Cryp­tic Cross­word

Australian Women’s Weekly NZ - - PUZZLES -

ACROSS

3. Punch’s footwear, per­haps (5) 8. It’s not con­cealed in Dover then? (5) 9. Put that lady on, she’s a bird isn’t she? (5) 10. Most of the sam­ples are more than enough (5) 11. To do one’s ex­er­cise on rails (5) 12. Anger shown at the mere scope avail­able (5) 13. Be nice Dar­ling and meet them at that tree (5) 16. Pa­tri­ot­i­cally sung by my lit­tle one at the bor­der (6) 18. It’s some nasty rant­ing cruel ruler (6) 20. Sound level heard mainly from Abel (3) 21. I’m in deep and you ob­struct me (6) 24. It’s mostly ex­act­ing when on stage (6) 27. I have the right to meet his con­fused green is­lan­ders (5) 29. Start try­ing to get out to fish (5) 30. One is booked to do it? (5) 31. He got sad on find­ing them nod­ding off (5) 32. Love putting on a veil when cook­ing with the oil (5) 33. He must leave the fruit alone (5) 34. Spools found in most creels (5)

DOWN

1. As­serts the op­po­site when I have no con­tract and I’d de­clare it so (13) 2. Leave and thus be­come parted (6) 3. The saint is given the cane for mak­ing a stand (6) 4. He loves drink­ing from it I’d say (5) 5. She be­gins to err and look shy but takes a drink none­the­less (6) 6. Skulls dis­cov­ered in a car (6) 7. One is ob­tain­ing it and is saving it for a search­ing in­quiry into it (13) 14. The hottest part of De­cem­ber (5) 15. At last al­most well-mapped (5) 17. Most shoes are use­ful when gar­den­ing (3) 19. Ro­dent found hid­ing in a crater (3) 22. Ac­cept a tip for mak­ing a gain (6) 23. You trem­ble when find­ing it in the herd (6) 25. They’re yawn­ing when charms with a mi­nor vari­a­tion (6) 26. One would or­der it in the De­pres­sion (6) 28. I shed a tear when I’m an­gry (5)

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