Jamaica Gleaner : 2020-10-17

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| www.jamaica-gleaner.com | LEISURE B5 THE GLEANER, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 17, 2020 REX MORGAN, MD BLONDIE ® ® BY DEAN YOUNG AND JOHN MARSHALL BY TERRY BEATTY BEETLE BAILEY DUSTIN ® ® BY MORT WALKER BY KELLY AND PARKER Prize CrosswordP­rizeCrossw­ord29,431 29,431 puzzles.telegraph.puzzles.telegraph.co.uk co.uk ANDY CAPP TIGER ® ® BY ROGER MAHONEY, LAWRENCE GOLDSMITH AND SEAN GARNETT BY BUD BLAKE Across Down Across Down 21 32 3 54 5 6 1 4 6 7 8 9 7 8 9 1 7 9 1 2 2 10 11 10 11 3 4 5 3 4 5 1213 13 14 12 14 11 11 12 12 15 16 15 16 6 6 PEANUTS BORN LOSER ® ® BY SCHULZ 14 8 8 17 18 19 Prize Crossword 29,431 17 18 19 15 13 13 Across Down 1 2 4 5 20 21 22 20 21 22 17 18 7 8 9 15 15 1 May Anglican withdraw? 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Entry: 14 DT 29,431 DT 29,431 Closing date: Closing date: 8 19 W H A L E RW HAACLCEURS I ANCGC U S ING O O E OD OA EU DE A U E U N C O M FUONRCTOAM­BFLOER T A B L E S A E SP AC ES PD C S D I P L O MDA ITP LHOOMTAETL SH O T E L S N B NE BA EE A E I G N O R E I GDNAORRKEN EDSASR K N E S S U R UE RC E C TOUR I STTOSU RP IRSETTST YP R E T T Y P S PE SR EH R H R E P E L SR EAPGEE LNSC I AEGSE N C IES R L C RS LS CH SA S H A A D V E R TAI DSVEEMRETN ITS E M E N T T E U TD EN US DR N S R SENS I BSLEEN ST I I BT LLEE ST ITLES 15 Name Name 13 21 22 Email address Email address D 17 18 For more informatio­nForaboutm­oreinforma­tionhowweu­se aboutyourd­ata,howpleasew­eusevisity­ourtelegra­ph.data,pleaseco.uk/visitpriva­cypolicy. telegraph.co.uk/privacypol­icy. 15 Yesterday’s QuickYeste­rday’sSolutionQ­uick Solution Across: Across: Down: 1 Run-in, 5 Wilde,1Run-in, 5 Wilde, 1 Realised, 2 Naming,1Realised,3 2 Naming, 3 8 Alike, 9 Admit,8Alike,10Interval­s,9Admit,11 10 Intervals,National,114 Little,National,5Wear,4 Little,6Locate,5Wear,7 6 Locate, 7 Inn, 12 Gingerbrea­d,Inn,1215Ginger­bread,Developmen­t,15Developm­ent,Eyes,13Breeding,Eyes,1413Diagra­ms,Breeding,1614 Diagrams, 16 19 Egg, 20 Unchanged,19Egg,2022Unchan­ged,India,23 22Vacuum,India,23 17 Pigeon,Vacuum,18Tender,17Pigeon,20 18 Tender, 20 Shown, 24 Tempo,Shown,25 24Germs.Tempo, 25 Germs.Unit, 21 Also. Unit, 21 Also. (Running (Running 16 wild) wild) 20 18 WHALER ACCUS ING O O E D A U E UNCOMFORTA­BLE S A E P C S D PRINTED AND DISTRIBUTE­D BY PRESSREADE­R PressReade­r.com +1 604 278 4604 9 10 ORIGINAL COPY . ORIGINAL COPY . ORIGINAL COPY . ORIGINAL COPY . ORIGINAL COPY . ORIGINAL COPY Email address Email address COPYRIGHT AND PROTECTED BY APPLICABLE LAW May AnglicanMa­ynoviceAng­lican novice withdraw? (6)withdraw? (6) Singers unchangedS­ingershavi­ngunchange­d having turned up (4)turned up (4) Frenzied comedian,Frenzied16­comedian,(8) 16 (8) Put Sid out senselessP­utSidout(6)senseless (6) Moving pictureMov­ingand picture and descriptio­n ofdescript­iononion?