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The Times – Specialist – Sunday Times GK Jumbo No 115 June 24 2018

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The Times – Specialist – Sunday Times GK Jumbo No 115

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Clues Answers
‘I’ll speak to it though hell itself should ____’ (Hamlet, on his father’s ghost) GAPE
‘Where’er I go, they shout ‘Hello! ____?” (Chorus of this music hall song) Where Did You Get That Hat
A clique or coterie in-group
A female servant, or anyone doing menial work SKIVVY
A man with no name but many monuments Unknown Soldier
A plane hired for short flights air taxi
A sheet of material protecting a doorway or window from sun or rain AWNING
A small boat, often with one rower SKIFF
A T-cell or B-cell LYMPHOCYTE
Advice possibly applicable to crossword-solving practice makes perfect
American writer Maya ____’s first autobiographical work was I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings ANGELOU
An archaic name for someone or something excellent NONESUCH
An old name for the northern end of the world ultima Thule
Bertie ___ managed Arsenal’s 1971 double-winning team MEE
Bone injury often caused by a significant increase in exercise stress fracture
Chinese classic text based on 64 hexagrams, influential in 1960s counterculture I Ching
Chris ____ won 18 tennis grand-slam singles titles EVERT
City in Uruguay formerly known for meat processing Fray Bentos
City where England lost a 1970 World Cup quarter final LEON
Conservation organisation with an avocet in its emblem rspb
Corrieshalloch Gorge is a box ____ near Ullapool CANYON
Edith Wharton novel, filmed in 1993 Ethan Frome
First person to sail single-handed around the world by the clipper route, in 1966-7 Sir Francis Chichester
In a Sergei Eisenstein film, Alexander ____ defends Novgorod against Teutonic knights nevsky
Informally, fail to make the grade not cut it
Interval between the first two notes of the harmonic series OCTAVE
Jelly-like substance, used as a culture medium AGAR
Keith ____ is the TV alter ego of comedian Leigh Francis LEMON
London’s largest public square Lincoln’s Inn Fields
Measure of vehicle weight used in designing new roads axle load
Clues Answers
News agency based in Moscow TASS
Of music, fast and lively up-tempo
Old-fashioned question about courage man or mouse
One of two or more chemical compounds with the same formula but different atomic arrangements ISOMER
Opened in 1683, Oxford’s ____ is our oldest public museum ASHMOLEAN
Palace hiven to Henry VIII by Thomas Wolsey Hampton Court
Philosophical movement started in the 1920s and 1930s logical positivism
Prestwick airport is a few miles north of this county town AYR
Pub name linked with falconry bird in hand
Radio DJ Alan Freeman’s nickname FLUFF
Registered brand name for yarn including metallic thread LUREX
Spelt with nine U’s and three A’s, a ‘triggerfish with a snout like a pig’, Hawaii’s state fish humuhumunukunukuapua’a
That being the case if so
The Jewish Feast of Tabernacles SUKKOT
The kind of knowledge that really is ‘general’ COMMON
The middle section of a human foot INSTEP
The most recent of seven ships called HMS ____ participated in the Falklands and Gulf wars FEARLESS
The Touch version of this media player is the only one still produced IPOD
The Washington Square Arch is at the southern end of this New York street Fifth Avenue
The ____ is a 1972 film based on an HE Bates novella, starring Glenda Jackson, Brian Deacon and Oliver Reed Triple Echo
These are worth £200 on a standard British Monopoly board STATIONS
To make (meat) more healthy but less tasty DEFAT
UK government ministry, 1968-88 — Norman Fowler was its longest-serving minister dhss
Under interrogation by the Queen of Hearts, the Hatter ‘bit a large piece out of his ____ instead of the bread-and-butter’ TEACUP
US actor whose first well-known role was in Thelma and Louise Brad Pitt
Very thin, owing to disease or starvation EMACIATED
Vitamin ____ cause diseases such as rickets or pellagra deficiencies
Youngest player in England’s 1966 World Cup team Alan Ball
____ de morue is a Provençal dish of puréed salt cod, olive oil, bread, garlic and milk BRANDADE
____’s Philippics were 14 speeches criticising Mark Antony CICERO