Irish Times Crosaire – Mar 14 2020

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Ain’t prepared to cover risk hearing what’s said about the Himalayas? TIBETAN
Article on a slim novel from The Kingdom ANIMALS
Calling mercenaries to abandon mines CAREER
Caterpillars employed by those who work for The Greens FARMMACHINERY
Child produces main course with no sauce MINOR
Ciphers removed in strip-search of despot TSAR
Do a job in the ground for all sides today FARM
Doing business at the back of the peloton with drugs synonymous with cyclists in retrospect OPEN
Dug up best part of the forest for fertiliser POTASH
Fragment of Home Alone set in the dining room MEAL
Freak out to local funk PANIC
French in Ghana working with Irish brought up in Asia AFGHANI
Great aunts failed to get gran a garden gnome STATUE
Iodine found in Cream Crackers – get first aid for us! AMERICA
Irish men from ultimate stable FIRM
Is this what the pacifist would do with article on power? Charm the Left to leave! APPEASE
It’s like gold dust in uplifting itineraries RARE
Lounge behind country dwelling producing homemade bread FARMHOUSELOAF
Melody from low comedy produced by bully COW
Mural of revolutionary with instructive set of words FORMULA
Old carriage office memo and article on hire purchase going all way the back PHAETON
Padre is wrong to give up hope DESPAIR
Politician taking in America would be lost without this MAP
Prudence from Women’s Institute upsets old trendy group WISDOM
Ranger on the rampage going around island is more upset ANGRIER
Remove pig from poisoning a number of the vegetables ONIONS
Rotten bad habit doesn’t start in the workplace OFFICE
Sal leaves ladies to cash in one’s chips locally DIE
Scared out of one’s wits by chicken AFRAID
Slung out of Mulligans – what was the man of letters expecting? MAIL
Sounds like my respiratory problem leads to a bad atmosphere, in a literary sense MIASMA
That woman in logistics headquarters SHE
The local place offering food for Old MacDonald’s family hawk (7′,6) FARMERSMARKET
Those with growing concerns around party presumably working in their own field of excellence FARMLABOURERS
Trendy place for computer figures INPUT
Type of channel for director with compulsive desire DITCH
Unite or ruin practice ROUTINE
Works of fiction concealed by Charlie Sheen LIES

Irish Times Crosaire – Mar 13 2020

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A French president, for example, let off the hook perhaps? UNPEG
Art House production welcomes okay review from country in Asia SOUTHKOREA
Cleared out of Red Sea craft ERASED
Comedian has a job reading things in other people’s homes GASMAN
Employer of cad getting out of used car USER
Fail to agree on spinning music by One Direction SPAR
Form of play-acting by The Mod movement METHOD
Give out to fool upsetting soldier in the middle of panic ASSIGN
Give someone an inkling of popular, short bit of advice given to wife INTIMATE
Hard figures that won’t budge for idols STATUARY
He’s left inside writing material for institute in Europe HELSINKI
If the other crossword isn’t finished it’s not difficult to see why SIMPLE
Interpretation of old love, for example, key to what’s part of family life EXEGESIS
Irish men taking car in ship for unprecedented events FIRSTS
It’s a delightful place presumably accommodating the women of Tralee? BEDOFROSES
Lack of confidence provided by popular refuge INSECURITY
Let’s get a move on, as this could be the witching hour for West African country TIMETOGO
Lip reader dismisses idler from the conference PEAR
Most of those in 1 down and 22 across offering snap judgement that lasts a lifetime FIRSTIMPRESSION
One of those from The Cars and Queen working in the sound studio ENGINEER
Pass off displays as a pastoral view of America IDYL
Peacekeeper with the German pup one is likely to lose UNDERDOG
Put in place by Stalin all over the place INSTAL
Reach out to head of recruitment having targets to hit ARCHER
Romeo is one of the characters in The Globe audience BEAU
Stuff in jam? PACK
Supply gin on the rocks popular during the Christmas season STOCKING
What the mimic is capable of or that’s the feeling? IMPRESSION

