Irish Times Crosaire Crossword Answers – Dec 13 2017

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A long thin line of first-rate meat outside STREAK
Bar queue LINE
Blame the Polish for this slick type lifting the mahogany perhaps GLOSSINESS
Board member to consider retiring around end of spring KNIGHT
Characters in Baltimore gone to Washington’s border OREGON
Coward found on the outskirts of Wicklow camp WIMP
Decline the invitation to go around with leading player selling tickets illegally OPTOUT
Double agent noted leaving for an expensive fish supper BELUGA
Ends first case in court that was well pitched presumably TENT
Head of faculty frames French chap with note of disgrace DEMEAN
Hit target or execute by strangulation GARROTTE
Isn’t wrong contacting everyone opening some lodges INSTALLS
It’s not right or wrong? IMPROPER
It’s unpleasant removing pets from year book ANNUAL
Last letters from Oriental at a lodge working for possibly a hundred years RIPEOLDAGE
Look out for wild roses from areas with too many ugly weeds EYESORES
Ms Monroe dances for the gents (3’1,4) MENSROOM
Nicks a selection from the butchers CUTS
Old Irish characters had reputation for making a lasting impression on The Stones OGHAM
Permits for opening 25 across LETS
Security racket on the border for The Greens HEDGEROW
Shatters the illusions of accommodations in Northern Ireland LETSDOWN
Show the way around film location with current leading actor for blooming show at Christmas POINSETTIA
Some control a temper – it’s long overdue LATE
Sounds like something you’d say to Rapunzel to relax! (3,3’1,4,4) LETONESHAIRDOWN
Toxic accommodation with short lobby LETHAL
Tudor settlement around old order and school with open space OUTDOORS
Union offers support to one that never gets burned in this place? BONDHOLDER

Irish Times Crosaire Crossword Answers – Dec 12 2017

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Adam and Eve? FIRSTMATE
Alumni made up a fair amount of the jury with inspirational leader LUMINARY
Artistic impressions get chins wrong ETCHINGS
Bookish sort is bound to start you off PRIMER
Crazy modern truths from natural disturbance THUNDERSTORM
Gossip by vocal superstar from Express IDLETALK
Group of relatives in background from Ring FAMILYCIRCLE
Half of the hold-ups count for nothing to island rabble HOIPOLLOI
Haunts building in Panama SUNHAT
Isn’t involved in depictions – they’re not original COPIED
It gives rise to a final number from a female band TIARA
It’s a mistake heading off with local rascal ERROR
It’s not looking good in trip back with religious travellers PILGRIMS
Libyan novel about revolutionary leader from the unfinished complex LABYRINTH
Navy is unsuccessful, leaderless and gets hammered NAILED
Not in school to look after and feed half the daydreamers ABSENTMINDED
Old wrestling game was the end of the line for the Greeks OMEGA
Open Eiswein to air for function EVENT
Out of tin? There’s none in Palestine! ASLEEP
Precious type with idiot mixed up new test for person looking to get in on the act AUDITION
Roguish type in the West is funding a campaign WARCHEST
Scored or was withdrawn? SCRATCHED
Sounds angry, almost despondent losing the head with cowardly type YELLOW
Sounds like principal from primary is a bit of a Walter Mitty IDEALIST
Spot for a yacht crew getting away from Crimean War MARINA
Strike a blow ignoring Lewis – a Hungarian composer? BARTOK
Studious lot, for your information, confused by group CLASSIFY
They raise the issue of the Andalusian hens, for example, getting to check in travelling to agricultural sites CHICKENFARMS

Irish Times Crosaire Crossword Answers – Dec 11 2017

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4 down is in hospital removing splinters perhaps PLANER
A port doesn’t go with pot roasts – get rid of it TOSS
Agreed to be taken out of ringside seat – I kid you not INSIST
Buys and sells partridge with a shortage of pig TRADER
Come to terms with college having a popular name in Germany for French negativity COTTONON
Concern for disturbance in street INTEREST
Disreputable organisation linked to noble UNWORTHY
Drawn out for State’s concert venue for some considerable time LONGHAUL
Hotter swimming snaps from warm regions THETROPICS
Hurry up with releases LETSGO
Is capable of taking a call at home to come down to the bar LANDLINE
Little relative with colic freaks out in the vegetable shop BROCCOLI
Medicinal amount from bottle of Calvados exhibited DOSE
Needs to approve what view The House will take with responsibility for half of those in 22 across PLANNINGOFFICER
Niche for vocal criminal on ecstasy ALCOVE
No shadow of a doubt and not on? Civic disturbance! CONVICTION
Novice edits novel on the stock exchange? LISTED
Object to plainclothes policeman outside banks PLAN
One coin, possibly a quarter, found in money belt EUROZONE
Puts away for track trials needing no introduction EATS
Some characters override a decision that’s out of this world DEAD
Sounds like something portrait artist might do with designs on a principal PLANSAHEAD
Star carries a number of spirits and top rums down on the beach SUNLOUNGER
The one that’s not open could start to mature, like wine by the start of the year CAGEY
Thrilled by story set up by writer ELATED
What Humpty Dumpty might do in the autumn in Boston and in the North of Ireland FALLDOWN
Winds up Sam out of madness ENDS
Women removing the top samples from drains WASTES

