The Telegraph – CRYPTIC CROSSWORD NO: 28,947 – Jan 14 2019

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Articulate head of faculty advanced round universityFLUENT
Copy perplexed clientsSTENCIL
Daughter is wrong to twistDISTORT
Farewell drink upset over oneADIOS
Foolish behaviour from canon’s ensembleNONSENSE
Friendly — a fine following leading up to itAFFABLE
Group of actors in rep, out swimmingTROUPE
Have influencePOSSESS
Incline to include leader of revolution in fashionTREND
Interesting story in a memo about English recordingANECDOTE
Masquerade as Dr Seuss briefly playing pianoDRESSUP
Meissen smashed in retributionNEMESIS
Offences involving grand gesturesSIGNS
Photograph of game killed?SNAPSHOT
Piece of music from a shop that’s out of place in road close to PiccadillyRHAPSODY
Poke one’s nose in and enter if upset about queenINTERFERE
Really, desert must contain nutrientsFORGOODNESSSAKE
Regarding organ in school studyRESEARCH
Signify supportSTANDFOR
Small aquatic bird in back of boat?STERN
Spin doctor’s last to eat sloppilyROTATE
Story given by soldier, mostly story female deniedPARABLE
Supervise extra hunt, kilo missingOVERSEE
Those I’m worried about love drinkSMOOTHIE
Turn red, initially, in Mediterranean countrySPRAIN
Unable to work normally, no longer having officer status?OUTOFCOMMISSION
Unaccompanied, the Parisian up on top of EigerALONE
Vessel, shipshape, going by group of islands off IrelandTRIMARAN
Wild at charges, so get in this way?GATECRASH
Worth millions, bore after revolutionMERIT

The Telegraph – CRYPTIC CROSSWORD NO: 28,946 – Jan 12 2019

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About five kilometres for the unionLEAGUE
At sea, I’ll float fleetFLOTILLA
Brother’s ring seen underneath instrumentHARPO
Calm down quickly if capturedPACIFY
Complicated trade with company offering particular styleARTDECO
Genuine sportsman staunchly faithfulTRUEBLUE
Influence loud performerFACTOR
Kind of blue? One follows in leader’s planeAIRFORCE
Lady the lender housesHELEN
Meal to take outPICNIC
New York perhaps withholding drug — trendy drugSTATIN
One might guard female captured by flierBEEFEATER
Power over living club officialPRESIDENT
Powerful man having his way in London?REGENTSTREET
Shop without obligation?DUTYFREE
Short protest about sailor turning politicianDEMOCRAT
Short-term worker not on time to produce patternTEMPLATE
Small amount, nearly all, everythingTOTAL
Stout upended over cheese is silky stuffTAFFETA
Sucker’s target?BULLSEYE
Supports two old railway expertsPAIROFBRACES
Talent cur misused, not being willingRELUCTANT
The last thing maths lecturer might doSUMUP
Thief left fire-raiser, reportedlyLARCENIST
Tongue that’s used to make things shinyPOLISH
Type of fiend that’s found outsideFRESHAIR
Walk short way then go on horsebackSTRIDE
We backed abandoning the wrong crowdTHRONG

The Telegraph – CRYPTIC CROSSWORD NO: 28,945 – Jan 11 2019

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‘Tom ended drunk’, copper intervening put down on paperDOCUMENTED
A dad with the twitching complaint disinclined to actAPATHETIC
A party with sailors below deckADORN
Bad feeling when there’s destruction aboutMOOD
Believe in nothing and waste away?OPINE
Competition between two close teams in pub west of cityLOCALDERBY
Composer’s sound inclinationLIST
Girl and boy admitting current attempt to withhold truth?EVASION
Heading for shelter in city mostly torn apart by conflictLEEWARD
Illegal traveller taking a route east of Gloucestershire townSTOWAWAY
Jack joins member of family for a tripJAUNT
Manchester has this top fellow on stageLEADINGMAN
Merit of some Parisian bottle unopenedDESERVE
Model soldier to travel northPARAGON
New orchestra that has pulling powerCARTHORSE
Odd crew at sea, crampedCROWDED
Off the wall, but not entirely without reasonOUTRE
One sister of Beth in British university, small and elegantBIJOU
Put up with big, unending embrace that’s painful?BEARHUG
Rise and fall of baddy from ‘ereCADENCE
Session certain to make one enthralledSPELLBOUND
Silly South American country running short of energy and foodCHILDISH
Superior crackpot, fellow on paper maybe not mentionedUnuttered
Take revenge to avoid an odd outcome?GETEVEN
Taking part in debate, a marvellous group of top peopleATEAM
The foreign female OK as an immigrant?LEGAL
The time one’s arranged to meetDATE
The wren, regularly disappearing birdTERN
University type had to be sent down after a drug bustGRADUATE
Vehicle belonging to artist on front of mansion gets barbarous treatmentVANDALISM
What may be flowering in season — nitrogen not neededSPRIG
What terrible left-winger outside Parliament finally gets stopped?THWARTED

