Category: The Times – Specialist 26 November 2017
“For the love of ____” is the correct version of a common quotation ...
Since 2013, nationality of Tina Turner
A line on a map joining places of equal temperature
The “three baskets” of Buddhist scripture
According to the King James Bible, the patriarch ____ did not die but was &ldquo...
Chief Inspector Roderick ____ appears in all the detective novels of Ngaio Marsh
US state with “Famous Potatoes” on its licence plates
Having an intestine separate from the body’s outer wall
____ Reader is free software used for displaying PDF files
London’s Parliament Hill is a popular location for ____
“… if we desire to secure peace, […] it must be known that w...
One who denies or opposes
A drinking vessel often used as a sporting trophy
Spanish director Pedro ____’s first film to gain international attention w...
A semisolid lump
To speak proudly about
British city with a real rather than fictional Albert Square
Event such as Red Nose Day or Children in Need
Worldwide discussion group set up in 1980, with groups including rec.puzzles.cro...
Incentives to join companies
Nation where 1,000 baizas make a rial
1949 film with nine roles played by Alec Guinness
Skimble-scamble, all of a ramble
A mineral like limestone, and a Triumph car of the 1970s
The poet Federico Garcia ____ was killed by Nationalist forces at the beginning ...
Beatles song by John Lennon, about his mother
Country house and deer park near Sevenoaks
Very small and greatly reduced copy of text or an image
Having, or seeming to have, windows or similar features
Make an optimistic (or possibly pessimistic) guess
“And over the ____s […] that were in the low plain was Baal-hanan t...
Rosa ____ is possibly the most famous bus passenger in history
A figure of early Christianity, sometimes identified as the son of Alphaeus
Star Wars character who is 900 years old when he dies
A simple six-holed woodwind instrument
Two people are ____ when directly facing each other to fight or argue
British surgeon who pioneered the use of carbolic acid as an antiseptic
Garden plant introduced to Europe from China in the early 19th century
____ may be monozygotic or dizygotic
Legume used to make tofu and tempeh
Norman and Sir are the main characters in this Ronald Harwood play
Someone who knowingly helps someone who has committed an arrestable offence
1986 BBC TV series (later a book) in which Beryl Bainbridge looked at the lives ...
A pair of one-act plays by Terence Rattigan, both set in the same Bournemouth ho...
The state song of Connecticut
Britain’s longest ____ crosses the Humber
Czech Republic’s second-largest city, and Moravia’s largest
Where livestock are kept while being fattened for market
In East Anglia, strong beer; more generally, a drink containing beaten egg
Mollie ____ played Mrs Slocombe in Are You Being Served?