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

  1. Gets closer to
  2. Released between Favourite Shirts (Boy Meets Girl) and Fantastic Day, the biggest hit for Haircut One Hundred
  3. Alas, old son has swallowed poison, hot spicy things!
  4. Animal trap set up on sports ground
  5. The ____ runs 268 miles from Edale to Kirk Yetholm
  6. Small long-haired dog originally bred as a sentinel in Buddhist monasteries
  7. Small dilated blood vessels, medically called Telangiectasia
  8. Author of Hotel du Lac
  9. Most basic support needed by sailor returning
  10. College lesson as before, old, uplifting
  11. ____ player Efren Reyes has won over 70 international titles
  12. A type of deep-fried burrito
  13. "Nature, in her fantastic ____ had set such a seal of maidenhood upon Tess's countenance that he gazed at her with a stupefied air” (Thomas Hardy)
  14. ____ plains are ocean floors between continental rises and mid-ocean ridges
  15. Old-style scorn of French evident in gesture
  16. Dilettanti made to look ridiculous in satire
  17. 15-year-old victor over Venus Williams in the first round of Wimbledon 2019
  18. Swedish physicist, inventor of a thermometer scale
  19. Yellow melon in area of geological interest
  20. What sounds like a fish oil
  21. Greek deity often depicted holding a thunderbolt
  22. Viewer's component's using infrared, dial being ditched
  23. Unlimited, as in ____ powers
  24. Fibre of Victorian PM, as classical one
  25. Descendants of naughty colonisers denied new role
  26. The Jewish Day of Atonement
  27. Old hawks, for example, about to be housed in inadequate bird home
  28. American politician who once described the difference between a hockey mom and a pit bull as "lipstick”
  29. Old songs about island where eagles might be found
  30. Biblical character played by Hedy Lamarr and Liz Hurley
  31. England's second-highest mountain
  32. Stars, among which fifty angels
  33. In Greek myth, mother of the Nereids
  34. Service must get rid of "no good” designation still
  35. Channels for water running away from waterwheels
  36. The capital of Afghanistan
  37. One has shiny stuff that is the result of oxidation
  38. Osbert, Sacheverell and Edith were members of this literary family
  39. Unfortunately I neglect a group of customers
  40. Ancient city whose location is believed to be Hisarlik
  41. Machine which mixes and tempers clay
  42. "____; the centre cannot hold” (WB Yeats)
  43. Fine imposed — a crown once
  44. Visible as pupil
  45. Former Formula One racing team now known as Racing Point
  46. ____ tyres were popular in the first half of the 20th century
  47. The venomous south African tree snake Dispholidus typus
  48. Equestrian event which means "training” in French
  49. Two types of food — what will you have to pay?
  50. Lots of money to get car test and service — no fault found
  51. 2002 film starring Arnold Schwarzenegger as firefighter Gordon Brewer
  52. Period starting on the anniversary of an English monarch's accession
  53. Egyptian goddess of fertility
  54. Toxic element whose name is often used for its trioxide
  55. Blast — there's minimal sun in that spot!
  56. Shortened vehicle with internal slope
  57. Victor over Serena Williams in the final of Wimbledon 2019
  58. The last known passenger pigeon died in 1914 in this American city's zoo
  59. Like nurse, maybe — female entertained by England footballer
  60. Zoological term meaning "tailless"
  61. Of a monk, having the crown of the head shaven
  62. Bundle of wires that's kept above that may be insulated
  63. In old military slang, (in) the afternoon
  64. Centre storing rupees — lots of them
  65. Portable toilet leans awkwardly
  66. Singer who won the Laurence Olivier Award for her role in Evita
  67. Beat as hearts during and after relaxing rest
  68. French actress who won an Oscar for her role as Edith Piaf in the 2007 film La Vie en Rose
  69. Money no longer contributing to practical solution
  70. Thus stupid person runs American TV series
  71. The central vertical element of a wooden chair back
  72. Musician's indication to put energy into new song
  73. "A ____ little island huffing and puffing to keep up with Western Europe” (John Updike, describing Britain)
  74. A Greek character on a railway — lots of busy types here?
  75. Latin rock band founded in San Francisco in 1966
  76. Passage through which nerves enter a tooth's pulp cavity
  77. Seneca somehow full of very good wisdom
  78. Russian word for "union”, also used for the Soviet space programme
  79. Cordial fairy interlocking with Mac?
  80. Car manufacturer strongly associated with James Bond
  81. A restaurant or pub buffet
  82. To thicken or condense
  83. Architectural feature involves member of royal family in row
  84. One fortress and another half destroyed — that's disgusting!
  85. American golfer who won the 1989 Open Championship after a play-off with Wayne Grady and Greg Norman
  86. Partridge-like bird of South America