The Telegraph – CRYPTIC CROSSWORD NO: 28,944 – Jan 10 2019

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… bust of Nietzsche’s Trampedach!CHEST
Absurd when one is followed by quite a few moreASININE
Apparent poverty trapsOVERT
Attractive area — extremely quiet London regionAPPEALING
Banking controller one suffering at workAILERON
City diary ends in unforgettable poemECLOGUE
Cleaner has mop, shuffling roundSHAMPOO
Composer admitting small sin to French kingROSSINI
Creature’s terrible noise round a lakeSEALION
Delay prisoner, holding up prison sentence?TIMELAG
Dull film with cute alien in coppiceTHICKET
Evil daughter has come in sozzledDEMONIC
Force prisoners to exerciseCONSTRAIN
Fur essential covering chest overMUSKRAT
Hidden clue here will be …CRYPTIC
I love wearing stupid expressionIDIOM
Is obliged to interrupt gym periodPHASE
Marsupial has big problem crossing riverOPOSSUM
Mild mid-evening in days before EasterLENIENT
Painter needs to chat girl upRAPHAEL
Physicist caught following criminal raidDIRAC
Rep tensed, relaxed, delivered pitch?PRESENTED
Republican worried about man shot again?RETAKEN
Resin down there in pouchSHELLAC
Rock on radio for immature six-footer?LARVA
Spectacle taking long time in food storePAGEANTRY
Strong flavour before wrapping in citrus fruitTANGERINE
Sullen, low and deplorably gutlessMOODY
This weave includes leaning lines primarilyTWILL
Understaffed editor dispensed with rapid writingSHORTHAND
Vibration from terrible snore can start to echoRESONANCE
Why lovers love scientific discipline?CHEMISTRY

The Telegraph – CRYPTIC CROSSWORD NO: 28,941 – Jan 7 2019

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Autocratic leader runs into considerable troubleBIGBROTHER
Bank calling me awayTIER
Book is on units of heredityGENESIS
Club member in register managed to get one insideROTARIAN
Conservative blocking amendment causes heated disputeALTERCATION
Foremost of directors study fearDREAD
Heartless guy, pinching bottom, makes one crossGRUMPY
In serious difficulty contending with ItalianUPAGAINSTIT
Leading parade miles awayARCH
Like people’s first charter?PLEASE
Make a face? Brit, grotesquelyFABRICATE
Not a bona fide competitor in the arms race?GUNRUNNER
Opposed to substantial housesANTI
Powerful state embracing the Spanish songHOTELCALIFORNIA
Praise article on socially acceptable male drugLAUDANUM
Problem children matterISSUE
Remain involved in Hitchcock filmMARNIE
Reportedly purchase extraBYE
Resigns from partnerships in writingSTANDSDOWN
Ruined, stained across front of pantsSPOILED
Sent a Defoe novel, and one by SteinbeckEASTOFEDEN
Show disapproval about Northern Ireland bishop’s mock titleHISNIBS
Small notice over head brings sorrowSADNESS
Star on the rocks? Not quiteSUN
Stop row involving Greek characterDETAIN
Take this to heed short messageNOTE
We, in refurbished snack bar, reply impertinentlyANSWERBACK
What one must do with litter to redeem a bad situation?PICKUPTHEPIECES

The Telegraph – CRYPTIC CROSSWORD NO: 28,939 – Jan 4 2019

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Acting group, one kept in as punishment and reprimandedCASTIGATED
Alcoholic drink — team will need transportSIDECAR
Artist with tricky class — naughty boys?RASCALS
Aussie animals taking time to settleROOST
Awfully nice, she is from an Asian countryCHINESE
Buck perhaps wanting maiden — or many maidens!HAREM
Child falling over ending in the ditchDIKE
Child finally restrained by troubled mother in Norwegian cityTRONDHEIM
Copper is a good one who may wave his hands about?CONDUCTOR
Country activity very much associated with ancient dynastyFARMING
Craftsperson one mum and lad spotted at side of streetSTONEMASON
Fare always covers this zoneAREA
Farm animal left to find coverCOWL
Fellow in charge supporting rising celebrityFOREMAN
Football team with its colour becoming muckyMANURED
Goddess making a mister naughtyARTEMIS
Had a drink and complained audiblyWINED
He’s abandoning hospital with leap, the one getting awayESCAPER
It certainly doesn’t sound like her sort of songHYMN
It’s excellent of the French to provide assistantsAIDES
Little boy will sit in nearly all these seatsTHRONES
Monster in heap of straw getting at foodCOCKATRICE
Not stupid when collecting silver — it is very popularALLTHERAGE
Outstanding Christian organisation to depend on holy booksSALIENT
Partner from Amsterdam?DUTCH
Religious woman that is seen joining saint in crowdPRIESTESS
Sage put out becomes aloofUPSTAGE
Set down cheap drinkPLONK
Trees in curved formations by lakeLARCHES
Tumble down the ski slopes maybe for teatime treat?SWISSROLL
Wanting lots of food — no good being very thin!REEDY
What’s not entirely exciting a person who yawns?GAPER

