Crossword 1487

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14 September 2018

By The Revd Michael Callaghan

Across

3 Beginnings of the Welsh indigenous language (3)

9 One engaged in large hospital trust (5)

10 Frank maintains properties (9)

11 Commander that is in farm building with company (7)

12 He comes back after ‘9 to 5’ in city (7)

13 Religious conviction in America (5)

15 Pose, on return, for book (3)

16 Upper-class rector pursues a second romance (5)

17 Lately discovered letter to the Corinthians, we hear (3)

19 Some squirm at the words in gospel (7)

20 Pope removing cape from Lady Dankworth? (3)

22 Indications of bad acts restricting good (5)

23 First lady oddly ignored sea view (3)

24 Prophet about to enter Michigan (5)

26 Priest and old PM briefly meet for idle chatter (7)

28 This may be taken to surpass everything else (7)

31 I clear den out for Björk? (9)

32 Minister opposing one form of transport (5)

33 Character heard in river (3)

 

Down

1 Amphibians left sea? Only some (4)

2 Fruit of pine found in Long Island (6)

3 You, there — that’s not right! (4)

4 Dubious characters put up in Gryffindor (4)

5 Host seen in redesigned sportswear (6,4)

6 Cut letter to the Hebrews (4)

7 Old type of paint incorporates active liquid ingredient (5,3)

8 Jewish heroine’s time in Surrey town (6)

13 Writer’s small enclosure (3)

14 ‘In Rome I am King’, reflected one of its founders (5)

15 Maybe Lord exploits proof of ownership (5,5)

16 A special group of ladies beginning to meet at sea (5)

18 Rug manufacturer, grim and weak, confused (3-5)

21 Angus’s expression of regret over central heating (3)

22 Girl has work accepted by Islamic group (6)

25 Chinese city chaplain in place of worship (6)

27 Catch a horse-drawn cart (4)

28 Composer’s time in prison being announced (4)

29 Keep Left out of Labour (4)

30 To right wrong (4)

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