Définitions énigmatiques

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Accordingly

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I thought of accordance earlier. ACC = Andy Capp's Commandos = Army Catering Corps. But other than that ... zilch.

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Pretty tough one, if it's wrong I will think again. Mind you I'm not the brightest button in the box. :lol:

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Lipservice?
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None of the above.

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:D Shouldn't the clue be aural rather than oral agreement?
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Tom wrote:
Tue Jan 28, 2020 11:38 am
:D Shouldn't the clue be aural rather than oral agreement?
I did wonder that, Tom, but oral is as it's said, which leads to aural as it's heard, so the two would have worked. That's my excuse anyway. ;)
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Re-jigged clue to put an end to all this.

Perhaps how soldiers and hikers went to support spoken agreement (10)
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backpacked?

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:heavy_check_mark:
support = back
agreement = pact, spoken (oral) = packed
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