Cross­word

No. 38 by Rose­bud

RTÉ Guide - - Puzzles -

4100 to the first cor­rect so­lu­tion out of the bag and an ex­clu­sive Rose­bud note­book to the run­ner-up

Across

8 Half eight – time for tea. (4)

9 What­ever the cost, he won’t be

peeved to part with his lot! (10)

10 Would it so dare be re­vealed in the

heav­ens? (8)

11 See 3D

12 Be­tween a and e there’s a three

let­ter space. Jaw drop­ping? (5)

13 A bit of power. Didn’t you hear the

ques­tion? (4)

15 White satel­lite’s a fright of a sight on

any good night. (4)

18 Liam Nee­son’s next out­ing in that Bryan Mills role is cor­rectly an­tic­i­pated. (5,3,7)

20 Pre­pare some ap­proved item for

pub­li­ca­tion. (4)

21 It won’t be a ser­mon you’ll hear from this mount – more like an out­burst! (4)

22 Stick with the team that will work

for you. (5)

25 Nets in shreds? There’ll be court

action for this! (6)

27 Amer­i­can might never be found

want­ing here? (2,3,3)

28 Set no store by what you may hold

cheap. (10)

29 An out­let to air. (4)

Down

1 Shouldn’t a light­house be in­cluded

in the emer­gency ser­vice? (5,5)

2 Make room avail­able at no cost to

start with. (4,2)

3/11A “Hands up for Mex­i­can stand­off?” says Speedy Gon­za­lez. (5,6)

4 500 topped by ex­pert. (4)

5 They’re the worst news sto­ries of all,

as RTÉ said openly. (9)

6 See 23D

7 No bet­ter man to gar­nish a pan with.

(4)

14 Over­all, it’s a prac­ti­cal part of

do­mes­tic sci­ence. (5)

16 Unique, in­deed, like any other be­ing

or thing. (3,2,1,4)

17 Slight as it may be, it’s still an at­tack.

(9)

19 E____________d. (8)

23/6D 50s film: No apos­tolic lot were these to judge, though in the end got sorta fonda each other! (6,5,3) 24 Way to go...the cow’s com­ing home.

(5)

26 Is it a bird? Is it...ah, you’ll find it in

the in­ter­net! (4)

27 I’m do­ing last year’s clue so

lack­adaisi­cally. (4)

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