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The Hindu Crossword #8562 - 28th Mar 2006

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Across

1 Water-proof hat as protection from a strong wind (9) WORD [EXPLANATION]

5 Work the man left to enquire after (4) WORD [EXPLANATION]

8 What a cat is wont to do when he is pleased with you (3) WORD [EXPLANATION]

9 Company ruse got to punish severely (7) WORD [EXPLANATION]

10 Artificial universal language (3) WORD [EXPLANATION]

11 Play monotonously on an instrument (5) WORD [EXPLANATION]

12 Nation-wide economics (9) WORD [EXPLANATION]

13 Constant visitor or resident (7) WORD [EXPLANATION]

15 Befaults and come after (6) WORD [EXPLANATION]

17 The loner the lady's with in Germany (6) WORD [EXPLANATION]

18 Embraced and nestled together (7) WORD [EXPLANATION]

21 Materialisation of an issue (9) WORD [EXPLANATION]

22 Approves sanction (5) WORD [EXPLANATION]

24 Time just before anything (3) WORD [EXPLANATION]

25 Narrow part connecting two large parts (7) WORD [EXPLANATION]

26 Signed document for acknowledgement of debt (1,1,1) WORD [EXPLANATION]

27 Course of medical treatment (4) WORD [EXPLANATION]

28 What a waiter might do in prison (5,4) WORD [EXPLANATION]

Down

1 Scrape without marking to relieve itching (7) WORD [EXPLANATION]

2 Unlock to open (5) WORD [EXPLANATION]

3 Deceitful pair stood opposite (3-5) WORD [EXPLANATION]

4 Stare right at the most remarkable (6) WORD [EXPLANATION]

5 Now I understand money falls to the floor (3,5,5) WORD [EXPLANATION]

6 Proceeding from God (9) WORD [EXPLANATION]

7 Small tumours with treacle-like ramifications (6) WORD [EXPLANATION]

9 Approximately resembling (9,4) WORD [EXPLANATION]

14 Memorandum of contents (9) WORD [EXPLANATION]

16 Shreiking bird making sensational headlines (8) WORD [EXPLANATION]

17 Made to make a person look taller (6) WORD [EXPLANATION]

19 Heated controversy (7) WORD [EXPLANATION]

20 One tune that joins together (6) WORD [EXPLANATION]

23 A politician making excuse? (5) WORD [EXPLANATION]


The Hindu Crossword #8561 - 27th Mar 2006

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1 Not genuine beaver? (5,5) FALSE BEARD [Direct Clue??]

6 Tough ruffian (4) THUG [Direct Clue??]

9 Short, pithy traditional saying (7) PROVERB [Explanation please??]

10 First-rate money (7) CAPITAL [Explanation please??]

12 Claimed to be of tenths or tens (8) DECIMALS [Direct Clue]

13 Ancient British and Irish alphabet (5) OGHAM [Direct Clue??]

15 Toned to be renowned and famous (5) NOTED [Anag of NOTED]

17 and 21 proceeds from crime? (3,6,5) ILL GOTTEN GAINS [Direct Clue]