The Telegraph – CRYPTIC CROSSWORD NO: 28,938 – Jan 3 2019

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Admit being unsettled with US venueSTADIUM
Article is about a group of countriesASIA
Barely one month before drink with friendMARGINALLY
Circuitous flight?SPIRALSTAIRCASE
Command soldiers on base to capture Russian aeroplane from the southREGIME
Dejection from shoddy gear yours truly gained in cost reductionDISCOURAGEMENT
Delicate material sags more easilyGOSSAMER
Everyone needs help answering question: are Douglas et al on mainland? (2,3,2,2,6)NOMANISANISLAND
Frenchman with scarf on rambling around islandFRANCOIS
Get up when caught on objectASCEND
Join footballers setting up equipment for goalsFASTEN
Lying low after Charlie gets rebukeCHIDING
Male in one card game showing restlessnessIMPATIENCE
New article, about two pages on European mercantile vesselTEACLIPPER
Not totally pristine, current carMINI
Old flame, rich modelEXAMPLE
Over European capital, note Japanese craftORIGAMI
Personnel involved in opening of sea urchins and crustaceansSHRIMPS
Poet’s old verse on papersOVID
Roll in bistro’s terribleROSTER
Second rat reported and more in orderSTRAIGHTER
Strongman Capes, perhaps, smothers head of torch that’s alightGETOFF
Suffered setback regarding drink and speed regularly takenRELAPSED
Take out tieDRAW
Take up gamble in one choice of roulette bet for important gameDECIDER
That’s spoken greeting headHIGHNESS
Vacancies: fifty in financial institutionsBLANKS
Words fail me, soap not a broadcast giving insightful advicePEARLSOFWISDOM

The Telegraph – CRYPTIC CROSSWORD NO: 28,937 – Jan 2 2019

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A decent chap, mostly chasing fine materialFABRIC
African country losing love for a danceCONGA
Artist’s second record admitted by criminal courtSCULPTOR
Bad spellers test patience of this cityCOVENTRY
Barred areas for young song writer in case of processPLAYPENS
Cleaner reprimands person in tearsCARPETSWEEPER
Delighted journalist after having seen story rejectedELATED
Demote European envoy after resistanceRELEGATE
Element that’s key on horseCOBALT
Horses needed by rag-and-bone men crossing riverTROTTERS
Humble a graduate — she has no heartABASE
Legal case covering university saleAUCTION
Like a monarch — one with answer for badges of officeREGALIA
Lively pub’s motto offering cheersBOTTOMSUP
New foal ready for a long drinkYARDOFALE
New money will cover firm for financial systemECONOMY
No reply from this worker is out of the questionYESMAN
People well-placed in the race for gold?RUNNERSUP
Powerful traditions constrain such an extremistULTRA
Prince with no crown must protect the empty blood lineARTERY
Rent, with advance sale collapsing on beginning of exchangeSUBLEASE
Rough rows in churchCOARSE
Sing the praises of former tax cutEXTOL
Spend some money on getting a gripPURCHASE
Steps up, being formerly involved in unusual casesESCALATES
Stick out for a planned undertakingPROJECT
Teachers seeing riddles initially dismissedTRAINERS
Test part of door alarmedORAL
Throw out leader ducking mediaeval tournamentOUST
Words of love now — he’s setting outSWEETNOTHINGS

The Telegraph – CRYPTIC CROSSWORD NO: 28,936 – Jan 1 2019

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A little Latin, or second language of oldNORSE
A river still spectacularARRESTING
Almost everything confiscated by officer, it is mineCOALPIT
Attack creatures of the night from belowSTAB
Breakfast show broadcast?CEREAL
Business done, upsetTURNOVER
Cleaning product put off manDETERGENT
Complex ‘neath southern capital cityATHENS
Cook in a large AfricanALGERIAN
Dark-haired beast about to scoreBRUNETTE
Discussed place in church for convertALTER
Disease affecting dog hair good in cat hair, perhapsMANGE
Flies daring to tuck into cabbage and broccoli etcGREENBOTTLES
Fruit no crossword setter likes, initially sent overLEMON
Game of chance allowed to get in the wayROULETTE
Inspector very sour for a changeSURVEYOR
Large bird once confused with sealCONSIDERABLE
Last of sugar in a possible sweetADORABLE
Looking back, quote work in versePOETIC
Nick parties, going regularlyPRISON
One of the first leaves piglet ate, poisonousTITLEPAGE
Painter — very important person inspires oneTITIAN
Popular viewpoint, for exampleINSTANCE
Principally sensational, except when dullSUNLESS
Red firstCARDINAL
Revealing study, Tory guttedSCANTY
Sprinter’s beginning to catch dawdlerSNAIL
Start knotting giant tiesINSTIGATE
Text without padding encapsulating insignificant messageTWEET
Utter brilliance from Bolshoi Ballet, all concludingEMIT