The Times Specialist Crossword

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____’s Rube Goldbergian contraptions usually failed to catch the Road Runner 0 0%
To perform an act of servile respect 0 0%
To look ____ means to stare angrily at someone 0 0%
Third chronological instalments of films, books etc 0 0%
The work of a compositor 0 0%
The time between spring equinoxes 0 0%
The Morris ____ was the successor to the Marina 0 0%
South African region where a gold rush followed the discovery of its main reef in 1886 0 0%
Rubber and starch are examples of this kind of substance 0 0%
Physical feature forming much of the boundary between Europe and Asia 0 0%
Online abbreviation referring to offline interaction 0 0%
One who adopts an affected manner to impress others 0 0%
Midlands castle; a Walter Scott novel featuring Elizabeth I 0 0%
Marinated beef dish which, despite its name, is of American origin 0 0%
Lithuania, to a Lithuanian 0 0%
Like his Messiah, this Handel oratorio has a text from bible passages and no named characters 0 0%
Jointed dummies used by artists 0 0%
John Galsworthy’s best-known books 0 0%
Ionised liquid typically used in batteries 0 0%
Informally, megapodes, Australasian birds which incubate their eggs in piles of decaying vegetation 0 0%
In Hinduism, a male religious teacher 0 0%
In Anglo-Saxon times, a domestic slave 0 0%
Hock is sometimes called ____ wine 0 0%
Germany’s armed forces 0 0%
Former province which contained 29 Across 0 0%
Format used in the Cricket World Cup 0 0%
Formally or humorously, to kiss 0 0%
FACE or “All cows eat grass” as used in musical education, for example 0 0%
Essex town, home to TOWIE locations like the Sugar Hut 0 0%
Eastenders character played by Perry Fenwick since 1998 0 0%
Colloquially, the shedding of tears 0 0%
Coastal region of California, and Jack Kerouac’s sequel to On the Road 0 0%
City in which Starbucks was founded 0 0%
Cartoon cat with the catchphrase “Sufferin’ succotash!” 0 0%
Cake for which kirschwasser is a required ingredient in Germany 0 0%
Butterfly, once common in the UK, in decline due to loss of heathland 0 0%
Bellini’s last opera, set during the English Civil War 0 0%
Austria’s second largest city, sometimes symbolised by its Uhrturm (clock tower) 0 0%
Although he played no games, ____ was the only Liverpool player in England’s 1970 World Cup squad 0 0%
Actress who starred with Al Pacino in Sea of Love 0 0%
Actress who played Dolores Umbridge in two Harry Potter films 0 0%
Abstract painting style popular in the 1960s 0 0%
A ____ printer uses droplets of heated ink 0 0%
A scholar of religion 0 0%
A candidate as a practical nuclear fusion reactor, named from a Russian acronym for “toroidal magnetic chamber” 0 0%
1987 single by Sinitta, her first collaboration with Stock Aitken Waterman 0 0%
“The lassie I love best” in a Robert Burns poem 0 0%
“Live and die in Aristotle’s works” is a line from this Marlowe play 0 0%
____ wrote the TV series Trinity Tales, about a rugby league pilgrimage, including characters like the Wife of Batley 0 0%
____ Place in Higham, Kent, was Dickens’s last home 0 0%