19 Telephone offices out of small cash? (9) EXCHANGE [Direct Clue]

21 See 17 across

23 Picture of sexually attractive person (3,2) PIN UP [Direct Clue]

24 Useful acquaintances (8) CONTACTS [Direct Clue]

27 A silly love-maker who mixes up his words initially (7) SPOONER [Explanation please??]

28 Glue put on fire results in oral complaint (7) GUMBOIL [GUM + BOIL]

29 Waves breaking on shore (4) SURF [Direct Clue??]

30 How words should be pronounced clearly (10) DISTINCTLY [Direct Clue]

Down

1 They are excessively concerned with fashion (4) FOPS [Direct Clue??]

2 Most free from restraint (7) LOOSEST [Direct Clue]

3 Fragrant resin of tropical tree (5) ELEMI [Direct Clue??]

4 Making armed enclosure for a loved one (9) EMBRACING [Direct Clue]

5 Aces rightly make for contests for speed (5) RACES [Anag of ACES + R]

7 Buried to end hostilities (7) HATCHET [Direct Clue]

8 Sources of wealth (4,5) GOLDMINES [Direct Clue]

11 Extend in spatial length (7) PROLONG [Direct Clue??]

14 At home with model, sits and interrupts (10) INTERPOSES [Explanation please??]

16 Expressionless as a mask (7) DEADPAN [Direct Clue??]

18 Recently followed yesterday evening (4,5) LAST NIGHT [Direct Clue]

20 Open air? (7) CANDOUR [Direct Clue??]

22 Anthem sung as priest approaches altar (7) INTROIT [Direct Clue??]

24 Small welsh dog (5) CORGI [Direct Clue??]

25 Capital of Jordan (5) AMMAN [Direct Clue]

26 Move to get the better of opponent (4) PLOY [Direct Clue??]


The Hindu Crossword #8560 - 25th Mar 2006

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1 1948 movie of the financially well placed (7,6) SITTING PRETTY [Direct Clue]

9 A wager to royalty from an accomplice (7) ABETTOR [A + BETTOR(Wager)]

10 Make a statement and close the innings (7) DECLARE [Double Defn.]

11 Procession of cars to transport a cad to Rome (9) MOTORCADE [Anag. of A CAD TO ROME]

12 Destined to be an overweight journalist (5) FATED [FAT is overweight ED is editor aka journalist]

13 Swimmer in the red whirled about (6) REELED [EEL is the swimmer, in the RED so R eel ED]

14 How to cook steak if looking for a word of appreciation (4,4) WELL DONE [Direct Clue]

17 A nastier, new type of well (8) ARTESIAN [Anag of A NASTIER]

19 Convent superior, bachelor backs little Elizabeth (6) ABBESS [Explanation please??]

23 Critical assessment, say, of light entertainment (5) REVUE [Homophone - REVUE sounds like REVIEW, Critical assessment]

25 Erratic type of troop member (9) IRREGULAR [Explanation please??]

26 A drink for the friendly (7) CORDIAL [Double Defn.]

27 Stay due to be made difficult at this time of the week (7) TUESDAY [Anag of STAY DUE]

28 Man of few words, this business associate (6,7) SILENT PARTNER [SILENT(Man of few words) + PARTNER(Associate)]

Down

1 Speech impediment upsets m'master (7) STAMMER [Anag of M'MASTER]

2 Medico's vocation — to deal with people on time (9) TREATMENT [TREAT + MEN + T]

3 Among themselves, here printers engage in talk (5,2) INTER SE [Direct Clue??]

4 Reptile rising from its lair aggravates all (6) GARIAL [Reverse Container Clue - LAIR AGgravates]

5 Considered afresh and cashed the bonds (8) REDEEMED [Direct Clue]

6 Diplomatic fault rectified around Connecticut (7) TACTFUL [Anag of FAULT + CT]

7 It enables the baker to get a raise (5) YEAST [Direct Clue??]

8 Device operated by foot altered afresh (7) TREADLE [Anag of ALTERED]

15 Excessively burdened (9) OVERLADEN [Direct Clue]

16 Toy dog makes pop all in somehow (8) PAPILLON [Anag of POP ALL IN]

17 Fruit found in bed after almost a month (7) APRICOT [Almost APRI(L) + COT(Bed)]

18 A place is turned exceptional (7) SPECIAL [Anag of A PLACE IS]

20 A nightmare to irritate Teddy (7) BUGBEAR [BUG (Irritate) + BEAR (Teddy)]

21 Start saying invocation for an aerosol (7) SPRAYER [S + PRAYER]

22 No water in the faucet (3,3) DRY TAP [Direct Clue]

24 Agent of disease that could travel on the Internet (5) VIRUS [Direct Clue]


The Hindu Crossword #8559 - 24th March 2006

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1 Where to find trash (11) WASTEBASKET [Direct Clue, but shouldnt it be 2 words?]

