Irish Times Crosaire – Jan 20 2021

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A French regiment up river unwind UNREEL
A judge from the past takes over the meeting – it’s handy when one is sitting ARMCHAIR
A little off potentially in Shetland, for example PONY
Characters in Jumbo got away from country’s capital BOGOTA
Clearing cellar at home is back breaking VAULTING
Clumsily saw hairline crack at the edges HACK
Difficult for daughters to throw out guest HARD
Dig by summit is slow showing off those objects used for party drinks PUNCHBOWLS
Heartless Duce and military force surrounded at diplomatic mission DELEGATION
Holy man consumed by parish jazz musicians HARPISTS
Hooligan from Split is on holiday TEARAWAY
Joy and George take drugs from skinhead with magic mushrooms perhaps FUNGUSES
Measure the depth and ample proportions for Trim accommodation FATHOM
Mention a play to recommend NOMINATE
Pass Mark and Earl going by car TICKET
Ration out cook’s local tea ALLOCATE
Roman novel in 1 down – for the most part accommodating members of the establishment perhaps in the country MANORHOUSE
Safeguard wild, ripe cotton PROTECTION
Saunter out around lake with a number of those who aren’t committed either way NEUTRALS
Shock with content of fascist unorthodoxy STUN
Spot prize ultimately for a gent ESPY
Submissive type briefly finds uplifting place for get-together MEETUP
Summer treats back for those in Chinese Cinema ICES
Takes advantage of surprise opening for a number of families HOUSES
The gathering of nets from coastlines SOCIAL
Throwaway lines from The Undertones on stage ASIDES
Tin from Atlantis produced by Greek with the world on his shoulders ATLAS
You’ve probably heard this locally, in a manner of speaking ENGLISHLANGUAGE

Irish Times Crosaire – Jan 19 2021

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A signal to pick up a Dior dress RADIO
A stalker of The Animals and Teardrop Explodes PREDATOR
As a rule, Molly ran organisation NORMALLY
Blind panic on first tee leads to inaccuracy TERROR
Clare consumes starters as near as possible to finger food CANAPE
Cold, beastly type cut back support to woman covering staff leading artillery regiment POLARBEAR
Come across recording on The Blues TRACKDOWN
Conservative teacher retires from institute and school in The Emergency CRISIS
Costa Rican neighbour, a worker from press agency, retires completely PANAMA
Eco-friendly grasses on local types employed in the nursery GREENFINGERS
Got pregnant after being unwell and it wasn’t planned with any great thought ILLCONCEIVED
Grant said yes to Trim? AGREE
Group of musicians presumably familiar with the beat? GARDABAND
Ill at ease with writing in The Outsider STRANGER
Inadvisable to remove basil or move into other parts of the plot INVADE
Jasper is not part of practical jokes in Manhattan? COCKTAIL
Man in The Robe heading off in pursuit of place to noisily put down PLONK
Not the first pointer tightly defined NARROW
One member of overseas Special Forces nearly gets drunk at The Tap – it holds the ship up! SEAWATER
One of those on The Screen from Rising, Revenue Commissioners and old police force CURSOR
Pity an oddball following, for example, one of those in Africa EGYPTIAN
Quarrel is over writing that will give one the heebie-jeebies FRIGHT
Reply to ancestor’s missing sons REACT
Ridiculous rate for taking in doctor from hospital ward where one keeps the bodies in the mortuary REFRIGERATOR
Serves up vegetable range mostly from recipe and pass out KEELOVER
They appreciate 22 across, for instance, in the audience CONCERTGOERS
Uncork for heartless Count? Port from free bar presumably! OPENTOALL
Without a joint, it won’t have you in stitches SEAMLESS

