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Quickword No. 7 : Do you know ‘stout’ (6 letters), and ‘gloat’ (4 letters)?
Quickword No. 7
Land surrounded by water.
Hit repeatedly.
In Greek mythology, the girl whom Leander swam the Hellespont to see.
Joint together two pieces of metal with extreme heat.
Funny man.
Travel by air.
Long, thin gap.
Network, mesh.
Rise up suddenly.
Drag along.

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Perch Rock lighthouse, where the Mersey empties into Liverpool Bay. It was begun in 1827, and has been withstanding batterings like this ever since.

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