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The Times – Specialist – Sunday Times GK Jumbo No 376 June 25 2023 Crossword

The Times – Specialist – Sunday Times GK Jumbo No 376
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“Everyone should be able to do one card trick, tell two jokes, and ____ three poems, in case they are ever trapped in an elevator” (Lemony Snicket) RECITE
“Nothing of him that doth fade / But doth suffer ____ / Into something rich and strange” (Shakespeare) a sea change
1971 Carole King album that features It’s Too Late TAPESTRY
Actor who played a backwards-aging man in the 2008 film The Curious Case of Benjamin Button Brad Pitt
Actress who played the cook Julia Child in a 2009 film Meryl Streep
Amphibians such as hellbenders and mud puppies SALAMANDERS
Animal often used as a symbol of Russia BEAR
Big Ben ____ is a replica clocktower in a former British Empire territory ADEN
British foodstuff with a crimped edge, and protected geographical indication status since 2011 cornish pasty
Capital city of Sierra Leone FREETOWN
Card game, gold coin or fictional pig NAPOLEON
Chains may matter in the work of these professionals estate agents
Christian service celebrating the nativity of Jesus midnight mass
Cleaning product, football team or hero in Greek myth AJAX
Dance music act who released Rhythm is a Dancer in 1992 SNAP
Design house that makes Kelly and Birkin bags HERMES
Every match in the first (football) World Cup took place in this city MONTEVIDEO
French existentialist who said that hell is other people jean-paul sartre
Gaseous layer above the mesopause THERMOSPHERE
Green and white-shirted Scottish football team CELTIC
In Anglican churches, this is often Ancient and Modern or New English HYMNAL
In children’s fiction, Professor Digory Kirke’s most significant piece of furniture WARDROBE
In medicine, a small hammer used to test reflexes PLEXOR
In old slang, a police officer BLUEBOTTLE
In pre-Imperial English measurement units, half a cubit SPAN
Informally, to adapt or embellish (something) ostentatiously PIMP
Irvine Welsh novel featuring the character Spud TRAINSPOTTING
Kind of exercise popularised by Jane Fonda in the 1980s AEROBICS
Lamellophone which is heard at the beginning of the Who song Join Together Jew’s-harp
Location of a battle between God and kings of the earth in Revelation ARMAGEDDON
Margaret Atwood novel about the real-life 1843 murders of Thomas Kinnear and Nancy Montgomery Alias Grace
Medium-hard cheese, often with large holes, originally made in Switzerland EMMENTAL
Millie Bobby Brown’s Stranger Things character ELEVEN
New wave band whose breakthrough album was Rio in 1982 Duran Duran
Nine ____s pass through each of your carpal tunnels TENDON
Pop-rap act who released Where is the Love? in 2003 black eyed peas
Raspy-voiced singer who had a 1999 hit with I Try Macy Gray
Religion with elements from Protestant Christianity and pan-African political consciousness RASTAFARIANISM
Short distance named after a Swedish physicist ANGSTROM
Social science of human relationships and culture ANTHROPOLOGY
Sportsman with the nickname Fed-ex Roger Federer
Squat marsupial which produces cube-shaped dung WOMBAT
The day after Mardi Gras ash wednesday
The first Ford model with this name was a version of the 1950s Squire estate car ESCORT
The oldest (national) capital city in the world DAMASCUS
This Italian liqueur can be made with apricot stones AMARETTO
Type of painting such as Michelangelo’s The Last Judgement FRESCO
____ won a Bafta and Oscar for Howard’s End in 1992 Emma Thompson


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