9 Shortfall cited, if wrongly (7) DEFICIT [Anag of CITED IF]

10 Groundnut or sesame? (7) OILSEED [They are both oil seeds]

11 Drug for a power yearning (5) PURGE [P + URGE]

12 Alert men begin moving craftily to cause hindrance (9) ENTRAMMEL [Anag of ALERT MEN + M(begin Moving)]

13 "Vortex" editor died unknown (4) EDDY [ED from editor, D from died, Y from unknown]

15 A negative would suffice? Impossible (2,3,2) NO CAN DO [Negative is NO Would is CAN Suffice is DO]

19 At a great distance, shout something different (1,3,3) A FAR CRY [Direct Clue]

20 Fertilizer from manure adds quality (4) UREA [Container Clue - manURE Adds]

24 Broadcast and support a passage (9) PROPAGATE [Broadcast is the Defn. PROP is support A GATE is a passage]

25 A vegetable said to be scorched (5) CHARD [Fits in there]

27 Card game in an Illinois city (7) CHICAGO [Direct Clue]

28 Letters showing right tilt (7) ITALICS [Direct Clue]

29 Burglar's aid for accessing scandalous secrets? (8,3) SKELETON KEY [Direct Clue]

Down

1 In conflict, iron provides something to eat (5) WAFER [Conflict is WAR. Symbol of Iron is FE WA fe R]

2 Religious but, oddly, scared (6) SACRED [Anag of SCARED]

3 High regard is what 'e encounters on return (6) ESTEEM [Encounters is MEETS and E on return becomes E STEEM]

4 Operative procedure for a robot in trouble (8) ABORTION [Anag. of A ROBOT IN]

5 Infectious disease of poor Lazar a.k.a. black fever (4-4) KALA AZAR [Anag of LAZAR AKA]

6 Eleventh month of revolutionary calendar which figures in a lobster dish (9) THERMIDOR [No Clue how]

7 A commercial selected and taken over (7) ADOPTED [AD(Commercial) + OPTED(Selected) Taken over is the Defn.]

8 In which a lad ultimately becomes a grown up (5) ADULT [Container Clue - lAD ULTimately]

14 Bloomers found in Wordsworth's lines (9) DAFFODILS [Direct Clue]

16 Gibbon, for one, a grand imitator! (5,3) GREAT APE [Grand is GREAT, Imitator is APE]

17 Some figures that assist the mail sorter (4,4) AREA CODE [Direct Clue]

18 Fallout of wood work (7) SAWDUST [Direct Clue]

21 Flavouring that is the role of variety in life (5) SPICE [From Variety is SPICE of life]

22 Wool producer from Jaisalmer in olden times (6) MERINO [Container Clue - jailsalMER IN Olden]

23 Anti-aircraft fire getting doubly but briefly acknowledged (3-3) ACK ACK [Double ACKnowedgment(Brief)]

26 Cordial disposition of a girl accepting appeal (5) AMITY [IT(Appeal) in AMY(Girl) - AM IT Y]


The Hindu Crossword #8558 - 23rd Mar 2006

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1 Disorder in medical speciality — inadequate (7) ENTROPY [Ravi : = disorder ENT - Medical speciality, rest i guessed]

5 Business house, new, cagey variety (6) AGENCY [Anag of N(ew) CAGEY]

11 Take a walk.: that is lawful (5) LEGIT [LEG IT - Take a walk]

12 Valuable painting — by Mr. Chips? (3,6) OLD MASTER [Direct Clue??]

13 I voted in a frenzy for divergence (9) DEVIATION [Pradeep : Anag of I VOTED IN A, Frenzy is the Anagram indicator, Divergence is the Defn.]

14 Language feature includes a bit of romanticism (5) NORSE [NOSE is a feature, R is a bit of romanticism]

15 Eastern study of a garden (4) EDEN [E + DEN]

17 Drunken master's in the garage (7) SMASHED [S mas HED]

21 Essayist was an eccentric don's aid (7) ADDISON [Anag of DONS AID]

22 Bird, reportedly underage (4) MYNA [Anita : reportedly indicates a
homophone, myna sounds like minor, which means underag
]

