Category: The Times – Specialist
7-October-2018 | Page 1 of 1 | Crossword Zone 301 Clues & Answers

  1. Juan Manuel ___, Formula 1 world champion from 1954 to 1957
  2. Two notes on long, decorative braid
  3. Add explanations to text
  4. The Mock Turtle said it consists of Ambition, Distraction, Uglification and Derision
  5. Short written treatise on area not special for examiner
  6. Author of Le Grand Meaulnes
  7. British driver who was Formula 1 world champion in 1976
  8. Sheep shelter from sun on hill
  9. Author of Haroun and the Sea of Stories
  10. Town in Umbria whose historic sites were damaged by an earthquake in 1997
  11. Martin ____ directed Taxi Driver and Raging Bull
  12. Record gambling game in cabin
  13. The ____ Girl in the School started a series by Enid Blyton
  14. International yachting trophy currently held by the Royal New Zealand Yacht Squadron
  15. Matrix ducks accommodating extreme Brazilian state
  16. The ability to use language proficiently
  17. ____ crunch, a sit-up
  18. Highland forecaster upset by cuts
  19. Trademark for thin transparent wrapping material, made from viscose
  20. Domestic fowls which lay white eggs
  21. Pleased to keep one favoured cereal ingredient
  22. 1930s film star such as Errol Flynn, Clark Gable or Rudolph Valentino
  23. Clapped-out like a brolly
  24. Volcanic island in the Atlantic discovered by Joao da Nova Castella in 1502
  25. Honour given to lecturer, one showing marks on script
  26. Cricketing fielding position on the off-side
  27. Methodist orator who is not an ordained clergyman
  28. Wyn, once a gorgeous lady is Sorbian
  29. Town in southeastern France, where nougat is made
  30. Outlaws second-class guys seeking publicity
  31. Outcomes, which in the original meaning of the word, could be bad as well as good
  32. Actress, anti-nuclear and feminist activist, who won an Academy Award for her role in Klute in 1971
  33. Heraldic animals formerly seen in French city square
  34. & 28 Down: Bill Forsyth's 1983 film about a Texan oil baron wishing to buy a Scottish village for his firm
  35. Warwickshire-born novelist who wrote Romola
  36. Quite filling spread with pasty
  37. See 33 Across
  38. Perfume ingredient: get it in Middle Eastern state, no question
  39. In English, a decorative coating for the outside of buildings, though simply "plaster" in its original language
  40. German cipher machine used in the Second World War
  41. Regular presenter of Newsnight
  42. Film unhappy defeat
  43. A product available in only one chain of stores
  44. Seattle plant succeeded with present and former President
  45. Piece of armour, covering the chest and back
  46. Village near Criccieth where David Lloyd George was brought up and is buried
  47. Is the outline styled as such?
  48. Rich, fashionable young people
  49. Excessive sentimentality
  50. Very good old van for youngster or banger from the Gorbals?
  51. Brittle silvery-grey metallic element, used in steel-making
  52. ____ Bay railway station incorporates the Caledonian MacBrayne terminal for ferries to Rothesay on the Isle of Bute
  53. Italian opera house opened in 1778
  54. Insectivore not popular in a south-eastern state
  55. Buzz ____, a Space Ranger superhero in the Toy Story films
  56. Muse of lyric poetry and music
  57. Dislike days without a course of action ending in victory
  58. The use of severely tailored suits by women in business, intended to project an image of efficiency
  59. Silk straight dress with stand-up collar and a slit in one side, worn by Chinese women
  60. Article about large Mediterranean units
  61. Actor who won a best actor Golden Globe for his portrayal of General Patton
  62. Type of lift with no floor selection buttons, rare in the UK
  63. Your setter finally tails off? The reverse, lots on offer here
  64. Drum-like machine for hauling in heavy ropes
  65. Part of the brain which co-ordinates voluntary movements and maintains equilibrium
  66. Seasons in the case of Blackpool: rainy or windy!
  67. Prestigious London shopping location, planned by John Nash
  68. The Lily Maid of Astolat
  69. Extremist in bizarre rituals is thrown out
  70. Deep blue semi-precious stone, the original source of ultramarine pigment
  71. Fox TV's latest: 9/11 vacuously presented
  72. A light or westerly wind, also a large Ford car replaced by the Granada in 1972
  73. Irishman who's learned nothing lost office
  74. Solicitors or barristers appointed as a part-time judges in the Crown Court
  75. Location of the US Congress, and a residential area of Washington DC
  76. Weapon's protective covering whitish as mentioned
  77. "When the Honours List is full of ____s, millionaires, and-er-chumps, you may be quite sure that the Government is seriously ill" (Arnold Bennett)
  78. Berkeley Square songbird
  79. Rod reportedly became pale
  80. Former large naval base and dockyard town in Fife
  81. Spring roll said to be refined
  82. Mont Cervin, to the French, first climbed by Edward Whymper in 1865
  83. Yorkshire's smallest city
  84. Portable organs furnished only with reed-pipes
  85. University in turn mocks sexual disease? Supposedly
  86. Lorenz ____, lyricist of Pal Joey
  87. Flies back for boring thing in Scotland
  88. Chinese province, capital Chengdu
  89. An alternative name for the "Athens of the North"
  90. Head, one ending in the soup