Crossword 1515

12 April 2019

By Philip Marlow


7, 18A, 20A Unreserved wish youth now formed taken with sign of faith in hymn (4,1,6,3,8,5)

9 Outward guise in archdeacon and lord with pressure gone (6)

10 English writer has permit to enter Scottish region (8)

11 Tree hidden by washing (3)

12 The first person, Catholic, ending in fairly forgiving disposition (5)

13 Reflections yet to be revealed by revolutionary saint (8)

15 Church students caught lies naughtily concealed by environmental experts (15)

21 Negative response, it’s said, for Japanese drama (3)

22 A US writer holds bit of information, being a religious outcast (8)

24 Leaders of Irish denomination in office chastise youth for foolishness (6)

26 With no end of trouble, some light kaftan is created for holy order (7,2,5)



1 Trainer, say, schooled at regular intervals (4)

2 Large tin for new collection is key (8)

3 A visit covering centre in Lourdes gets one off course (6)

4 Affluent cathedral location mostly facing commotion (4-2-2)

5 Powerful chant enthralling first pair in transept (6)

6 Woman upsetting a member of the clergy (4)

8 US sightseer on ground showing moral quality (13)

12 Asian region about to be taken in by old Chinese leader (5)

14 Paul’s partner gets tense detained by upcoming legal action (5)

16 Location for butterflies or bears (8)

17 Element in charge with a line marked by incongruity? (8)

19 Condense list I’d arranged (6)

20 Those providing courses round island for leaders (6)

23 By the sound of it, mountain dog (4)

25 Name location on radio (4)

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