Quiz­word & Cross­word

Two sets of clues, two dif­fer­ent an­swers – all on the same grid. Choose one or the other.

Daily Mirror - - PUZZLES -

Quiz­word ACROSS

1 South Amer­i­can repub­lic; cap­i­tal San­ti­ago (5) 4 The —, 2007 novel by Robert Har­ris (5) 10 Joe —, author of stage plays What the But­ler Saw and En­ter­tain­ing Mr Sloane (5) 11 Full-bod­ied golden-coloured sweet sherry (7) 12 — II, King of Eng­land from 978-1013 and 1014-16 (8) 13 Small­est quan­tity of an el­e­ment that can take part in a chem­i­cal re­ac­tion (4) 15 R S —, Eng­land Test crick­eter who hit 104 against West In­dies in Bridgetown in 2009 (6) 17 See 21 Down 19 Kata­rina —, 1988 Olympic fig­ure skat­ing gold medal­list (4) 20 Calvin —, pres­i­dent of the US from 1923-29 (8) 23 State cap­i­tal of North Carolina, US (7) 24 Ir­win —, di­rec­tor of ad­ven­ture films Five Weeks in a Bal­loon and Voy­age to the Bot­tom of the Sea (5) 25 Iain —, late author of nov­els The Busi­ness and The Wasp Fac­tory (5) 26 One of a num­ber of prophetesses in an­cient Greece and Rome such as that of Cu­mae, who guided Ae­neas through the un­der­world (5)

DOWN

2 2005 film com­edy star­ring Will Smith in the ti­tle role (5) 3 The —, 1966 novel by Kristin Hunter (8) 5 Thomas —, author of 1843 poem The Song of the Shirt (4) 6 and 22 British steamed suet pud­ding con­tain­ing cur­rants (7,4) 7 and 8 Ja­cobean tragedy by Thomas Mid­dle­ton pub­lished in 1657 (5,6,5) 8 See 7 Down 9 Ac­tor who starred as Bobby Gold in 1991 film drama Homi­cide (3,8) 14 Cap­i­tal of Sar­dinia (8) 16 An­other name for the kneecap (7) 18 Pik —, South Africa Min­is­ter of For­eign Af­fairs from 1977-94 (5) 21 and 17 Across Spot­ted trout named af­ter a char­ac­ter in 1841 Charles Dick­ens novel Barn­aby Rudge (5,6) 22 See 6 Down

So­lu­tions in to­mor­row’s Daily Mir­ror

Cross­word ACROSS

1 Ma­jor re­li­gion (5) 4 Stum­bles (5) 10 Shin­bone (5) 11 As­sumed iden­tity or char­ac­ter (7) 12 Con­form­ing to es­tab­lished views (8) 13 Tablet (4) 15 Want­ing too much (6) 17 Unique or re­mark­able per­son (3-3) 19 Norse god (4) 20 Insin­u­a­tion (8) 23 Not one or the other (7) 24 Cor­ner (5) 25 Foe (5) 26 Of lit­tle im­por­tance, triv­ial (5)

DOWN

2 Wooden shoe (5) 3 Very large snake (8) 5 Un­com­mon (4) 6 Stip­u­lated con­di­tion (7) 7 Forte (6,5) 8 Gar­ment worn in the kitchen (5) 9 Veg­etable type (11) 14 Move in waves (8) 16 Is­sue (7) 18 En­raged (5) 21 Pe­riod of dark­ness (5) 22 Close friend (4)

So­lu­tions in to­mor­row’s Daily Mir­ror

Newspapers in English

Newspapers from UK

© PressReader. All rights reserved.