The Times Specialist Crossword

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____ played Ilsa Lund opposite Humphrey Bogart in Casablanca 0
____ moss is an edible “red” seaweed, common on Irish shores 0
World-weariness (adopted from German) 0
With a peak speed around 25 mph, the common ____ is the slowest antelope 0
Will-o’-the-wisp 0
Washing machines which were popular in the 1960s 0
Wartime slogan encouraging home-grown food 0
The town called Caerfyrddin in Welsh 0
The peninsula occupied by Norway and Sweden 0
The time in June when 15A was believed to be most likely to appear 0
The optic nerve emerges from this part of the midbrain 0
The longest river in the British Isles 0
The Lion King characters Timon and Pumbaa are a ____ and warthog 0
The denial of a doctrine or belief 0
The language spoken by Jesus Christ 0
Temporary cessations of activity 0
Stage name of US singer and civil rights activist Eunice Waymon 0
Segment of an insect’s body which bears the forewings 0
Sitcom which starred Windsor Davies and Donald Sinden as rival antique dealers 0
Riyadh is this country’s capital 0
Region variously defined but always including Norfolk and Suffolk 0
Partially dries (cloth) with a twisting motion 0
Racing driver “outed” as Top Gear’s The Stig in 2010 0
Panegyrics 0
One skilled at telling anecdotes 0
Of a computer, vulnerable to intrusion 0
Legal wrong often remedied by an action for damages 0
In Greek mythology, a sea-goddess, the mother of Achilles 0
Irish novelist who said that she “rebelled against the coercive and stifling religion into which I was born and bred” 0
Illicit liquor (variant spelling) 0
Hollow where nerves and blood vessels enter and leave an organ such as the kidney 0
First British chef awarded three Michelin stars, in 1994 0
From Europe south of the Pyrenees 0
Examples of ____ architecture include the Temple of Kukulkan at Chichen Itza 0
Dutch darts player, No 1 in the PDC world rankings for seven years until January 3 0
Detective created by Colin Dexter 0
Colloquially, an obsessive fan of a celebrity, from a 2000 song by Eminem 0
Databases of configuration settings in computer operating systems 0
Bones, to an anatomist 0
Bette Midler’s 1972 debut album 0
Australia’s prime minister for more than 18 years between 1939 and 1966 0
Astringent compound in red wine 0
As a suffix, having a particular height 0
Argentinian footballer awarded the Ballon d’Or a record six times 0
A tree knot 0
Actor whose roles include Bilbo Baggins in The Lord of the Rings 0
A process of preparing for physical exertion 0
A “missing link” 0
They Shoot Horses, Don’t They? was a 1977 hit for ____ 0
____ at coastguard stations may warn of high winds 0