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The Times – Specialist – Sunday Times GK Jumbo No 099 March 4 2018

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The Times – Specialist – Sunday Times GK Jumbo No 099

Clues Answers
1984 film about guerrilla warfare, starring Patrick Swayze Red Dawn
2-amino-4-methylpentanoic acid, an essential diet protein LEUCINE
99 of these constituted a 1984 UK hit for Nena Red Balloons
A hooded coat, of a kind originally used in the Arctic ANORAK
A requirement demanded as part of an agreement STIPULATION
A rocky peak TOR
Actress who won a best actress Oscar for Annie Hall Diane Keaton
Alan Carr, in the title of his 2009-2016 TV show Chatty Man
Another name for swede RUTABAGA
Any cavity in an organ or tissue, often one near the nose SINUS
Bespectacled Pakistani batsman, the first to score three consecutive ODI centuries Zaheer Abbas
British Army soldier such as a lance corporal or sergeant NCO
British name for a quadrilateral with no parallel sides TRAPEZOID
Capital city of the Nato phonetic alphabet LIMA
Capital of Kansas TOPEKA
Chief financial officer of an early Roman Empire province PROCURATOR
Comedian, the comic foil to her husband George Burns Gracie Allen
Driver who won the Formula One World Championship in 1988, 1990, and 1991 Ayrton Senna
Forename of Herr Flick in the sitcom ’Allo ’Allo! OTTO
Formerly Haddingtonshire, area which contains the town of Musselburgh east lothian
German-born American theologian, author of Systematic Theology Paul Tillich
German-Jewish family, prominent in European banking since the 18th century OPPENHEIM
Hawaiian dish made by mashing taro corms POI
Hazel ____, Labour Party chair before Harriet Harman BLEARS
Jack Judge music hall song, allegedly written as a five-shilling bet It’s a Long Way to Tipperary
Jacob Marley’s profession in A Christmas Carol ACCOUNTANT
Lintel of a door or window TRANSOM
Low upholstered seat, often also serving as a chest OTTOMAN
Mountain range running from Italy to Albania Dinaric Alps
Multi-event cycling competition, currently of six events OMNIUM
Clues Answers
Musketeer captain who served under Louis XIV D’Artagnan
Obstructions in blood vessels EMBOLI
Of a horse, white with patches of another colour (except black) SKEWBALD
Oklahoma city, the “Oil Capital of the World” TULSA
One of two Muppets characters named after New York hotels WALDORF
Satirical Jacobean comedy by Thomas Middleton A Chaste Maid in Cheapside
Sect of Judaism portrayed as self-righteous in the New Testament PHARISEES
Seventh sign of the zodiac LIBRA
Short jacket worn by men in Spain and women elsewhere BOLERO
Silly ____ is the legside fielder closest to the bowler mid-on
Sir Basil Henry ____ supported German rearmament after the Second World War Liddell Hart
Small craft which ferries items for sale to a moored or anchored ship BUMBOAT
Spanish first name, ultimately derived from a name for James, son of Zebedee DIEGO
Spike of tiny flowers on a fleshy stem SPADIX
Sport which features back pockets and rovers Australian rules football
The application, by a wind instrument player, of their lips and other parts of the mouth EMBOUCHURE
The European bison WISENT
The last gaming console manufactured by Sega dreamcast
The only planet in the solar system with a density less than that of water SATURN
The Red Sea is an inlet of this body of water indian ocean
The world’s most populous landlocked country ETHIOPIA
The ____, 1974 Broadway musical, later filmed, based on the popular tale of Dorothy WIZ
Thomas ____ was Archbishop of Canterbury 1533-1555 and edited the Book of Common Prayer CRANMER
Title of three English sovereigns, reigning 1189-99, 1377-99, and 1483-85 King Richard
To sell a property and buy a more expensive one trade up
Tour de France winner in 1986, 1989, and 1990 Greg LeMond
Until 1967, the UK body which proposed changes in taxation to government Committee of Ways and Means
US singer who had a No 2 UK hit in 1991 with Baby Baby Amy Grant
West Indian criminal gang member YARDIE
____ Frazer, one-time love interest of Nathan Drake in the Uncharted video games CHLOE