Irish Times Crosaire – Nov 30 2020

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Clues Answers
Anticipate former boxer grabbing head of champ EXPECT
Bank’s money for old rope produced by pessimist MOPE
Bit of gloomy thought in allegory MYTH
Drink consumed by Michael Attenborough LATTE
Extremely worried by freight travelling with leads, nitrates, explosives, dynamite FRIGHTENED
Flick over welcome mat concealing note MEMO
For those taking steps to take head off inflated type blown-up in football? LADDER
Freedom of movement in US city for flighty type heading off with guy LATITUDE
Heavenly type at foundation gets their report on American city back ETHEREAL
It’s said in passing for notice OBITUARY
Lodge in church academy has rented accommodation CHALET
Mexican hyssop raised on the borders in Limerick POEM
No boating in Botanical Garden where some people go for their dates CALENDAR
Payment for martinet working with Church REMITTANCE


Clues Answers
Realise a temperature ain’t problematic ATTAIN
Remove Border briefly in 24 across similarly RIPOUT
Remove the impurities by opening Tequila into a trifle mix FILTRATE
Reset switch for old music system STEREO
Run through the doctor’s business, in a manner of speaking! PRACTISE
The missing part of Hamlet’s forceful putdown? SLAM
The people find recent changes preferable for the local gathering COMMUNITYCENTRE
Tip off Pat, Spike and Sally ATTACK
Two officers taking short time out as forecasted by those who know which way the wind is blowing COLDSNAP
Uncompromising Top Secret Review nevertheless delivered STUBBORN
Unfinished instrument has bearing on time in the garden VIOLET
Upsets vocal Shakespearean character in turn REEL
Vehicle cutbacks to make a difference at school for junior military officers SUBALTERNS
Wellington on the French horse leading English regiment is not lacking in spirit, the unofficial type BOOTLEGGER