Irish Times Crosaire – Jan 18 2021

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A relative consumed by grass is well presented REASONED
Amidst unpatriotic group of musicians TRIO
An expert on the earthy physical features, for example, reflected on top of chart in hospital GEOGRAPHER
Burden of bank’s damage control protocol on reflection LOAD
Butcher’s meat – is it from apes? IMITATES
Frank left at the end of therapy in good faith? HONESTLY
Frenchman in scientist’s place of work is one of Mary’s followers LAMB
Helen, Pat, Rocky and Jumbo ELEPHANT
Hesitantly drops this in an orderly fashion NEATLY
Important person on the drink in Tokyo has the same signature as Louis XIII, for example? NAMESAKE
In France, I find a month in summer is descriptively not interesting JEJUNE
Iodine found in organic material around river employed in the print shop in the past COMPOSITOR
Knocked back drink and healthy sides in The Laurels TROPHY
Make an impression on racist released by architects ETCH
No tea in Free State to brew FESTER
No toilets in petrol station for the customer PATRON
Old European capital overlooking popular lake that’s untouched ORIGINAL
One drawing the short straw perhaps gets weekend in Chester mobile SKETCHER
Peacekeeper on diet cooked ray contrary to house rules UNPARLIAMENTARY
Religious type takes head off bank employer for working with The Stones JEWELLER
Risky flipping call from schoolteachers HEADS
Run a risk with a feature of the roof around back of the stadium GAMBLE
Shogun’s missing son is Flood? GUSH
Shy cop cooked course for disturbed person PSYCHOPATH
Teacher loses the plot, in the agricultural sense ACRE
Teenagers set off to get someone’s goat ENRAGE
Terrain off Mediterranean provides a base? DEMEAN
Type of fluidity in the Spanish sparking wine from Barcelona, for instance ELASTICITY

Irish Times Crosaire – Jan 16 2021

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Address Head of Induction in gym going to youth centre in the surrounding area PURLIEU
All sides today physically fit SOUND
Bang from smoking gun is popular and great, as it cuts down on the pollution we hear SOUNDPROOFING
Channel synonymous with The House Government-speak GUTTER
Competitor doesn’t take Metro – it’s a talking point TOPIC
Dated revolutionary in gang employed by security firm to keep others out PADLOCK
Decorator working in the bakery as a musician PIPER
Driver’s aid held up by streetlight TEE
Dust mop misses spot of clay MUD
First victim in list from the Bastille ABEL
Foreign Republicans recall memory of wholesale slaughter POGROM
Found in semolina, antibiotics and bread NAAN
Get rid of what’s concealed in deciduous trees OUST
Getting the show on the road contrary to what’s in 28 down OPENING
Good luck to choir performing around middle of the week CHEERIO
Ham wrapped in 21 down? OVERACT
In The Sixth Sense work out composer from motion pictures INTUIT
It’s plausible from Brogan bizarrely in papers, as it’s intended to test public opinion SOUNDINGBOARD
It’s reliable to bake ham later – that’s what someone seriously worried would do for notice SOUNDTHEALARM
Louts travelling on back of barge make a mess of the locks TOUSLE
Model unable to get close to stage with heavenly bodies NEBULAE
Neighbours from Ring in American city coming back from Canadian Territory YUKON
Outcome of keeping an eye on type losing the head ENDING
Part of revolutionary solution? No brainer for city on The Rhine! BONN
Picks up a short dark blue telephone that’s not finished in an ideal state NIRVANA
Picks up an aid for drivers from Formula One – essential for those looking to go up a gear or two FEET
Seafront has no soft bank EARN
Sides of shoulder, loin and piece of beef SHIN
Sing one’s own praises backing, for the most part, intros for Herbie, Iggy, Donovan and one of The Hothouse Flowers ORCHID
Some upsetting ruffians in Babe in the Woods? NAIF
Take steps to remove nose from Concord? ACT
The screening for the old troops of The Roman Tortoise? TESTUDO
Trendy hot drink to go with ultimate starter – handy for anyone who needs a breather INHALER
Type of salt consumed by vegetarians TAR
Unique introduction in Caruso medley is disturbing loud for the listeners RAUCOUS
Voice in Greene novel at the station is responsible for keeping the auditors happy SOUNDENGINEER
Well-informed precious type with footballers in centre of the pitch AUFAIT
Wine to shift in big village local? TOWNIE

