Quickword No. 11 : Do you know ‘a temperature scale’ (6 letters), and ‘a bit of useful advice’ (3 letters)?
Quickword No. 11
HOLD*K*E*A*TIPREWARD*B*Y*A*S*KELVINPER*E*U*Y*BLUB
Space for a ship’s cargo.
A bit of useful advice.
Prize.
Temperature scale named after a Victorian professor of Physics at the University of Glasgow.
Each, for each.
Cry like a spoiled child.
E.g. thyme, basil.
E.g. barrister, solicitor.
Tease.
Make a journey.
Ignore pointedly.
Tool for locking and unlocking.

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