SOLVEOUR Shabbat-friendly crossword. Writing is not required — just use your Scrabble board and tiles to spell out the answers to the cryptic clues. HOWTOPLAY: Use the letter tiles from the game of Scrabble to spell out the answers to the clues below. Do not use the two blank tiles. Place the tiles on the Scrabble board according to the grid references given with the clues. If you successfully complete the puzzle, you will have used all 98 tiles. ACROSS 1E It’s a job for you and I to make a trinket. (5) 2B Draws back 5G. (5) 2I The end of a long Parliament. (4) 3K Are apathetic potatoes found in this bed. (4) 3M A great dog. (4) 5G I heard it was Pete’s race track. (4) 6J Poor Ted’s weapon. (7) 7C It was once a vast expanse. (5) 7E One needs four and fifty to make bread. (5) 7H Elaborate how you docked! (6) 8M Was also hearty in Cheshire. (4) 11B O! gosh, it’s S-shaped. (4) 11N Catch on to the small branch. (4) 13D Maria drank it up on the island. (3) DOWN 2B Inset on the tankard. (5) 3G At least 51 in the squad were filthy. (7) 5B 8M across or bust. (6) 6J Dog kept in dirty kennels. (4) 7C Bags of room in these trousers. (6) 8G Convey by boat. (5) 8M Hasten to start reading the hieroglyphics. (3) 10J Live up to your rotten reputation. (4) 11A Number one returned the particle. (3) 11E Remember to change your minder. (6) 11M And went on and on in wretched weather. (3) 13A He certainly won’t chew the fat. (5) 14K Lady Smith was held up in Sidney Street. (5) 15D But forget to finish saying thanks. (4) ANSWERSNEXTWEEK ANSWERSTOLASTWEEK’SSCRABBLE ACROSS: Injury, Bath, Squeal, Madder, Exile One, Parka, Bitter, Ravel, Stud, Prune, Vista, Goof, DIY DOWN: Sinew, Monza, Toucan, Dough, Ego, Pillbox , Metal, Wreck, Privet, Hold, Info, Fiesta Devised and compiled by Derek Wine. SCRABBLE ® is a registered trademark of JW Spear & Sons Ltd, Maidenhead SL6 4UB, England, under licence from Mattel Europa BV, a subsidiary of Mattel Inc., ©Mattel 2006.