Irish Times (Crosaire)
What one of those types on The Wire won't want to do in declineType of match for all sides todayTransfer art out to place in WexfordTom Sawyer won't take Metros, of courseThe smooth flowing manner of architect on the fringes in the building game?
''What some doctors are capable of around hospital is wrong'' - the riddler of oldDrunks consuming port with his specious old teachersA lot dumped by intolerant apprenticeThose drunk at The Bar? Judges!Have one's heart set on responsively releasing spoilers
___ Dingbats (picture-based font)Words directly before 'Radio' or 'Media'Transmission repair company with a 'beep beep' in its adsTwelfth zodiacal signTrait of trashy talking, perhaps
Weasel out (on)It may be tossed after a weddingGrande' Arizona attractionItalian or Swiss summit'Baudolino' author Umberto
LA Times Crossword
Yale founder YaleWith 92-Across, energetic New Englanders filch furry fledgling felines?With 66-Across, public park patrollers faced feathered facsimiles?With 32-Across, stately sailors fearlessly face full-bodied fish?Williams of "Happy Days"
The Guardian Cryptic Crossword
Where British hikers might go wild in a wood, then race over mountain into 22's quarry?Wheels turn for authorWhale swallowing old boatVessel like that burning midnight oil, dash of paraffin thrown inTrack source on the telephone?
Loud user of tongue in a flashPolitician leading one party shows capacity for itFor big business leaders, change management's losing menLots of people, 8 being the 25th of them?Rolling Stone caught by Mr Big? Very!
The Guardian Quick Crossword
Small opening in the skinSlogan advocating cautionReject disdainfullyPrime minister who made 16 Empress of IndiaPlane(s)
Old in ScotlandThomas More's 1516 book about life on an imaginary islandPerson playing aloneIt's offensively uglyNut-like horse chestnut seed
The Guardian Quiptic Crossword
Twain boy most upset by solicitor dropping lineTransmit clue hidden inside for a small feeTease performing in Somerset townSwitches new ingredient for drinksSouth Americans occupying flat in Osaka
Busy wearing a ring?Criminal copper inflamed about press releaseCalling nurse to inject drugDied ignoredExtremely hot day finds recorder in church? On the contrary!
The Guardian Weekend Crossword
__ McEntire, country singer__ MacArthur, yachtswoman__ House, Edward Gorey's home in Cape Cod, Massachusetts__ Grey, Lady Merton, character in Downton Abbey played by Penelope Wilton__ Fugard, South African playwright whose works include The Island
Chocolate wafer bar owned by NestleMuseum in St Petersburg__ 13, where Wordsworth experienced a beauteous evening, calm and free?Lord Capulet's unseen niece in Romeo and JulietTartt's _finch, Fleming's _finger?
The New Yorker Crossword
Work for Pixar, perhapsTitular portal in a sci-fi showTime-saving abbr. for a bibliographerTerm for "assistant foreman" supposedly coined by farm workersTake responsibility for
"There are no words"Indigenous Alaskan"A Subtlety, or the Marvelous Sugar Baby" artistLow-budget, naturalistic, predominantly white American film genreZoroastrian priest
The Sun Coffee Time Crossword
British monarch keeps painting in cashless dealHoly textSomething chewed includes celebrity sauceCharlie making noise in storage areaIn Netherlands notice American tennis star
The Sun Two Speed Crossword
To Royal Navy trouble is whirlwindThree bridge players in silly feminine attireTailor takes a day with fittingSong with spirit causes harmSome approached in pain
Decide man returns winter coatForsaking alcoholChange initially tight spending planPressure in attack that's speedyCue
The Telegraph Cryptic Crossword
Writer of a hot novel about upper-class RomeoWorld famine beginning to be ignoredVisiting Hull's outskirts, books European place to stayVery simple task comedian will read outVain character from top firm about to be employed
Fail to back up lease, depressedThe lady with a fine bundle of papersVery anxious, seeing cut in wagesClean funny comedian with talent forgetting lineA tin hat I designed for islander
The Telegraph Toughie Crossword
Witty lines from church worker pruned by hackWhat's left side when cycling into Champs Elysees?Unknown tucks in regularly on promo for this beanTravellers loaded black box below particular articleThree lines husband put on road margins finally to park Daihatsu
Standing stone American tours regularlyPart of Sgt Pepper uniform beginning to excite McCartney imitator?Press guy feeds daily line on popular comedy starUnknown tucks in regularly on promo for this beanMark on prosthesis
The Times Cryptic Crossword
Young attendant, quiet and matureWoollies turned up on large romantic coupleWill sever nuts to provide revolving part?Vulgar Yankee old boy found by mistakeTop military officers thought of as bold?
Indiscreet, interminably rude and sick at heartNothing put together can be practicalSecure like you and me, taking flight with him?Letters to acquire at cricket groundSomething appetising from pig or horse?
The Times Specialist Crossword
____, Ohio was the "Rubber Capital of the World" in the 20th centuryWatford and England goalkeeper who has made the most saves in Premier League historyThe ____ whale is the third-largest rorqual speciesThe tree normally called ____ in the UK is Acer campestreThe rank and file of, for example, voters
Riyadh is this country's capitalIn card play, an attempt to take a trick with a possible rather than definite winner, hoping to gain an extra trickTo whom Bob Mortimer's Train Guy talks in YouTube skitsMarmalade-loving creation of Michael BondA colourless orange-flavoured liqueur
The Washington Post Sunday
Writing implement designed to work in zero-gravity environmentsWiretap a phone conversation, sayWhere many parties to a summit come fromWhen you might take a coffee breakWhat the thumb, index finger and middle finger represent, in Germany
Tended to, as flowersApt rhyme of 'jaw'Greek symbol for the density parameter in cosmological physicsOxygen administrator, for short'I was not ladylike, nor was I ___ ... There were so many different ways to be a beauty': Jonathan, in 'A Home at the End of the World'
The Washington Post Sunday Crossword
___ scale (measure of mineral hardness)___ Jerry ('In the Summertime' band)___ Club (Walmart subsidiary)___ Carnahan (Rachel Weisz's role in 'The Mummy')[Your lap is nice and cozy, human]
Food brand named for two neighboring statesObsequious employeeSubject of an early 2000s collapse'___ of Your World' (song from 'The Little Mermaid')'Failing that ...'
Yo-Yo Ma's instrumentWords of self-pityWith 52-Across, common end for a riddleWhat supposedly surrounds AtlantisWater meter reading
R.N.'s work areaRubber rollerTime for a colorful parade (4 to 7)Word before space or sleepBaseball or baseball card transaction