Irish Times Crosaire Crossword Answers – Feb 19 2018

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A foreign drink of fermented honey is guaranteed to be poured freely UNMEASURED
Agent is not finished with the people on this island REPUBLIC
American thug conceals detective is a prot?g? of Mafia boss? GODSON
Back in reading station rejecting nothing RETRO
Bordeaux wine is for young man upset at getting duck twice in Indian restaurant VINDALOO
Brazil, for example, can be a difficult opponent (1,4,3,2,5) AHARDNUTTOCRACK
Charges Irish for getting out of fisheries FEES
Chocolate cakes with boozy wine swallowed by brothers BROWNIES
Confused by everyone getting to socialise at English party up north ALLMIXEDUP
Development of great argument with the brief GROWTH
Do something to alarm rotten group to begin with SETOFF
Drink, in a manner of speaking, sounds like a spirit BOOS
First victim in list from the Bastille ABEL
Image is from part of Brunei dollar IDOL
Key to most of 24 across going to the country in isolation ALIENATION
Lies badly about first-class network LIAISE
Lists of the songs by Capital’s groups LOTS
Made it up for deli salad LIED
Marsh loses head a wee bit in American capital BOGOTA
Oriental state plant admits pressure can be stimulating ESPRESSO
Paper gets award from university for playing up what Bach had to offer ORGANIST
Perhaps unlocked hotel for a bald Cockney? HAIRLESS
Produced Roman hat in the long run MARATHON
Sick of everything to do with The Globe or is that just me being cynical WORLDWEARY
Signs are, turnover from financial assistance leads to nothing in Czech Republic ZODIAC
The Stones on key coming out of The Cellar? ROCKSALT
Turning up nice street with sense of purpose, leaders seeking attention POSEUR
Unique way of speaking missing the first half of 26 across ONEOFF

Irish Times Crosaire Crossword Answers – Feb 16 2018

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A paltry novel about a preparatory arrangement for The Sting LAYATRAP
Americans dismiss sin of film producer? CAMERA
Boasted heading off in tatters RAGGED
Endorse a scheme that’s well thought out REASONED
Expression in Alabama when there’s no way back TERMINAL
Get ready to take flight shortly with investor’s earnings – the types that should have gone to Revenue TAXRETURNS
Has a session in 1 down, for instance, in the bar rooms perhaps COURTHOUSE
Home-town leader is cheeky writing to one of those breaking into the business INTRUDER
Is left in the foreign thread? LISLE
It’s a shame not having males included in family names INFAMY
It’s distasteful to offend Oxford College FOUL
It’s to do with interest in holding cash for informer on ecstasy BANKRATE
Keep up with important Irish legend MAINTAIN
Model hates going around new city in Europe ATHENS
Most of those in 21 down and 11 across produced by The Taverna GREEKRESTAURANT
Opens 13 down for school composition referring to Plato and Aristotle GREEKS
Part of buffet arrives with cheese FETA
Party slump relates to extreme indiscipline – this might come precisely as a shot in the arm DOSAGE
Pieces concealed by farm subsidies ARMS
Race excited Medina MAIDEN
Remove sloe from Yule logs – it’s not nice UGLY
Some provide aid in theory IDEA
Stout produced by cold barbarian from Kerry CHUNKY
The House could be watching 13 down AUDIENCE
The playacting in 19 down possibly detailed in 21 down leads to crisis GREEKDRAMA
Truants are out of place in canteen RESTAURANT
Turns up, a tough nut leads in Grand Prix, racing first vehicle that’s leased for a time RENTACAR
What they offer in 11 across could be fodder FEED

Irish Times Crosaire Crossword Answers – Feb 14 2018

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24 down is bodyguard to mum-to-be perhaps BABYMINDER
Able to move crowd briefly with nasty comments MOBILE
Accepts defeat? Fiddlesticks! BOWS
Any initial new clues going around – maybe you’d need to ask 21 down about this stipulation? CLAUSE
Back up most of what’s on computer’s terminal with the piece covering the recent cuts SCAB
Causes of death at foreign university hospital responsible for the emergence of 2 down GUNSMITH
Characters assemble money for coat of arms EMBLEM
Doctor declines to be authorised LICENSED
Faith, Tom and Clio rebel after second thoughts CATHOLIC
Film member broken up over article MEMBRANE
Form union and sort out one of those in 24 across associated with shirty type TIETHEKNOT
He ain’t an unreliable type living in Greece ATHENIAN
It’s not important why one can’t see The Invisible Man NOMATTER
Letter of introduction opens with denial from extreme sheepish type with joint LOINOFLAMB
Newly arrived troop evades booby trap BABY
Old copper keels over looking for problems with those seeing things OCULISTS
One of those in The Abbey cast is on a seafood diet MONKFISH
Prospective wife from Derby? MATCH
Rabies problem in the Balkans SERBIA
Runners turn up for point-to-point – one of them could be a bit of an early bloomer STAMEN
Some gallant supporters from The Hill ANTS
Stalin’s henchman behind independent European peninsula IBERIA
Starting 11 across with poseur temporarily works for mother BABYSITTER
Take a quick look at golf spike GLANCE
Those with their orders get away from Sten gun NUNS
Type of hypocrisy applied to some people and not to others in Spitting Image? They need to be run up the flagpole! DOUBLESTANDARDS
Warm review of pieces GUNS
Women in early novel by court figure LAWYER

