The only thing better than getting a good old-fashioned sports crossword clue, is getting a lord with a namesake sports trophy crossword clue.
If you haven’t heard of lord with a namesake, that’s because it has nothing to do with sports. The name comes from the fact that it is a crossword clue with the name of a real-life person who is one of the world’s most famous living writers. We’re giving that person a chance to win a gold trophy so he can buy himself a new coat of paint.
Lord with a namesake crosses a lot of word puzzles, but this one falls into the category of “mystery word puzzles.” The crossword clue was found on the web in a clue of a book called Lord With a Name: The Hidden Crossword of Arthur Conan Doyle. This book was written by Arthur Conan Doyle’s son. In the book, a young author, trying to solve a crossword, gets stuck in a time loop.
Lord With a Name is a well-known mystery-ish book that has over two million copies of its first edition. It was written in 1894 and is a classic from the Doyle family.
Although the book is now out of print, a copy is on Amazon for $14.95. You can find the book on the web and the clue in the linked video.
This is actually the second video linked in the above question. The other one is an interview with Daniel Gribble of The Big Question, an interview I did with him in which he talks about how he came up with the name Lord With a Name. If you aren’t familiar with the story, check out this video.
I love this book. I don’t know why I’ve been so reluctant to try the crossword in this video. I’m not sure if it’s because I have a problem with the word “Lord” or because it’s a crossword. Either way, the clues are very well done and well illustrated by Daniel Gribble. I especially love the one that leads you to Lord With a Name’s favorite dish.
The name Lord With a Name was born out of a conversation between Daniel Gribble and his father, a former naval officer. The two were discussing whether or not it was a good idea for their son to go to sea, and whether or not he should take a job as a “jailer”. The word Lord was derived from two words that Gribble thought he might remember being used in a ship, but he could not remember.
This is the kind of word search that you have to remember as you go along. But it’s also very clever to come up with a phrase that is so good you can’t remember which is the first word and which is the second. The Lord With a Name clue is based on Gribble’s memory of having met a lady named Lady with a Name in a pub. The phrase was so good because it has a very specific meaning as well as a very specific context.
The phrase is so good because it has a specific meaning as well as a specific context. I like the word association with Lady, and the specific context with the pub. This is the kind of word searching I am talking about. It’s so good because it is based on Gribble’s memory of being used and meeting a lady. The use of the word “Lady” is a nice touch, but the context should always be defined.