(4-of6)onion? (4-6) Congregati­onCongrega­tionraceto­find race to find grazing landgrazin­g(5,3) land (5,3) ART & CHIP SANSOM Do not tell peopleDono­thowtell topeople how to puzzles.telegraph.co.uk save electricit­ysave(4,2,3,4)electricit­y (4,2,3,4) Article I includedAr­ticlein Idepotincl­udedfor in depot for 3 waste disposalwa­ste(10)disposal (10) Feeling of angerFeeli­nggoingof roundanger going round confused shyconfuse­dfigure(8)shy figure (8) Conclude LeanneConc­luderegula­rlyLeanne regularly 11 turned up to beturnedve­ryupannoyi­ngtobevery(8) annoying (8) Ceremonial wayCeremon­ialtoshape­way to shape nearly everything­nearly(6)everything (6) Folly of girl crossingFo­llyof girlNorthc­rossing North America (6) America (6) Flood stoppedFlo­odbyboguss­topped by bogus handyman (4)handyman (4) 6 18 24 For the latest puzzles news, tricks and tips, exclusive prize puzzles and our clue-writing contest, sign up for our weekly puzzles newsletter at telegraph.co.uk/puzzlesnew­sletter 10 24 12 13 11 12 14 15 D 17 18 7 Lighting-up time?Lighting-(8)up time? (8) 9 Cut support Cutaftersu­pportfinis­hingafter finishing early (6) early (6) 10 Range of notes,Rangenotof­English,notes, 10 not English, found with oldfoundbo­okwith(6)old book (6) Old drink EdmundOldd­rinkdid Edmundnots­ell did not sell locally (8) locally (8) Sorted secretSort­edtypeofse­cret type of advertisem­ent?advertisem­ent?(10) (10) 14 Pound, perhaps,Pound,that’sperhaps,found that’s found in a Bible? (4)in a Bible? (4) Picnicker StanPicnic­kerupsetan­dStan upset and terrified (5-8)terrified (5-8) 17 Growth in infancyGro­wthstalled­ininfancy(4) stalled (4) 18 Fight with noFightadm­issionwith­no admission charge (4-3-charge3) (4-3-3) 20 Waiter is stirringWa­itersometh­ingisstirr­ing something in the gardenin(8)the garden (8) 21 Deputy who Deputywork­stowhorule­works(6) 23 A couple almostAcou­ple almost reconstruc­tedreconst­ructeddome(6) dome (6) Particular skillParti­cularabout­pa’sskill about pa’s undoing bagundoing(8) bag (8) 15 Help with today’s QuickHelpw­ithCrosswo­rdtoday’scluesQuic­k Crossword0­905clues 757 0122. 6 7 8 17 21 28 For the latest puzzlesFor­thenews,latesttric­kspuzzlesa­ndnews,tips,exclusivet­ricksandpr­izetips,puzzlesexc­lusiveandp­rizeour puzzlesclu­e-writingand ourcontest,clue-writingsig­nup contest, sign up for our weekly puzzlesfor­ournewslet­terweeklyp­uzzlesatte­legraph.newsletter­co.uk/attelegrap­h.puzzlesnew­sletter co.uk/puzzlesnew­sletter Lighting-up time? (8) Cut support after finishing early (6) Range of notes, not English, found with old book (6) Old drink Edmund did not sell locally (8) Sorted secret type of advertisem­ent? (10) Pound, perhaps, that’s found in a Bible? (4) Picnicker Stan upset and terrified (5-8) Growth in infancy stalled (4) Fight with no admission charge (4-3-3) Down: Waiter is stirring something in the garden (8) Deputy who works to rule (6) A couple almost reconstruc­ted dome (6) Particular skill about pa’s undoing bag (8) JUDGE PARKER 22 15 22 FRANCESCO MARCIULIAN­O AND MIKE MANLEY 17 Mon, Aug 10. 20 23 Lighting-up time? (8) Cut support after finishing early (6) Range of notes, not English, found with old book (6) Old drink Edmund did not sell locally (8) Sorted secret type of advertisem­ent? (10) Pound, perhaps, that’s found in a Bible? (4) Picnicker Stan upset and terrified (5-8) Growth in infancy stalled (4) Fight with no admission charge (4-3-3) Waiter is stirring something in the garden (8) 21 Deputy who works to rule (6) 23 A couple almost reconstruc­ted dome (6) Particular skill about pa’s undoing bag (8) Quick Crossword 14 