Su­per Cryp­tic

The Star Early Edition - - TONIGHT -

1 Fight dirty from the be­gin­ning (7) 5 Some­one throw­ing up in a fish­ing boat, per­haps (7) 9 It does fol­low the sun will come out in mid-week (5) 10 Hits the lit­tle creep, which is funny (9) 11 He turned the gun on the man (6) 12 Sent away the doc­u­ment left in (8) 14 The ves­sels are cut­ters, the Cock­ney tells you (5) 15 Just the same, the girl did the re­pairs (9) 18 A drink for the knit­ting cir­cle? (5-4) 20 Be start­ing early on oc­ca­sions (5) 22 Back up, arches weirdly as you come by (8) 24 Whirling round again, stop quickly (6) 26 The build­ing worker con­vert­ing al­ters the in­te­rior through­out (9) 27 She fin­ishes off the meal with dessert (5) 28 Un­der­stands the cap­tive is very peeved (7) 29 Pleased to find the money in­vested, not frittered (7) 1 For a while, the quaint weed is in flower (9) 2 Give you an­other help­ing, but it’s ex­tra (7) 3 Peo­ple in gen­eral, like fools, fol­low­ing them (3,6) 4 The hard­wood is a mess (4) 5 Will, when one’s young, be not a hanger-on at par­ties (5,5) 6 He’s one of the singers from “The Bach­e­lors,” in that case (5) 7 Cheated with the new di­ets and the weight started go­ing up (7) 8 Shot across and ti­died up the bed (5) 13 Sick of hav­ing only one kind? (3,2,5) 16 Have the idea you are in show busi­ness? (9) 17 Serve one’s time for be­ing a crook (9) 19 Hol­i­day re­sort that makes, for many, a great change (7) 21 Don’t no­tice one at the very be­gin­ning of the let­ter (7) 22 Plays at a smok­ing con­cert? (5) 23 Come out the door (5) 25 He rammed the rear end into the ice-breaker (4)

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