Jamaica Gleaner : 2020-06-18

LEISURE : 16 : B4

LEISURE

| www.jamaica-gleaner.com | LEISURE B4 THE GLEANER, THURSDAY, JUNE 18, 2020 ® ® BY DEAN YOUNG AND JOHN MARSHALL BY TERRY BEATTY ® ® BY MORT WALKER BY KELLY AND PARKER Crossword 29,327 puzzles.telegraph.co.uk Across Down 1 Altered by lie, altered by Crab maybe wal design (12) almost curious (7) Part in sitcom for terrible Light unit meas European norm in dummyD(9o) Blast resounded Stayed saucy, twirling with Altered by lie, altered by Crab maybe walked about, exhaust’s opening tango (5) design (12) almost curious (7) Grasses up! More omnewasour­rdesm? ent’s5 Affliction­s of sol Part in sitcom for terrible That is rEiguhrot p(6e)an norm initially (5) under canvas? (8) dummyD(9o)wn Age t3akBelans­bt yrefsaotuo­nld epdairnotu­enr?d Boy, even empt Stayed saucy, twirling with Altered by lie, altered by Crab maybe walke(d8a) bout, exhaust’s opening in backfireso(m9)e weight (5) (5a)lmost curiou2s0(7) design (12) Husb4anGdr­aisssmeasy­Sbuenhuidp­i!n(g4) Tendency to inc More2feLei­gbhlet pulnaiyt moneawsour­rdeasml?aermnt’(s65) Affliction­s of soldiers, malpee, rhaps for educa Part in sitcom for terrible That is rEiguhrotp(6ea) n norm initially (5) under canvas? (8) Pungent air aro dummy (9) Storing remains covered by Age t3akBelans­tbryefsaot­uonldepdar­inotuenrd? Boy, even empty, carryingre­stroom (6) Stayed saucy, twirling with incense (8) (8) exhaust’s opening in backfireso(9m)e weight (5) Right in Americ tango (5) Drift catching current finally Husb4anGdr­aissmesayS­buen huDipd!ion(4gw) Tendency to include readianlgb­eit wrongly (8) More feeble play on words? hooking malpe,erhaps fish (8) for education (8) alarm (65)Affliction­s of soldiers, Wrong keeping That is right (6) Altered by lie, alteurendd­berycanvas? ra1b9 mGoayrgbe8­edPwsuahnl­okgwednint­agbagiorru­eater,oduonddmly,iddlceaott­fle, cultivate a Storing remains covered by Age taken bydfeastio­gnld(p12a)inter? Boy, even empatlmy,ocasaftrer­cyruiwnrig­oinruesct(ra7os)oem(6()6) Annihilate mult incense (8) (8) Part in sitcom for some terrible weight (5) Lig2h1tPuu­nnitis1mh4­ehRaoisguh­nrtedimnta­eAknimnt’gserica upset, to catch a cold (8) Drift catching Tendency current to includceom­remadoingo­rder European finally noarlmbein­t iwtiarolln­yg(l5y)(8) rolling over (8) Husband is mdauymbemh­yid(9in)g Break from Ch hooking fish (8) Blast resounded round alarm (6) Stayed saucy, twpirelirn­hgawpsitfh­or educatio2n­3 (A8m) e1ri6caWcr­aon,gekmepelpo­iynignghea­d of first in diocese (6) Stood for actio Storing rematinasn­gcov(e5r)ed by army, win (6) (9) after wirneestcr­aosoem(6()6) Grasses Aupn!n(i4h)ilate multitude abowuteigh­t lifted (7) incense (8) More feeble play on words? Greek character central to Punis1h4 hRoiguhntd­intaAkming­erica Affliction­stofcsaotl­cdhiearsc, upset, omldal(e8,) An American w Drift catchingTh­cuatrriesn­rtigfihnta(l6ly) Medea? (5) common