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 15 11 9 10 12 13 14 17 16 18 20 15 17 18 19 21 22 20 Prize Crossword 29,431 25 Across 7 9 23 24 puzzles.telegraph.co.uk 26 1 28 2 3 27 7 DAILY CROSSWORD Quick Crossword Quick Crossword 31 2 3 4 65 1 2 4 5 8 9 10 9 10 11 11 12 14 13 14 12 13 15 16 15 16 18 19 21 20 18 19 20 22 22 23 23 24 25 25 26 26 27 27 28 1 4 8 9 11 13 15 16 18 20 22 23 Prize Crossword 29,431 Across 2 1 2 3 7 10 12 13 (Running 15 Across Peruse 17 (4) Indicator (4) Heather (4) Chinese soup (5-4) Deserving (6) 20 Young hare (7) Vibration (6) Somewhat (6) Corset (6) 23 Pincers (6) Chemist (7) Graham —, novelist (6) 22 21 Single clues Single cluesSolut­ion Solution Calls cost £1/min, plusCallsn­etworkcost£1/accessmin,charge.plusnetwor­kServicesa­ccessopenc­harge.Mon-Sat.ServicesSp­oke,open43Whit­fieldMon-Sat. St,Spoke,London43 WhitfieldW­1T4HDSt, London W1T 4HD 23 Across 24 1 Peruse 4 Indicator 8 Heather Down Across 2 3 4 5 6 7 9 Entry: DT 29,431 Closing date: Name Email address 7 BY ERIC REAVES 24 Solution No 29,430 Solution No 29,430 Prize Crossword 29,431 0905 7570905012­2.757 0123. 0905 757 0123. (4) Peruse (4) 2 Sinful (4) Sinful (4) (4) Indicator (4) 3 Bumper car (Bumper6) car (6) (4) Heather (4) 4 Garden (anag.)Garden(6) (anag.) (6) 9 Chinese soupChines­e(5-4) soupReply(5-4) 5 (6) Reply (6) 11 Deserving (6)Deserving (6)List 6 of permittedL­istof permitted foods (4,5) 13 Young hare (Young7) harefoods(7) (4,5) Hideous (4) 7 Hideous (4) 15 Vibration (6)Vibration (6) Wholly (7) 10 Wholly (7) 16 Somewhat (6)Somewhat (6) 10 Attempt (4) 12 Attempt (4) 18 Corset (6) Corset (6) WWII arrangemen­t;WWIIarrang­ement; 13 20 Pincers (6) Pincers (6) ladle seen (anag.)ladleseen(4-5)(anag.) (4-5) 22 Chemist (7) Chemist (7) Fiery mountainFi­ery(7)mountain 14 (7) 23 Graham —, novelistGr­aham —, novelistOp­timistic 17 (4)Optimistic 11 wild) (4) (6) (6) Go (6) 19 Go (6) 25 Decree (9) Decree (9) Flatfish (6) 20 Flatfish (6) 26 Mislay (4) Mislay (4) Anglesey, 21 e.g.Anglesey,(6) e.g. (6) 12 27 Cattle-shed Cattle-(4)shed (4)Ball game 23 (4)Ball game (4) 28 Let fall (4) Let fall (4) Resound 24 (4) Resound (4) QUICK CROSSWORD Down Across 1 4 8 Solution No 9 29,430 11 WHALER ACCUS ING O O 13 E D A U E 7 UNCOMFORTA­BLE 15 17 S A E P 10 C S D 16 IPLOMAT 12 HOTELS 18 N B E A E 13 IGNORE 20 DARKNESS U 22 R E C 14 TOUR ISTS PRETTY 23 24 P S E 17 R H REPELS AGENC 19 IES R L 25 C S 20 S H A ADVERT ISEMENT 26 21 T E U D N S R 27 23 SENS IBLE T ITLES 28 24 Yesterday’s Quick Solution Across: 1 Run-in, 5 Wilde, 8 Alike, 9 Admit, 10 Intervals, 11 Inn, 12 Gingerbrea­d, 15 Developmen­t, 19 Egg, 20 Unchanged, 22 India, 23 Shown, 24 Tempo, 25 Germs. Help with today’s Quick Crossword clues D Three prizes of a £25 electronic book token will be awarded to the senders of the first three correct solutions opened from all those received. Prizes will be sent electronic­ally to the email address you enter in the coupon below. puzzles.telegraph.co.uk CRYPTIC CROSSWORD: NO. 29,431 We apologise that we are currently unable to accept postal entries for our 4 5 6 prize puzzles; we will reinstate these as soon as possible. 10 23 Down 21 Scan or photograph your filled-in solution and 8 coupon 9 and send by email, along with your postal address, to: prize.puzzles@telegraph.co.uk with in the subject field. 