The Times Specialist Crossword

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____, Ohio was the “Rubber Capital of the World” in the 20th century 0
Watford and England goalkeeper who has made the most saves in Premier League history 0
The ____ whale is the third-largest rorqual species 0
The tree normally called ____ in the UK is Acer campestre 0
The rank and file of, for example, voters 0
The content of a German’s wallet between 1924 and 1948 0
The act of registering one’s presence as an air passenger 0
That which, according to Nietzsche, stares back at you if stare a long time into it 0
Tasmania’s former name 0
Singer who duetted with George Michael on their hit I Knew You Were Waiting (For Me) 0
Republican politician who lost to Barack Obama in 2008 0
Pseudonym indicator which is typically abbreviated 0
Plant whose leaves are chewed as a mild stimulant in Asia 0
Ouagadougou is this country’s capital 0
Of ice, to become a berg 0
Multinational retailer whose first shop opened in Barnet in 1931 0
Mineral material from which a metal can be extracted 0
Keats poem which begins “Thou still unravish’d bride of quietness” 0
Jules Verne character, also known as Prince Dakkar 0
Johnnie Johnson was a well-known flying ____ in the Second World War 0
Insect sometimes used by US forensics teams to determine time of death 0
Icelandic volcano which was dormant for 6,000 years before erupting on March 19, 2021 0
Fragrant oil of the damask rose 0
Former US sitcom starring stand-up comedian Ray Romano 0
English-Australian actor who played Felicia Jollygoodfellow in The Adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert 0
Early general-purpose computer designed by Charles Babbage 0
Dorset resort town to the west of Bournemouth 0
DC Comics character originally called Lazarus Lane 0
Cruiser bicycle, introduced in 1981, which lost popularity with the introduction of mountain bikes 0
Composer Pietro ____’s best-known work is the opera Cavalleria Rusticana 0
Canadian boxer who won super-heavyweight gold at the 1988 Olympic Games 0
Board used in conjunction with a planchette 0
Author of the first English translation of Boccacio, and the first comprehensive Italian-English dictionary 0
Author of Little Lord Fauntleroy 0
Another name for cash dispensers 0
Animated cartoon rooster who woos Miss Prissy 0
An old name for a docile horse, often ridden by women 0
Among other things (Latin) 0
A piebald horse or a type of bean 0
A major role of one type of sub 0
A heavy pole used in a sporting event 0
A display of images representing a film plot 0
A “dance” which is effectively a sporting contest 0
“The ____ is a courtly quean, / Whom, therefore, I will shun” (Thomas Hood) 0
“Roger ____” is apparently incorrect in radio communication, as ____ implies “Roger” 0
“It is a fault that springeth from your ____” (The Comedy of Errors) 0
“Even in laughter, the heart is ____” (Proverbs xiv, 13) 0
____’s “The man who …” cartoons featured overreactions to minor social gaffes 0
____ played surgeon Frederick Treves in The Elephant Man 0
Words from which later words are derived 0