albeit order wrongly rolling (8un) over der (8) canva1s8? B(8re) ak from Church doctrine’s (5) hooking fish (8)12 Age taken by fat Bo2y7, head ePvoelniti­ecmianptry­e,sctaerdryi­ninbged of for America can, employing first in diocese (6) Tall story with Gorged show(i8n)g greed oddly, cattle, cultivates­aogmraieli­lnwe(es9isg)…h2t(0(95)S) tood for action holdingext­raterrestr­ial (5) army, win (6) after wine case is mayb1e7 hAindninih­gilate mu7ltTietu­n2d8e…nacbsytorw­utaotnegin­gechlyltue­ldifnetser­uderae(d7d)initgran Sentence is ov Greek character cenptrearl­htaops for Punish houndaltaa­rkmin(g6) to catch a cold (8) wild (12) writer or two? leading to dischar Medea? (5) common order r1o5llSint­ogroinvger­e(m8)ains c1o8vBerea­dkbfyrom Church Pungent doctrine’s a(i5r )around middle of Politician r0s9t05in7­5d7i0o1c2e­1.sCeall(s6co)st rested in bredstfror­om (6)24 Tall story with article about America cani,necmenpslo­ey(i8n)g illness … (9) army, win (6) Drift catching cu2rr0enSt­tofiondall­fyor act1i4onRi­hgohltding­Aemxterrai­tcearrueps­sterita,l (5) … strangely weight lifted ensured (7)albeit it raDn wrong2ly5 (S8e)ntence is overturned Greek charachtoe­orkcienngt­firaslhto(8) wild (12)22 An American16­wWritreorn­ogr ktweleopa?diningghte­oadioscf harge (4) Medea? (5) Gboyrgleie­d ,shaoltwein­rgegdrebed­yoddly, (5) catt1le,Ccuraltibv­amte a gyYrbeasie­tner(wd9a)ay’slked Polditeics­iaingrnesa(te1ft2de)rinwbineed cfoarse (6) Tall story wit1h7aArn­tincilehia­labtoeumt ultitude about Punish hound t akeixntgra­t errestria l (t5o)ca2tc6Lhia­gchotldu(8n)it … strangely ecnosmurme­donitorrad­ner rollin2g5 oSveenrte(8n)ce is overturned BEreuarkof­rpomeaCnhu­nrcohrdmoc­tirniniet’isally wild (12) America can, employing leading to dischfiars­gte3in(4Bd) iloacsetse­re(6s)o(Puarnsimdo­endy) army, win (6) Setoxohdaf­uoSrsoatlu­c’stioonpNho­eo2lnd9i,n3n2gg6 lifted (7) 1 Crossword 29,327 puzzles.telegraph.co.uk 2 9 Across wn 3 10 1 1 Crossword 29,327 4 Sun puzzles.telegraph.co.uk 11 2feLeibglh­etpulnayit 9 ® ® BY ROGER MAHONEY, LAWRENCE GOLDSMITH AND SEAN GARNETT BY BUD BLAKE Across 1 2 3 5 6 12 6 10 1 1 7 13 9 8 15 Crossword 29,327 puzzle2s1.telegraph.co.2u2k 6 10 14 18 Acro2s0s n 7 13 5 16 (18C) 1 15 17 6 2 9 18 18 7 3 10 ART & CHIP SANS1O9MGo­rg8edPushn­ogwenintga­igrraereox­duhonaduds­mlty’si,dodplecean­otiftnleg,icnubltaic­vkafiterea(g9r)ain ® ® 20 BY SCHULZ 15 4 5 Su1n7 21 22 23 28 26 11 22 21 18 1o6ldWprao­intgekr?eeping 6 24 23 19 1(36)Husband 26 25 2e2duAcnat­Aiomne(r8ic)an 21 8 Crossword 29,327 puzzle2s2.telegraph.cHoe2lp3.wuithktoda­y’s 27 clue2s4Sin­gle 0905 757 0120. clues All Across/Down cluefis £1/minute, plus network access charge. Services open Mon-Fri. Spoke, 43 Whitfiel 23 18 25 Across own 28 26 Aoltredre1­d9 rt inFRsANitC­cEoSmCO dummy (9) Stayed saucy, twirling with tango (5) More feeble play on words? That is right (6) Age taken by fat old pa(iPnatrseim­ro?ny2)49 (8) Husband is maybe hiding about, Quick Crossw1 Solution No 29,326 27 almost curQiouiuc­ksCr(o7ss)word measuremen­t’s (5 ) Help with today’s clues 0905 757 0120. 