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2-December-2018 | Page 1 of 1 | Daily Crossword Puzzle Answers | Clues & Answers

  1. Book identification code, with 13 digits since 2007
  2. Repair what is left, implanting gold
  3. Agony aunt whose autobiography was titled How Did I Get Here from There?
  4. Jane Austen novel set in the fictional village of Highbury
  5. Hairstyle? Sir needs a bit removed from the middle
  6. Tropical tree or the orange food dye derived from it
  7. One having freedom from recrimination, little devil getting off
  8. 1981 film about a paralysed sculptor, adapted from a TV drama and stage play by Brian Clark
  9. City in Florida's Greater Orlando area
  10. Men do not get drunk in North American city
  11. One who provokes others to anger
  12. Largest city in France's Moselle department
  13. Athlete whose winning heptathlon score at the 1988 Olympics is still the world record
  14. Farmer's annoyance after grain is minimal
  15. Wood also known as "African teak”
  16. Vessels collide briefly — engineers brought aboard
  17. Male chicken fattened for eating
  18. Latin-based name for rock fragments ejected from a volcano, between volcanic bombs and volcanic ash in size
  19. Mathematical function, doubly special, conveys a nice feeling
  20. The final studio album by the Beatles
  21. Plant suffering around outermost part
  22. Title given to a Muslim fighter against infidels
  23. 1990 action film starring Jean-Claude van Damme as a legionnaire
  24. "An appeaser is one who feeds a crocodile, ____” (Winston Churchill)
  25. This writer's teaching qualification is seen as fix
  26. A pig's ____ is the source of pork chops
  27. Uncle with no teeth, sloppy diner
  28. Director of films including Life of Pi and Brokeback Mountain
  29. Line behind which a darts player stands
  30. Machine often used to clean the exterior of stone buildings
  31. Bigwig entertaining children may limit possibility of seeing adult material
  32. Racing driver known as The Stig on Top Gear
  33. Greek character undermining the Spanish ambassador
  34. Former Russian gymnast with seven floor, beam, and vault skills named after her
  35. "The smiles of love adorn, — / ____ / Makes countless thousands mourn!” (Robert Burns)
  36. Sound of lass making rough noise
  37. Eponymous time-traveller, played by Geoffrey Bayldon in a 1970s children's TV series
  38. Dweller in hot zone, possibly Indian, catching cold
  39. The trumpet major of Thomas Hardy's novel
  40. Importance of life in lawn area that's been cut
  41. Presenter of ITV's The Big Fight Live, 1984-2010
  42. The Swedish version of mulled wine
  43. A feudal superior's right to leave estate
  44. Disrespectful narrative — some of it near the bone
  45. Latin legal term for trespass with force and violence
  46. Passage of Islamic writing rejecting extreme members
  47. Exempt from payment
  48. Opinion expressed in interviews with members of the public
  49. A pithy expression said to create commotion
  50. Poetry collection by Arthur Rimbaud, and a Benjamin Britten song cycle setting parts of it
  51. Pole's getting nothing in a strange land
  52. Fluid-carrying tube in a plant or animal
  53. Old-fashioned term for left-handedness
  54. Limb problem, mild and easy to put right
  55. To soften or smooth
  56. Beloved from Scotland, burning with inner energy
  57. Former German figure skater, a judge in one series of Dancing on Ice
  58. "Love and ____ are the best sweeteners of tea” (Henry Fielding)
  59. Geological stage poses dangers — rock finally crumbles away
  60. ____ beat Serena Williams in the 2018 Wimbledon women's singles final
  61. One of the two vegetables used to make vichyssoise
  62. (Attempted) reconciliation between different religions or philosophies
  63. Rock includes old musical instrument
  64. The current 10 Down for Defence
  65. Protection against many a wild animal, a zebra possibly?
  66. What a judge does before the jury retires
  67. A sleeveless pullover
  68. Title given to a cabinet minister in charge of a department
  69. Keep walking, making wrong movement through water
  70. Piedmont province noted for its sparkling wine
  71. Old group of animals comes to a tarn to be refreshed
  72. A plain cotton cloth
  73. Weeds with yellow flowers, milky juice and edible leaves
  74. "Thousands have lived without love, not one without ____” (W H Auden)
  75. Firm supports pirates?
  76. Cannabis sativa
  77. Modify notice, adding a short point
  78. James single which, in three different versions, charted in 1989, 1991, and 1998
  79. The first of Ian Fleming's James Bond novels
  80. A word for a large boat from the Mediterranean, apparently not related to a famous boat of Greek myth
  81. Old Testament book about an attempt to exterminate the Jewish nation
  82. Artistic fabric not unknown in arrangements
  83. Final word in the text of Puccini's La Bohème
  84. An upsetting blemish in one form of motor racing
  85. Computer file extension for programs rather than data
  86. Princess wearing material that's clean again?
  87. Charles ____ created the cartoon strip Peanuts
  88. One paper with a new retro-looking script
  89. Turn into vinegar
  90. Climber taking a path ere collapsing
  91. The muse of epic poetry
  92. Feast day held on November 1
  93. Certain trees — a number falling over in very high winds
  94. Cruel person had for a time a pugilistic style