SUN­DAY IN­DE­PEN­DENT QUIZ­WORD No383

Sunday Independent (Ireland) - - Letters -

We are of­fer­ing a €50 book to­ken to three Sun­day In­de­pen­dent read­ers with this quiz­word, com­piled by John Mur­phy

ACROSS: 1. Hosni Mubarak and Mo­hamed Morsi are for­mer

pres­i­dents of which coun­try? (5) 4. Bib­li­cal name of one of the two gi­ant Har­land

and Wolff cranes in Belfast. (7) 7. Which dog lived in Wan­derly Wagon? (5) 8. Who be­came the first fe­male win­ner of a No­bel

Prize in 1903? (5) 9. For­mer Pol­ish prime min­is­ter and cur­rent Pres­i­dent of the Eu­ro­pean Coun­cil. (4) 10. On which street does Sweeney Todd live? (5) 13. Manch­ester United’s top league goalscorer so far

this sea­son. (6) 16. Bib­li­cal name of one of the two gi­ant Har­land

and Wolff cranes in Belfast. (6) 19. The God­fa­ther of Soul. (5) 22. The Bat­tle of ____ Is­land off the coast of Done­gal was the last ac­tion of the 1798 Re­bel­lion. (4) 23. The _____ Gate: WWI memo­rial in Ypres. (5) 24. The coun­try’s sec­ond-busiest garda sta­tion is on

Dublin’s _____ Street. (5) 25. Who played Lex Luthor in Su­per­man and Pop­eye

Doyle in The French Con­nec­tion? (7) 26. Gift re­ceived on the eighth day of Christ­mas. (5) DOWN: 2. What was Oliver Twist re­quest­ing when he said:

“Please, sir, I want some more”? (5) 3. Win­nie-the-Pooh’s best friend. (6) 4. Ma­te­rial used to fill the space be­tween tiles. (5) 5. What hap­pened in Dublin be­tween Au­gust 1913

and Jan­uary 1914? (7) 6. In which town is the HQ of the OPW? (4) 10. 2018 dance craze. (5) 11. Who in­vented the sax­o­phone? (3) 12. Which Cana­dian ter­ri­tory was the scene of the

Klondike Gold Rush? (5) 14. Who was Rod Hull’s pup­pet? (3) 15. Ma­son’s re­tail part­ner. (7) 17. & 18. Scot­tish vil­lage fa­mous as a wed­ding venue

for elop­ing cou­ples. (6,5) 20. The New York _____ be­came the first news­pa­per to pub­lish a cross­word in 1913. (5) 21. Soft white cheese from Greece. (4) So­lu­tions to Sun­day In­de­pen­dent Quiz­word No 382 ACROSS: 1. Me­tal­lica. 8. Mbappe. 9. O’Dwyer. 10. Etsy. 12. Poe. 13. NBRU. 16. Oliver. 17. Davitt. 18. Keep. 21. Sin. 22. Ozil. 24. Cygnet. 25. Tribes. 26. Im­ran Khan. DOWN: 2. Empty. 3. A Keeper. 4. Leone. 5. Cowan. 6. I Bet. 7. Fear. 10. Ebook. 11. Swine. 14. Blitz. 15. Un­til. 17. Donetsk. 19. Enya. 20. Pan Am. 21. Sitka. 22. Ouija. 23. IBEC. Win­ners of Sun­day In­de­pen­dent Quiz­word No 382 Rory Smith, Main Street, Co Ca­van John Quigley, Athlone, West­meath Mary Kennedy Collins, Cherry Ave, Lim­er­ick

Post your en­tries to Sun­day In­de­pen­dent Quiz­word No 383, Sun­day In­de­pen­dent, 27-32 Tal­bot Street, Dublin D01 X2E1, to ar­rive by Thurs­day morn­ing next. Faxes are un­ac­cept­able. Prizes will be awarded to the first three all-cor­rect en­tries opened. Please al­low up to six weeks for re­ceipt of your prize, and would en­trants also re­mem­ber to in­clude a phone num­ber with their ad­dress, sim­ply as an ex­tra aid to con­tact­ing win­ners. If you are a win­ner and have any queries in re­la­tion to your prize, please ring our ded­i­cated hot­line on: (01) 705-5333

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