0905 757 0121. 24 Single clues All Across/Down clues Calls cost £1/minute, plus network access charge. Services open Mon-Fri. Spoke, 43 Whitfield St, London W1T 4HD ANAESTHE T P U A A R P INSTR I E L T U L S ASSURE P U DETA I 11A N A E S T H E T I C HE N R P U A A R A A PAMPERED A PINSTRIPE SCRUB U P C L T U L S T MR EIL A T I O ASSURE UPPERCUT I A H R I 15 U N A HT IAT H E DUN D E T A I L A S P I R AAN TE 11A N A E S T H E T I C H R E C 17 18 E N R S N IN P U A R A A MARSH P AAM P E R E D B A R R OW PINS T R I P E S C RUU BP C M H L T U L S T M RELATION BONSAI ASSURE UPP E R C U I A H R I R W P U N A H A T I T H E D U N G A R E ES DETAIL ASPIRANT A E R E C T L A E N R S N I N MARSHMALLO­W PAMPERED BARROW U P C26 M H RELATIONAN­BAOENSSTAH­IETIC H I A H R P I R A W A R A A A T I T H E D U PINSTRIPE N G AREES SCRUB A E R E LC TT UL LAS T M I N M A R S ASSURE HM A L L O UPPERCUT U N A H A D E T I L AS P I R A N E N R S N I PAMPERED BARROW U P C M RELATION BONSAI I A H R I R W P TI T H E D U N G A R E E A E R1 E C T L A N MARSHMALLO­W Solution Across: 9 21 MfoARr CtIeULrIrA­iNbOleAND MIKE MANLEY 1® 2 3 4 5 ® 28 BY ERIC REAVES 1 Parse, 4 Hymn, 8 Any, 9round Incentive, 10 Aria, 11 Separate, 12 Fir, 13 DSauggneru, 14pC!ir(r4us), 16 1r8s, Cede, 20 Syndicate, 21 Era, 22 Etch, 23 1carrying 2 Rhyming grn , 3edEv il, 4 Mcalunddar­ein,reading agur ece t,n7 Cede, 11 Sir, 12 15 (S6te)ward, 16 Thrash, 17 Also, 19 Mend. 18 28 P 7 1 3 7 81 9 12 13 15 19 21 Brag Audacity Flag (4) 23 10 U Yesterday’2s0 Quick Croswsweio­grhdt Solution Across: (5) Quick Crossword 8 in back fire (9)N (4) Weakened (10) Otherwise (4) Crockery (11) Deduce (5) Spooky (52)0 Somnambuli­st (11)alarm Overfi7ll (4) Corrupt (10) Leader (4) Fangs (5) network2a6­cceGssrceh­aergke.cSheravirc­aescotpeen­r Mcoenn-Ftrir.aSpl otkoe, 43 Whitfield St4, LonGdornaW­1sTs4HeDs Help with today’s clues 0905 757 0120. 0905 757 0121. L A S S Single clues All Across/Down clues Calls cost £1/minute, plus 9 10 11 22 A5n (5) Tall Amffleirci­ctainownTr­siutneo,r1fo7 under canvas? (8) Boy, eveDnatedm. some weigh t (5) TendencHya­ctkoer,in5 rh a ps fo6 rD eisd amteino ( 8 ) Pu ngeInt air around middle of re s tr oo mT Rig ht i n A me r ic a u ps e t, albeit wrongly (8) keeping head of cattle, cultivate a grain (9) An nihPilate multitude about to catch a cold (8) B r e akW from Church doctrine’s first in diocese (6) S t ood fo r a ct io nT holding weight lifted An Ameri can wrHiter or two? (5) T all s to r y w it h aSrticle about e xtr a2te rre stri al ( 5) Sentence is overturned leading to discharge (4) rAstlolwrl­iogd?hite, Across male, 2 3 4 12 5 6 Medea? (5) Pol7iticia­n rested in bedHfoymr illness … (9) 1 Parse, 4 n, 8 Any, 27 story with art icle a bou t (5)Placard, Sentence is o ves rlatun leading to discha rge (4) 1 3 7 81 9 12 13 152S5pooky 192 21 23 24 25 Brag Audacity Flag (4) N 12 6 Dpowtyn,: Quick Crossword Incentive, 1e0xtArrai­ate, 1r1restria­l Sepa rate1,612 Fir, 13 Da gg er, 14 C irru s, 16 Tu n, 17 All rig htp, 1e8 1 Parse, 4 Ce de , 20 S yn dica te, Hymn, 8 Any2,0 h,823 9ains Ebray, 2 2 Etc Dated. 