Irish Times Crosaire – Jan 15 2021

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A shed I’ve built with stuff that sticks ADHESIVE
A tenor restrained by wireless recording introduction? That’s bound to get heated! RADIATOR
Blathers on foolishly about unit with five soldiers PRIVATES
Bookish type critically examined in the daily investigation by police from Yard REVIEWCOPY
Captivated by a fiend’s cat? Weird! FASCINATED
Digs up metal found in, for example, iodine from fire IGNITE
Doing a job in the fields heading off to work with horses HOEING
Drink from Russia initially produced in Split TEARUP
Eccentric offering two types of drugs CRACKPOT
Employed by 25 across in forge DOCTOR
Ignores a butcher’s catalogue ORGANISE
Knocks around one of the beams on an aeroplane SPAR
Leave a lasting impression with what’s in sweet chestnuts ETCH
Medical Examiner in America embraces type of vaccine in confidence MORALE
Mike admits attacking the reputation of leaders from Holland by describing one of those in charge of 6 down MATRONLIKE
Most of the old salt in Polish resort is bound to make you feel better HOSPITAL
Most of those in 9 across and 25 across claim for this on health insurance PRIVATEHOSPITAL
Odd chore for shady type OCHRE
Public house boozer starting to slur BARB
Put in the picture on both sides of ten dollar bill TELL
Refuse the little ones among the boxers LITTER
Retires to get away from hothead at the top of the class with school timetable SCHEDULE
Small track by Sid Vicious from the heart is no good SIDING
Some society ball recalled from bit of memory BYTE
State of new engineer – a supporter of female music synonymous with Jamaica NEBRASKA
Strike across the board with decorators out BASH
Those working in the theatre producing Three Sisters, for instance NURSES
Turns up, paramilitaries from Ireland start to tape and record petition to higher court Certiorari

Irish Times Crosaire – Jan 14 2021

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10,9,8,7,6,5,4,3,2,1 = 1,250? TENTOONE
A general rule covering new equipment produced by a major employer CANNON
About to join model put out by the curators again REEXHIBIT
Clip of Nirvana in lift? HEAVE
Delivered by middle of September, order to a primitive lad’s home perhaps BORNEO
English Times has leaderless column with a sentence that’s obviously political EXILE
Finish work in Mayo and go on holiday KNOCKOFF
Fudge by old party consumed by golf supporter, of course? TOFFEE
Go overseas for legal action covering beach bum? SWIMSUIT
Got together to search everywhere around at home COMBINED
Has natural ability to nose? INSTINCT
Head barman opening for office party returning back from 24 across, for example, only if it’s worth the risk AGOODBET
Local diamonds sourced from China originally by cool type during the summer ICETEA
Local drunk has a habit of going missing when it’s his round presumably TIGHT
Master is speechless OVERCOME
Old tape playing contains single produced by The Chemical Brothers perhaps OPIATE
Outs a pilot not getting lots of more work? UTOPIA
Primate leaves prayer meeting with enthusiasm ENERGY
Produced sketches for The Family – is that what the count did? DREWBLOOD
Relative caught with the most important parts of something gutted in fish? MACKERELS
Season for making beer and for feeding animals WINTERBARLEY
Sets-up old partner with one means of broadcasting from island – it’s an obsession IDEEFIXE
Sweet starters sold primarily out of necessity in the canteen DESSERTSPOON
Take another cut out of desperate dieter REEDIT
Those involved in court proceedings produced a range of large cocktails with a number of spirits MIXEDDOUBLES
Unfinished Dublin hospital in the valley close to The Hill? COOMB
Unstable Roman centres of protest REMONSTRANCE
Worry about key English chain making hot drinks CAFETIERE

