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The Times – Specialist – Sunday Times GK Jumbo No 230 September 6 2020 Crossword Answers

Published in The Times Specialist Crossword.

The Times – Specialist – Sunday Times GK Jumbo No 230
Clues Answers
“Everyone leaves” as a stage instruction exeunt omnes
“When you tell people that you are studying maths at uni, they are like, ‘Oh …’. Especially a blonde ____ girl” (Rachel Riley) ESSEX
1973 Martin Scorsese film starring Harvey Keitel and Robert De Niro Mean Streets
2013 film comedy about a bogus family including a drug dealer, virgin, stripper, and runaway We’re The Millers
1/x is the ____ of x RECIPROCAL
A southwestern Pacific island was named after this English county NORFOLK
A widow or unmarried woman, or one who trades independently of her husband feme sole
Alternative name for a Tibetan monastery LAMASERAI
American actress, a L’Oréal “spokesmodel” since 1985 Andie MacDowell
Argentinian footballer who died in a plane crash in 2019 Emiliano Sala
Conventional title of Psalm 51 MISERERE
Device attached to film cameras which allows four bursts of illumination flashcube
Dianthus barbatus, a garden pink sweet william
Documents issued to neutral merchant vessels to allow safe passage during wartime sea letters
Edinburgh’s port LEITH
Entirely (from Latin) in toto
Final novel in Henry Miller’s controversial trilogy The Rosy Crucifixion NEXUS
Former Revolutionary Communist Party member, later a Brexit Party MEP, recently nominated for a peerage Claire Fox
French director whose films included Hiroshima, Mon Amour (1959) and Muriel Alain Resnais
French winner of the World Rally Championship six times, 2013-18 Sebastien Ogier
Greek island whose principal town is Myrina LEMNOS
Historical region associated with the Dracula stories TRANSYLVANIA
In Greek myth, the son of Clytemnestra and Agamemnon ORESTES
In The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy, the character named after a car Ford Prefect
Irish city on the banks of the River Nore in Leinster KILKENNY
Italian city, home of the Autodromo Enzo e Dino Ferrari IMOLA
London street; the British government or civil service WHITEHALL
Main antagonist of The Merchant of Venice SHYLOCK
Main location of the Jim Carrey comedy film The Mask Edge City
Medical term for lack of strength, rare in British usage adynamia
Noel Gay musical featuring The Lambeth Walk Me and My Girl
One of the front four teeth in each human jaw INCISOR
Particle in a cell which synthesises protein RIBOSOME
Philip ____ wrote The Duke of Milan MASSINGER
Rush mat commonly used as a floor covering in Japan TATAMI
Rust is hydrated ____ iron oxide
Shields bearing coats of arms escutcheons
Someone from Muscat or Salalah OMANI
Tchaikovsky’s ballet The Nutcracker was based on a story by this German author E T A Hoffmann
The first UK National Hunt jockey to record 150 wins in one season, in 1988-89 Peter Scudamore
The London Peace Pagoda is in ____ Park BATTERSEA
The navigational head of the Missouri River is at ____, Iowa Sioux City
The role of Camilla Long at the Sunday Times film critic
The Sheik of ____ is a jazz standard, covered by the Beatles in their unsuccessful audition for Decca in 1962 ARABY
To remove a harness or, more generally, set free UNYOKE
Vessel with wing-like structures raising its hull at speed HYDROFOIL
Victor Hugo character rarely seen without her goat, Djali ESMERALDA
____ onions are often pickled SILVERSKIN