26 Open to view in a hovertrain (5) OVERT [Hidden Clue - hOVERTrain]

27 Is it blasé, oddly to keep steady (9) STABILISE [Anag of IS IT BLASE]

29 Chicken leg for playing the tavil? (9) DRUMSTICK [Ravi : DRUM STICK]

30 Try to throw up in the middle of hospital transport (5) RETCH [Middle of stRETCHer]

31 The right to get in with a meal starter (6) ENTREE [Explanation please??]

32 Oglers' arrest's questionable (7) STARERS [Anag of ARRESTS]

Down

2 Part of Israel in which Beersheba is located (5) NEGEV [Ravi : the NEGEV desert lies in Israel]

3 Plant for producing wheat flour in the centre of Arni (6) RATTAN [Anita : wheat flour = ATTA in the center of A(rn)i = RN]

4 Gain in favour of the healthy (6) PROFIT [PRO + FIT]

6 Late Soviet policy — the last song played (8) GLASNOST [Ravi : Anagram last song]

7 The fame of the infamous (9) NOTORIETY [Direct Clue]

8 Delivery, one from a British royal house maybe (6) YORKER [YORK + ER]

9 Second-grade climber's aid is an inflated sac (7) BLADDER [B + LADDER]

10 Tumour a daemon unleashed (7) ADENOMA [Pradeep : Tumour is the Defn. Anag. of A DAEMON, unleashed is the Anag indicator]

16 The final outcome put paid to Ulster revolt (3,6) END RESULT [Pradeep : The final outcome is the Defn. Revolt is the Anag. indicator, Ulster is the Anag fodder, how do we arrive at END??]

18 Aversion to a staid set's rambling (8) DISTASTE [Pradeep : Aversion is the Defn. STAID SET is the Anag. fodder, rambling is the Anag indicator]

19 Devotion reverses quarrel over vessel (7) WORSHIP [Anita : quarrel =
row, reversed 'row' = WOR + vessel = SHIP]


20 Tanning material derived from a delicate chunky plant (7) CATECHU [Explanation please??]

23 Cheese dish found melting; start eating (6) FONDUE [Anita : melting =
anagram indicator, ana. of FOUND + start of the word 'eating' = E
]

24 Lot of money for a parcel (6) PACKET [Direct Clue??]

25 Image maker that does not lie (6) MIRROR [Direct Clue]

28 Finally put to rest (5) INTER [Direct Clue]


The Hindu Crossword #8557 - 22nd Mar 2006

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Across

1 Having a compassionate disposition could deter adherent unexpectedly (6-7) TENDER HEARTED [Anag of DETER AD]

10 Consistency in business, therefore, needs acceptance of note (9) COHERENCE [Therefore is HENCE, RE is note??]

11 Non-polluting, energy-saving transport (5) CYCLE [Direct Clue]

12 Protection, for example, in All India Services initially (5) AEGIS [EG (For Example) in AIS(All India Services) A eg IS]

13 Send one to Coventry (9) OSTRACISE [Direct Clue]

14 Observe, say, chap as a sailor (6) SEAMAN [Observe is SEE, sounds like SEA, chap is MAN]

16 A way with popular member to get the batsman out (5) STUMP [Fits in here, but explanation??]

19 Territory of a true leader of monks (5) REALM [REAL(True) + M(Leader of Monks)]

20 Fuss with a socialist and get admired (6) ADORED [ADO(Fuss) + RED(Socialist)]

25 Overplay a boring notice for "Nymph on a Tree" (9) HAMADRYAD [Explanation please??]

26 Purse distributed — splendid (5) SUPER [Anag of PURSE, distributed is the anagram indicator, splendid is the definition]

27 Chaplain with a fancy drape (5) PADRE [Anag of DRAPE, fancy is the anagram indicator, Chaplain is the definition]

28 Very clear and, at home, a mastermind about love (9) INGENIOUS?? [Seems to fit here but explanation??]

29 Crowd fear rent apart the footballer (6,7) CENTRE FORWARD [Anag of CROWD FEAR RENT, apart is the anag indicator, footballer is the definition]

Down

2 A sound picture of the innards (8) ECHOGRAM [Direct Clue??]

3 Daughter's hidden skill in game (5) DARTS [Daughter's is DS Skill is ART, so D ART S]

4 Such sampling is haphazard (6) RANDOM [Direct Clue]

5 Toothless creature in garden gallery (8) EDENTATE [EDEN is garden, TATE is gallery??]

6 Crime lead worked out and salvaged (9) RECLAIMED [Anag of CRIME LEAD, worked out is the anag indicator, salvaged is the definition]

