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A well-known movie ti­tle (6,5)

ACROSS

1 Small frag­ments of food (6)

4 Re­move skin from fruit (4)

7 Al­ters slightly ( 7)

11 Fab­ric used to make veils (5)

15 Moved along very quickly ( 7)

16 _____ Dal­low, New Zealand TV jour­nal­ist and news pre­sen­ter (5)

17 Form of su­gar ( 7)

18 Chil­dren’s chas­ing game (3)

19 Flashy and flam­boy­ant (5)

20 Long, nar­row hill­top (5)

21 See Mys­tery Clue

23 Fight against (6)

26 Ex­press­ing praise and ap­proval of (10)

28 Pe­riod of ab­nor­mally hot weather (4,4)

30 Stag­ger with abrupt, un­steady move­ments (5) 33 Another word for hoar frost (4)

35 Lake _____ – lake in south­west cor­ner of Otago re­gion (8)

36 Per­son hired to work in

an or­gan­i­sa­tion (8)

40 See up­per-left photo ( 7)

42 De­li­ciously flavour­some (5) 43 Work bread dough with

hands (5)

45 Cau­tious and guarded (4)

48 Pedes­trian walk­way (4)

49 Se­ries of lev­els or layers (5)

50 Do with­out (5)

51 Cam­paigner for pro­tec­tion

of en­vi­ron­ment ( 7)

53 _____ Power Sta­tion – geothermal power sta­tion near Taupo (8)

56 Plane with two pro­pel­lers ro­tat­ing in op­po­site di­rec­tions (4- 4)

58 Mark item for at­ten­tion (4)

61 Ut­ters short, sharp cry of

pain (5)

63 Make most of (8)

64 Trans­mits by TV or ra­dio (10)

68 Cruel and op­pres­sive

dic­ta­tor (6)

69 Way in which some­one

be­haves or acts (6)

71 Welsh breed of dog with

short legs (5)

73 Ac­ces­sory or com­po­nent

that in­creases ca­pa­bil­ity (3-2)

76 Myth­i­cal bird in Ara­bian

folk­lore (3)

78 Tracts of land cov­ered in

trees and un­der­growth ( 7)

80 Dame _____ Ship­ley, New Zealand Prime Min­is­ter from 1997 to 1999 (5)

81 Trav­elled in reg­u­lar el­lip­ti­cal course around planet ( 7) 82 Bad-tem­pered and un­friendly (5)

83 Sum of money saved for fu­ture (4,3)

84 Mu­si­cal no­ta­tion in­di­cat­ing pitch of fol­low­ing notes (4) 85 Pointer on com­pass (6) 1 Hoods worn by monks (5)

2 Un­vary­ing or con­sis­tent ( 7)

3 Iconic New Zealand

chil­dren’s pull-along toy (5,3)

5 Be­came less se­vere or

painful (5)

6 Marine mol­lusc that clings

tightly to rocks (6)

7 Sec­ond-hand but in per­fect

con­di­tion (2,3)

8 Lively Ir­ish dance (3)

9 Deep cook­ing pan with

lid (8)

10 Black, pow­dery de­posit

from fire (4)

11 Plant like clover, eg ( 7)

12 Rent out (3)

13 Fun­gal dis­ease af­fect­ing

ce­real plants (5)

14 Loved in­tensely (6)

22 Still in bed (3,2)

24 _____ Crump, pop­u­lar Kiwi

writer who died in 1996 (5)

25 Smile ra­di­antly (4)

26 Glass flask used for serv­ing

wine or wa­ter (6)

27 Per­son who is re­cently

mar­ried (8) 29 Com­peti­tor’s reg­is­tra­tion in con­test (5)

31 Back part of foot below an­kle (4)

32 Uses spar­ingly in ef­fort to economise (6)

34 Flavour­ing made from cof­fee mixed with choco­late (5)

37 Le­gal pro­fes­sional (6)

38 Res­pi­ra­tory dis­or­der char­ac­terised by wheez­ing (6)

39 Worse than is ex­pected (5,3)

41 Get your ___ to­gether–

or­gan­ise your­self (3)

43 Maori word for New Zealand

wood pi­geon (6)

44 Use spade (3)

46 Re­lat­ing to kid­neys (5)

47 Thick, fried potato chunks

served with sour cream (6)

50 Large, sharp teeth of

an­i­mal (5)

52 Hold ____ – have power

or in­flu­ence (4)

54 Lazy per­son who does

no work (5)

55 US an­nual TV award (4) 57 See Mys­tery Clue

59 Com­pletely tires out (8)

60 See lower-right photo (8)

62 Small bit­ing in­sect ( 7)

65 _____ Quigan, New Zealand ac­tress, di­rec­tor and play­wright (6)

66 Given tran­quil­lis­ers ( 7)

67 Hav­ing beau­ti­ful, nat­u­ral

land­scape fea­tures (6)

68 Con­di­tions spec­i­fied in

agree­ment (5)

70 Rear­range or or­gan­ise

dif­fer­ently (5)

72 Nurs­ery _____ – tra­di­tional

verse for chil­dren (5)

74 Push against gen­tly (5)

75 Strong, hard, mag­netic

metal (4)

77 Dog of mixed breed (3)

79 In­sti­tute le­gal pro­ceed­ings

against (3)

When com­plete, the shaded let­ters will re­veal a well- known film, TV, book or song ti­tle (see mys­tery clue below).

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