Stan­dard two-in-one Cryp­tic Puz­zle

Jamaica Gleaner - - FUN AND GAMES -

ACROSS

9 To cut the bread, have to press on (4,4) 10 The knack of paint­ing (3) 11 Ad­mis­sion and food pro­vided (6) 12 Old Book found in an out­house (6) 13 Plus or­der­ing in one, my­self, hav­ing a

sud­den urge to (7) 14 He’s the tot play­ing with the ball (4) 15 Also form­ing part of the an­nex (2,8) 17 Rang at once and said how good it

was (8) 18 He stole some­thing from the kitchen­ware shop (7) 19 Catch­ing a hard crack hurt (4) 21 Bears out that I have come in to cook

(6) 24 Does one pro­vide ev­ery­thing you

could wish for in a light? (3,5,2,3,4) 27 Like best run­ning about with the dog (6) 29 Drew level with, at the end of the game (4) 30 The cadet wrongly held he had been tricked (7) 33 He can’t de­cide if the drier should be spin­ning (8) 35 Weighs up and buys shares in (5,5) 36 ‘Stingy’ is get­ting warm! (4) 37 Said to put the an­i­mal back out­side (7) 38 Went off, as the re­volver did (6) 40 ‘Nav­i­ga­tional aids’ I put in, ‘for the flight’ (6) 41 Catch that’s hard to hold! (3) 42 For­eigner Sean bumped into, run­ning in (8)

DOWN

1 Ex­hibit­ing, when start­ing on one’s trip (7,3) 2 The river fish caught is not at all colour­ful (4) 3 Cer­tain it will come back to me, I don’t know when (8) 4 Rude as a pub­lic ser­vant wouldn’t be? (7) 5 Wher­ever things are hap­pen­ing, any­way (2,3,6) 6 Clean? You can say that again! (10) 7 At half past, to get bread and to take a walk (6) 8 On bal­ance, not so fid­gety (8) 10 A small jug, by the tree (5) 16 A writer? The heck he was! (7) 20 The end is im­mi­nent (5) 22 Very firm it’s an in­sect that can be tempted by an ap­ple? (7) 23 Taken from the shop in its present form (4-7) 25 An un­der­tak­ing re­quir­ing ini­tia­tive? (10) 26 Lec­tured by pater about, longed to take refuge inside (8,2) 28 Be­fore I lay in the af­ter-din­ner drink (8) 31 Wait a lit­tle, for the sea waves to en­gulf it (8) 32 At one point was fool­ing and lost con­trol of the car (7) 34 A soli­tary in­di­vid­ual among their milling num­ber (6) 35 That’s all, kid – a pound (5) 39 Hav­ing con­tacted, spoke (4)

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