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

  1. Sheep, for example, having nothing to eat
  2. Consider something at length
  3. Euphuism was the distinctive style of Elizabethan writer and playwright John ____
  4. One who tends the fire on a steam train or ship
  5. Pop singer around end of concert? One may be seen with DJ
  6. Bring back a carrier with food, my bonny
  7. The golden ____ is an ornamental fish normally kept in outdoor ponds
  8. Footballer's endless complaint
  9. Building offering access to computer equipment for those in a rural area
  10. Mark, an old rocker, given officer status
  11. Unconventional beard associated with revolutionary transvestite
  12. In Greek myth, soothsayer who introduced the worship of Dionysus
  13. Seen getting drunk, one who should stay sober in Welsh Assembly
  14. Largest city of Tanzania
  15. Char's manner of speaking putting any number off
  16. "A leader who doesn't ____ before he sends his nation into battle isn't fit to be a leader” (Golda Meir)
  17. Father has stain inside coat
  18. Japanese musical instrument, usually with 13 strings
  19. Steal from wrecks gone over
  20. A Ken Loach film; character played by Jennifer Lien in Star Trek: Voyager
  21. Eva's henpecked husband in several Tom Sharpe novels
  22. Old insect bringing panic around Lincoln
  23. In US criminal law, a plea accepting conviction but not admitting guilt
  24. Roman house in Iberia maybe writer's abandoned
  25. The Jewish feast of Purim celebrates this Persian queen
  26. Sixties band still fronted by Eric Burdon
  27. So there may be new principle used for statistical data
  28. Form of social protest used in Britain in the 1920s and 1930s
  29. Cleansing process incorporating complicated rite could be this?
  30. Winnie-the-Pooh character whose favourite food is thistles
  31. Below base of cloud bird gets thoroughly wet in Scotland
  32. Type of flag associated with republicanism
  33. Innkeeper who appears in four Shakespeare plays
  34. Such pancakes if badly cooked may be flakiest
  35. Someone with permanent and absolute tenure of land
  36. Fabrics produced in a hundred tiny places
  37. Restaurant in which wine is traditionally served in a decanter rather than a bottle
  38. Broadcaster who created That Was The Week That Was
  39. Settled down but not quietly — wanted to scratch?
  40. The most populous island in the US state of Hawaii
  41. Waterside ornamental plant with very large leaves
  42. Gold or silver coin once used in Europe
  43. First person to get upset, with confession of inability to be sparkling
  44. Pluck grass
  45. Athlete who won four gold medals at the 1936 Olympic Games in Berlin
  46. Recipe requiring fish to be turned over in oven
  47. Ian ____ fronted Echo and the Bunnymen, 1978-88
  48. Gunners shoot going over island, needing skills to capture it
  49. Nonsense by 30 frolicking
  50. A wine grower or merchant
  51. Tree a sudden wind upended
  52. "Mark where his carnage and his ____ cease! / He makes a solitude, and calls it — peace” (Byron)
  53. Words of warning from gentlemen gardening
  54. Informally, a handgun
  55. Poet whose works include The Windhover
  56. Witty words on tomb out of order
  57. One to trap hunted animal, tail being chopped off with little hesitation
  58. In 2006 ____ won the best actress Oscar winner for Walk the Line
  59. Waves running directly against a ship's course
  60. Monstrous things sailor found surfacing in the drink
  61. Band whose debut single (1978) was Take Me, I'm Yours
  62. Stuck in creek is brown gypsy man
  63. ____, tugged to her last Berth to be broken up, 1838 is a painting by Turner
  64. According to a 2013 survey, one who gives American children an average of $3.70 per "item”
  65. No longer put straw on the playing area — not very good
  66. Beat it!
  67. Old cow in East Sussex river
  68. A two-masted sailing boat
  69. The Atomium in Brussels was built for ____ 58
  70. Things one habitually eats, having removed fifty bones
  71. Siberia's largest city
  72. Time of denial with one having inadequate room and little breathing space
  73. Listening secretly
  74. Wood has some squelchy leaves
  75. 1963 film about fictional rugby league footballer Frank Machin
  76. Fort William is at the northeast end of ____
  77. Face work with limit circumscribed
  78. Spanish-Venezuelan female tennis player who became world No 1 in 2017
  79. Comic opera whose central character has four daughters — Mabel, Edith, Kate, and Isabel
  80. Andalusia's second most populous city
  81. Coldness of manner in doctor who may be taking risks?