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When com­plete, the shaded letters will re­veal a well- known film, TV, book or song ti­tle (see mys­tery clue be­low).

Be in to win – write your an­swer on the coupon on page 73.

MYS­TERY CLUE

17ac & 48ac & 30dn & 61dn. A well-known book ti­tle (3,7,2,3,3)

ACROSS

1 Brief ex­am­i­na­tion

or peek (4-3)

5 Throws in a high arc (4)

7 Ex­ist­ing in fact (6)

11 Light row­ing boat (5)

15 _____ Swar­brick, young

New Zealand Green

Party MP (5)

16 Com­mer­cial busi­ness firm ( 7) 17 See Mys­tery Clue

18 Ed­i­ble oval nuts ( 7)

19 See up­per-left photo (6) 20 Gather to­gether in one

place (8)

21 Nor­mal or av­er­age (8)

24 Ac­ces­sory de­vice de­signed

to in­crease ca­pa­bil­ity (3-2)

25 Gold-coloured al­loy used to dec­o­rate fur­ni­ture and or­na­ments (6)

27 Fall ____ − fail com­pletely (4) 29 In­grained dirt (5)

32 New Zealand fish of the hake fam­ily (4)

34 High-pitched sound made by a mouse (6) 36 ____ out − launch new

prod­uct or ser­vice (4)

37 Left to start a jour­ney (8)

41 Pro­ces­sion of ve­hi­cles car­ry­ing a prom­i­nent per­son and en­tourage (9)

43 Born more re­cently ( 7)

44 Great­est in im­por­tance

or ex­cel­lence ( 7)

46 Boldly re­sist­ing au­thor­ity ( 7)

48 See Mys­tery Clue

51 Au­thor­i­ta­tive in­struc­tion (9)

53 TJ _____, New Zealand

All Black rugby player (8)

54 Warm and com­fort­able (4)

55 Eval­u­ate or ap­praise (6)

57 Gas used in flu­o­res­cent

lamps (4)

60 Sin­gle thick­ness (5)

62 Ex­cla­ma­tion of strong

dis­taste (4)

63 Colour­less wa­tery fluid

part of blood (6)

65 More pru­dent and

sen­si­ble (5)

68 Per­son you are

de­scended from (8)

71 Per­son who mon­i­tors some­thing in an of­fi­cial ca­pac­ity (8)

73 Re­lax after a pe­riod of work or ten­sion (6)

77 Sec­ond largest town in New Zealand’s Tas­man District ( 7) 79 Shade of colour (3)

80 Move back­wards ( 7) 81 Lan­guage of an­cient Rome (5) 82 Handy gad­get (5)

83 Ad­min­is­ter tran­quil­lis­ing drugs to (6)

84 ____ hot and cold − wa­ver be­tween con­flict­ing po­si­tions (4) 85 Sil­ver metal that is liq­uid

at room tem­per­a­ture ( 7)

DOWN

1 Stretchy fab­ric used for close-fit­ting sports clothing (5)

2 Legally or morally bound ( 7)

3 Young ger­mi­nated plant (8)

4 Ev­ery in­di­vid­ual one (4)

5 New Zealand’s Wait­omo

Caves are formed of this (9)

6 Burn fiercely (5)

8 Lamb or veal chop (6)

9 House­hold im­ple­ments (8)

10 Woody climb­ing trop­i­cal

plant (5)

11 ___ up − give a brief

re­view of the main points (3)

12 Lo­cated to­wards cen­tre (5)

13 ____ track − route or method that pro­vides quick re­sults (4)

14 Sign or to­ken that rep­re­sents

some­thing else (6)

22 Fol­low closely and

per­sis­tently (3)

23 Pro­longed bit­ter

quar­rel or dis­pute (4) 24 Feel­ing guilt, em­bar­rass­ment and re­morse (7)

26 _____ Havoc, New Zealand ra­dio host and me­dia per­son­al­ity (5)

28 Val­ues highly (9)

30 See Mys­tery Clue

31 Work hard over a

pe­riod of time (4)

33 Set of ar­ti­cles for a

spe­cific pur­pose (3)

35 Oc­cur­ring four times

a year (9)

36 Ap­prox­i­mately or

there­abouts ( 7)

38 Par­tic­u­lar fea­ture of

some­thing (6)

39 Ad­mit to holy or­ders (6)

40 Parched due to a

lack of rain­fall (4)

42 En­grave or cut

de­sign into (4)

45 _____ Cat­ton, suc­cess­ful

New Zealand nov­el­ist ( 7)

47 Boat or ship for con­vey­ing pas­sen­gers over a short dis­tance (5)

49 Sound of car horn (4)

50 Quan­ti­ties of pa­per (5) 52 Put on ___ − post­poned

or shelved (3)

53 Mash into a soft,

soggy mass (4)

56 See lower-right photo (9)

58 Burned sur­face of (8)

59 Cheat or fraud­ster (8)

61 See Mys­tery Clue

64 Gen­tle sheen (6)

66 Ja­panese acu­pres­sure

ther­apy ( 7)

67 Royal _____ & Bird Pro­tec­tion So­ci­ety −

New Zealand en­vi­ron­men­tal or­gan­i­sa­tion (6)

69 Mu­si­cal sounds of

a cer­tain pitch (5)

70 In _____ − cry­ing (5)

72 Be equal to in

qual­ity or abil­ity (5)

74 Gloomy and drab (5)

75 Con­ceit­edly pleased

with your­self (4)

76 Part of school year (4)

78 Con­scious­ness of

your own iden­tity (3)

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