Irish Times Crosaire – Mar 12 2020

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A fair amount of mink in coat tailored for an energetic type ATOMIC
Absurd characters embraced within a network INANE
Agile figure takes cars from upper class SUPPLE
Allotted leading actor from first Shrek and The Omen with English director ASSIGNED
Cheap shot about writing of lecture PREACH
Classifies Heavy Metal for one music-maker in Ulster college INORGANIC
Couple linked perhaps to Romeo and Mina by river in the morning ARMINARM
Course taken by ocean liner is limited by stingy capital resources WAYSANDMEANS
Demonstration in Northern Ireland leads to confrontation SHOWDOWN
Describes drink to go with fish and chips ultimately PORTRAYS
Describes Olive’s son Tony and soul mate to writer STONYHEARTED
Excluded by group on the radio BANNED
Genial boxer staggering back around ring is indulged GOODHUMOURED
Government unfortunately by The Big Parties GALAS
Had a nice mixture in Mexican ranch HACIENDA
Hot under the collar attorney fails to get one? RATTY
Hotel on foreign peninsula around point reminds the Romans of Ireland HIBERNIA
Individual in Corrs working in the dead centre CORONERS
One Roman leader among centurions deployed for fighting in the streets INSURRECTION
Oscar denies adaptation is primarily discriminatory or lacking in balance ONESIDED
Rory uneasy over clip of agent with a heavenly model ORRERY
Ruffle someone’s feathers with what’s on the record player NEEDLE
Single bars over river used by comedians ONELINERS
Station Ted came from directly LYRIC
Stop taking trees out of side streets DESIST
Sutherland dismisses nuts in the paper HERALD
Wind up Spike losing the head with nuisance ANNOYANCE
Work with actors or company behind popular type employed in Phone Booth DIRECTORY

Irish Times Crosaire – Mar 11 2020

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Absent women in Lima working with Zambian neighbour MALAWI
Accept it, as True Detectives opens with suspect DISBELIEVE
Ain’t leaving great-niece in the union GREECE
An unhealthy place for 24 across and 10 across SICKROOM
Bash opening an event in Ring with rough slapstick comedy KNOCKABOUT
Carried through and made a killing EXECUTED
Child’s pet name for the chips – of course, it’s essential for any takeaway DOGGYBAG
Covered up by Generalissimo or that one in The House ROOM
Cut short takeover, as can’t ignore head resident OCCUPANT
Did a turn with series director CYCLED
Frenchman gets to pull a face after a sketch MAPOUT
Irate, sick, falling over, laid out – RIP TEARITUP
Is that an ongoing reaction in Red China? CHAIN
It’s what a classy type is expected to do right at engineering faculty REVISION
Meat in stew could be from an American can locally? INMATE
Occupied by a thought AMUSED
Persuade Clare to finish deception with French wine CONVINCE
Pittance for initial preferential stock offering? SOUP
Repeat insult coming from touchlines ECHO
Sample of banana pancakes from the vintner’s valley NAPA
Scoundrel is in a bad way with current car CADILLAC
See sense here in the definitive volume DICTIONARY
Soundbite dismisses Ben in the drawing room STUDIO
Take some pharmacological Mickey Finn and relax CALM
The proceeds of risible bread-maker? Anyone rolling out their own dough will get this FUNNYMONEY
The type of tablets that were once crushed for prescriptions devised by the man upstairs TENCOMMANDMENTS
Twisted and turned system, opened and stripped down SNAKED
Well, it’s not distasteful in a manner of speaking SICK

Irish Times Crosaire – Mar 10 2020

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A hit in Government – that’s embarrassing? ABASHING
Benefit to university worker in the city centre PROFIT
Crime fighting organisation tip loner off INTERPOL
Delegation dine out in the Italian parlour GELATO
Devotee has shown a proficiency at judo and energy for dance FANDANGO
Doesn’t move remains from place STAYSPUT
Employed by laboratory? Save up after ordeal and go to Spain! TESTTUBE
Gives the go ahead for illegal trade with 13 across TRAFFICLIGHT
Has an inclination this is for the Dublin supporters and Kerry HILLSIDE
It’s easy to pick up what was illuminated outside Grand Hotel LIGHT
Latest lie articulated by one of those dishy types SATELLITE
Left sweetheart with malaria in lodge LEAGUE
Local spooks search around area with school HAUNTS
Lose towel swimming with cleaner – the abrasive one from household STEELWOOL
No harm in March hare to get there? REACH
One of those in March showing the way perhaps DEMONSTRATOR
Play charades around neat set in the interval MEANTIME
Prepare to play in heat? WARMUP
Presumably the one running his eye over The Hill checking places of interest for what might be outstanding BANKEXAMINER
Record by tenor included in sequence of songs produced by a number of singers SEPTET
Shaving head for Victoria, for one FLAKE
Stands up against leaders in university every day? USUAL
Take issue with question to dispute the truth? IMPUGN
Thoughtfully, in a manner of speaking, he’d get stuffed turkey from The Foundation HEEDFULLY
What one of those WAGS is capable of will make you laugh HUMOUR
What’s the point of Nora welcoming article on empty place? NORTHEAST
Wise guy loses the head – it’s the last straw for the bar restricting entry AGELIMIT
Would you have to go to the talking shop for this present in Blarney? GIFTOFTHEGAB