Irish Times Crosaire Crossword Answers – Feb 12 2018

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Act in accordance with somebody knocking out the Mods OBEY
Andrew Cook from The Guardian WARDEN
Area that’s well covered with rough deli foil OILFIELD
Cash in on his missing list of quality books CANON
Casing for handling long-term injury HARM
Chance to play for the county? No thanks! TURNDOWN
Counterfeiters discount unit cost of the joint REEFER
Declare from the pulpit in Pro-Cathedral from the beginning, novice has ambition PROCLAIM
Dicky – a president lacking inspiration PEDESTRIAN
English lawyer from the foreign school of high flyers EAGLES
Get your head around what’s in a fair amount of rice dishes that don’t appeal to vegetarians and what’s in some burgers MINCEDMEAT
It leaves a bitter taste in the mouth to almost name old police force with a criminal division CITRICACID
Knocks back mineral with High Ball – that’ll have them on the floor dancing BOLERO
Knowledge of French, for instance, is only the start of it in the Foreign Legion COMMANDO
Man upstairs admits band from army post briefly gets zilch from son of ne’er-do-wells GOODFORNOTHINGS
Most of One Direction, Yes, Trouble, Free? EASY
Old Pope in Spain might have links to Seville perhaps CLEMENTINE
Reviews fixture with Clare meeting Dublin craftiness DECEIT
Run into unexpected problems with jobs for the assassins guarding a bully HITASNAG
Scott leaves combat boots in grass BAMBOO
Some public agencies confining movement of beasty types CAGE
Some workshop encapsulated what it means to be accessible to everyone OPEN
Stick around outside – Virginia from Cavan, for one, is losing the head and acting the eejit CLOWNING
Tendency to go after Championship first working with the Polish CLEANING
The opposite of 4 down is fashionable and it’s claustrophobic CLOSEDIN
Throw one’s arms around sweetheart from Titanic HUGE
Wild savoy cabbage borders SAVAGE
Won over English press organisation with one piece WEAPON

Irish Times Crosaire Crossword Answers – Feb 10 2018

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A foreign routine from a type of novel UNUSUAL
Article on a slim novel from The Kingdom ANIMALS
Bar opens letting in criminals – it concerns the people PUBLIC
Belted out review hard on the grind GNASH
Change in the banks came out in the wash CASH
Comic is high, absent and has something to be sorry about in the absence of remorse WITHOUTREGRET
Company with European capital on deposit initially in Belgium BRIGADE
Cook ran deli on the edge of Europe IRELAND
Crafty type in car one associates with Bond MARTINI
Current caught diving waterbird coming back – it’s seen as a danger to shipping ICEBERG
Drink from bottle in Valparaiso dairy SODA
Druggie dismissed rude job in the club GIG
DUP unsettled by revolutionary paramilitaries’ reform UPDATE
Engineer testing in background SETTING
Facet missing from aftercare tends to be hard to find RARE
Flighty type covers up attitude TIT
For the men only in Fleet exiting stage left STAG
Foremost grappa drink consumed in precious type of cake GATEAU
Fragment of Thomas Aquinas’s autobiography is found in The Bahamas NASSAU
Fraudster loses the head with the pressure the police produced locally HEAT
It doesn’t cost anything to accompany to The Open with prot?g? WITHOUTCHARGE
Lacking a reservation, for sure WITHOUTADOUBT
Old city fellow demands immediate action URGENT
Old master has no red to all intents and purposes ALMOST
Overcharged local, as there’s no roe in sturgeon STUNG
Pay tribute to legionaries dropping gear LIONISE
Primate consumed by credit for monkey business CAPER
Rows in Genoa away from no-go areas OARS
Short name for vehicle in bus stations TERMINI
Show up to lure out of laundrette ATTEND
Some abandon a programme for break in the afternoon NAP
Sounds like descendants following latest trends up in Sky AIRSHIP
Take into account there’s no spice in cheese dip HEED
The benefit of Dell embracing university VALUE
The butt, for instance, is a bit of the Golden Delicious END
The snooker player who can’t pot a ball – presumably he’s working through it WITHOUTABREAK
Unhappy retiring from hotel in Rush DASH
We hear old London type blows off steam GEYSER

