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Mungo’s Crossword N019

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Cryptic Clues

ACROSS

1. Choose rook, I caught small pawn. That’s a buzz (8,5)

9. Ambassador loses yacht to setter. That’s the bottom line! (5)

10. The duke and his wife go promiscuous (9)

11. Jolly good animal, I’m told, the antelope (10)

12. Zero in on cold metal (4)

14. A thousand go south in immense uproar for revenge (7)

16. Socialist dead inside, or similar (7)

17. Distress about non-clerical turn in dances (7)

19. Patent medicine has no hesitation; instead does brief harm to nasal passage (7)

20. River temperature leads to confusion (4)

21. Medico procrastinated – caught! Expelled from the regiment (7,3)

24. Leon was confused, with nothing of the essential meaning. But he made up a new word (9)

25. After Vietnamese new year, Egyptian god creates tropical fish (5)

26. Public lavatory shields boat and French fish, deceased. Useful small producers for any township. (6,7)

DOWN

1. Drunk and disorderly: the Naples case (9,5)

2. Revel about Apodes offspring (5)

3. To a single: Invitation to dine at The Redback’s Retreat! (6,4)

4. Journo’s introduction to produce a favourable effect. (7)

5. One ship in short cut to crossover (7)

6. Masturbator has tiny erection! (4)

7. Young American sibling teases first queen (3,6)

8. Old Cicero rages and rips into hypocrisy (9,5)

13. Carnivore self-destructs over gas fire (10)

15. Note little one from 8 down abroad on Monday – it’s a small world! (9)

18. Mrs Lyons of the Royal Agricultural Society goes back to fish (7)

19. Entrance staff returns ID (4,3)

22. Strange route – quite improper in fact (5)

23. Tie up Othello (4)

Quick Clues

ACROSS

1. Jolt received from faulty wiring (8,5)

9. Short passage at the end of a literary work (5)

10. Flirt, act promiscuously (9)

11. Type of African antelope (10)

12. Silvery grey metal (4)

14. Revenge, or its goddess (7)

16. Of the same family, connected (7)

17. Dances, especially school ones (7)

19. Nasal passage (7)

20. Melee, crowd out of control (4)

21. Formally expelled from the army (7,3)

24. One who coins new words (9)

25. Small tropical fish, often seen in tanks (5)

26. Yards where fruit and vegetables are grown for sale (6,7)

DOWN

1. Pachyderm’s nose (9,5)

2. Young eel (5)

3. To sit on in the loo (6,4)

4. Make a mark on, cause admiration (7)

5. Make a zigzag movement, cut through (7)

6. In the Bible, he spilled his seed on the ground (4)

7. Younger female sibling (3,6)

8. Insincere grief, hypocrisy (9,5)

13. Carnivore (10)

15. Miniature universe (9)

18. Small fish, often canned (7)

19. Identification label (4,3)

22. Unusual, improper (5)

23. Tie up a boat (4)

 

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