CRYPTIC CROSSWORD

No. 1443

Sunday Tasmanian - Tassie Living - - PUZZLES -

ACROSS 4 In an ar­gu­ment, you lose the right to en­large it ( 7) 8 It came to an end when they threat­ened me ( 7) 9 Eve joins the cir­cle which is turn­ing away from it ( 7) 10 Had to save it so gave in to lit­tle Sally ( 7) 11 Have ideas that they are not charged par­ti­cles ( 7) 12 Slip­pery like this coun­try, we hear ( 6) 14 Re­mem­bers most of them as be­ing hot ( 6) 18 Slept in with ease? That’s a tall one ( 7) 21 Soften them with love and a chain of flow­ers ( 7) 22 Writ­ten in spite of the French end­ing ( 7) 23 There’s noth­ing to at­tract a singer to such districts ( 7) 24 Most of Rome takes a rest when the shak­ing takes place ( 7)

DOWN 1 It’s en­ter­tain­ing to see it as a con­tem­pla­tion ( 7) 2 How to fish and get out of tan­gles ( 5) 3 They as­sem­ble in eighths and go in to caves ( 7) 4 The com­ing into place of most ad­ven­tures ( 6) 5 It’s so good by the fire­place, we hear ( 5) 6 Does pie throw­ing take place in this part of the story? ( 7) 7 They seem to sag like old gar­ments ( 5) 13 A recluse shows merit and en­joys the ease as well ( 7) 15 Sam re­turns, a wise man and I say we need him? ( 7) 16 Such lan­guage, and in Madrid, too! ( 7) 17 Fed up with those hes­i­ta­tions so post­pones it ( 6) 18 Joined a bee and got at the wheat ( 5) 19 Patrick and I share love at the court­yard ( 5) 20 The man of iron has just one right boot ( 5)

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