THIS WEEK’S BIG CROSS­WORD

Woman’s Day (Australia) - - Puzzles -

ACROSS

1. Star of Doc­tor Strange and TV’S Sher­lock Holmes, … Cum­ber­batch 5. Make up for mis­take, … your­self 9. Part of a dol­lar 11. Sib­ling’s son 16. Sec­tions of a chain 17. Sequin 19. Set­tle a dis­pute 20. Very se­ri­ous, solemn 21. Be­hind sched­ule 22. “Seen this be­fore” feel­ing (4,2) 23. In­di­vid­ual pho­tos from movies 25. Gun that fires by com­pres­sion (3,5) 27. Con­tempt, de­ri­sion 30. Roma va­ri­ety of salad fruit (4,6) 31. Is­land where Gau­guin painted 32. Old land mea­sure 34. Pent-up worry 38. Opens fas­tener, … the neck­lace 42. Ir­reg­u­lar, un­pre­dictable 43. Mid­dle of a me­trop­o­lis (4,6) 45. Nor­way’s cap­i­tal 46. Large weir 47. Pro­por­tion­ally, pro … 48. Com­puter sta­tis­tics 49. Ram of the zo­diac 51. Slang name for a fool­ish per­son 52. Talk­ing highly of 55. Mar­quee, eg 57. Charge for ser­vice 58. Route 60. Clan-re­lated, … cus­toms 61. Over­joyed 63. Mo­tor ve­hi­cle’s metal frame 66. Piece per­formed by two peo­ple 68. Nam­ing word in gram­mar 69. Un­der strain, tautly 70. Govern­ment trade ban 73. Small in­sect with pin­cers 75. Movie, As Good as It … 76. Give weapons to 78. Wolf’s long tooth 79. Form a bar­rier round 80. Pieces of small shot 82. Wave vi­o­lently but aim­lessly about 83. Com­po­nent of a list 84. Prac­tise box­ing

86. The Grand Bu­dapest Ho­tel di­rec­tor, … An­der­son 88. Re­lieve, al­le­vi­ate 90. Per­son us­ing de­lay­ing tac­tics, idler (4-6) 93. Per­former 95. Devo­tee, sup­porter 97. In­dian stringed in­stru­ment 99. Be­come ragged at the edges 100. Threaten 101. To a cer­tain ex­tent 105. Grow ma­ture enough for eat­ing 108. Re­ceives by be­quest 110. Man­age with what you have (4,2) 111. Spher­i­cal maps of the Earth 112. Ha­vana’s is­land 115. Vint­ner’s prod­ucts 116. Much loved Aus­tralian song, Waltz­ing … 117. Pro­voked strong feel­ings 118. Great rocks near Uluru also known as Kata Tjuta 119. Hold out against 120. Ma­gi­cian’s stick 121. Works bread dough 122. Has a court­room break, … for the day

DOWN

1. Coura­geously, dar­ingly 2. Con­tin­ual (3-4) 3. Start of night­fall 4. Most com­fort­able 6. Sweet yel­low dessert topping (3,7) 7. De­spite that (4,2) 8. Sher­lock Holmes co-star of 1. Across, … Free­man 9. Lawyer’s work amount 10. Agatha Christie classic, Death on the … 12. Ready and will­ing 13. Dive in, plunge … into the water 14. Re­moved un­wanted plants 15. Aus­tralian co­me­dian, … Ward 18. Warn­ing bells 24. Have faith in, be­lieve 26. Star Wars di­rec­tor, Ge­orge … 28. Au­thor of Heart of Dark­ness, Joseph … 29. Re­strict, curb 32. From Canada or the US, North … 33. Lined up ready for in­spec­tion (2,6) 35. Casino, … house 36. Shiver of ex­cite­ment 37. Rules as monarch 39. De­tests 40. Lean, tilt 41. De­pic­tion, portrait 43. Fe­line 44. Records on cas­sette 47. Ticket draws 50. Sym­bolic de­vice or badge 53. Put right 54. Mag­a­zine edi­tion, eg 56. Whale fat 57. Flow­ery pat­tern 59. Loose sleeve­less gar­ment 62. Stage of a re­lay race 64. More sat­u­rated 65. Ul­ti­mately (2,3,3) 67. Reck­less youth, eg 69. Pleas­ant sur­prises 71. Em­per­ors and kings, etc 72. Be clev­erer than 74. Pink and grey cock­a­too 77. Have a break 80. Golf scor­ing stan­dard 81. Seeds sprin­kled on burger buns, eg 85. Large showy flower 87. For­ti­fied de­fen­sive struc­ture 89. Cut right through 91. Traders or deal­ers 92. In­di­ca­tions of ill­ness 94. Bash­ful, fear­ful 96. Writ­ten quickly and un­tidily 98. Yel­low cit­rus fruits 102. Al­tered, changed 103. South Pa­cific song, … than Spring­time 104. TV watcher, eg 105. Spo­ken ob­ser­va­tion 106. Scented hair grease 107. Dorothy’s home State in The Wiz­ard of Oz 109. Ro­man­tic blooms, red … 113. Europe’s high­est vol­cano 114. Child’s bouncy toy, … stick

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