1 10 Aria, 11 Placard, 2 Rhyming Separate, 12 Fir, 13 slang, 3 Evil, 4 Dagger, 14 Cirrus, 16 Ha cker, 5 Ma ndar in, r(ig8h)t, 18 Cede, 20 SyndicatYe­e, SiSr,o1l2ut1io6­nNWo2r9o,3n26g Cede, 11 Eerad, 2s2hEtochw, 2i3nQguicg­k Feminist, 14 Cut, 15 Dated. 1 Steward, 16 Thrash, Placard, 2 RhyminAg :1 Pa rs e17, 4Also, 19 M en d. 3hEoviul, Hymn, 8 An y, Hacker, 5 Mandarin, 6 Disagreeme­nt, 7Incentive, 10 Aria, 11 12 Separate, 12 Fir, 13 C(1u0t), 15Dagger, 14 C2ir0rusM, 1in6imu Swteiwnar(d6, 16) ThrashT,un, 17 All rig2h2t,E1a8ger (5) 8 Solution No 29,326 Yesterday’s Qu2i8ck…Csrotrsasw­ngoerdly Solution9 A(c6ro)ss: 13 14 ensured it ran 25 (4) Weakened (10) Otherwise (4) Crockery (11) Deduce (5) (5) SomQnamUbI­uClisKt (11C) Overfill (4) Corrupt (10) Leader (4) Fangs (5) (52)6 Departure (4) 7 13 10 wild (12) Across 2 3 4 12 5 6 19 co ver e2d1 Calls cost £1/minute, plus network access charge. Services open Mon-Fri. Spoke, 43 WhitfieldF­Set,mLoinndios­ntW,114T 4CHuDt, 15 Sto(rPianrsgim­roenym) incensInec­e(n8tiv)e, Drift catchi2n3 g current finally hookinTugn,fi17sAhll Gor2g1 after wine case (6) Punsilasnh­g, n4 d taking comm6 ro(Pllairnsig­m America can, employi1n8­gExchang army, Gre17eAkls­oc, h19aMreanc­d.tCeerdec, e20nStyrna­dilcattoe, Medea? (5) Politician rested in bed for Help with today’s clues 0905 757 0120. 0905 757 0121. Single clues All Across/Down clues 1 3 7 8 9 12 13 Brag Audacity Flag (4) Down: 2243 21 22 15 (5) 8 14 13 14 9 16 24 25 (4) Weakened (10) (4)Quick Otherwise Crockery (11) Deduce (5) Spooky (5) Somnambuli­3stA(1u1d) Overfill (4) Corrupt (10) Leader (4) Fangs (5) Departure (4) 18 Crossword 29,327 10 11 17 puzzles.telegraph.co.uk 18 24 Crossword 27 19 25 Down: Acros Duck (5) Pornejuodr­icdee(4r) 1 Altere design Part i dummy Stay tango ( More That is Age (8) Husb alarm ( Stori incense Drift hooking Gorg after wi Puni commo Ame army, w Gree Medea? Polit illness … … st wild (12 10CeOdgel,e11(S4i)r, 11FFeomnin­dinste,2s164s 14 16 11 Rapid (4) Expand (7) 9 0905 757 0122. Single clues Solution Calls cost £1/minute, plus network access c1h7argFel.oSeorvdice(s6o)pen Mon-DSatt.eSpdo.kDe,o3rwd Fnlo: o1r, 43 Whitfield St, London W1T 4HD Exchange (6) 10 F1o1rFthoe­nladtnese2­ts6psuz(z1l0es)news,itlrlincke­s asn2ds0t…ipMs, (einx9ciml)usuivme p1(r1i5ze) puzzles and our monthly clue-writing contest, sign up for our weekly puzzles newsletter at telegraph.co.uHk/apcukzezlr­e,s5neMwasnl­edttaerrin, e(4l)y en6sDuisra­egrdeeimte­rnat,n7 11 Burns (10) Encircle (7) Digit (6) Celebrity (6) 0905 757 0123. Single clues Solution (C1a0lls)cost £1/minute, plus network access charge. Services open Mon-Sat. Spoke, 3rd Floor, 43 Whitfield St, LondSotneW­w1aTr4dH,D16 0905 757 012010.AOll £1/minute, plus network ac17ceAsls Single clues open Mon-Fri. Spoke, 43 Whitfield St, London W1T 4HD the latest puzzles news, tricks and23tips, exclusive prize puzzles and our monthly clue-writing contest, up for our weekly puzzles newsletter at telegraph.co.uk/puzzlesnew­sletter 12 Help with today’s Quick Crossword clues Single clues Solution Calls cost £1/minute, plus network access charge. Services open Mon-Sat. Spoke, 3rd Floor, 43 Whitfield St, London W1T 4HD Quick CrossworDd­own 13 For the latest puzzles news, tricks and tips, exclusive prize puzzles and our monthly clue-writi1n6g cEoxntpeas­tn, sign up for our weekly newsletter at telegraph.co.uk3/puzzlesnew­sletter 15 18 Single clues Solution Calls cost £1/minute, plus network access charge. Services open Mon-Sat. Spoke, 3rd Floor, 43 Whitfield St, London W1T 4HD For the latest puzzles news, tricks and tips, exclusive prize puzzles and our monthly clue-writing contest,261 sign up for our weekly puzzles newsletter at telegraph.co.uk/puzzlesnew­sletter 19 21 23 26 8 9 10 27 5 6 10 11 14 16 17 1812 20 22 Duck (5) Prejudice (4) Ogl1e1 (411) Fondness (10) Rapid (4) Expand (7) Flood (6) Ex12change (6) Minimum (5) Eager (4) 28 Help with today’s Quick Crossword clues Single clues Solution Calls cost £1/minute, plus network access charge. Services open Mon-Sat. Spoke, 3rd Floor, 43 Whitfield St, London W1T 4HD Calls cost £1/minute, For the latest puzzles news, tricks and tips, exclusive prize puzzles and our monthly clue-writing contest, sign up for our weekly puzzles newsletter at telegraph.co.uk/puzzlesnew­sletter 2013 20 6 10 11 15 19 21 23 Spooky (5) Somnambuli­st (11) Overfill (4) Corrupt (10) 17 18 Help wHitehlpto­wdiathy’tsocdluaey­s’s Scilnugels­e cSliunegsl­e0c9l0ue5s­7059700517­2507. A01ll 2A0cr.oAslsl/ADcorowsns/cDluoewsn0­c9l0ue5s70­5970051725­17. C0a1l2ls1c.oCsatl£ls1c/omstin£u1te/m, pinlusten,eptwluosrn­keatcwcoer­sks cahccaergs­se.chSaergvie­c.eSseorpvei­cnesMoopne-nFrMi. oSnpo-Fkrei., 4Sp3oWkeh,i4tfi3eWld­hSit,fiLeoldndS­ot,nLWon1dTo4­nHWD1T 4HD 19 20 21 22 REX MORGAN, MD DUSTIN BLONDIE BEETLE BAILEY ANDY CAPP 1 11 13 2 14 9 11 13 18 26 3 14 1 9 11 13 18 28 21 4 26 17 2 14 12 15 1 9 4 11 13 18 1271 26 27 5 12 3 15 2 14 25 4 19 17 6 27 10 16 3 PEANUTS 10 16 22 12 15 27 24 HI AND LOIS 7 19 16 8 20 JAUcrDosGs­E PiAllnResK­s9…EP(9Ra) TIGER 1 9 4 11 13 7 18 17 26 12 15 6 10 2 5 14 8 20 25 19 7 23 28 3 6 10 16 8 4 7 17 27 24 12 15 5 8 25 2312 6 10 16 19tango 7 24 8 BORN LOSER 11 12 13 11 18 21 22 19 23 CRYPT6IDCi­sagCreeRme­OntS,7SWORD: NO. 29,327 29,32p7uzpzlu­ezsz.tlelse.gterlaepgh­ra.cpoh.u.cko.uk

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