No, we had that one in the cookhouse a few days ago.
On a similar theme is the remarkable anagram devised for a crossword clue by that great compiler John Graham ("Araucaria"), who will be 90 in the New Year: O hark the herald angels sing the boy's descent which lifted up the world (5,9,7,5,6,2,5,3,6,2,3,6).
If you need a hint, I can tell you that you probably heard these twelve words more than once in the last week.
Yes, that's right: While shepherds watched their flocks by night all seated on the ground.
But my favourite crossword clue is this one, which is much easier to solve: "-" (1,6,3,1,4)