Crossword 1510

08 March 2019

By the Revd Michael Callaghan


1 Note a time involved in gardening is exciting (11)

7 Precious metal left out for the Lord (3)

9 Hunter’s working around port (5)

10 Rescuers about to go to river — this person starts to run swiftly (9)

11 Arranging my crest, I’m showing beauty of form? (9)

12 Good people in prayer (5)

13 North American adult in shelter beginning to love someone from Mexico (7)

15 Betray some Catholics in Georgia (4)

19 Man looking to dismiss gents? (4)

21 Secret society’s oddly uneasy getting divine gift (7)

24 Swims with river fish (5)

26 Handy defender in galley (4,5)

28 One hundred celebrate introduction to indigenous American novel (1,8)

29 Some children dedicated no more? (5)

30 See bank river washed away (3)

31 Relaxed dancing at US deanery (4-7)



1 Ten tons of stuff on beach for you to sit on (8)

2 Successes of old cars and motorbikes? (8)

3 Spike holds nuclear weapon (5)

Dawn’s description of a posh rector passed on by word of mouth (7)

5 Introduces where pipes may be found? (7)

6 Greek food for Master Chef presenter? (5)

7 Pay, say, raised to get cheap jewellery (6)

8 Cleaner bothered us terribly? Not completely (6)

14 Old heavyweight regularly appearing in tabloid (3)

16 What may be proper ­— banishing old sister (3)

17 Part of family’s instruction given to Thunderbird 4? (8)

18 Frightful scene — a DD got on high horse? (8)

20 Wonders of one in new role in G & S (7)

21 A tenor’s dreadful crime (7)

22 Compliment force touring Austria (6)

23 Methodist to join up with 30 getting excited (6)

25 Salvantionists leading superior church? Cheek! (5)

27 Big worry undermining our last king (5)

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