the number is in the set, write down 1 Guess 2nd set (2,3,6,7,10,11,14,15) -> If the number is in the set, write down 2 Guess 3rd set (4,5,6,7,12,13,14,15)...

You are: While I have six eyes, I don't need an optician. There's just one factor to my primary condition. Emerge from the inn, then head off to the right. End with tea, where you can trust your ...

Got them all but 19A. SOMEONE FIX MY SPOILERS! ACROSS ! 1. Kind of direct language; used in the Middle Ages (8) FRANKISH dd 8. Stadiums are small beyond the limits of NBA (6) ARE_NA_S 9. A ...

The answer is 7, It's a simple extension of the Magic Calculator trick. Each card represents a bit, with the upper left index value being the value of that bit. To perform it as a trick, you ask the ...

GRID: Thanks @Hexonimo for the hint! The two word answer is found by Ability to move first to northern aristocracy (8) Animal to rip a short tail back (5) Oral tradition about the origin of ...

Partial If I could do inline spoilers, I'd inline the substitutions. Across 1 Permission to infuriate, losing nation's {5d} associated with the left (7) 2 Pilgrim shakes head, joins {3d} to abstain ...

Partial: I'm not really playing here, just adding a few.

Again very lateral:

Good job to Gareth McCaughan. I'm including this answer because I believe in supplying full parsing to a cryptic. Common Cues in this puzzle Across 1 Philosopher rejects Vietnamese soup, producing ...

DONE!!!!: 25/25 answered Thanks Jafe for a really good puzzle. 1: Concealed Yugoslav introduces military cemetery (6) 2: Buddhist temple is top three watching photos 3: Central square hides koala ...