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

  1. Job of no consequence in Ireland! Little work and, gosh, I toil hard
  2. 2011 single by Simple Plan featuring Natasha Bedingfield
  3. The capital of Argentina
  4. Gardeners near their peak delight in these trees on a lake
  5. Raja in a state of drought starts to kick up
  6. The herpetologist Fink-Nottle in differing guises?
  7. Indian prime minister posthumously given the Bangladesh Freedom Honour for help in the War of Independence
  8. ____ Abbey is a likely photo stop for travellers on the A466 between Chepstow and Monmouth
  9. College failure becomes a pitcher
  10. Clock wherein you see trailer
  11. Canadian province named after a daughter of Queen Victoria
  12. Canned in Queensland adopting not forgotten way to stand
  13. Flat-race champion jockey ten times, 1914-1923
  14. Third place in the controversial 2005 US Grand Prix made ____ the only Portuguese Formula One driver with a podium finish
  15. Uni lads developing explosive mixtures
  16. US singer who had a 1962 hit with The Loco-Motion
  17. I'm no pro — in short, against avoiding brief
  18. The Duke of Norfolk in Shakespeare's Richard II
  19. To swell or bubble up
  20. Contemplation about one's wasting
  21. Alanis Morissette single which begins "An old man turned ninety-eight / He won the lottery and died the next day”
  22. Mapping of the moon or study of its features
  23. Pamplona's festival of ____ includes the running of the bulls
  24. Parent on dog's well-defined bit of body
  25. State of equilibrium between the earth's crust and mantle
  26. Faff about Rimbaud's named successor (in short in Latin)
  27. Organisation (part of Naafi) which was replaced by Combined Services Entertainment
  28. Carlsberg lager created to commemorate Winston Churchill's 1950 visit to Denmark
  29. Soppiness about old English black plant
  30. Stage name of Darrin O'Brien who had a 1992 hit with Informer
  31. Rare goose caught by inhumane neighbour
  32. Native mentioned in an expression of disbelief
  33. Sir Peter ____ was made Master of the Queen's Music in 2004
  34. Cake for broadcaster from Dublin
  35. What's left I used freely in base of daquiri
  36. The capital of Castile when it separated from Leon
  37. "Caveat ____” — let the buyer beware
  38. Cells selectively grown in a laboratory
  39. Charge one's own claim to being a doozy
  40. Answer is to go up with string to join pipes the old way
  41. Co Durham town, a childhood home of Stan Laurel
  42. Supplier of aromatic remedies is born with millions
  43. In a spiteful manner
  44. Whoops! I tend to flounder round boaters, or similar
  45. Memorable girl wanted at home about to board
  46. Pole holding a lighted slow match, once used to fire a cannon
  47. Type of dictionary that may be used by poets
  48. Brown would be excluded if opening with book
  49. Hat to leak
  50. The largest asteroid in the solar system
  51. Republic succeeded drawing in obsequious sorts
  52. To greet courteously, from a Latin word meaning "health”
  53. Russian ballet dancer who defected to Canada in 1974
  54. In due course joey will be stoked to get diluted soda etc
  55. "In real life, I assure you, there is no such thing as ____” (Fran Lebowitz)
  56. Who was famously refused gets it in? It's occasionally unearthed
  57. Advertising slogan for Stella Artois beer, 1982-2007
  58. Silver salmon (plural)
  59. Downy, in the manner of Wodehouse you might say
  60. Relating to or composed of bone
  61. Word which can follow sea, chili, and guide
  62. Odd form of compulsion finds this minatory PLC fazed
  63. Dancer who co-starred with Gene Kelly and Fred Astaire in 1950s films
  64. Yes, great pal is excited to make the final entrance?
  65. Admiral of the fleet, and first governor of Newfoundland; another admiral, an inspiration for Horatio Hornblower
  66. Main ingredient of a Bellini cocktail
  67. ____ and the Philippines are the only two countries with no divorce laws
  68. Anything or, for a few, nothing is accepted without opening
  69. In the A Nightmare on Elm Street films, the name of Freddie Krueger's mother
  70. Put out by online fault? Time to enter "delete”
  71. The ____ is a Scottish listings magazine published since 2005
  72. Pentecost festival as seen in Shakespeare's Henry IV, Part 2
  73. Question for right solver who enjoys trifles
  74. Benjamin ____ made Queen Victoria Empress of India
  75. Take up difficulty over point
  76. Wife of Pander, the brothel-keeper in Pericles, Prince of Tyre
  77. One of the first digital graphical computer games, based on noughts and crosses and written in 1952
  78. Rhubarb and honey — mean to be ordinary
  79. Guard clearing right of access for that reason
  80. Ilhan ____ was invited to "go back to where she came from” in a Donald Trump tweet
  81. Gareth ____, former prop forward for Bath and England
  82. Bog into which Christian sinks in The Pilgrim's Progress
  83. Eg, Bravo Charlie . . . Romeo by instant messaging