7 Geometrician that copper lied about (6) EUCLID [Anag of CU(Copper) + LIED]

8 Fights for discarded bits of food (6) SCRAPS [Direct Clue]

9 Latin, always a means of exerting pressure for getting something (5) LEVER [L + EVER(always)]

15 The last word daughter reportedly intended as a correction (9) AMENDMENT [Explanation please??]

17 Period of recreation to prevent Jack becoming dull (8) PLAYTIME [Direct Clue]

18 It covers an opening, an opening to a carriage? (4,4) TRAP DOOR [Direct Clue??]

21 Packing first of underwear in clothing under compulsion (6) DURESS [Explanation please??]

22 Figure has changed on exercise (5) SHAPE [Direct Clue]

23 A smear that the GM used wilily (6) SMUDGE [Anag of GM USED]

24 Slow movement in music (6) ADAGIO [Not too sure]

26 Wines build muscle (5) SINEW [Anag of WINES]


The Hindu Crossword #8556 - 21st Mar 2006

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1 Endure first of teeth breaking: get a replacement (7) DENTURE [Anag of ENDRUE + T(first of teeth)]

5 Rejection of endless commotion in a genuine setting (7) REFUSAL [Explanation please??]

9 Not quite the chief but close to it (6,2,7) SECOND IN COMMAND [Direct Clue]

10 Emanation, golden within, in dawn (6) AURORA [Explanation please??]

11 Men raged about a policeman in France (8) GENDARME [Anag of MEN RAGED]

13 Word in America for the end of the line (8) TERMINUS [TERM IN US(Word in America)]

15 Disordered situation in Timor associated with violence (6) MORASS [Hidden Clue - tiMOR ASSociated]

18 Thick soup is a drug on time (6) POTAGE [POT(Drug) + AGE(Time)]

19 Engaged in a headlong rush, a grandee slipped (8) GADARENE [Anag of A GRANDEE]

22 Electrical device that spoilt the roast (8) RHEOSTAT [Anag of THE ROAST]

24 Set fire to soft, brown coal, removing the top (6) IGNITE [(L) IGNITE]

27 Italian notion as spelt out in state take-over (15) NATIONALISATION [Anag of ITALIAN NOTION AS]

28 Revolutionary guidance to find a pigment (3,4) RED LEAD [RED(Revolutionary + LEAD(Guidance)]

29 Cricketer on ground with hesitant expression (7) FIELDER [Explanation please??]

Down

1 Some music in a record a worker followed (7) DISCANT [DISC is Record, ANT is worker, how does it work though??]

2 More pleasant part of ethnic ergonomics (5) NICER [Hidden Clue - ethNIC ERgonomics]

3 In victory, gunner turns intimidating (9) UNNERVING [Anag of I V GUNNER]

4 Way out for a former partner with appeal (4) EXIT [Former is EX, how do we get IT??]

5 Firework that could unsettle an alien (6) ROCKET [ROCK ET (as in Extra Terrestrial)]

6 Well-known craze about note (5) FAMED [Explanation please??]

7 Means of going up or down, a scariest arrangement... (9) STAIRCASE [Anag of A SCARIEST]

8 ... and other aids for going up or down for boys, the German included (7) LADDERS [LAD DER S]

12 Actor's signal for action (3) CUE [Direct Clue]

14 Went back to be given another party (9) RETREATED [RE TREATED]

16 A drink agreed on, a blend (9) ORANGEADE [Anag of AGREED ON]

17 Is it where lawyers quench their thirst? (3) BAR [What kind of clue would one call this??]

18 An associate getting normal hire charge reversed (7) PARTNER [PAR is normal TNER is RENT reversed]

20 A woman like Adele, an organist in hiding (7) ELEANOR [Hidden Clue - adELE AN ORganist]

21 Bad art marring sleeveless jacket (6) TABARD [Anag of BAD ART]

23 Reproductive cell with a small opening (5) SPORE [S(Small) + PORE(Opening)]

25 Homer's great work (5) ILIAD [Direct Clue]

26 Petty quarrel involving non-plain litigant (4) TIFF [From PLAIN TIFF]


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