Category: The Times – Specialist
2-May-2021 | Page 1 of 1 | Crossword Zone 301 Clues & Answers

  1. Abbess who, with Patrick and Columba, is a patron saint of Ireland
  2. Cronies upset about old city, rarely going back
  3. Record company, part of Universal Music Group since 2012
  4. Marginal note of disciple penning article in Italian
  5. Investigations by coroners
  6. US opera singer who sang at the 1996 Summer Olympics opening ceremony in Atlanta and at the second inauguration of Bill Clinton a year later
  7. Drive back and look on return journey to secure parking
  8. Pet's food containers turned upside down
  9. Malé is the capital of this Indian Ocean archipelagic nation
  10. Groups of wild animals spider troubled
  11. Stephen Potter's 1952 book about gaining an advantage
  12. The ____ of Abraham is a park with caverns, reached by cable car from Matlock in Derbyshire
  13. Farewell to the French about to depart
  14. Plant getting shelter in East End and minimal sun
  15. Location of son hiding in woody plant
  16. Cocktail of brandy with Cointreau and lemon juice
  17. Stretch of road on which motorists should not stop
  18. Middle name of the poet who wrote Prometheus Unbound
  19. Very stupid person, a learner who must submit to his master?
  20. Runner gets summer tan when running
  21. Mediterranean island port, the birthplace of Napoleon
  22. Short trousers, often worn at Munich's Oktoberfest
  23. In law, to serve someone with notice before seizing money
  24. Trim and neat, in good order
  25. Samuel played in band regularly — such a musician?
  26. Has a good relationship with someone
  27. Shining silver lead for hound
  28. The ___ of Faith show commitment to Sikhism
  29. Shakespeare's Henry V tells his troops to "____ the action of the tiger”
  30. Shrill or piping
  31. Like some old folk from home counties on foreign river
  32. "Blood, sweat and tears” and "Money is the root of all evil” are ____
  33. Old material, very English, something attractive
  34. Before 2017, Britain's only 12-sided coin
  35. Walk around as before with passionate desire to gain speed
  36. Bed with columns and a canopy, often with curtains
  37. Beethoven's ____ symphony includes a setting of Ode to Joy
  38. Tool to set component of roof in stone
  39. Brahman, Kshatriya, Vaisya or Sudra in Hindu society
  40. Passage blocked off at far end? I'm annoyed!
  41. Division of the High Court of Justice
  42. In Cecile Aubry's novel and its film adaptations, Belle is Sebastian's ____ mountain dog
  43. Healthy town surrounded by muck? It makes a sort of difference
  44. Tony Blair went to school at ____ College in Edinburgh
  45. Some vile activity in part of the gut
  46. TV cooks Clarissa Dickson Wright and Jennifer Paterson
  47. Tracking device, as found on the telescopes at Jodrell Bank in Cheshire
  48. What's freaky has some of you trembling
  49. Composer of Le Tombeau de Couperin and La Valse
  50. Bashed rear end — get it restored
  51. Fibrous heat-resistant mineral, a cause of mesothelioma
  52. In poetry, a ____ rhyme is between stressed syllables followed by identical unstressed ones, as in "merrily” and "verily”
  53. Bird having minimal time in water, getting cold — perch found outside
  54. Artist using colour that's "female” rather than "male”
  55. US short-story writer William Sidney Porter's pseudonym
  56. Like some students smartened up when going to university
  57. BBC newsreader recently appointed as the new host of Mastermind
  58. The German for "boy”
  59. Very excited editor as last-minute news is being gathered
  60. Soul of personal assistant bishop's ignored
  61. HMS _____, Britain's last surviving major warship of the Second World War, is moored as a museum near Tower Bridge
  62. Chalk cliffs between Cuckmere Haven and Beachy Head on the Sussex coast
  63. The gift of money or property from a will
  64. Scottish boxer maybe genuinely gripped by anxiety, one having been knocked out
  65. Rugby forwards in the front row of a scrum
  66. Sacred text has to be absorbed by holy person attached to academy
  67. Firearm like Dirty Harry's Smith and Wesson Model 29
  68. The Toffees
  69. ____ desperandum means "do not despair”
  70. I'm involved with insects, treating biology etc, as all-important
  71. Informally, the aquatic creature in the 1934 "Surgeon's photograph”
  72. Silly attendees turned out to be sad and so opinionated?
  73. Short section of sharp bends in a motor-racing track
  74. Organ manual which controls soft sweet-toned pipes
  75. Something that aids female health — what could make GP restore individual
  76. One of two main formal accompaniments to a DJ
  77. Stringed instrument associated with Hawaii
  78. Female to advance, creating commotion
  79. To cite something as evidence, especially in law
  80. In Scotland dreary old men start to irritate English
  81. ____ International is a global human rights organisation
  82. The last minute — or 60 times as long?
  83. Hawk three lines, wasting time with additional line
  84. Unseparated stamps with different face values are ____
  85. Mineral certain to crumble
  86. Action, time and place as "Aristotelean” dramatic principles, devised in 16th-century Italy