Crossword 1433

25 August 2017

by Philip Marlow


1 Varied names encapsulating liberal archbishop (6)

4 Coloured work from Salvation Army kept by doctor in charge (6)

8 Record the fellow and son joining American in place Paul visited (7)

9 Delay when rector enters cathedral site for the most part (7)

11 Role rest played among community’s outsiders in feature of church (10)

12 Bishop facing trouble gets security (4)

13 Style, it’s said by some, in sacred food (5)

14 Love (not half) found in a maiden starting song and prayer (3,5)

16 Loyal type breaking law in sudden movement (8)

18 First of Lutherans taken in by a poor record (5)

20 What could constrict final character, Ruth’s husband (4)

21 Go into a bar foolishly — there’s scrapping? (10)

23 Fierce woman gets sir disturbed (7)

24 Greeting uses a couple of lines, fit to be read out (3-4)

25 Sample sacrament, a stereotype in part (6)

26 Alarm about source of coffee in short supply (6)



1 Horrify a prelate’s principal friend (5)

2 Inaugurate outfit in southern home (5,2)

3 Armstrong and McKellen, maybe, go over a US state (9)

5 Nothing to change in source of life? (5)

6 Lab gear moved as element in student’s learning? (7)

7 Protestant school disputed claims about French wine (9)

10 Home of holy order operating within authority (9)

13 Wesley, say, I had taken up among the most unorthodox (9)

15 Body of church upset over good priest introducing chapter of a gospel? (9)

17 Beggar, one raised in Bethany (7)

19 Unpredictable brute around church, one making cuts? (7)

21 Man, reportedly, in way of congregation? (5)

22 Stop in ecclesiastic housing to express a view (5)

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