Irish Times Crosaire – Jan 13 2021

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A Blues fan at someone’s disposal USABLE
Abandoned in The House by a socialist LEFTWING
An overseas hazard for those involved in December getaway BERG
Clip of The Omen characters with distinctive marks SIGNATURES
Convict at one time lost toe INMATE
Cuts by paper’s editor lacking balance LOPSIDED
Follows Robin Ring around for a bit of devilment HOODOO
Gear that’s essential for a cast TACKLE
Head of department isn’t finished with master MANAGE
Ill at ease daydreaming, missing Miranda EDGY
Last of the sauce opened up in a Bandon takeaway EVACUATE
Most of 11 across following 1 down with John Hancock, the one that’s not genuine FORGEDSIGNATURE
No ability to ignore leading American patricians NOBILITY
Octave or movement from Ulster, the type that’s worn out? OVERCOAT
One comical show-off never wastes a laugh presumably ECONOMICAL
One who knows the merit of what’s involved in detailed price primarily for admission to The Hill VALUATOR
Opens 20 across from the rear BACK
Put up with closing time in public house BEAR
Recreated Edward Hopper’s Nighthawks in Old Penny Smith’s place from the start FORGED
Rocky Guy admits Central Ireland is not much to look at UGLY
Runner welcoming exposure is a public exponent of The Strip STREAKER
Sick characters welcome heroic blockbusters sold to those with a mountain to climb ICEPICKS
Sickening without Ken’s topping ICING
Stood in awe of what’s in spread or editorial ADORED
The joker from No 10 CARD
Visionary is in charge of what’s been produced by Tomorrow’s World FUTURISTIC
Weekend in revolutionary Cuba playing the lead or support? BACKUP
Where you might put the chalk in the snooker club for the perfect moment RIGHTONCUE

Irish Times Crosaire – Jan 12 2021

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Anger at work in the autumn in New York as one is employed to keep out bugs FIREWALL
Arguments after rugby match tending to set precedents in relation to those on the bench TESTCASES
Best possible result at university for one who is practically hard to please IDEALIST
Bring Joy to Spain after the deadline ELATE
Crackers to go with starters of raita in deli in European capital MADRID
Do come off main road for harbour MARINA
Dramatise for President of Ireland presumably OVERSTATE
Finish Le Mans getting clipped by English leader going the wrong way ENAMEL
Flying in the face of danger, swoop down on type of pike first of all, burning on my barbecue DIVEBOMB
Foreign dish with pearl barley? A Bandon berry! PAELLA
Incident in a party atmosphere AFFAIR
Indirect reference to everyone from America at the heart of espionage ALLUSION
It’s not important to women from Panama, in any case NOMATTERWHAT
Judge again is about to take a boat from Spain around seas REASSESS
Not wrong about father with single rival in Ring OPPONENT
One of those notions you’d associate with 16 down is perfect IDEAL
Outspoken report produced in old European capital FRANC
Parties to bar elections all over the place CELEBRATIONS
Person having fling is always acting the maggot perhaps TYPECAST
Put to work by mate in Lebanon close to the money with something that is idiot-proof USERFRIENDLY
Sailor in Visitor Centre of Andorra is a lady’s man from 1 across CABALLERO
Sounds like advice to put that woman in The Picture as the bank official TELLER
Take a hike in casual clobber that goes with one shirt BEATIT
The Fleet’s na?ve drunk on bender NAVIES
The key woman in Mountjoy PRISONWARDER
The type of economics that leads to blockade? SIEGE
These neat cocktails from house in Dublin THESENATE
Threatening criminal came in at the end of altercation with force MENACING

