Irish Times Crosaire Crossword Answers – Oct 29 2018

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"Stewardess kicks out Swedes" – The Sun STAR
Amongst microbes tested in the cream BEST
Approach one of those warming the bench to get the drinks in GOTOTHEBAR
Blast! Short cut goes around motorway BOMB
Build redevelopment with new capital DUBLIN
Confuse uniola at first with wild nettles UNSETTLE
Consumers wind-up those taking drugs ENDUSERS
Feel a bit upset in what’s an irritable spot FLEABITE
Feel bitter about bank’s research department RESENT
Free from interruption on the radio, most of them back out? On the contrary! QUITETHEREVERSE
Hanging around freezing with couple of those in charge of The Spanish Review ICICLE
Hurry up and put your foot down STEPONIT
Joined United? MERGED
Keep this under your hat – it sounds like friar is on holiday TUCKAWAY
Old Wesley is in the red OWES
Olive’s relative from time in school started smoking by holding the ends of the butts ASHTRAYS
Ran away from break-in on the velodrome BIKE
Realise a temperature ain’t problematic ATTAIN
Rested awkwardly in ditch DESERT
Some cartel goes crazy? They’ve missed the boat! LATECOMERS
Some compliments, possible unwelcome, for what one of The Strypes said reportedly to One Direction ATTENTIONS
Spy and detective up to their necks in the plot SEEDS
Take one back for short dress in red REMIND
Too bad for Lincolnshire poacher, for one HARDCHEESE
Useless record about Utah FUTILE
Where one finishes one sentence exactly ONTHEDOT
Women left unwelcome hint CLUE
Women on parish tour with endless crafty lot that could be carriers WARSHIPS

Irish Times Crosaire Crossword Answers – Oct 27 2018

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Bitterness of the last of the sage and wild mint from yard ENMITY
Bottled gas, at best, missing the precious stuff GOLD
Central Massif re-evaluated at no cost FREE
Characters in name of edition reviewed by author synonymous with Friday DEFOE
Drink from bottle in Valparaiso dairy SODA
Drunk old rum I produced in crude container OILDRUM
Endless St Patrick’s Day Parade? That’s the spirit! MARC
Expert team comes back across south Romania MAESTRO
Fishy type of starters with lobsters in ceviche that leaves a pungent aroma on the breath GARLIC
Gangster and doorman missing Roma DON
Genealogist dismisses toenails found in Mayo EGG
Government lied awfully about top departmental cover-up GILDED
In Simplex, a mercurial type of academic challenge EXAM
Inkling of what’s in splendid eatery IDEA
It’s exotic to all sides today FOREIGN
Journalist working overseas is not from this country – that’s one for the books FOREIGNEDITOR
Kind of festival of opera in resort? OPENAIR
Leave behind great trouble on holiday, for starters OUTGROW
Listen secretly, going on ahead after a sound type EARWIG
Mailer is missing from All-American passage synonymous with Venice, for one CANAL
Model a nostalgic bit of style ELAN
No ads in El Salvador by and large OVERALL
Note in a novel by one who got an education in England ETONIAN
Odd menu includes tea with little measure of spice NUTMEG
Paint a model from glossy film PATINA
Poser leaves sour grapes for something sweet SUGAR
Presumably heard at the UN from unfamiliar type, in a manner of speaking FOREIGNACCENT
Scientist associated with Sky had problems with The Sun’s direction perhaps GALILEO
Shy type limps out of Olympics COY
Some abandon a programme for the rest of the afternoon NAP
Sounds like hard luck for peer GAZEAT
Strange coming from 5 down in overseas unit with a number of nationalities FOREIGNLEGION
Teachers have no cash for the children’s playhouse TREE
Think of a Gemini freaking out IMAGINE
Thins soup and gives a taste of what’s to come HINTS
Vast numbers on both sides of legal profession LEGION
What The Tourists are doing is strange with first-time composer FOREIGNTRAVEL
You’ll get this from good wine and wine in box – the type you could give to an Arabian NOSEBAG