THIS WEEK’S BIG CROSS­WORD

Woman’s Day (Australia) - - Puzzles -

ACROSS

1. Down in the mouth (4-5) 6. Mu­si­cal, … and the Amaz­ing Tech­ni­colour Dream­coat 11. Walk­ing speed 13. NZ vam­pire com­edy movie, What We Do In The … 15. Aus­tralian model, … Kerr 17. Spend ex­trav­a­gantly 18. Be of one mind 19. Belt knives 21. Se­cret agent 23. Teth­ered (4,2) 25. Fur­ther from the mar­gin, an … para­graph 26. Star Wars movie, The … Strikes Back 28. Jour­nal­ist’s ac­count, eg 30. Ha­vana’s is­land 31. Large brass in­stru­ment 33. Sec­ond Greek let­ter 34. Smart­phone pro­gram, eg 36. De­fined pe­ri­ods 37. US Mor­mon State 39. Sep­a­rated, pulled … 42. From the Emer­ald Isle 44. Red­den 46. Pos­sessed 47. Base­ball glove 49. The Grad­u­ate star, … Ban­croft 51. Demon­strated (how to do it) 52. Burj Khal­ifa’s lo­ca­tion 53. Eye dis­ap­prov­ingly, look … at 54. Ex­tinct birds 57. In­fants’ beds 59. Back of the neck 61. Ten­nis great, … Rose­wall 63. Trade­marks 66. Loft room 68. Flats, home … 69. Pour through a colan­der 70. Panache 73. Path (of a river) 74. Rare and un­usual ob­ject 75. Skin abra­sion 76. French Poly­ne­sian is­land 77. “Laugh­ing” African scav­enger 80. Aus­tralian golfer, Greg … 81. Hos­tile ri­val 82. Two times 85. Large jug with a han­dle 88. Group of sheep 90. Cleanse with wa­ter 92. Armed con­flicts 94. Re­mains (in place) 97. Han­dled (dif­fi­cult ques­tions) 98. Go in 100. Cra­nium, head bone 102. Clump (of grass) 103. Ruf­fian, thug 104. Wa­ter or­gan­isms, blue-green … 106. Re­duces speed 108. Mo­tion­less 111. Colour of old pho­tos 113. Jump­ing bit­ing in­sect 114. Lost vi­tal fluid 116. Had a meal 117. Kiln, pot­tery … 119. En­tan­gle­ment 120. Work hard 121. Go back on one’s word 123. Desert wan­der­ers, eg 126. Pro­vided dur­ing a plane jour­ney (2-6) 127. Green, yel­low or red pulse 129. Scot­tish hero, Rob … 131. Fast ro­ta­tion im­parted to a ball 134. Spook­ily strange 135. Novice, L-plater 136. Fab­ric of­f­cut, rem­nant 137. Fought vig­or­ously 138. Air cool­ers 139. Breed of dairy cow 140. Be at the fore­front, … the cam­paign

DOWN

1. Con­straint 2. Brav­ery, guts 3. Melted cheese dish 4. Steep rugged rock 5. Com­pleted, … and dusted 6. Singer and Bran Nue

Dae star, … Mauboy 7. Buf­fet of cold side dishes (5,3) 8. Cream-coloured car­rot-like ve­g­ies 9. One-lin­ers, jokes 10. Replica 11. Re­li­gious verse 12. Short-legged dog breed 13. Harsh 14. Di­als a num­ber 16. Neatly dressed 20. Clothes 22. Ad­di­tion sign 24. Hang in loose folds 26. Deep-voiced US ac­tor, James … Jones 27. Vel­vety cloth 29. Bus de­pots, eg 30. Looked af­ter, … for 32. Writer of Waltz­ing

Matilda, … Pater­son 35. Fa­mously fe­ro­cious river-fish 38. Plant prickle 40. Puts num­bers to­gether 41. Dalai Lama’s home­land 42. Soli­tary item, all by … 43. Per­son who il­le­gally breaks into com­put­ers 44. Auc­tion of­fer 45. So­viet Union (1,1,1,1) 48. Knock gen­tly 50. Once sur­named 55. Ja­panese art of paper fold­ing 56. Very lewd 57. Jeer from the au­di­ence 58. Rip­ping 60. Word com­posed of ini­tials 62. Nat­u­ral lumps of gold 64. Trop­i­cal fish tanks 65. Up­sets greatly, ap­pals 66. Ex­tremely old 67. In a curt man­ner 71. Pro­duce (an egg) 72. Tav­ern, pub 77. Ac­quired pat­terns of be­hav­iour 78. Take ad­van­tage of 79. Too, also (2,4) 83. In any case, … or not 84. Names in court, eg 85. Pop­u­lar item on chil­dren’s menus (4,6) 86. Ex­cite mirth in 87. Nor­we­gian cap­i­tal 89. Rot­ten (food) 91. Fuss and bother 92. Shawl, shoul­der cover 93. Type of curry, … josh 95. Don­key 96. Mar­ket booth, eg 99. Aer­ated (a room) 101. Woolly South Amer­i­can an­i­mal 105. Show sim­i­lar­i­ties be­tween 107. Fran­tic, at your … end 109. Un­be­liev­able ac­count (4,4) 110. Tight ly­cra trousers 112. Place where lashes grow 114. Ball­point pen 115. Dis­ney bird, … Duck 117. Con­tainer for fin­ished work (3-4) 118. Cricket prac­tice area, the … 122. Male or fe­male 124. Liqueur, Tia … 125. Slim­ming pro­grams 128. At that place 129. Hurry, speed 130. Shout loudly 132. Bursts sud­denly 133. Jab with your fin­ger

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