Crossword 1511

15 March 2019

By Peter Chamberlain


1 Crash had upset captive (8)

6 Captive in tribe disturbed Eli (6)

9 Man having vehicle in course of last day (6)

10 Captive sleeping perhaps, gone out (8)

11 Captive in a church behind netting (7)

12 Without preparation from worker (7)

14 Book popular Athenian assembly sets out (12)

18 Feast a Latin’s sadly neglected (3,6,3)

20 Corinthian Christian gives more than one pint to you and me (7)

22 I hang about after a female (Asian) (7)

25 Joan embraced husband Nathaniel first or another man (8)

26 Cares about embracing a Roman (6)

27 Lady appearing in smart hat (6)

28 Nonconformist Len we say is in disarray (8)



2 He, an archdeacon, is in very happy state (6)

3 These lads, silly, going on for ever (9)

4 Arizona detective, an old Mexican (5)

5 Leg-pull makes adult cross after half an hour (4)

6 How one may have had one’s chips! (4,5)

7 Ordinal carried by canon in this (5)

8 English leader of industry, never a skilled worker (8)

13 PM no longer in a desolate place (5)

15 Greek character twice starts to hit unusually awkward dog (9)

16 Request to make one smile while being shot (3,6)

17 Its development could be blinding (8)

19 Fashionable expert joining a conference (6)

21 Artist eating nothing, saint getting Sunday lunch? (5)

23 Information initially from NT book (5)

24 No sounds to be aware of (4)



Hidden theme: O for a thousand tongues to sing my Great Redeemer’s praise, the glories of my God and King, the triumphs of his grace! Charles Wesley

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