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

  1. Democrat gets welcome up in North American state
  2. Italian for "witch”, also a brand of herbal liqueur
  3. Tony ____ was England captain until it was known that he had recruited players for Kerry Packer's World Series Cricket
  4. Kind of skirt oddly twee around posterior
  5. 1A reached many ____
  6. Discretion is needed on motorway getting taxis!
  7. Cadair Idris and Tryfan are mountains located in ____
  8. Constant publicity absorbing state bodies
  9. An old name for iron sulphate
  10. Fired up in argument getting dagger
  11. Substance obtained by distilling wood or coal
  12. Nausea or runs associated with spidery stuff
  13. Weight in India much served up
  14. COM1 or COM2 on a 20th-century PC-compatible computer
  15. To ____ someone's heels is to compete intensely with a slightly superior rival
  16. Cheapskate brought round guide, one to take you for a ride
  17. In the shape of a letter S or its Greek equivalent
  18. Sailors to meet Italian topless ladies — with any luck!
  19. Bath's unpleasant smell? Not a word
  20. At the 1948 Olympics, 25,000 cups of ____ were served to competitors
  21. Calculating the area under a curve in maths
  22. Binge drinking in public gets ridicule
  23. A technical name for a pun
  24. Alexei ____ won all-around gymnastics gold at the Sydney Super Dome in 2000
  25. Spot record sun, nothing less
  26. Plectrum used by guitarists
  27. 1979 legal drama film starring Dustin Hoffman and Meryl Streep
  28. Get into a queue shortly for an antiseptic
  29. Fuss or commotion
  30. Followed meditation working on cast
  31. The first period of the Mesozoic era, in which dinosaurs first appeared
  32. A very cold or reserved manner
  33. Brothers or sisters, or other relatives
  34. Public disgrace, alas trapping yours truly
  35. Idiot, for example that's in Air defence speared and wounded
  36. A ____ nose may be the result of a fight
  37. Peter the Great, Benjamin Franklin and Oscar Wilde could have been described as ____
  38. In human beings, an arm
  39. Indian board game is one behind chap playing
  40. Deer is active
  41. Fungal disease of plants, especially cereals, causing black sooty marks on leaves
  42. From agricultural production, a nickname for Tasmania
  43. Glossing over distant sound
  44. Torn skin near the end of a finger
  45. Furious head accepted in religious college
  46. In 1975 ____ led the first successful ascent of Everest by a face rather than a ridge
  47. A route for award nominees
  48. Relish pop of recent times
  49. "‘gh' ____ ‘cough'” begins a creative respelling of "fish” often attributed to George Bernard Shaw
  50. Patriarch lives with one about to get up
  51. Region along the Nile, between Aswan and Khartoum
  52. Lamb made by TV cook needing bit of dill
  53. Mostly hard to get Revolver
  54. ____ won Oscars for his roles in Mystic River and Milk
  55. Book on English party: discuss at length
  56. "It's the tobacco that counts” was the slogan for Player's ____
  57. "Do not waste your time with music that is trite or ____. Life is too short to spend it wandering in the barren Saharas of musical trash” (Sergei Rachmaninov)
  58. Catches in practice area
  59. Rock cake inside for head of church
  60. A symptom used to identify a disease
  61. A pink pig floats above ____ on the cover of the Pink Floyd's album Animals
  62. To some extent, one thrifty European country
  63. Speaking or writing a language, but not very well
  64. Computer language named after a 19th-century female mathematician
  65. Surround one arresting cake decoration, not the first one
  66. A North American name for the 24-hour clock
  67. Storage for cigars or other tobacco
  68. Note Income support racket from before
  69. The main language spoken in Tashkent
  70. Voters pick mineral
  71. Bjorn Borg's playing style included heavy ____ on both wings
  72. Press Ctrl+Shift+N to get such a window in Google Chrome
  73. Joseph ____ built Chatsworth's Emperor Fountain and Conservative Wall (a long greenhouse)
  74. Mean guy confronting lad in trouble
  75. Axes partner overlooking English county
  76. The world's oldest rowing race, held annually on the River Thames since 1715
  77. In music, "with spirit”
  78. A lack of red blood cells
  79. Depressions turbulent in Tunis after vacation
  80. Hard balls reduced runs
  81. Tilt
  82. A disguised identification, especially for military purposes or in espionage
  83. TV comedy set in Royston Vasey
  84. Mean types restricting time for flowers