Su­per Cryp­tic

The Star Early Edition - - TONIGHT -

1 Again has to do with de­feats in bat­tle (8) 5 Set­ting dou­ble store by one man (6) 9 By the usual means, grated cheese (8) 10 A prob­lem that will make one’s hair stand on end! (6) 12 In the fall, is pro­duc­ing fruit (6) 13 An en­ter­tainer for the Sun­day ex­cur­sion­ist (8) 15 Be quick to ir­ri­tate the dog? (4,2,6) 18 In se­cret, what the doc­tor takes be­fore giv­ing the in­jec­tion (2,4,6) 23 Is very keen to do bet­ter, as a crick­eter (4,4) 24 Shut up and have a half of bit­ter in the pub (6) 26 Took the or­der for the sec­ond course? (6) 27 Fold up when Hugo goes off on leave (8) 28 To clar­ify, it is again a nice day (6) 29 Went off about some ex­e­cu­tion (8) 1 Were we to go off wine, it would make news (6) 2 The metal-plated ves­sel you hand over to the po­lice (4,2) 3 She’s the girl hold­ing the veil out (7) 4 Un­til now, it’s al­ways been con­sid­ered ugly (4) 6 Would I be right in putting in “a penin­sula”? (7) 7 One is trained to fight fires (4,4) 8 Shows the un­usual sport the man goes in for (8) 11 Start ad­dress­ing Lucinda as Lulu (7) 14 Form, at first, a dis­like (7) 16 Bring down some­thing to wear (8) 17 Be go­ing in to con­fer about pro­duc­ing food (4-4) 19 Ori­en­tal fes­ti­val at the be­gin­ning of Novem­ber (7) 20 In the home, an ice­cream might taste of it (7) 21 Con­se­quence of some of the mea­sures ul­ti­mately taken (6) 22 Moved the child’s head that got stuck in one end, some­how (6) 25 Con­vinced “21” is not right in the head (4)

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