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Quickword No. 34 : Do you know ‘current of cold air’ (7 letters), and ‘e.g. fascinator’ (3 letters)?
Quickword No. 34
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Prison guard.
Took or administered food.
Son of Henry VIII and Jane Seymour, and King of England 1547-1553.
White Ensign, flag flown on British Royal Navy ships and shore establishments, consisting of a white field with a St George’s cross and a Union Flag in the top inner quarter.
E.g. fascinator, fedora or fez.
Good mental health.
A little Scottish?
Thomas Addison (1783-1860), Newcastle-born physician at the Guy's Hospital in London, known for his study of pernicious anaemia (vitamin B12 deficiency) and diseases of the adrenal glands.
Current of cold air.
Town on the north-east coast of the Isle of Wight.
Not as much.
Negative vote or voter.

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