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The Times – Specialist – Sunday Times GK Jumbo No 222 July 12 2020 Crossword Answers

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The Times – Specialist – Sunday Times GK Jumbo No 222
Clues Answers
“A ____ cord is not quickly broken” (Ecclesiastes) THREEFOLD
“If anything might ____ him now / The kind old sun will know” (Wilfred Owen) ROUSE
“The best bunker buster” according to Scott Ritter, a UN weapons inspector in Iraq in the 1990s DIPLOMAT
“Whatever our souls are made of, ____” (Wuthering Heights) his and mine are the same
A bitter bark formerly used in medicine ANGOSTURA
Aircraft manufacturer founded in Seattle in 1916 BOEING
America golfer, nicknamed The King, who won the Open in 1961 and 1962 Arnold Palmer
American social reformer and suffragist who worked closely with Elizabeth Stanton Susan B Anthony
American union leader and criminal, played by Jack Nicholson in a 1992 film Jimmy Hoffa
An Italian lady SIGNORA
Animal in the same family as humans and some great apes HOMINID
Australian tennis player, winner of four 1950s grand slam men’s singles titles Lew Hoad
British javelin thrower whose main rival in the 1980s was Petra Felke Fatima Whitbread
By PH Newby, the first winner of the Booker Prize Something to Answer For
Canadian tennis player, runner-up to Andy Murray in the 2016 Wimbledon men’s singles final Milos Raonic
Carmarthenshire’s largest town LLANELLI
Clerical office which is an anagram of SUNDAY BEER subdeanery
Daughter of Polonius and lover of Hamlet OPHELIA
Ecological zone, often named after its main vegetation BIOME
English furniture style of the late 18th century SHERATON
Fastener with two arms pushed through a hole and bent split pin
Grandma and Chalkie often appeared in cartoons by ____ GILES
Having a pale brown-yellow colour OCHREOUS
Hexahedrons of dehydrated bouillon stock cubes
In French, “faire du ____” is to go cycling VELO
In Zambia, one hundredth of a kwacha NGWEE
John Major’s successor as leader of the Conservative party William Hague
Kos, Santorini, and Rhodes are some of the ____ Aegean Islands
Language with the oldest vernacular literature in Western Europe IRISH
Leguminous tree whose wood is often used as barbecue fuel in the southern USA MESQUITE
London football club managed by Mikel Arteta ARSENAL
Malta’s northwesterly island neighbour GOZO
Mapping or study of the moon’s features selenography
Roman poet who had a feud with his former friend Nero LUCAN
Skin condition characterised by red blisters and itchiness ECZEMA
Star Trek character originally played by James Doohan, and more recently by Simon Pegg Montgomery Scott
Swiss ski resort, a popular destination for the international jet set GSTAAD
The capital of Dominica ROSEAU
The first British player to participate in a 20th-century world chess championship final Nigel Short
The former status of this town in Angus is reflected in the name of its football team BRECHIN
The Isle of Man’s Tynwald comprises the Legislative Council and the ____ House of Keys
The Open University’s home town milton keynes
The windpipe TRACHEA
Trader exploiting market imperfections arbitrager
____ Kettle were hillbillies with 15 children in a 1940s and 1950s Universal Studios comedy series Ma and Pa
____ played Howard Kirk in the 1981 BBC adaptation of Malcolm Bradbury’s The History Man Antony Sher