9am Friday. Solution and winners’ names published Mon, Aug 10. 11 For more informatio­n about how we use your data, please visit telegraph.co.uk/privacypol­icy. 14 Down: 1 Realised, 2 Naming, 3 National, 4 Little, 5 Wear, 6 Locate, 7 Eyes, 13 Breeding, 14 Diagrams, 16 Vacuum, 17 Pigeon, 18 Tender, 20 Unit, 21 Also. Single clues 0905 757 0122. Solution 16 0905 757 0123. Calls cost £1/min, plus network access charge. Services open Mon-Sat. Spoke, 43 Whitfield St, London W1T 4HD Down 2 Sinful (4) 19 3 Bumper car (6) 4 Garden (anag.) (6) 5 Reply (6) 6 List of permitted foods (4,5) 21 22 7 Hideous (4) 10 Wholly (7) 12 Attempt (4) 13 WWII arrangemen­t; 24 ladle seen (anag.) (4-5) Fiery mountain (7) Optimistic (4) Go puzzles.telegraph.co.uk (6) Flatfish (6) Anglesey, e.g. (6) 1 3 Ball game (4) Resound (4) 18 8 11 13 16 17 18 19 20 24 We apologise that we are currently unable to accept postal entries for our prize puzzles; we will reinstate these as soon as possible. 5 Solution No 29,430 15 WHALER ACCUS ING O O E D A U E UNCOMFORTA­BLE 17 18 S A E P C S D IPLOMAT HOTELS N 20 B E A E IGNORE DARKNESS U R E C TOUR 23 ISTS PRETTY P S E R H REPELS AGENC IES R L C S S H A ADVERT ISEMENT T E U D N S R SENS IBLE T ITLES 20 Lighting-up time? (8) Cut support after finishing early (6) 10 Range of notes, not English, found with old book (6) Old drink Edmund did not sell locally (8) Sorted secret type of advertisem­ent? (10) Pound, perhaps, that’s found in a Bible? (4) Picnicker Stan upset and terrified (5-8) Growth in infancy stalled (4) Fight with no admission charge (4-3-3) Waiter is stirring something in the garden (8) 21 Deputy who works to rule (6) 23 A couple almost reconstruc­ted dome (6) Particular skill about pa’s undoing bag (8) 24 Quick Crossword Entry: 1 2 DT 29,431 3 4 Closing date: Name 25 Decree (9) 26 Three Mislay prizes (4) of a £25 electronic book token will be awarded to the senders 4 5 6 27 of Cattle-shed the first three correct (4) solutions opened from all those received. Prizes will 28 7 be Let sent fall electronic­ally (4) to the email address you enter in the coupon below. 8 9 7 Lighting-up time? (8) 9 Cut support after finishing We apologise that we are currently unable to accept postal entries for our early (6) 11 prize puzzles; we will reinstate these as soon as possible. 10 Range of notes, not English, found with old book (6) Entry: 14 11 Old drink Edmund did not sell locally DT 29,431 (8) 12 Closing Sorted date: 16 secret type of advertisem­ent? (10) 14 Name Pound, perhaps, that’s found in a Bible? (4) Email address 15 Picnicker Stan upset and terrified (5-8) 21 17 Growth in infancy stalled (4) Yesterday’s Quick Solution 18 Fight with no admission Across: 1 Run-in, 5 Wilde, (Running 24 charge (4-3-3) wild) 8 Alike, 9 Admit, 10 Intervals, 11 20 Inn, Waiter 12 Gingerbrea­d, is stirring 15 something Developmen­t, in 19 the Egg, garden 20 Unchanged, (8) 22 India, 23 Shown, 24 Tempo, 25 Germs. 21 Deputy who works to rule (6) 23 Help A with couple today’s almost Quick Crossword clues reconstruc­ted dome (6) 24 Particular skill about pa’s undoing bag (8) 6 7 Solution No 29,430 Across 8

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