CROSS­WORD

Belfast Telegraph - - PUZZLES -

QUICK CLUES

Across

1. Pro­voke (6) 4. Hairdresser (6) 9. Stream sources (13) 10. Ar­ranged (7) 11. Edit (5) 12. Se­quence (5) 14. Party (5) 18. Trans­par­ent (5) 19. Vis­its (5,2) 21. Sit­ters (7,6) 22. Che­quered fab­ric (6) 23. Class (6)

Down

1. In­stil (6) 2. Forger (13) 3. Sum (5) 5. At­tain (7) 6. In­no­cence (13) 7. Live (6) 8. Heeds (5) 13. Two com­bined con­ti­nents (7) 15. Lean­ing (6) 16. Level (5) 17. Har­mony (6) 20. Gas (5)

CRYP­TIC CLUES

Across

1. Use provo­ca­tion that can be seen, by the sound of it (6) 4. He keeps locks in good trim (6) 9. Points from which jets start (13) 10. Came to stay and paid the bill (7) 11. You'll find me in­ter­rupt­ing the con­clu­sion to put things right (5) 12. Brethren are kept in this (5) 14. Cel­e­bra­tion for the Spanish af­ter the Rev­o­lu­tion (5) 18. It's very much in­clined to de­vi­ate (5) 19. Watches tele­vi­sion - to ob­serve de­prav­ity? (5,2) 21. They adopt dif­fer­ent at­ti­tudes when work­ing (7,6) 22. Paint­ing in brown wo­ven ma­te­rial (6) 23. Part of the course where not so much is staked (6)

Down

1. To make tea, for ex­am­ple, puts Amer­ica in a fine mess! (6) 2. He's in a money-mak­ing busi­ness (13) 3. What adds up to an un­fin­ished story (5) 5. Out of reach I even­tu­ally ac­com­plish what is re­quired (7) 6. One in this state can't be faulted (13) 7. In Buenos Aires I de­cide to take up per­ma­nent oc­cu­pa­tion (6) 8. Acts as nurse, but has some ob­jec­tion (5) 13. An ex­am­ple of an in­ter­con­ti­nen­tal link-up (7) 15. A par­tic­u­lar an­gle cho­sen by the press is not on the level (6) 16. A good poker hand - well-sup­plied with money (5) 17. The south in trade so­ci­ety agree­ment (6) 20. Cir­cle over the area, oxy­gen needed (5)

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