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

  1. A type of tapering marine buoy, marking the starboard side of a channel into a harbour
  2. Service digger wanting third
  3. The avifauna of a region
  4. He favours flesh wobble, we hear, following excellent cut
  5. Fashion-eschewing itinerant trading odd bits
  6. Nickname of the first female tennis player to win all four Grand Slam titles in one calendar year
  7. Archaic word for "dark brown”, used in ob____ate, to make unclear
  8. These are chunderous tourists one month off entering inch
  9. Maize, to a South African
  10. Stimulate pub, perhaps, by ever changing
  11. Thrust pawn, say, to capture rook
  12. The Lord of the Rings
  13. 1922 silent film (also called Possession) based on the novel by Anthony Hope
  14. Firmly question murderer about quiet American nut
  15. Ship to where Charon takes you? Forgotten land
  16. The world's most remote inhabited archipelago
  17. A subpoena ____ orders the recipient to produce documentary evidence in court
  18. The youngest member of England's 1966 World Cup winning team
  19. Grampa Simpson, among others, died laid up
  20. Rest a steak transforming taste?
  21. Midfielder who made 115 appearances for Liverpool 2014-2018 and now plays for Juventus
  22. 2013 Man Booker prize winner with The Luminaries
  23. Establishments serving Italian food in a casual atmosphere
  24. Para Handy's incandescent in the hold perhaps
  25. French director of films including Hiroshima mon amour and Stavisky. . .
  26. Silver tree borders on lovely
  27. German-born philosopher who introduced the concept of the "banality of evil”
  28. New Hampshire is known as the ____
  29. Religious jurisdiction is cautious about what spell contains
  30. The first line of the Jam's The ____ is "Sup up your beer and collect your fags”
  31. You're ideally stopping waste
  32. The Great Orme overlooks this Welsh seaside resort
  33. Actress who won an Oscar for her role in Prizzi's Honor
  34. She lectures on fieldwork, mostly going west
  35. Pseudonym under which Karen Blixen wrote her first novel Seven Gothic Tales
  36. Crabbit sort's preferable twa-handed drinker with no breadth
  37. Latin phrase used to describe deduction of causes from observed effects
  38. British sitcom starring Yootha Joyce and Brian Murphy
  39. El Papa is one right into delegate in Rome finally
  40. "____ or Dutch admiral” is one of the 16 species listed under "pea” in Dr Johnson's dictionary
  41. Written by Otis Blackwell, a 1957 hit for Elvis Presley
  42. Somehow get nearer outsider from Rouen?
  43. A collection of writings in honour of a scholar
  44. Very good Latin for one who wasn't amused, an old monarch
  45. Roman emperor shortly back from Dobunni fighters
  46. Game show whose presenters included David Vine, Eddie Waring, and Frank Bruno
  47. Ego upsetting one hard sergeant-major may get you this!
  48. Actor mentioned in the Bangles hit Manic Monday
  49. Pronoun for some informally here in US service
  50. Tips off before going into branch of the wartime Navy
  51. Deputy leader of the Labour Party under Gordon Brown and Ed Miliband
  52. Behaved
  53. Japanese art's purpose? Slashing a winning blow
  54. Old slave women's anger during work
  55. "____ differ from ordinary mortals by their ability to admire loquacious and complicated delusions” (Anatole France)
  56. Fender guitar produced continuously since 1950
  57. A meeting hall of the Salvation Army
  58. What tops espresso but a gold liquid which is thick?
  59. Airline attraction that is behind in Bannockburn
  60. ____ Homo (behold the man) is a depiction of Christ wearing the crown of thorns
  61. Musical direction which originally meant "at ease”
  62. Dancing in the ____ was Toploader's biggest hit
  63. Employee's final cutting fluke with my mere profile
  64. Card containing area suited to scoring?
  65. The Memorial to the Missing in Ypres
  66. In darts, a score of 20, double 20, and treble 20
  67. Tennessee city immortalised in a 1941 song by Glenn Miller and his Orchestra
  68. Italian copper, antimony, and iridium run out
  69. Informally, the motor racing circuit in Stavelot, Belgium
  70. Wallflower I caught in flipping harbour towns
  71. A lower-class republican (literally "without breeches”) in revolutionary France
  72. The anterior naris
  73. Fast track career from GP beginning with absolute kindness
  74. Largest city in France's Haute-Savoie department
  75. Yes voter with term for Remain breed
  76. Indian hemp
  77. The ____ River connects lakes Erie and Ontario
  78. I know beforehand I'm admired without judgement
  79. Parisian fashion house owned by Puig since 1998
  80. Take cap discarded from more posh parent
  81. The needle of a record player
  82. African country whose de jure capital is Dodoma
  83. Fine deer coming back finding land given to servicemen?
  84. An early species of mankind