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Can You Solve This Wordy Crossword Clue?

Crossword Clue

Crossword Clue

I’ve been trying to solve this Crossword Clue for weeks, and I’m finally close to cracking it. It’s not easy, but there are some helpful hints and tips below that might help you out as well.


A rotating airfoil that creates thrust in a moving body of water is the propeller. A rotating airfoil that creates thrust in a moving body of air is also known as a propeller, but it’s not related to aircraft engines at all.
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Manchester is a city in the North West of England, home to the University of Manchester and other famous landmarks like The Lowry Centre.

Bird’s home

Bird’s home is an old university town in England. It is the oldest university town in England, having been founded by Cardinal Wolsey in 1524 when he founded a college for educating bishops and priests to serve as preachers and teachers.
The town grew quickly from its original size of just a few buildings to become one of Europe’s largest universities with over 30 colleges or halls (now commonly referred to as “colleges”). Today it still has many colleges but they are now owned by other bodies such as University College London or King’s College London; however many students still live there so it remains popular with tourists who visit the area each year during their holidays

The answer was one of the oldest university towns in England.
The clue for this clue is “one of”, but it’s not enough to just know what kind of thing should be next in line when determining which answer is correct. You also have to know where and when it was established, which requires some extra knowledge about history and geography. For example:
Oxford University was founded less than 150 years ago (as opposed to Cambridge University, whose origins date back nearly 1,000 years).


So, can you solve this wordy crossword clue? It’s a good thing we gave you a hint: Propeller. If you know the answer to this clue then go ahead and mark it as correct in your crossword book.




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