Crossword 1514

05 April 2019

by Don Manley


1 Point made by religious brother showing where emotion lies? (6)

4 Pandemonium when educationist gets hit (6)

9 Has gentleman retreated from place of encampment? (6)

10 Serenade takes Hindu god about before start of evening (8)

11 One theologian entertaining the French didn’t do much (5)

12 Pure man is brought low (9)

13 Cuisine — good heavenly things being studied (10)

15 Agitation gets some most irate (4)

17 Room, it’s said, for 153 fish? (4)

18 Church book with rota nicely laid out (10)

21 More than one person complains about biblical city (9)

22 Member of religious community to be very hungry, female in hiding (5)

24 Outlaws in gang, one totally sober one (8)

25 King wearing special habit in act of devotion (6)

26 Boys in Salvation Army providing food (6)

27 Trendy religious group’s worker? (6)



1 Mad ruler under an amount of pressure (7)

2 Relieve learner, offering support (5)

3 Canon in old car (8)

5 Primate — is he upsetting Jewish people? (11)

6 High spirits of priest with extremes of tomfoolery (6)

7 Ah, a mantra translated as ‘Our Lord has come’! (9)

8 Present revolutionary left-wing material (6)

12 Like some church wine, dry, drunk by prisoner and thought to be good (11)

14 Easter Sun ­— fantastic wine! (9)

16 King’s son that almost gets nabbed by prophet (8)

17 Wife of king, the man leading island country (6)

19 Presumed OT writer deviating from this way (7)

20 An affair involving judge in court (6)

23 Tape is wrinkled to some extent (5)

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