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  1. 1.Reserved
  2. 2.Repast
  3. 3.Architectural rain spout carving
  4. 4.On the wing
  5. 5.Cut back
  6. 6.Round of applause
  7. 7.Confidence trick
  8. 8.Unorthodox
  9. 9.Exclude
  10. 10.Tremendous
  11. 11.Less than posh
  12. 12.Unruly crowd
  13. 13.Beast of burden
  14. 14.Cunning
  15. 15.Spoken
  16. 16.Regretful
  17. 17.Alfresco meal
  18. 18.Tell a story
  19. 19.First principle
  20. 20.Laggard
  21. 21.Denominator
  22. 22.Release
  23. 23.When push comes to shove
  24. 24.Metallic element No 76
  25. 25.Mythical sea creature
  26. 26.Collection of undesirables
  27. 27.Short-lived
  28. 28.Angel
  29. 29.Grandiloquence
  30. 30.Front of a saddle
  31. 31.Comfort
  32. 32.Foundation for belief
  33. 33.Upgrade, increase
  34. 34.Resumption
  35. 35.Sudden terror
  36. 36.Draw forth
  37. 37.Put together
  38. 38.Chance
  39. 39.Mistake
  40. 40.Pious platitudes
  41. 41.Depressed
  42. 42.Defect
  43. 43.Hang out with
  44. 44.Japanese warrior
  45. 45.Forerunner
  46. 46.Maze
  47. 47.Gangster
  48. 48.Book of the Old Testament
  49. 49.Variety of ground spice
  50. 50.Of few words
  51. 51.Hidden
  52. 52.University grounds
  53. 53.Auspices
  54. 54.Steer, guide
  55. 55.Cast aspersions upom
  56. 56.Miscellany
  57. 57.Shortly
  58. 58.Exercise
  59. 59.Reminder
  60. 60.Bell tower
  61. 61.Indecorum
  62. 62.Unworthy
  63. 63.Sum
  64. 64.Rabies; aversion to water
  65. 65.Slander
  66. 66.Carry on
  67. 67.Speculator
  68. 68.Fan the fire
  69. 69.Keep out of sight
  70. 70.Compass
  71. 71.Exceed, surpass
  72. 72.Small flute
  73. 73.Lie spread out
  74. 74.Declare null and void
  75. 75.Ghoulish
  76. 76.Irish police
  77. 77.Low-alcohol drink
  78. 78.Hurly-burly
  79. 79.Separate, eg, a spacecraft from a space station
  80. 80.Asias longest river
  81. 81.Devil: two
  82. 82.Map within a map
  83. 83.Picturesque section of the Italian littoral
  84. 84.- - man: Jack of all trades
  85. 85.Part of the RC Mass
  86. 86.Deep-toned xylophone of African origin
  87. 87.Pieces of Roman coinage
  88. 88.Aids; supports
  89. 89.Admire; venerate
  90. 90.Cringe
  91. 91.Epithet for Association Football, The...etc
  92. 92.Henry ---, US-born British novelist (1843-1916)
  93. 93.Extreme: extremist!
