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

  1. Love Tessa playing in second movement
  2. Variety of peach with a smooth skin
  3. Gypsy inside waits for boring types
  4. French city famed for enamelware, and later, porcelain
  5. Part of a sail that may be rolled up to reduce its area
  6. Cheers for model
  7. London's ____ has a zoo, theatre, lake and bandstand
  8. Expression of contempt about flipping sea captain
  9. A logical basis for a course of action
  10. Translation of the second word of Caesar's attributed comment "Veni, vidi, vici”
  11. Australian detectives turned up in Queensland plant
  12. Art retailer, noted for iconic posters of the 1970s and 1980s
  13. The last steam engine built by British Railways
  14. Spirit in station swelling
  15. The water boa
  16. A resident of Baghdad
  17. African party in resort as before showing interest in literature
  18. John Aubrey's collection of short biographies about contemporaries such as Hobbes and Milton
  19. ____ directed the films Vera Drake and Mr Turner
  20. Refrained from supporting Asian island endlessly
  21. German behind football club not a City type
  22. ____'s first role with Hammer Film Productions was in The Curse of Frankenstein
  23. Number of yards in a chain
  24. The 17th century in French art and literature
  25. Gossip after Liechtenstein show off
  26. Silver notches left out in clasps
  27. Large duck of the merganser genus
  28. Polish composer whose Venetian Games is his most experimental piece, using "aleatory counterpoint”
  29. Inflatable plastic or rubber mattresses
  30. Early bumper passes over retreating club bat
  31. Noisette moved from grass
  32. Soap in which early characters were Helen Daniels, Des Clarke and Nell Mangel
  33. Edible, yellow, funnel-shaped mushrooms
  34. Strict secretiveness within a community
  35. Addition exercise starts with four and five — nine!
  36. Artist's agent is rough
  37. "What is hope? Nothing but paint on the face of ____” (Byron)
  38. The Duke of Medina Sidonia commanded ____ from his flagship, the Sao Martinho
  39. Worker behind heap of waste with no end of pong?
  40. A tiny amount of something like doubt or evidence
  41. Very large retiring relative touching bottom of mattress springs!
  42. European chief negotiator for Britain's exit from the EU
  43. Large sandpiper with a slightly upturned bill
  44. Ministers urge river work on English county
  45. Citadel built after the 1745 Jacobite rising, guarding the sea approaches to Inverness
  46. Makes less of computer records out of line
  47. ____ Wheel, the sister organisation of Rotary International
  48. American base abroad getting single-cell specimens from US
  49. Informal name for bistort, also describing its twisted roots
  50. Informally, an attraction at the southern end of the A23
  51. Cut back around elevated red room with seats
  52. 43A would have danced with Chris ____ if he had won his 1976 Wimbledon final
  53. Huge old man first up
  54. The Holy Grail is said to have been hidden in the Chalice Well at the foot of this Somerset hill
  55. Musical instrument, often used to convey a pastoral mood
  56. Old-fashioned stuffing recipe not normally written down
  57. A 64ft "Contra Trombone” in Sydney Town Hall is one of the world's longest ____s
  58. ____ and Pembroke are the only two Oxford University colleges on squares of the same name
  59. Type of shellfish from European country mentioned
  60. A "cabbage” butterfly or a major pig breed
  61. Using very modern technology
  62. Gala is organised by some of Daphne's family
  63. Hymn fades with one listener looking skywards
  64. Basil ____ won the 1950 design competition for the new Coventry Cathedral
  65. The ____ Sea is bounded by mainland Italy, Sicily, Sardinia and Corsica
  66. A short-sighted person
  67. Recalled Beethoven dedicatee's acidy stuff
  68. Monastery officer in rare upset about business
  69. 1999 Richard Curtis film starring Julia Roberts and Hugh Grant
  70. The fourth 007 film starring Sean Connery
  71. One who believes that natural objects have desires and intentions
  72. Terror group around London area in racket, taking land illegally
  73. Rock group's work not moving at all
  74. Plant of the Veronica genus, with small blue or pinkish white flowers
  75. Basil ___, the Cape Coloured cricketer who played for Worcestershire, and England from 1966 to 1972
  76. Gives a view over trees
  77. Winner of the 1972 US Open and 1973 French Open
  78. Many years following pub darts
  79. The successor to Enda Kenny as taoiseach, in June 2017
  80. One concerned with the classification of diseases