Irish Times Crosaire Crossword Answers – Dec 6 2017

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Attracts the surfers from around the globe to The Maze WORLDWIDEWEB
Bound to join politicians for seasonal vegetarian dinner SPRINGGREENS
Built a lodge for the golden years OLDAGE
Burn small cast from hospital ward SMOULDER
Clumsy writer retiring divides Irish Times’ leaders INEPT
Cooking up the tip of the day is particularly useful for those who are browned off FRYINGPAN
Current issues with criminal sedition EDITIONS
Dahl missing from dining hall? Keep that under your hat! LINING
Desire to go upstairs perhaps wanting to kill time DEATHWISH
Editorials dismissing diet with salt SAILOR
Hesitates to come in, leaving servicewoman WAVERS
Is not Frank Pound going grey at the back? CAGEY
Not in good shape against the clock, as it’s badly scheduled ILLTIMED
Not to mention a great academy attached to school ASWELLAS
Part of the game leads to repercussions and what amounts to a series of chain reactions DOMINOEFFECT
Produces champagne for victory in English enclosure VINEYARD
Reports from America STATES
Show a lot of emotion producing outfit for the musicians GETUPSET
Sounds like a savage dig at Croke Park from those gamey types WILDFOWL
Sounds like thunder in cold spots CRASH
Talk incessantly by right to heartless group of workers RUNON
The morally correct behaviour to rewrite, cut, re-edit RECTITUDE
They’re a measure of the distance elite soldiers covered? Discover it’s an eye-opener! RANGEFINDERS
Tighten one’s belt to small groove SCRIMP
Type of stick one gives to policeman TRUNCHEON
Up-turn is never ending and on track for those paying for it PURCHASE
Victor English from Takeaway turns up carrying the fish VESSEL
Waters down school petitions SPRAYS

Irish Times Crosaire Crossword Answers – Dec 5 2017

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A number of programmes to transform Israel SERIAL
Back copper protecting you and me from distant relative SECONDCOUSIN
Charlie is going soon to American city to work with religious orders perhaps CANONLAW
Cleaner visits top college and university in the morning VACUUM
Cook avails of sage SALVIA
Decent half of the city worth living in perhaps PROPERTY
Dilutes coke and crack from a very hot place BLASTFURNACE
Finally, the word on the street is, it’s working for the linesman? Would you Adam and Eve it! RHYMINGSLANG
Get grime off the kitchen appliance EGGTIMER
Got up to hospital after taking public transport from garden centre ROSEBUSH
I’m sorry for steely glare in audition HARDLUCK
In the material sense, Georgette, for one, gets 100 per cent proof for lawyer at the bar PURESILK
Increase production with two animals RAMPUP
It’s all about the dough for one of those studying the bread-making process ECONOMICS
It’s questionable Shaw briefly went to Kerry SHAKY
Lights up small-to-medium game that needs no introduction SMOKER
No nice way of saying this at burial sitting on the fence NONCOMMITTAL
Not the sort of advice mobile sales staff want to hear from flighty type consumed by Senor Duff NOHAWKERS
One note on the essence of right and wrong INCORRECT
Pathetic type of excuse for getting nothing from ineffectual figure LAMEDUCK
Preoccupied by Russian flower seeds dispersed around back of the sheds OBSESSED
Provides a view from sitting room of Loire redevelopment ORIEL
Raw or fresh – it’s an indicator of what’s ahead ARROW
Registered two types of drugs to make something with the same ingredients REHASH
Take one’s time with bundle returning from Donegal to Spain DAWDLE
This will protect you, for instance, from 21 across or a rum cocktail ARMOUR
True-to-life head on monument in The Kingdom REALM
William is the kid’s parent on the farm BILLYGOAT

