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The Times – Specialist – Sunday Times GK Jumbo No 223 July 19 2020 Crossword Answers

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The Times – Specialist – Sunday Times GK Jumbo No 223
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“Kensington ____” is an informal term for stage blood GORE
“Our nada ____ in nada, nada be thy name” (Ernest Hemingway) who art
“That was The Cherry Orchard by Anton Chekhov, ____ for radio by putting it onto a piece of wood and banging a few nails through it” (Gumby Theatre, Monty Python) ADAPTED
1966 film in which a miniaturised submarine is injected into a scientist’s body to remove a blood clot fantastic Voyage
&23A: “The biggest word you ever heard and this is how it goes: Oh, ____” (Mary Poppins — 1964 film) supercalifragilistic
A dazed state STUPOR
A long thin cigar PANATELLA
A rule issued by a US president, having the force of law executive order
A spendthrift WASTREL
Accommodation for animals at docks or markets LAIRAGE
Accommodation such as the Queen Mary in Long Beach BOATEL
Beef cut containing parts of shoulder bones chuck steak
By population, Australia’s fifth-largest city ADELAIDE
Cancel out or invalidate NULLIFY
Capital city of North Carolina RALEIGH
Captain Frederick ____ wrote Mr Midshipman Easy MARRYAT
Change from first to second gear, for instance UPSHIFT
Constellation including the stars Rigel and Betelgeuse ORION
Fashion designer best known for tennis dresses teddy Tinling
Fictional work mainly about personality rather than plot character study
Flowering soon in bud
Forename of women’s suffrage campaigner Mrs Pankhurst EMMELINE
Foretell the future with a crystal ball or similar object SCRY
Former Pravda editor Nikolai ____ was executed in 1938, after a show trial bukharin
French cigarette brand with a gypsy dancer on the packets GITANES
Grade I listed structure on the eastern approach to Bristol Temple Meads station Avon bridge
In the 19th century, most of the world’s supply of this element came from Sicily SULPHUR
International agreement protecting endangered plants and animals, opened for signature in 1973 CITES
Johnny ____ of Fulham was Britain’s first footballer to earn £100 a week, after the 1961 abolition of the £20 maximum wage HAYNES
Luther ____ played for Watford FC and AC Milan BLISSETT
Mathematical education equipment in which 1 is represented by a white cube cuisenaire rods
Norwegian Wood was the first pop song to use this instrument SITAR
Of a ship, to almost stop while facing the wind lie to
Plant cultivation using mineral nutrients in water HYDROPONICS
Pudding often involving dunked strawberries Chocolate fondue
See 1A expialidocious
Siberian city where Decembrists were exiled IRKUTSK
So far as yet
Someone using a noosed rope to catch horses or cattle LASSOER
Structure abutting the walls of a larger building lean-to
The best-known song from the musical No, No, Nanette Tea for Two
The Simpsons first appeared on US television as part of The Tracey ____ Show ULLMAN
The US equivalent of bogof TWOFER
The ____ of Sauron is his main image in The Lord of the Rings EYE
The ____s that produce pearls are in a different family from the edible ones OYSTER
This former companion of Abraham fled from the city of Sodom LOT
What a satnav helps you to do, as some of them say reach your destination
Worked out by reasoning DEDUCED
____ starred in the title role of Tom Jones, the 1964 best picture Oscar winner Albert Finney