Category: The Times – Specialist
10-March-2019 | Page 1 of 1 | Crossword Zone 301 Clues & Answers

  1. Before noon draw a flask
  2. Monty Python's Piranha brothers were based on the ____ twins
  3. Lightly scented perfumes
  4. Virginia left with prayer for stiff escort?
  5. Musical instrument seen on TV in cough sweet advertising
  6. 2010 action comedy film starring Bruce Willis
  7. This pitches high — way too magniloquent about plonk
  8. Gains an advantage over (another person)
  9. ITV sci-fi fantasy series starring Joanna Lumley and David McCallum
  10. Hidden danger behind changing ends
  11. Liberal Party politician who served four terms as prime minister
  12. Colonel ____ was created by the cartoonist David Low
  13. Refusing to face facts in resort I risk hotel adding $100
  14. . . . a spirit too delicate / To act her ____ and abhorred commands' (The Tempest)
  15. Sticky substance, or sentimentality
  16. Old quack? Wit I am to proscribe cobalt
  17. Eclectic Persian arts grad Auntie cut short
  18. Pouches formerly worn on the front of breeches
  19. Anne Frank died of this disease
  20. Ludicrous false thumbs
  21. Activity which may make use of heddles and treadles
  22. Gallon of tea
  23. What's on Dark Side of the Moon is in place of old concert
  24. Sanctioned
  25. Concentrated extract of active constituents
  26. Speak the same lingo as throne and aim to brood no more
  27. Various early Scottish kings were buried on the island of ____
  28. String up over every other bit of gent's boundary marker?
  29. On its website, the ____ claims to be 'America's longest-standing civil rights organization
  30. Former managing director of Homebase and chief executive of WH Smith
  31. Apostle quietly leaving a Roman hall
  32. Dandy lashes purple passages?
  33. Marine fish of the Labridae family
  34. Film title shared by Buster Keaton in 1925 and the Marx Brothers in 1940
  35. Severe protein malnutrition often affecting newly weaned children, most common in equatorial Africa
  36. London thoroughfare, home to Madame Tussauds
  37. Place (classy) with sound units for some concert-goers
  38. Wash in southern river
  39. Old Testament book of 21 verses, mainly about the downfall of Edom
  40. Character spurned by John Willoughby in Sense and Sensibility
  41. A self-replicating software virus
  42. What Scots farmers avoid is coarse linen
  43. Knitted tea cosy? Possibly this Mexican wrap, yes
  44. Capital of the former Duchy of Lorraine
  45. Second of TS Eliot's Four Quartets
  46. Picking up sledge at last I relax here
  47. Informally, a French infantryman of the First World War
  48. Rope with noose is up, voice curt term of gratitude
  49. ____ played Cathy in the 1968 Steve McQueen film Bullitt
  50. Short name for a polynucleotide with a relatively small number of nucleotides
  51. Such as you may get in manuscript headed by Edgar?
  52. Chemical element, atomic number 33
  53. Clarified pig fat
  54. Sculptured character is reassuringly phat (in part)
  55. Blondie song used in the 1980 film American Gigolo
  56. According to a Virgil epic poem, a Trojan ancestor of the Romans
  57. Lace drink guy pushed forward
  58. Foil for riposte? It's between sublime and peerless
  59. The family of carpet beetles
  60. Sea-shell whose plural can be spelt with an unexpectedly missing 'e
  61. We benefit from trust in being protected by mitre
  62. England's third smallest city by population
  63. Hounds wound up starter
  64. Ham is withdrawn after being tipped
  65. A newspaper, especially one regarded as inferior
  66. Hardened forewings of certain insects, not used to fly
  67. Silent about embedded doughboy's kitbag
  68. Lead guitarist of Steppenwolf until 1969
  69. Especially down about rising matadors
  70. Venice's market district
  71. The Golden ____ is the first relic acquired by Indiana Jones in Raiders of the Lost Ark
  72. Tramp collecting money in dump finds diamond
  73. Lead character in the Millennium novels of Stieg Larsson
  74. Mom looks up movement of commies
  75. Dense brushwood of the southwestern US
  76. Third highest mountain in the world
  77. Icons ducking special procedures
  78. Rich judge accommodates press for charity event
  79. 2007 novel by Khaled Hosseini
  80. Enjoyment of the landscape is a ____' (David Hockney)
  81. Extremely distressing
  82. Star of the 1990 film Cyrano de Bergerac
  83. Howls English held back in ages entering French gents
  84. Conceal in shell nut near spinning in hull?
  85. Twisting
  86. 1987 lead single from the U2 album The Joshua Tree
  87. Jaguar's boast brushing book aside
  88. In Peter Pan, Captain Hook's bo'sun