Irish Times Crosaire Crossword Answers – Dec 5 2017

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A number of programmes to transform Israel SERIAL
Back copper protecting you and me from distant relative SECONDCOUSIN
Charlie is going soon to American city to work with religious orders perhaps CANONLAW
Cleaner visits top college and university in the morning VACUUM
Cook avails of sage SALVIA
Decent half of the city worth living in perhaps PROPERTY
Dilutes coke and crack from a very hot place BLASTFURNACE
Finally, the word on the street is, it’s working for the linesman? Would you Adam and Eve it! RHYMINGSLANG
Get grime off the kitchen appliance EGGTIMER
Got up to hospital after taking public transport from garden centre ROSEBUSH
I’m sorry for steely glare in audition HARDLUCK
In the material sense, Georgette, for one, gets 100 per cent proof for lawyer at the bar PURESILK
Increase production with two animals RAMPUP
It’s all about the dough for one of those studying the bread-making process ECONOMICS
It’s questionable Shaw briefly went to Kerry SHAKY
Lights up small-to-medium game that needs no introduction SMOKER
No nice way of saying this at burial sitting on the fence NONCOMMITTAL
Not the sort of advice mobile sales staff want to hear from flighty type consumed by Senor Duff NOHAWKERS
One note on the essence of right and wrong INCORRECT
Pathetic type of excuse for getting nothing from ineffectual figure LAMEDUCK
Preoccupied by Russian flower seeds dispersed around back of the sheds OBSESSED
Provides a view from sitting room of Loire redevelopment ORIEL
Raw or fresh – it’s an indicator of what’s ahead ARROW
Registered two types of drugs to make something with the same ingredients REHASH
Take one’s time with bundle returning from Donegal to Spain DAWDLE
This will protect you, for instance, from 21 across or a rum cocktail ARMOUR
True-to-life head on monument in The Kingdom REALM
William is the kid’s parent on the farm BILLYGOAT

Irish Times Crosaire Crossword Answers – Dec 4 2017

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A Milan model is kept warm with fur perhaps ANIMAL
Bookkeeper has no nice word for list of books CANON
Cost includes mean lunch for regular from The Palace PRINCE
Criminal CID react to give authority to the situation ACCREDIT
Determination for endless outdoor accommodation on area near Dublin, for instance TENACITY
English factory in Ring putting down new roots again REPLANTING
Fair amount of the waiter’s money is divided fifty-fifty by those on board and those treading water? HALFAFLOAT
Females losing the head should be taken as a warning OMEN
Hang on, this is fishy to one of those in hospital LINGER
Hypnotised by gold-digger, director is sabotaged UNDERMINED
I’ve left again over source for wool ANGORA
Line of Arabian Nights opens giving credit to others LOAN
Man upstairs admits band from army post briefly gets zilch from son of ne’er-do-wells GOODFORNOTHINGS
Minor criticism of golf legend cutting white flower NIGGLE
No Dubs in Budapest for tie TAPE
Post copy to church for increase – it may hold water PAPERCUP
Prickly sort to make fun of novice TEASEL
Raincoat for his trim relative is worn by tough guy with pride MACHISMO
Records those worthless types behind gangster ALBUMS
Run into trouble moving giant ash HITASNAG
Some nerve admitting short time with One Direction is positive OPTIMISTIC
Sounds like something architect would do with office layout OPENPLAN
Space probe picks up resistance in tight spot SCRAPE
Steals from personal estate in Split TEAROPEN
Stimulus for leaders going on a diet GOAD
Urged to leave lifeguard or go broke FAIL
Warm review of pieces GUNS
Wiping the glasses, for example, for neat gin cocktail CLEANING

Irish Times Crosaire Crossword Answers – Dec 2 2017

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A handful in Tenerife winter FEW
All the sides of the neighbour’s house COMMONS
Back off caddy – he’s a relative of one of those beastly types BISON
Bets for first race breaks pay cheque WAGERS
Clever type of king is not in favour of referendum – it divides the room! KNOWALL
Cliques surround conservative religious groups SECTS
Coincide with old father coming back for revolution OVERLAP
End of term drink with one of those in 20 down MALE
Evangelist takes off giant workers from North Pole ELVES
Expansive wiper blade going from side to side WIDE
Federal roll call of banks that collapsed FELL
Fit-up female in dispute TIFF
In memory of English detective from The Wire, the central character for Hitchcock EPITAPH
It’s said at mass meeting about copper with common sense ACUMEN
It’s tokenism dismissing ties to one of them in The Abbey MONK
It’s typical for the foreign women to find husband’s partner is not married in the eyes of the law COMMONLAWWIFE
Meat in stew could be from an American can locally? INMATE
New canoe is first class going around Pacific Region OCEANIA
No door in ground floor for some distance FURLONG
Northern person who could be picky is more into The Order NEATER
Nudge or change to go through UNDERGO
Offend in a bad way at home under study? FILLIN
One of those from The Hill involved in vigilantism ANT
Painter of sign for hospital wards on either side of me VERMEER
Relax with some physical medicine CALM
Revolutionary swallows number of sherries heartlessly with gangster MAFIOSO
Sick rival has an infection VIRAL
Sleep with gangster and Frenchman? That’s bound to be incendiary stuff! NAPALM
Some awesome network for workers MEN
Sorts out roosters and fish eggs ROE
Standard leads – naturally occurring radioactive materials NORM
The usual saying – a salt or a pepper spray was used perhaps in the eyes of judge in the past COMMONASSAULT
They came after The Empire with lots of money found in the foreign chamber COMMONWEALTHS
Turns up, no parking in April in old European capital LIRA
Verbal row at dance leads to one being hit with a stick CUEBALL
What’s the point in saying you got me there clever clogs! TOUCHE
When it’s not right, grammatically speaking, human error is its cause COMMONMISTAKE
Wild grain around undulating summit is capable of blowing someone away AIRGUN