  94. 94.Ascetic Muslim monk or fakir
  95. 95.Go back; withdraw
  96. 96.Israeli parliament
  97. 97.Book used for setting out church services
  98. 98.Upright portion of a step or stair
  99. 99.A taker? (anag)
  100. 100.Out of bed very early in the morning
  101. 101.Eagles nest
  102. 102.Loan shark
  103. 103.---- Chopin, Polish composer in France
  104. 104.Eg, incest? (anag)
  105. 105.Polished; suave
  106. 106.Frighten; scare
  107. 107.Jane Austen novel (1816)
  108. 108.Shrewish woman
  109. 109.Debated; argued
  110. 110.Accept the unpleasant consequences of ones actions
  111. 111.Robert --, British prime minister, 1834-5; 1841-6
  112. 112.Indonesian holiday resort island
  113. 113.Abel --, Dutch discoverer of New Zealand
  114. 114.Demand concessions by threat
  115. 115.Desk: office
  116. 116.Imaginary belt in the heavens
  117. 117.Industrial work table: flat surface of a printing press
  118. 118.Be slack-jawed; ogle
  119. 119.Collectively, the Inner and Outer Hebrides
  120. 120.Well-read; educated
  121. 121.Deadlock; situation that seems insoluble
  122. 122.First king to unite the Franks in 509
  123. 123.Guiding (someone) as a mentor
  124. 124.Fleet of (small) craft
  125. 125.Means of restarting play in rugby
  126. 126.Russian buckwheat pancake
  127. 127.Strait of --- separates Sicily from mainland Italy
  128. 128.Understanding; learning
  129. 129.Patron saint of Norway (variant spelling)
  130. 130.Intensify; step up
  131. 131.Bird known for its large colourful bill
  132. 132.Get inch? (anag)
  133. 133.Indian dish made of legumes, mainly lentils
  134. 134.Verdi opera (1870)
  135. 135.Narrow footway over a stage
  136. 136.Ulster county
  137. 137.Legislate: carry out
  138. 138.Apparition; phantom
  139. 139.Paper version of something created electronically
  140. 140.Mosquito-transmitted disease
  141. 141.Look after the shop
  142. 142.Irregular; unusual
  143. 143.Put down
  144. 144.Vinegarish
  145. 145.Place of wickedness: gambling joint
  146. 146.Wrestling hold
  147. 147.Hand tool for grinding spices in a mortar
  148. 148.Greek goddess of youth and spring
  149. 149.Frown; stare angrily
  150. 150.Personal magnetism
  151. 151.Little people; tall people! (Tolkien)
  152. 152.Vegetable, an emblem of Wales
  153. 153.Field event in Athletics
  154. 154.Fine: dead ball situation in football, rugby, etc
  155. 155.University administrator: cleric
  156. 156.Fiancee
  157. 157.Trite; humdrum
  158. 158.Exclamation of surprise or shock
  159. 159.Stagger this way and that
  160. 160.Offensive to ones sight or other senses
  161. 161.Resident; inhabitant
  162. 162.One prejudiced and intolerant of differing views
  163. 163.Dethrone
  164. 164.Logically valid: came to a conclusion
  165. 165.Place of pain and turmoil
  166. 166.Wind monitor in which Force 8 is a gale
  167. 167.Ionic sin? (anag)
  168. 168.Dethrone; take forcibly
  169. 169.Sacred music piece featuring voice(s) and orchestra
  170. 170.Burgundian city of gourmands: mustard
  171. 171.Combustible heap used in certain funerals
  172. 172.End of the line; railhead
  173. 173.Branch; spin-off
  174. 174.Feelings of allegiance; fidelity
  175. 175.Measure of someones weight in relation to height
  176. 176.Come into view; hover
  177. 177.Genuflects, from the old Chinese; bows and scrapes
  178. 178.Irish river, historic battle scene of 1690
  179. 179.Caledonian lake, often open to the sea
  180. 180.Sharply disagreeable; offensively irritating
  181. 181.Imply; suggest
  182. 182.Make oneself visible; step up and take action
  183. 183.Aldous Huxleys vision of a future dystopian society (1932)
  184. 184.The ---, nickname given the London Bridge Tower
  185. 185.The Venerable --, the foremost Anglo-Saxon scholar (673-735)
  186. 186.Deceive; swindle
  187. 187.Affectation; self-love
  188. 188.Divisions; dissenting cliques
  189. 189.Outlaw; bandit
  190. 190.Join forces
  191. 191.Sharpness of vision
  192. 192.Travelling a route regularly
  193. 193.Find fee (anag)
  194. 194.Charles ---, infamous US fraudster
  195. 195.Relish or delight; use tongue to eat or drink
  196. 196.See 13 Across
  197. 197.Orchestral suite by Aaron Copland (1944)
  198. 198.Being of assistance to someone
  199. 199.Nationality of which 64% are Bohemian
  200. 200.Very common; of little value

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