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... There are notable differences between British and North American (including Canadian) cryptics ... American cryptics are thought of as holding to a more rigid set of construction rules than British ones ... American cryptics usually require all words in a clue to be used in service of the wordplay or definition, whereas British ones allow for more extraneous or supporting words ...
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“Disney World has acquired by now something of the air of a national shrine. American parents who dont take their children there sense obscurely that they have failed in some fundamental way, like Muslims who never made it to Mecca.”
—Simon Hoggart (b. 1946)