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Crossword No. 1167 by Robert D. Carter


 1 Most agreeable street on French resort (6)

 4 Volume of praise in daily Roman Catholic worship (8)

10 Descriptive of a religion — one with various claims (7)

11 Step outside a pub that offers a small vessel (7)

12 Give introduction to details in revision of main rites (10)

13 Sing the praises of an old archbishop (4)

15 Initially criminal is given bird in Jeremiah’s prison (7)

17 Jewish occasions for reflection on inconclusive formality (7)

19 Beguiling creature with naughty present (7)

21 Returning cover girl creates a problem (7)

23 New vase for husband (4)

24 Channel Island man with a gift translated religious song (10)

27 Bathing area for yachts captivates the Yorkshire girl (7)

28 Tranquil Israel relaxing on Sabbath (7)

29 Ready to be won over by specially prepared bean meal (8)

30 Part of soldier’s equipment is held wrongly (6)


 1 Annoyances disorderly inns cause (9)

 2 Corinthian supporters getting coverage in the press? (7)

 3 Person I met wandering is a disciple (5,5)

 5 Subdued creature upset when interrupted by newshounds (9)

 6 Archdeacon having five hundred to sell (4)

 7 Obdurate man in garden, one of the workers? (7)

 8 Give in to temptation, being awfully idle after end of day (5)

 9 Decrees closely followed by Romans (4)

14 Some example for those in Benedictine abbey (10)

16 Guileless Israelite gives prophet bad ale (9)

18 Disciplined holy man, one getting pursued around (9)

20 Day-dreaming cleric on lake (7)

22 Friend gets hold of revolutionary cutting tool (7)

23 Amos shipwrecked on a Pacific Ocean island (5)

25 He floated a limited company after going into voluntary liquidation (4)

26 Holy army, one against invading Hindu destroyer (4)

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