Irish Times Crosaire – Jan 11 2021

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‘Broadcast switch found in part of The Clock’ – Monday’s issue, it’s said FAIROFFACE
A retweet from speed merchants selling forgeries to crafty types perhaps ARTDEALERS
Add more colour than is required over egg? EXAGGERATE
American principal takes class briefly with characters – the type particularly good at mathematics AHEADFORFIGURES
Angelic figure from revolutionary Russia starting to break CHERUB
Annoying situation as big cheese on starter of antipasti isn’t finished? Take a mouthful! HEADACHE
Audition leading thespians ahead of unit going to Belgium – and in that, you will find your solution perhaps? TESTTUBE
Become greater with a sincere appraisal INCREASE
Blown fuse found in university – how handy is that? USEFUL
Expanse of marl dug out of Lombardy BODY
Felt hat he removed from forehead FEDORA
Go away with reportedly Sonny on holiday CLEAROFF
Got along with party after hearing hotel worker MADEDO
Irishman in Bundesliga eleven GAEL
It’s what many people get up to in Clare? That’s genuine! CEREAL
Jazz hour in South Dakota? Around one of those getting waked! SHROUD
Nights out around Utah when business is in the process of closing down SHUTTING
On the telephone? Kurt Blunt! TERSE
Quite familiar with American university and institute in Greece it’s said AUFAIT
Roaming without man of Italian race GIRO
Sample of the natural gases found in seaweed ALGA
Some laidback incumbent sacked by the players? CAST
Stop crossing Swords with everyone taken in by accountant offering a temporarily break from troubles CALLATRUCE
Top dog to back for all the characters ALPHABET
Troubles supremacists stamping out racism? UPSETS
Turns up, kind of mail sent to accommodation around Offaly town is egregious TERRIBLE
Wayward angel crosses leaders generally under arrest, in a manner of speaking LANGUAGE
Wined and dined setting up Fourth of July challenge DEFY

Irish Times Crosaire – Jan 9 2021

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A big fan of Irish teachers INTO
A retweet last month from circle employed in 30s by stylists ARTDECO
Affirmative action from rising Mafia leader NOD
American gets endless new greenbacks mostly produced by plant ANEMONE
Approved of order for cocktail primarily with ale that changed colour with no head OKAYED
Brutal unpleasant smell near area in public house INHUMAN
Bug women’s institute over foremost orange used in puddings TAPIOCA
Characters videotaped a lobster from pleasure boat PEDALO
Frank in middle age is getting the show off the ground OPENING
Get going without it for Christmas drink EGGNOG
Go away after Ita returns? You often hear this when one is allergic to one’s surroundings! ATISHOO
Hillary is out of Caerphilly for the mushroom sauce CEP
It’s a troublesome task for Oscar, being highly strung losing vote ONEROUS
It’s nonsense to say I do the laundry EYEWASH
Leave unfinished stout by type of arch GOTHIC
Leitrim is on the Fermanagh border next door to Tyrone? COUNTYDONEGAL
Local authority is down on advisory body COUNTYCOUNCIL
Maintains order in Garda station for summit POLICES
Most of 3 down initially forthright in an overly trusting way NAIF
No point to deception? I’ll give you that! CEDE
Of course, that lot on stag party can never say no YESMEN
Only on two sides today in Dublin, for example COUNTY
Serb leaves Sorbonne in the middle of the day NOON
Show off both sides on forty-ninth parallel to family member FLAUNT
Sign of the things to come raised in Bournemouth OMEN
Sobers up giving a miss to pub popular with wine lovers during the summer ROSES
Square with English nobleman briefly put out by the crow’s living on the plains TEPEE
Suggest, in spite of not getting fine? POSIT
Sum up those starting on all sides today COUNT
Supporter in the frame for losing top info provided by spies LINTEL
Tenerife court action by one local making bread illegally? COUNTERFEITER
The extremes of revolutionary liberation theologian gets hammered NAIL
The whistle-blowers of prime suspect in America UMPIRES
Those in Los Angeles with form? GEL
Time in car coming up from outback? GMT
Uplifting characters from Unforgiven, Rawhide and Sound the Alarm WARN
What one might need to do to lighten up plan for one going through a lean period COUNTCALORIES
What’s the incentive for supplier losing pile? SPUR