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The Times – Specialist – Sunday Times GK Jumbo No 235 October 11 2020 Crossword Answers

Published in The Times Specialist Crossword.

The Times – Specialist – Sunday Times GK Jumbo No 235
Clues Answers
“Do you find you can’t finish the ____ like you used to […]?” (Doc Morrissey in The Fall and Rise of Reginald Perrin) CROSSWORD
1979 comedy horror film in which Count Dracula is expelled from his castle by a communist government Love At First Bite
2006 DreamWorks film about hungry animals raiding food in suburbia Over the Hedge
A Chinese tea made with partly fermented leaves OOLONG
A group of travellers using 10Ds CARAVAN
A not necessarily respectful name for an important person WORTHY
An apparent bodily substance representing vigorous work elbow grease
Australia’s Test cricket captain, 1999-2004 Steve Waugh
Australian arboreal marsupial, also called a phalanger POSSUM
Avant-garde arts movement launched in Italy in 1909 FUTURISM
BBC TV quiz show which included “dummy keyboard” and “hidden melody” rounds Face the Music
Chansons de ____ are medieval verse romances about heroic deeds GESTE
Dan Brown’s fourth novel about Robert Langdon, which starts in Florence INFERNO
David ____ won the 400m hurdles at the 1968 Olympics hemery
Device accumulating electric charge on a hollow metal globe Van de Graaff generator
Device that can be used to record a cycle ride Helmet cam
Euphemism used in Monty Python’s “How to recognize different parts of the body” sketch naughty bits
Full of excitement and enthusiasm about something new ABUBBLE
GT stands for the Italian phrase “gran ____” TURISMO
Having a pH value less than seven ACIDIC
Helen ____ played Catriona in Absolutely Fabulous LEDERER
In 1941, artist Roland Penrose wrote the ____ Manual of Camouflage Home Guard
India’s Border Security Force ____ Band is the world’s first military band of its kind CAMEL
Indicating pain or a requirement crying out
Informal description of goods awaiting a decision to buy or return on appro
Isabella Linton’s brother in Wuthering Heights EDGAR
Jacob ____’s sculptures include St Michael’s Victory over the Devil, on the east wall of Coventry Cathedral EPSTEIN
Mammals with continuously growing incisors RODENTS
Margot Fonteyn’s best-known partner was Rudolf ____ NUREYEV
Polish-born pianist Artur ____’s last concert was at the Wigmore Hall in 1976 RUBINSTEIN
Product providing a steady flow of income cash cow
Sailing vessel with only its foremast square-rigged (spelling with only one A) barquentine
Sinclair Lewis novel satirising evangelism, filmed in 1960 Elmer Gantry
Something achieving a desired result ____ does the business
Sport with 15 players on each side and H-shaped goalposts HURLING
The best-selling studio album of 1974 in the UK, by Paul McCartney and Wings; a description of an active Fanfara dei Bersaglieri ensemble in the Italian army band on the Run
The dangling extension of the soft palate UVULA
The end of Leonard Sachs’s introduction to the final chorus of The Old Bull and Bush in The Good Old Days but chiefly yourselves
The heel of Italy’s “boot” APULIA
The mounts of the Band of the Royal Netherlands Army Mounted Regiments BICYCLES
The River Rothay links Grasmere and ____ Water RYDAL
To pass through a membrane or porous barrier OSMOSE
Union territory between Harayana and Uttar Pradesh DELHI
US informal name for a large office divided into sections for individual workers cube farm
What Italians call a “ferrovia” RAILWAY
World of Sport anchorman, 1968-85 Dickie Davies
____ replaced Sitka as Alaska’s capital in 1906 JUNEAU
____ starred with David Niven in Please Don’t Eat the Daisies Doris Day