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Woman’s Day (NZ) - - Puz­zles -

ACROSS

1. Ac­tor known as “The Rock”, Dwayne … 4. Mel­bourne river 8. Ex­plode like a vol­cano 11. Crick­eters at the crease 16. Land­mark, Syd­ney … House 18. Fruit used for mar­malade (7,6) 19. Walt Dis­ney theme park (6,7) 21. At risk (2,6) 23. Course of a jour­ney 24. Af­firmed 26. Per­forms in a play 28. Open-handed blow 31. Af­ter­wards 32. Boat pad­dle 34. Spook­ily strange 35. Plant, tiger … 36. Pon­der, muse 37. Fury, wrath 38. Ab­sence of light 40. Fa­thers 42. Sym­bol of Aries 43. Soviet Union (1,1,1,1) 47. Monte Carlo’s prin­ci­pal­ity 48. Fore­arm bone 50. Horse­back sport 53. With­out de­lay (2,4) 54. En­gine 56. Ex­pend (3,2) 57. Com­pany of the­atri­cal per­form­ers 60. Am­bi­tious peo­ple (2-7) 61. Ge­o­log­i­cal lay­ers 64. Ja­pan’s cur­rency 65. Painful 67. Chat 70. Col­lar a crim­i­nal 71. Molten rock 72. Is in­de­ci­sive 73. At a dis­tance,

from … 74. Louse egg 76. Stay in a tent 79. Whirlpool 81. Dis­card,

get … of 83. Not pe­rused 85. Ev­ery­body

(3,3,3) 86. Cross out 87. Old weight mea­sure­ment 88. Kylie Minogue’s “I Should Be So …” 89. Tooth sur­face 90. Rugs 93. Rub­ber wheel cover 95. Ap­pear in view 96. Tem­po­rary pause 99. Re­vere, hold in … 100. Bookie’s

prices 102. Hair­less 104. Par­ents’ sis­ters 105. Un­der­ground

parts of a plant 106. En­snare 108. Se­nior mem­ber

of a tribe 109. Skirt’s sewn

edge 111. Ca­nine

re­straint 113. Prayer end­ing 116. Text en­try

mis­take 118. In­hales and

ex­hales 120. Pester, ir­ri­tate 121. Un­fas­tens

by twist­ing 122. Dried fruit-rich Yule­tide con­fec­tion (9,4) 124. State of be­ing

awake 125. House made

of ice 126. Spray can 127. In­cor­rect 128. Make a noise

dur­ing sleep 129. Re­volves

DOWN

1. Up­hold­ing of what is fair and right 2. Plan to get by de­vi­ous means (4,7,2) 3. With­out a noise 5. Of­fi­cial lan­guage of Qatar 6. Fred As­taire’s danc­ing part­ner, Gin­ger … 7. Go­rilla 8. His­tor­i­cal pe­riod 9. Shoot­ing ar­eas 10. Bay­watch star,

… Anderson 12. Pot­tered about

with ma­chin­ery

13. Large Euro­pean sea 14. Wan­der­ing life­style 15. Rain heav­ily 17. Jazz great, … Fitzger­ald 20. En­ergy field sur­round­ing the body 22. Ad­di­tional 25. Puts in or­der 26. Cre­ative stud­ies 27. Bird­song 29. Per­mit­ted by law 30. Lima’s coun­try 32. Ladies’ fin­gers veges 33. Sloped walk­way 39. With­out con­tents 40. Rounded roof 41. Same again 44. Grow big­ger 45. Knocks sharply 46. Meat on a skewer, shish … 48. Im­pel 49. Care­less 51. Pre-pre­pared for roast­ing (4-5) 52. Forcibly re­move 55. Prick­ling, sting­ing 58. Conifer gum 59. Span­ish open square 62. Al­most un­de­tectable amount 63. Un­spo­ken but un­der­stood 65. Small pouch 66. Com­puter stor­age disk, CD … 68. Tack on 69. Kiwi broad­caster, ... Gre­gory 74. Naked fig­ures 75. Ex­per­i­men­ta­tion (5,3,5) 77. De­clare in­valid 78. Com­po­si­tion in verse 79. Aus­tralian model, … Macpher­son 80. Cubed (vegeta­bles) 81. New configuration 82. Put off, dis­cour­age 84. Toy, rag … 86. Pig­ments 91. Mu­si­cal about an or­phan girl 92. Rib­bon waist­band 93. Part of school year 94. Size­able 97. Not war­ranted, with … force 98. Fic­tional kick-butt char­ac­ter, ... Croft 100. Nor­way’s cap­i­tal 101. Pulled to­gether

cur­tains 103. Tooth doc­tors 106. Stocky 107. Wanted ac­tress,

… Gib­ney 110. Ital­ian vol­cano 112. Op­poses 114. Meat-grind­ing

ma­chine 115. Cloth servi­ette 116. Mag­nate 117. Of­fi­cer in charge of

fi­nances on a ship 119. Shi­ralee or bedroll 121. Apart­ment 123. Hen’s pro­duce 124. Crispy let­tuce

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