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Irish Times (Crosaire) – Oct 4 2021 Crossword Answer

Published in Irish Times (Crosaire) Crossword.

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Ban one of those in 25 across similarly OUTLAW
Briefly a gambler’s need for papers when sober LUCID
Come in after everyone else to open 14 across LOSE
Commissioning new painting containing river APPOINTING
Decide not to join old heartless Irishman going on holiday OPTOUT
Ditch celebrity or suffer humiliation LOSEFACE
Doctor to chair ‘Cold of The Chest’ THORACIC
DUP unsettled by flipping paramilitaries’ reform UPDATE
Futile writing to school for those with no chance of achieving their grades NOHOPERS
Gave voice to those at the end of 18 across SAID
Get out of jail card – presumably that’s only for the one undercover with the car INSURANCEPOLICY
Heads to Catania, Rimini, Imola and Milan working for The Don CRIMINAL
One of those in the abbey needing no introduction leads monks and nuns and one of the flock LAYMAN
Part of the watch at the back of 14 across FACE
Poses going around St Kitts and Nevis on the way back SITS
Provisional certificates produced by actor at the centre removed from screenplays SCRIPS
Regardless of how politician takes in Panama, South Africa and Ireland THATSAID
Religious leader splits with those once employed as an aid to reception in a moving way RABBITEARS
Roly’s partner got around central Bethlehem having Arabic, Aramaic, Hebrew and English, among others POLYGLOT
Sending up veneer of rock chick perhaps? ANIMAL
Source of light coming from Hostelry overlooking university BULB
State of new engineer – a supporter of female music synonymous with Jamaica NEBRASKA
Stops The Sun article on ugly win – it means nothing to both sides AWNING
Strip of luncheon meat has no name? UNCLOTHE
Task forces have no fear of those kept back in reserve STOCKS
Type of plant associated with insect gripping university intensely POWERFULLY
Venues where you can see Brief Encounter many times in hangouts for the barmen COURTROOMS
When not in New Delhi one is not working IDLE