IRISH DAILY MAIL CROSS­WORD

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ACROSS

1 Give back cook­ing di­rec­tions ac­tor fool­ishly sent in (11) 9 Robot’s revo­lu­tion­ary de­signer genes (7) 10 Soft­ware Roger and Pam de­signed, wast­ing en­ergy (7) 11 Like hot rem­nants of fire (3) 12 Clever clogs on walk per­plexed by lec­turer (4-3) 13 Em­bar­rassed 11 en­gaged in a plot (7) 14 Turnover per­haps oc­ca­sion­ally spoiled (3) 15 More par­tic­i­pat­ing in next race (5) 17 Colour be­gin­ning to re­turn in line of darts play­ers (5) 18 The best car­bon pa­per (5) 20 It of­ten in­di­cates a cold part of house, I’ve heard (5) 22 Vis­i­tor at ta­ble that is tiny at the start (3) 24 Re­porter was re­turn­ing tool for met­al­worker (7) 25 Men get back into church for late pro­ces­sion? (7) 26 De­ri­sive ex­pres­sion be­fore a hum­bug ini­tially (3) 27 Fancy par­cel wrap­ping sin­gle copy (7) 28 Yel­low di­a­monds pro­vided bor­ing open­ing (7) 29 In­formed about iron strong­hold, one in se­cure state (11)

DOWN

1 They look for sig­nals from oilseed rape Scot cul­ti­vated (5,10) 2 Rou­tine task in­volv­ing a large group of singers (7) 3 Part of or­gan ex­er­cises boy grow­ing up (5) 4 Pa­gan hero worked in chil­dren’s home (9) 5 A very old drama in­volv­ing cold fruit (7) 6 Straighten out un­der­ground? It’s of enor­mous im­por­tance (5-10) 7 Raise price of chart cover­ing north­bound coun­try river (4,2) 8 Mark, pleased with him­self, hosts duke and earl (6) 16 Cast sup­port per­son show­ing prim­i­tive traits (9) 18 County head of­fice right for group of statis­ti­cians (6) 19 Mother’s able to raise fine dog (7) 21 Ri­fle trad­ing cen­tre in In­dia (7) 23 Guide tried to herd English in lines (6) 25 Re­duce air sup­ply to hard drink cases (5)

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