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3 Rabbi Loew of Prague’s dan­ger­ous pro­tege made of clay (5)

8 Old Jewish spice, say, cook orig­i­nally put in (6)

9 Big de­par­ture that fea­tured Paul New­man on screen (6)

10 En­thu­si­as­tic about Ja­panese re­li­gion, not keep­ing quiet (4)

11 Brother Mel up­set by ac­tor play­ing In­spec­tor Clouseau’s boss (7,3)

12 God, no! Aida’s aw­ful (He­brew) (6) 13 The son of He­caliah and last book of The Ke­tu­vim (8)

16 Friendly ar­range­ment as hos­pi­tal depart­ment dou­bles in­take, fi­nally (7) 17 A res­i­dent of Tel Aviv, I read up I Kings (7) 20 ‘...only one kid (for two zuzim)...’ (Yid­dish - vari­ant spell­ing) (3,5)

23 Jewish as­cetic, found among the less en­er­getic (6)

25 Esau’s sec­ond wife (Gen. 36:2) (10) 27 Sholem **** - Pol­ish-Amer­i­can Yid­dish writer found in drama school (4) 28 Ge­orge ****** - com­poser of ‘Ru­ma­nian Rhap­sody’ (6)

29 Bert is wrong, folks! Old Is­rael had twelve (6)

30 Jewish nov­el­ist who went to The Cas­tle af­ter The Trial (1883-1924) (5)


1 Made amends on Yom Kip­pur by ar­rang­ing to do­nate (6)

2 Jewish com­poser cho­sen for new or­ches­tra­tion ahead of his pupil (18741951) (10)

3 Quickly! Hurry Up! (Yid­dish) (8)

4 Ire­land cricket side’s out, giv­ing sly looks (7)

5 King (He­brew) (6) 6 Dover, per­haps, re­ject­ing ex­cess of French­men (4)

7 Drink up in­side dome (6)

12 A let­ter in He­brew - a help, if trans­lated (5)

14 Ha­sidic area of Jerusalem (vari­ant spell­ing - no ‘E’) (4,6) 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.


1E Eat it or play with your food. (9) 1K It fought a myth­i­cal lion. (7)

2C Leave noth­ing at the cap­i­tal. (5) 3H Pugilist or dog. (5)

3M What Pete may be pack­ing. (6) 7I Swear in court how old you are. (7) 8B May be ap­plied by a puff. (6)

10F War lead­ers met here. (5)

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