cROSS­WORD

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Try our easy or cryp­tic clues – they both lead to the same an­swers. Re­ar­range the let­ters in the shaded squares to form the an­swer. Clue: Mostly fool­ing English poet (6)

easy clues

ACROSS 1 Rubbed gen­tly (7)

5 Fur­thest down (7)

10 Liq­uid mea­sure (4) 11 Blood­suck­ing fly­ing mam­mal (7,3)

12 Me­dieval mu­si­cian (8) 13 Car op­er­a­tor (6) 14 Omelette in­gre­di­ents (4) 15 Hus­band‑to‑be (10) 17 Draws at­ten­tion to (words in a text) (10)

19 Mod­ish, fash­ion­able (4) 20 Ad­vise (6)

22 Cooked with cheese (2,6) 24 US ‘Golden State’ (10) 25 Bib­li­cal brother of

Ja­cob (4)

26 Edi­ble seeds with a hard wrin­kled shell (7)

27 Dis­placed per­son (7)

DOWN

2 Go­ing to bed (7,2) 3 Liq­uid dif­fu­sion in plants (7)

4 Young of the eel (5) 6 Sin­ners (9)

7 Chief (7)

8 Bladed boot for ice (5) 9 Pig­ment used for walls (8,5)

15 Nanny’s mate (5,4) 16 Be­gin (9)

18 Is­sue (7)

19 French cas­tle (7)

21 44th US pres­i­dent (5) 23 Clear­ing in a wood (5)

cryp­tic clues

ACROSS

1 One row­ing with daugh­ter gets ca­ressed (7)

5 Low­est form of river ver­min (7)

10 Small drink from doc­tor be­fore morn­ing (4)

11 Se­duc­tive type a biter per­haps? Yes! (7,3)

12 Mu­si­cian let in Mrs

Twist (8)

13 Den­mark’s first flower club (6)

14 Urges, say, on banks of Ganges (4)

15 Wed­ding par­tic­i­pant ren­o­vates big red room (10)

17 Re­in­forces be­low the track (10)

19 El­e­gant young bird with no tail (4)

20 Tell Huguenot if you’re im­pris­oned (6)

22 Af­ter a month, sailor hasn’t fin­ished with cheese (2,6)

24 Pro­vid­ing that poor Carolina trav­els round state (10)

25 Isaac’s son is in the sauna (4)

26 Fi­nally show un­fa­mil­iar sul­tan cracked items (7)

27 Urge fee amend­ment for ex­ile (7)

DOWN

2 Hand over drink when go­ing to bed (7,2)

3 Dif­fu­sion of moss is noth­ing to worry about (7)

4 Elvis is not meet­ing queen and young swim­mer (5)

6 Sin­ners re­viled so cru­elly (9)

7 Head of gov­ern­ment de­stroys em­pire, right? (7)

8 Fully fill by swal­low­ing thou­sand fish (5)

9 Wall cov­er­ing for mov­ing mule into Spain (8,5)

15 Wilder at­tempt at nanny’s part­ner (5,4)

16 Found mov­ing to

Nige­ria (9)

18 Note I’d pre­pared about one is­sue (7)

19 Two drinks by up­per‑class French manor (7)

21 Abra­ham about to hold up an­other pres­i­dent (5)

23 Clear­ing pleased en­emy leader (5)

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