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Quickword No. 29 : Do you know ‘brainy fellow’ (7 letters), and ‘drink’ (3 letters)?
Quickword No. 29
Do or say again.
Section of the branch or trunk of a tree.
Ship that clears obstructions from the bed of a river or harbour.
A horizontal bar suspended by two ropes, used by acrobats and gymnasts.
‘Of all animals, next to a cat, a greyhound dreads rain’ Mary Russell Mitford in ‘Our Village’.
Bag of peas?
Brainy fellow (informal).
English painter (1775-1851), known for ‘Rain, Steam and Speed’.

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