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ACROSS

1 Re­cently de­ceased Jewish MP and ‘Father of The House’ (6,7)

9 Prophet, get­ting noth­ing wrong, back­ing ex­cel­lent horse (Nevi’im) (7)

10 Cer­e­mony of bless­ing over the wine (He­brew) (7)

11 David dep­re­cated pro­pa­ganda in this city (2 Sam. 1:20) (4)

12 Mas­sage re­quire­ment, so it’s said (5) 13 An­nual in­come from un­der-the­counter en­ter­prises (4)

16 A son of Moses and Zip­po­rah (Ex. 18:3) (7)

17 One of the sons of Harim (Ezra 10:31) (7) 18 An Is­raelite camp in The Wilder­ness (Num. 33:18) (7)

21 Friendly chat or flat­tery (Yid­dish) (7) 23 Laugh some don’t care for (4)

24 Face play on words I’m fol­low­ing (Yid­dish) (5)

25 Danny **** , Jewish-Amer­i­can funny man (1911-1987) (4)

28 Is first to re­ceive a priest, one from Haifa? (7)

29 Sam­son’s temptress cheered up, hav­ing pock­eted money (7)

30 Heard at ‘Fid­dler’ wed­ding - doc­tor sues nurses in mid­dle of prosta­te­c­tomy (7,6)

DOWN

1 Go where Ginger’s danc­ing with Ira’s brother (6,8)

2 Al­most ar­rive at em­i­nence that gen­er­ates nu­clear en­ergy (7)

3 Put down, face up (4)

4 Jewish priestly class of de­scen­dants of Aaron (He­brew) (7)

5 Rit­ual hand-wash­ing at The Seder (He­brew - vari­ant spelling) (7)

6 Fash­ion cut like grass, they say (4) 7 Be­ing green, Scots­man’s about to check English (7)

8 The ‘groom’ who ‘be­gins’ at Sim­chat Torah (He­brew) (6,8)

14 ***** Yis­roel, Ade­noi Elo­henu, Ade­noi Achad (5) 15 Us­ing one mo­tor­way, end up in Florida city (5)

19 Big trou­bles (Yid­dish) (7)

20 Jewish es­capol­o­gist who’d lis­tened to pop­u­lar sin­gle (7)

21 Cheat hav­ing small suc­cess led to re­form (7)

22 They gave ad­vice so wise and so clear, per­haps (7)

26 **** Uris - au­thor of the novel ‘Ex­o­dus’ (1924-2003) (4)

27 The colour of a Cor­don of cooks (4) HOW TO PLAY: 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

1B They are per­fectly cor­rect sto­ries. (4, 2)

1I Worn in court. (7)

2D Of which this is a form. (4)

2F Should be seen but not heard. (8) 2K The corpse needs a guard. (4) 2N In a meadow of­ten with­out a bi­ble. (3)

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