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ACROSS

1. For sale at a re­duced cost (3-5) 5. Just pass through 9. As­sist in crime, eg 11. Busy­body, nosy … 16. Hol­ly­wood leg­end, Spencer … 17. BBQ snag 19. Puts paid to, … the ru­mours 20. Hol­i­day ac­com­mo­da­tion 21. Bea­tles hit, Adayinthe… 22. The­god­fa­ther:par­tiii star, Andy … 23. Force­ful, pow­er­ful 25. Pro­tec­tive work hel­mets (4,4) 27. Mas­ti­cates 30. De­clare holy, sanc­tify 31. Baby an­gel 32. One set to in­herit 34. Slipped up 38. In­di­vid­ual baked sponges 42. More ex­ten­sive 43. Nod off (4,6) 45. Has debts, … money 46. Take a seat 47. Ital­ian city with a lean­ing tower 48. East­ern form of ex­er­cise 49. Writ­ten school as­sign­ment 51. Or­son Welles film, ...Kane 52. Prover­bially calm body of water 55. Gov­ern 57. Pale-faced 58. Water bar­ri­ers, weirs 60. Bless-you sound 61. Large ape 63. Glands at the back of the mouth 66. Foot dig­its 68. Do­nated, … to char­ity 69. Kenyan cap­i­tal 70. Maths sub­ject 73. Short sleeved gar­ment (1-5) 75. Highly priced 76. Beast of bur­den 78. Thor­ough­fare 79. De­spite ex­pec­ta­tions, it didn’t rain … (5,3) 80. Blood­suck­ing medic­i­nal worms 82. Photo book 83. Sets out crock­ery, etc, … the ta­ble 84. Po­ems 86. Pinch like a crab 88. TV chef, ... Evans 90. Egged on 93. Misty, cloudy 95. Phrase mean­ing “we have reached an agree­ment” (2’1,1,4) 97. Fa­mous Ro­man foun­tain 99. Much ado, … and bother 100. Hap­haz­ardly, at … 101. Loam im­prove­ment, soil … 105. Vivid 108. Make too warm 110. Span­ish ac­tor, … Bar­dem 111. Hered­i­tary, in­nate 112. Yank, tug 115. Re­volve, spin 116. Ralph Fi­ennes movie, The…pa­tient 117. As­ton­ish­ing, hard to … 118. List­ing at back of book 119. Mu­si­cal movie with John Tra­volta and Olivia New­ton-john 120. Spaghetti western, The­good,the­bad Andthe… 121. Coats mess­ily, … on 122. Per­son from Fiji or Tonga, eg

DOWN

1. Cows and bulls 2. Mo­tor­ing hold-up, … jam 3. Shafts of light 4. Se­ries of wa­ter­falls 6. Parts played by ac­tors 7. Dis­in­clined, … to 8. Se­nior mem­bers, tribal … 9. Bit­ter “Green Fairy” liqueur 10. Bal­anced 12. Throbbed painfully 13. On-screen and off-screen part­ner of 16. Across, … Hep­burn 14. Great en­joy­ment 15. City orig­i­nally called Byzan­tium 18. Painful mouth sores 24. Woollen fab­ric 26. Per­son re­lated by mar­riage (2-3) 28. Coura­geous29. Zones 32. Ha­rass­ing, pes­ter­ing 33. Me­chan­i­cal mov­ing toys or or­na­ments 35. Clas­si­fy­ing, grad­ing 36. Mea­sure of hosiery thick­ness 37. Dig­ging tools 39. Rougher 40. Un­der­sides of ships 41. Nec­es­sary 43. Fish flip­per 44. Ti­betan Bud­dhist monk 47. Air-gun am­mu­ni­tion 50. Sports sta­di­ums 53. Barge in on a con­ver­sa­tion 54. Cock­tail fruit 56. Small floppy-eared hounds 57. US pop artist, Andy … 59. Slightly damp 62. Boat pad­dle 64. Bur­dened with 65. 366-day pe­riod (4,4) 67. Bad-tem­pered per­son 69. More or­derly 71. Pail, water … 72. Wide tree-lined street 74. Weighty books 77. Toil hard 80. Pi­o­neered, … the way 81. Sec­ond place medal 85. Col­lege or fac­ulty heads 87. Anal­gesic 89. Im­poses a levy on 91. Burn a wound to seal it 92. Broad­cast­ing chan­nels 94. Sav­age per­son 96. Vicin­ity 98. Ag­ile 102. So­lid­i­fies 103. Fell heav­ily 104. Sol­dier’s metal ID disc (3,3) 105. Tourist at­trac­tions 106. Fit for plough­ing, … land 107. Mag­i­cal po­tion, eg 109. Clutches with the hands 113. Ex­cit­edly ea­ger 114. Aus­tralian ac­tress, … Mccune

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