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1 Spring greens dipped in salt wa­ter at The Seder (He­brew) (6)

5 Money con­tainer kept in the home for char­i­ta­ble pur­poses (Yid­dish) (6) 9 Da­mon, the wan­derer re­turned (5) 10 Sem­i­nal Re­form rabbi, epony­mous with the yeshiva col­lege at Lon­don’s Stern­berg Cen­tre (3,5)

12 Neigh­bour­hood in south­west Jerusalem, bor­der­ing Kiryat Me­nachem (2,5)

13 Is­rael’s fur­thest north Galil town right on the Le­banese bor­der (7)

14 In an­them, Bern­stein’s glow­ing piece (5)

16 The tra­di­tional day of Jewish mourn­ing (5,2,2)

18 Mus­lim ex­trem­ists (9)

21 This room is in chaos, a long way from tidy (5)

22 One physi­cian I put to rest, drunk (7)

24 Bad mark re­peated in one exam (7)

26 Peo­ple duck­ing un­for­tu­nate king up at Ox­ford? (8)

27 Ruth’s mother-in-law (5)

28 Went with­out sus­te­nance on Kol Nidrei (6)

29 Breach of faith? (6)

DOWN

2 Wood used by Solomon in build­ing The Tem­ple (5)

3 Re­bekah came from here (Gen. 25:20) (5,4)

4 King who showed his wis­dom by propos­ing a divi­sion (7)

5 One with shares putting pres­sure on hum­ble mor­tal (7)

6 ‘Big Brain’ does hurt (5) 7 An an­noy­ing stir­rer (Yid­dish ‘cook­ing spoon’) (9)

8 I re­jected pa­per taken in by grotesque racist (11)

11 Jewish-Amer­i­can fash­ion de­signer whose em­pire is head­quar­tered in Man­hat­tan (6,5)

15 Jewish home­maker seen on Welsh lake con­veyance with vol­un­teers (Yid­dish) (9)

17 A halt­ing-place of the Is­raelites dur­ing their wan­der­ings in the wilder­ness (Num. 33:30) (9)

19 Bur­dened - or ready to be, any­way (7) 20 Non-Jewish fe­males (Yid­dish pe­jo­ra­tive) (7)

23 Crow, black, sit­ting on kiln (5) 25 Ori­gins of jour­neys, say (5) 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 It suits you to detox. (6)

1E Mind this edge he said. (4)

1I A cut in the uni­form. (5)

2G A silent way to be rel­e­vant. (7) 3N I fool the pa­per or­der. (5)

4D Use tray to reach the river. (7) 7J More than three are elect­ing to swivel. (8)

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