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Quickword No. 14 : Do you know ‘a town like Bath’ (3 letters), and ‘deteriorate’ (6 letters)?
Quickword No. 14
**BIT*WSPA*INOC*U*M*RANXIOUSR*I*T*ECUT*HENE*ELY**
Be ye not as the horse, or as the mule, which have no understanding: whose mouth must be held in with bit and bridle.
Psalm 32:9
Town such as Bath, Buxton or Cheltenham.
Greek goddess turned into a cow by Hera.
Worried, nervy.
Snip.
Female pheasant.
Cathedral city.
Clay-like rock and chief commercial ore of aluminium.
Early Christian bishop who received two letters from St Paul.
Deteriorate.
Hard to find anywhere.

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