CRYP­TIC CROSS­WORD

No. 1400

Sunday Tasmanian - Tassie Living - - PUZZLES -

ACROSS

1 I bleed it in or­der that it

may be eaten ( 6) 8 Once Ted had a tale

to tell ( 8) 9 Catches sight of those

agents from the East ( 6) 10 That’s the end of that

so­lu­tion ( 8) 11 A Greek will shed a tear on

see­ing a bad sea­man ( 6) 12 More about that eter­nal

city ( 4) 13 Old play­ers seen in some

lovely restau­rant ( 5) 16 The clause is added and

the jockey is cov­ered ( 5) 19 It’s not hot but you don’t

want to catch it ( 4) 21 Booked for his

oc­cu­pa­tion? ( 6) 22 Form an opin­ion of how one should steam it at this point ( 8) 23 Goes round Paris and gets

left there ( 6) 24 An­noys the mon­ster by

giv­ing tea to him ( 8) 25 Gives in only to die in a sly

way ( 6)

DOWN

2 Tiny lit­tle Ed­ward’s go­ing

out to meet his fate ( 7) 3 A lot of soldiers brag about

how to die ( 7) 4 At most of the feast we show lit­tle hes­i­ta­tion on ac­cept­ing the eggs ( 6) 5 Such campers are seen

out for a quick run ( 7) 6 Had a ball and got

mov­ing ( 7) 7 He’s into es­tates and it’s

not a fake hill ei­ther ( 7) 13 Mourns the go­ing out of

those last men ( 7) 14 Put it back if you want the

right an­swer ( 7) 15 The con­fi­dence man gets only small change at No. 5 ( 7) 17 Fancy the No 1 mag­a­zine

with no al­pha­bet! ( 7) 18 Seen as a mere lad but a

real gem ( 7) 20 Put it on, why? Be­cause

it’s stylish ( 6)

Cryp­tic So­lu­tion 1399

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