Irish Times Crosaire – Mar 9 2020

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A foreign couple working on the paper not in The Union UNATTACHED
Add a touch of sparkle as Judge Russell is up first AERATE
Became unhinged, as there’s no peace in police state LOSTIT
Build goes around man-made lake MAKE
Cannot work across street in stable CONSTANT
Catches reviews of characters in The West End NETS
Clumsily saw hairline crack at the edges HACK
Cracks in school after 10 across and most of 8 across MAKESSENSE
Dated crazy hot lad OLDHAT
Dislikes abandoning kids in Capri, for example ISLE
Distribution of edition covering party in Africa ISSUANCE
Finish off ultimate theory IDEA
Hull’s Hotel for my group on weekend is small HUSKS
In the neighbourhood around court for a delicious drink NECTAR
Irrigates a fair amount of Kill for sporty type overseas WATERSKI
It’s airing Underwear, for instance – it’s just released by Pulp? HOTPRESS
Let it be known indirectly there are no wagons in Washington HINT
Minnesota is missing Tom Batty INSANE
Names a model doing a job in The Caribbean SEAMAN
Nothing doing as short legal proceeding divides The Bar INACTION
Picks up germ from messengers SENSES
Plays outside foreign PM’s residence producing a number of scenes that you’re likely to see in a museum DIORAMAS
Proof endive salad is cold and gives energy EVIDENCE
Regalia from Anglo-American fraudster CONMAN
Stately homes on mains supply with extreme outages MANSIONS
Those making amateurish films all about first season on Red Rock mostly at graduate college CAMCORDERS
Well, you’re not getting this for taking time off in a bad way SICKNESSBENEFIT
Who’s there in The Old Shoe, heading off for Charleston? ATTENDANCE

Irish Times Crosaire – Mar 7 2020

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Academic entertains a heartless address by Deep Purple? DAMSON
Adjust figures for chopped up trees RESET
Ancestor drops net for ocean predators ORCAS
Arab ruler consumed by the mirage EMIR
Barney Duff could be handy NEARBY
Bishop is not in good shape making way through the house BILL
Blackthorn in park off hill SLOE
Busy architect gets rid of art HECTIC
Call up for reserve – the big, thick, blocky type that some are buzzing over locally TELEPHONEBOOK
Colourful type of The Foreign Review RED
Competent expertise is short at French university SKILFUL
Dance member from Ring LIMBO
Drunk beer from Switzerland that might blow your head off? BREECH
Factor in – English workers in accommodation ELEMENT
Fast food stolen for party is great HOTDOG
Fragment of reprimand is controversial in Ring DISC
Guy’s partner picked up by special agent GAL
Helicopters dropping off richest staff POLE
In Paris where leading characters in A Tale of Two Cities, for instance, produced result OUTCOME
Knocking back containers of Scotch? STOP
Mafia lies spread by those accommodating types on some sites MOBILES
Mournful type of European starting to play Gaelic ELEGIAC
Of great importance to loyal state FATEFUL
Offer sample of wasabi dish BID
Peaceful character with reversible cap and interesting top that half fits is caught PACIFIC
Plant lots of broccoli heads in spring? A lie! LOBELIA
Quality of pun from Republican CALIBRE
Registered two types of drugs to make something with the same ingredients REHASH
Sentry left stony broke and the author is responsible for this BOOK
Shy type limps out of Olympics COY
Similar to one of those in 14 down on visit picked up at the start of a conversation TELEPHONECALL
Small change to The New Yorker’s direction going like crazy around college NICKEL
Somehow lose Pat Thomas, for one APOSTLE
Sound out the listeners with oldie from Daniel Defoe DEAFEN
The cost of a mobile in Ring for the four characters in 29 across TELEPHONEBILL
Time for great footballer to retire is perfect? On top of the world and employed by communications business! TELEPHONEPOLE
Unfinished station on motorway held up by motorised transport MOPED
Uniform for Trim meeting EVEN