Irish Times Crosaire Crossword Answers – Dec 1 2017

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Calm down going around set-piece battle SETTLE
Comes down time and time again as to how the space cadets return to earth REENTRIES
Crushed West Indian type gives everything to Ginger ALLSPICE
Going back, it’s a local pickle Hara has got himself into with that old Prince MAHARAJA
Grounds for reviewing development authority consumed by lewd material that’s endless STADIUMS
I am going to jog memory at the youth centre and ad-lib IMPROMPTU
Lead time is no trouble to make jokes about TEASE
Leaves high and dry in a place in Cork on backroads? ABANDONS
Leaves in the lurch to manage old French money for heavyweight RUNSOUTON
Looking back, stage includes passage south of summits and that’s good news GOSPEL
Make use of flora left out by the post – it’s what unemployed gardener might do APPLYFORAJOB
Marginal correction is disturbing ALARMING
Not the same in The Gulf DIFFERENTIAL
Not wrong for nothing? Okay! RIGHTO
Offering a supply of oil, is Eliot ever wrong? OLIVETREE
Opening for The Aviator – broadcasts from March AIRSPACE
Party for Buy and Sell is a target for what one will do in 11 down LABOURMARKET
Praetorian guard takes off, departing for light show AURORA
Pressure on traveller to open bottle with corkscrew in the middle of readings from Solomon PROVERBS
Raise problem in stand ARISE
Rare crustacean lets go of tuna SCARCE
Representative centres of Official Unionist cynicism ICONIC
South Africa loses touch with hunting expedition SAFARI
Suggest old number for the bank to phone in the end OPINE
Superwoman has no nose for preparatory exercise WARMUP
Tailing criminal by car for person in lawsuit LITIGANT
Transport gets green light coming off ship CARGO
Very little to link it to the mood, politically speaking, as it only covers conditions locally MICROCLIMATE

Irish Times Crosaire Crossword Answers – Nov 30 2017

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A science institute in Korea developed by native Australian KOALABEAR
A stint whipping up damages TAINTS
Blots on the landscape leads to types of surveillances on raw materials EYESORES
Canons caught ceremony at academy CRITERIA
Chop up trees in organic compound ESTER
Cooperative is prepared to cover workers from academy AMENABLE
Copyright niggles those secretive computer types CACHES
Express dissatisfaction with corrupt Milan cop COMPLAIN
Has done more than most to change the course for what’s on television in the sticks REMOTE
Heal or cure in Asian city LAHORE
Hospital worker fabricated report by looking after the small charges NURSEMAID
Immaculate ocean liner collecting harvest from India, leaves Spain SPICKANDSPAN
In retrospect, time delay conceals something to keep you focused on time in the abbey school GLENSTAL
It upsets English honour by writing to the board TIMBER
It’s cream crackers for one of those baking in a kiln CERAMIST
Lough Neagh and surrounding area is a major tourist attraction for the neighbours LAKEDISTRICT
Make a note of show for Aberdeen terrier ENTER
Medic is not good with the discipline DRILL
No gins in Singapore for the drinking song presumably in La Traviata OPERA
Passage on apparition is far from the full view TUNNELVISION
Popular police department outlets missing the first clashes INCIDENTS
Regent is foolish with one of the committees STEERING
Risks him playing with The Clash? SKIRMISH
Sounds like something you’d listen to on a record is close to Elbow? BESIDE
Standing up to the man of the cloth? That one is bound to have a fit! TAILORSDUMMY
States there is nothing in crime and corruption VOICES
Strips, retiring and closing eyes, drops off SLEEPS
Take advantage of what you might get from The Bar for early morning delivery MILKROUND