The Jewish Chronicle - - LIFE - 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.

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 1G This dog won Olympic medals. (5) 1I Tire out in the back of the car. (7) 1L But pea is not a green colour. (5) 2C Don’t let it hap­pen to poor Nell. (6) 4E A thou­sand drink cab­bage. (4) 5M Spice or foot­ball de­cep­tion. (6) 6A Fifty and one pound of wa­ter. (6) 7F Any gizmo is one. (6) 8K A cir­cu­lar char­ity. (6) 9C Sep­a­rate suc­cess im­me­di­ately. (6) 10I A hard com­pany to work for. (4) 12N Go for a tramp in the States. (4) DOWN

2A Try and save this bowl. (4) 2G Sounds like picks the mint box. (3) 3I Ring the French with great ex­cite­ment. (6)

4B It keeps a potato warm. (6) 5I The wrong way to rub an in­ner city. (5) 6A Even a palin­drome. (5) 7E Greet a white heron. (5) 8J Ma­jor Ket­tle. (4) 9A Re­lax and turn back the clock. (6) 10F Hook used ini­tially by the fore­man. (4) 12K Lit­tle Richard wasn’t im­pe­cu­nious. (4) 13G A fruity English man. (5) 14C Court an owl. (3) 15M A tu­tor for the God­fa­ther. (3) AN­SWERS TO SCRAB­BLE CROSSWORD 564 ACROSS Jambed, Kilt, Quite, In­come, Re­lax, Vi­zor, Youth, Vigil, Brews, Tiff, Palate, One, Wage Use DOWN Grimaldi, Vicar, En­zyme, Candy, Verb, Rapid, Tough, Death, Woof, Walrus, Nan, Res, Goose

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