Irish Times Crosaire – Mar 6 2020

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Audience from The Gate ATTENDANCE
Backs civil disorder charge – it’s to do with a scene of bloodshed ABATTOIR
Bishop Alan Clare, head of school, settles accounts BALANCES
Crafty group of overseas footballers admit whole bunch is not in good shape FLOTILLA
Cultivate oregano on edge of allotment in the restricted zone NOGOAREA
Do a job in the city on merger with group of workers TRADEUNION
For the consumers it’s a hot addition to Catholic hospital sick unit CHILLI
Global communiqu? doing the rounds employed by those in a sticky situation GLUE
Guard detected getting hold of credit SCREEN
Hard types to crack from banks to nuclear power plants NUTS
Heard talking to the secretary writing things down for slave driver DICTATOR
Hesitate near African capital with small mission ERRAND
It’s an oversight not opening part of 8 across APSE
Ivor invested in Carne with endless types of Fat Cats, for example CARNIVORES
Made it a goal to get trade moving TARGETED
Move in or out, as it’ll eat away at everything OMNIVORE
Nice ending to film with the best actors – could be a potential winner of something FINALIST
Nickel-and-dime linkmen missing with bagman of course CADDIE
One of those in the house synonymous with a diet? PARLIAMENTARIAN
Peach salad and port where the service is supposed to be good CHAPEL
Promise of a hot dish OATH
Reclassifies missing series describing something that may be taxing FISCAL
Rows with co-authors losing touch OARS
Security firm, after a while in American city, gets on top of the legislation COLLATERAL
Some splendid earnest creative thought IDEA
Starts a static evacuation from space station OPENS
The full scope for electronic tour next for Telsa EXTEND
Took a break from site off side street RESTED

Irish Times Crosaire – Mar 5 2020

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A base with terrain off Mediterranean DEMEAN
American working in a restaurant is expecting AWAITING
Bread sales TURNOVER
Broadcast by government in California of party line? CONGA
Clean hands – you can’t be prosecuted for that! INNOCENCE
Creator of Genesis? CAUSE
Frenchman in Range Rover is heard travelling in parts of Austria GERMAN
Leo’s tuba played in total without qualification ABSOLUTE
Lock up in Portlaoise behind unit near motorway IMPRISON
Off-putting review of papers finds fur coats okay DISAGREEABLE
Outlets welcoming writing by nags HORSES
Presumably, what The Lions are left with after getting beaten is a slight to self-esteem? WOUNDEDPRIDE
Protested against one given collection by that man from department INVEIGHED
Ran away from Caroline producing a bad strain ECOLI
Show’s off as director is at drama school DISPLAYS
Shrewd bargaining by most of those in 1 across working in the city HORSETRADING
Some deliver a token source of poetic inspiration ERATO
Sounds like scientific study of farming techniques that might involve growing poppies? PHARMACOLOGY
Stop group of Seals holding back resentment PERIOD
Supernaturalism disregards reprisals when Halloween arrives AUTUMN
The leader’s opinion, aside from the letter writers EDITORIAL
They’re capable of emptying The House for victor in shocking remorse REMOVERS
Those providing cover for the King and Queen of Belgium showing off Linden BEDLINEN
Time to retire after foul broadcast of social that appeals to one joining a two-party system? HENNIGHT
Traditional Platonic Academy OLDSCHOOL
Travellers’ guide reviewed with postscript about area of flatlands around Buenos Aires PAMPAS
Turns up, gangster crosses river near motorway with hunter – that’s one for the books NIMROD
What the designer can do stems from investments INVENT

Irish Times Crosaire – Mar 4 2020

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Badger Trim firm taking a fair amount of the bar out of the vegetarian restaurant BROCCOLI
Copernicus ignores puns produced by old consul, governor and orator CICERO
Finally settle after brief muddle in Navy BLUE
For instance, Roman politician from overseas in Ireland EMPIRE
German girl has a job churning out copies of The Mirror GLASSWORKS
Graduate consumed by grass laid out by caseworker LAWMAN
Hot wing from takeaway is fairly mild HARMLESS
Is in the past a bit short of a condiment WASABI
Music festival – the second one in Rome The Christians listen to POPE
Network refers to reports of destinations for surfers WEBSITES
Nothing like this one young lady, back from institute in Donegal, to have lark at The Centre DISSIMILAR
Old magicians in pictures losing the head MAGES
One making alterations to one’s character in Luther, for instance REFORMER
One of those involved in lock-in is a key figure? JAILER
Pick up criminal in boat OBTAIN
Rough partisan has ambitions ASPIRANT
Secretariat holds this back from judge RATE
Shatter’s work in retrospective starts with scores to settle BURSTS
Some forthcoming amendment could be played out in court GAME
That man involved in conservative speculation THEORY
The Border’s Pocket Rocket synonymous with Limerick POET
The morning that woman interrupting revolutionary Dubliner is taken by surprise AMBUSHED
There is no need to say any more, as plenty at school get help ENOUGHSAID
They’re the least one expects from most of the relatives in cars MINIMUMS
Travelled overseas with leads from spaghetti westerns and mysteries SWAM
Twists and turns for women and girls, e.g., all over the place WRIGGLES
Warmth of fire behind chain of mountains tops COMPASSION
What The Killers are capable of is largely mistaken for Fairground Attraction SHOOTINGGALLERY