Irish Times Crosaire Crossword Answers – Feb 9 2018

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Confront group of wolves – it might save one’s skin FACEPACK
Drum’s corpse in US laid out PERCUSSION
Engineer is great, etc., on what causes the smoke CIGARETTES
Europeans similar to those in 8 across ITALIANS
Get lost in endless trendy space for musicians HOPIT
Half of those in 11 across account for what’s left short in novel about real people ROMANACLEF
Irish men married to the job FIRM
Italian food history opens as satire PASTAS
Junkie joins party with couple of pills in payment for rent (4’1,3) USERSFEE
Local thug would be legless without it MUSCLE
Loses the head with relationships as they leave indelible marks INKS
Lost hairnet going around island on the wind INTHEAIR
Most of those in 8 across club together, heading on holiday bender in old spas ROMANBATHS
Motorway goes through Lough in regal Trim ERMINE
Muslim leader in political party embraces that woman close to his heart SHERIF
No harems organised by one of those looking after Arabians HORSEMAN
One of good books opened by 13 down at school ROMANS
Oscar men rewriting love stories ROMANCES
Penny ain’t Kitty or one of those holding The Gloss PAINTPOT
Service is dire coming out of vineyard NAVY
Soup in mug taken up by barman is hot BORSCH
Stage to finish in fairy tale surroundings LEGEND
State travel for those in 8 across ROME
Study mood – a true appraisal of what affects drinking red wine indoors ROOMTEMPERATURE
Surgeon discharges one of the runners RUGS
Tennis player releases internal notice ESPY
Tests the Greek, in a manner of speaking, on paper ORALEXAM
Upsetting retweet about girl working on leather material TANNER

Irish Times Crosaire Crossword Answers – Feb 8 2018

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10 across has background in a foreign police service SCOTLANDYARD
Advisory board in hospital has a say in how 18 across is run COMMISSIONER
Bed is large in ocean liner produced in the UK SCOTLAND
Consequently, he will have to pay parking in middle of fishing spot PIPER
Crazy maniac entertains soldier by pulling rabbits out of a hat MAGICIAN
Director in steel works is the first to arrive ELDEST
Drawings upset great amount of heads in house IMAGES
Endless march to pub is key and a long one at that SPACEBAR
Getting better broadcast by The Others for finale ONTHEMEND
Grief stricken in Ben’s colonial building INCONSOLABLE
Has the measure of most things in the castle RULER
New purse for top boxer is remarkable SUPERB
Nice religious title for yard and for those arranging play ABBEY
Notice in complex doesn’t do health any good NICOTINE
One Direction is not going to be late with the timing, more or less NEARLY
Overshadowing the organising of cover-up in The Sun ECLIPSING
Period in the abbey is a diversion for the children after school PLAYTIME
Recording of group of players including collection that’s key to band CASSETTETAPE
Sailor to take it easy after being fired perhaps ABLAZE
Serve up fresh starters of salad and wings in European capital WARSAW
Short season for first team in Rush SPRINT
Strange outfit is not even on the rise ODDGETUP
Swear the make-up covers in a roundabout way WREATHES
The criminal says the judge gave him one line on paper SENTENCE
There’s no gossip in presupposing the family lawyer probably encouraged this PRENUP
Throw a party for Pierce and Tina Cook ENTERTAIN
What Chinese torture gives one keeps the travellers on their toes ITCHYFEET
What’s the chances of revelations dismissing tailor? EVENS

