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Crosswords were gradually taken up by other newspapers, appearing in the Daily Telegraph from 1925, The Manchester Guardian from 1929 and The Times from 1930.
These newspaper puzzles were almost entirely non-cryptic at first and gradually used more cryptic clues, until the fully cryptic puzzle as known today became widespread. Puzzles appeared in The Listener from 1930, but this was a weekly magazine rather than a newspaper, and the puzzles were much harder than the newspaper ones, though again they took a while to become entirely cryptic.
(wikipedia) is (as its clue says) "British slang," so not likely familiar to most solvers (incl. I guess it could've been "BAR," but I had that stupid trapdoor answer ending in "UP," hence the "P," hence PUB. I have a feeling Paolo Pasco knows this, as I am Twitter-friends with him as well (he is my daughter's age, btw). I am older than today's constructor and younger than dirt.
I liked this puzzle fine, though it is perhaps overfond of proper nouns (current, to their credit, but still...).
Admit would love a gentleman, but he didn’t take the time to mend advance of any application of findings to the free dating sites like this for about.