Friday - - Leisure -




13. 14. 15.





21. ACROSS 1. Stage and screen ac­tress whose roles in­clude Su­san Harper in the sit­com My Fam­ily and Quidditch coach Madam Hooch in Harry Pot­ter and the Philoso­pher’s Stone (9) Also called the whale, con­stel­la­tion con­tain­ing the vari­able star Mira, near Pisces and Aquarius (5) The E string of a vi­olin; also a se­quence of five cards in pi­quet (5) Span­ish his­tor­i­cal bal­lad; also a group of lan­guages de­scended from Latin in­clud­ing Cata­lan, French, Ital­ian and Por­tuguese. (7) Venus _______; species of car­niv­o­rous plant feed­ing mainly on in­sects (7) The US ‘gem state’ (5) Garment with styles in­clud­ing mini, midi, maxi, shift, shirt and tea (5) Liver­pudlian-born busi­ness­man and im­pre­sario who dis­cov­ered The Bea­tles and man­aged Gerry and the Pace­mak­ers and Cilla Black (7) Welsh Academy Award-win­ning ac­tor who starred in a se­ries of films as Thomas Har­ris’s char­ac­ter Han­ni­bal Lecter (7) Baked food based on flour, but­ter and wa­ter with va­ri­eties choux, filo, flaky, puff and short­crust (6) City on the Klyazma River; also the given name of the cur­rent pres­i­dent of Rus­sia (8) Bulb re­lated to chives, gar­lic, leeks and shal­lots, used as a veg­etable (5) 24. Largest moon of Saturn and sec­ond­largest in the So­lar Sys­tem af­ter Jupiter’s Ganymede (5) 26. Ger­man poet, play­wright and pro­po­nent of the Sturm und Drang move­ment who wrote The Rob­bers, Don Car­los and Wil­liam Tell (8) 28. English math­e­ma­ti­cian and code­breaker dur­ing the Sec­ond World War, con­sid­ered to be the fa­ther of ar­ti­fi­cial in­tel­li­gence and com­puter sci­ence (6) Mem­ber of a Quechuan peo­ple of Peru who es­tab­lished an em­pire be­fore the Span­ish con­quest (4) Where’s _____?; se­ries of books for chil­dren cre­ated by English au­thor and il­lus­tra­tor Martin Hand­ford (5)



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