Category: The Times – Specialist
13-September-2020 | Page 1 of 1 | Crossword Zone 301 Clues & Answers

  1. Silkworms which produce a coarse, fawn-coloured silk
  2. Ail badly with a run — it's the bones
  3. Oxfordshire market town, birthplace of Alfred the Great
  4. Odd Scottish soldiers, gunners
  5. Informally, an unpleasant smell
  6. Duck s-somewhere in Ireland
  7. A right enjoyed to limited use of a neighbour's land, often to cross it to reach one's own property
  8. Trader in drink as one who looks to get a nap?
  9. Yesteryear's well-off youngster said to get reproof from Mac
  10. Former Coronation Street character played by Lynne Perrie
  11. Plaice due to migrate — a whole family of fish
  12. The ____ is familiarly known as the Quakers
  13. Isn't well — goes to doctor and bows
  14. Breaking up, large icy pieces
  15. US cult leader who was jailed for life in 1971, and died in 2017
  16. Actor whose roles include that of Beria in Armando Ianucci's The Death of Stalin (2017)
  17. Use Socratic method of discussion — what could be noisier?
  18. People creating ruffles with request that's abrupt, short
  19. Fabric gathered to make an ornamental frill
  20. Macbeth an example? His status can be seen
  21. Time interval defined in terms of caesium-133 radiation frequency
  22. Argentinian city in which the country's flag was first raised, by General Manuel Belgrano
  23. Child has gone mad about gypsy in colourful material
  24. Cartoonist for The Sunday Times, 1967-2017
  25. A god gets older, making provisions for youngsters
  26. Another name for the puma
  27. What Christ taught in Matthew vi, 9-13 and Luke xi, 2-4
  28. The type of bowling for which Edgar Willsher was no-balled six times in a match at the Oval in 1862
  29. In the 1990s, Paul ____ played for Manchester United, Inter Milan and Liverpool
  30. No longer spoil office assistant, leading to anger
  31. Defence of island group half destroyed
  32. Englishman who wrote Studies in the Psychology of Sex
  33. To celebrate lavishly, especially on the return of a prodigal
  34. An archaic alternative to "sculptors”
  35. Short tubes on the end of shoelaces
  36. Racing to collect old record that reveals study of subcontinent
  37. Study hill, not one that is a feature of Italian map?
  38. Informally, one interested in stars, UFOs, aircraft etc
  39. French-born winner of the best actress Oscar in 1935, for It Happened One Night, in which she starred with Clark Gable
  40. "E pluribus unum” means "____, one”
  41. It's ____ that could be anti a priest getting spliced
  42. One name for the electrical discharge which travels along an axon
  43. Silk cloth known to Scots and English
  44. Look old-fashioned delivering glib speech endlessly
  45. A list showing every use of a significant word in a text, especially the Bible
  46. Pen name of Danish author Karen Blixen
  47. Jock's more beloved one to be found in bar
  48. Molecules of ____ dyes have two adjacent nitrogen atoms between carbon atoms
  49. A love with little energy, feeble and silly?
  50. Mother wit
  51. District ruled by Brits, mostly badly, in South Africa
  52. Italian astronomer, the first to study stars with a telescope
  53. European communication ignoring one head of state
  54. Like a wave from a Parisian lover?
  55. Scandinavian composer whose fourth symphony includes a "battle” between two timpanists
  56. Those who behave ostentatiously to attract attention
  57. Dad won a piece of fruit
  58. No longer enslave little woman slowing down
  59. Producing double refraction
  60. Sage set out in one type of soil
  61. Mexican state which contains the port city of Boca del Rio
  62. A record's climbing and rides high — see it in the pop charts?
  63. A Middle Eastern British Crown Colony, 1937-63
  64. Not one to put up or put down
  65. Roy ____'s topical sketch show on BBC Radio Two ran from 1975 to 2001
  66. The cup in the Eucharistic prayer
  67. Gun carried by worst enemy
  68. "The whole ____ and caboodle” means "everything”
  69. In the British Army, ____s include bombardiers
  70. Musical instruction in educational institution inadequate? Certainly not!
  71. French term for an intelligent and cultured male
  72. Town of Caithness and the river it straddles
  73. One of the world's biggest fjord systems, on the east coast of Greenland
  74. The dog in series 2-5 of Downton Abbey
  75. Goodwill shown by little woman embracing modern technology
  76. Quiet drink? Not quiet drink!
  77. A washed-rind cow's milk cheese made in northern Italy
  78. Expression of contempt or exasperation, thought to derive from French
  79. Pakistan's largest city
  80. Bosses no longer linked to one part of the establishment
  81. "____, I smell the blood of an Englishman”
  82. On return materialised as one who would set up an idol?
  83. Optical illusion in which a box shape appears to have two possible orientations
  84. Elgar's Opus 36 is popularly known as the ____ Variations