Quiz Cross­word

The Star Early Edition - - TONIGHT PUZZLES -

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7 Hi­malayan moun­tain in In­dia that is the third high­est in the world (13) 8 Robert, French painter whose works in­clude 1913’s Sun, Tower, Air­plane (8) 9 Agatha Christie novel fea­tur­ing the Sans Souci Ho­tel (1,2,1) 10 Thick, in­cen­di­ary liq­uid con­sist­ing of petrol gelled with alu­minium soaps (6) 12 The ... Na­tional Park in Ar­gentina was added to the UNESCO World Her­itage List in 1984 (6) 14 Hanns, au­thor of the 1947 book Com­pos­ing for the Films (6) 16 Byzan­tine general un­der Em­peror Jus­tinian I whose great­est achieve­ment was the con­quest of the Ostro­gothic king­dom in Italy (6) 18 The ... is a Test cricket ground in Lon­don, Eng­land (4) 20 Cer­e­mony of the Span­ish In­qui­si­tion in­clud­ing the pro­nounce­ment of sen­tences upon heretics (4-2-2) 22 2001 novel by Paul Th­er­oux (5,8)

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1 Make of car driven by Juan Fan­gio in win­ning the 1957 world F1 mo­tor rac­ing cham­pi­onship (8) 2 Large trop­i­cal Amer­i­can her­biv­o­rous lizard with a spiny crest along the back (6) 3 Joan, ac­tress who di­rected the film Au­tumn in New York (4) 4 Semi-au­to­bi­o­graph­i­cal po­lit­i­cal novel by Benjamin Dis­raeli (8) 5 FW, di­rec­tor of the 1922 film Nos­fer­atu (6) 6 Car­bo­hy­drate ob­tained from sea­weeds that is used in ice cream as a thick­en­ing agent (4) 11 Small ensem­ble of street mu­si­cians in Mex­ico (8) 13 Florenz, US mu­si­cal com­edy pro­ducer noted for his ex­trav­a­gant re­vues who died in 1932 (8) 15 DK, Aus­tralia crick­eter who took 5-84 on his Test de­but against Eng­land at Ade­laide in 1971 (6) 17 Nel­son, Best Mu­sic, Scor­ing Orig­i­nal Song Score and/or Adap­ta­tion Os­car win­ner for the 1974 film The Great Gatsby (6) 19 Any of a fam­ily of stringed in­stru­ments that pre­ceded the vi­o­lin fam­ily (4) 21 Another name for the large ma­rine fish called a tunny (4)

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