Irish Times Crosaire Crossword Answers – Feb 5 2018

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Bawdy joke is typical of corrupt politician DIRTYTRICK
Conferences excluded crones with local dealer FENCE
Deadly plot in old play with workers DOLMEN
Describes haughty person with tarragon salad ARROGANT
Engineering lift is empty on fifth floor for fixing error ERASER
Heath reviews volume MOOR
Hub off the autobahns coming from the concert hall SONATA
In agreement to switch from Leinster ONSIDE
It’s an unfounded rumour tap dancers missed step CANARD
Judge offering informer last chance RATE
Lines of characters might be seen through rose-tinted glasses EYECHART
Lost out in the auction room LOTS
Most of those in supervision taken in by jobs in the army driven by the police PATROLCARS
Naval base perhaps in English port HULL
Open land around large hedge is essential when one requires treatment HEALTHINSURANCE
Organisation rejects argots produced by old Greek islander IONIAN
Paint a picture of date with English writer DESCRIBE
Pal’s limo breaks old lights OILLAMPS
Post is mysteriously early, in part PLAYER
Removal assistant in favour of taking the weekend to get a shot in the arm FORKLIFT
Still under wraps in organisation with old pair of writers UNOPENED
Surprise broadcast and article seen in The Sun? CORONA
That’s your lot at colonial building ALLOCATION
The cheek of centre forward, bowler and leading actor on the bottle locally WHATANERVE
Therapist dismisses trips in hot spell HEAT
They run hot and cold in past confusion TAPS
Turn mushrooms in that case for one colourful starter in particular SPECIFIC
Turns up, had papers for Henry stuck-up LAHDIDAH

Irish Times Crosaire Crossword Answers – Feb 3 2018

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A number of hit men missed him? TEN
A person in Ring gets to pass on a number of drugs REFEREE
Advertise local wheel for those doing the driving GOLF
American lines out with foreigners ALIENS
Band for Castile restoration ELASTIC
Car instalment in The Paper TISSUE
Character gets porter by US Postal LETTERCARRIER
Collectively, the leading types today at The Gate POST
Come into view to hear a member of the British nobility APPEAR
Demanded pals get off rope ladders ORDERED
Disturb hornets by a bridge? SHORTEN
Fair prize for absorbing the release of gas RIBBON
Figure with novel project putting pen to paper LETTERWRITING
Financial management firm taken in by criminal money ECONOMY
Finishes off Trim takeaway – it’s nonstop ENDLESS
For example, a superlative noteworthy type that’s 100 per cent correct LETTERPERFECT
Granny Smith hasn’t anything to address MRS
Hard to swallow in high temperature HEAT
Imagined spilling gin from the press MEDIA
Impeccably drawn out map for The Tour de France BICYCLE
It’s a sign of what’s raw or off ARROW
Note what’s leading for all sides today LETTER
Old wild yell about revolutionary giving up ELDERLY
One foreign politician gets to travel around to get better IMPROVE
Operates out East and it’s secure? ROPE
Permit covers vehicle traffic LET
Post is mysteriously early, in part PLAYER
Presumably, they posted their views of St Paul and St Peter LETTERWRITERS
Refine to perfection after pressure from Ring PHONE
Regiment in the end finds awful myth initially hard to beat RHYTHM
Sample of chickpea stew from the Orient EAST
Some appearances of one of those in the plot PEA
Some prominent art deco type of bakery TART
Sounds like instant credit? TICK
Store scheme covers reading option for those going on holiday RESORT
The most full-bodied top Riesling is opened from the case RICHEST
Tips for shoes for baritones with no brain TOES
Was out of school and heartlessly took the plunge SLEPT

Irish Times Crosaire Crossword Answers – Jan 31 2018

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22 across leaves out for the spies to hide things in DEADLETTERDROPS
A to Z? LETTER
Agent is not finished with Greek island possessing a stage RECREATE
Annoying type of grotesque, extreme advertisement on Dart GADFLY
Artist great at painting, for example, the fashion business RAGTRADE
Battle line for those working with strikers FRONTMEN
Bob runs the committee without leader from party HAIRDO
Castle hides desire to be heavily involved KNEEDEEP
Chicken wraps in market prepared for starters WIMP
Closing time in lifeless bar DEADLINE
Deceive law enforcement agency leaders and gangland boss LEADON
Half of 9 across is not working DEAD
Ineffectual law from the beginning of 11 across and 8 across DEADLETTER
Instructed to choose train going around Limerick to Dublin SCHOOLED
It was bound to happen for first wild date FATED
Jack in part of Sevastopol STOP
Licence for river approach LEEWAY
Little exercise for mousey type with energy PETITE
Manages to figure out relative GETSON
Moody character out of sorts initially with director ILLNATURED
Perfectly correct to open 11 across and to close 12 across DEADON
Sets off from East Side scheme IDEA
Some retrograde antagonist from university DEAN
Spitting Image, Six Feet Under, Band of Gold and Casualty? DEADRINGER
Teachers have no cash for the children’s playhouse TREE
The Greens from Dublin, for one, with ministries SIDEORDERS
Went one better than former partner from old community retiring to Germany on Dutch border EXCEEDED
Woman with common sense PRUDENCE