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Two-speed coffeebrea­k

Two sets of clues – but the answers are the same.

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Cryptic clues

ACROSS

1 Hand fits awkwardly (4)

4 German gets free network (4)

6 Foundation is corrupt (4)

8 Touch a tub, possibly (4)

11 Managed to find time to

yell (4)

13 Non-specific officer (7)

14 Rob new sphere (3)

16 Furniture list (5)

18 Heard collier is

unimportan­t (5)

21 Ms Parton with camera

support (5)

22 Challenged out of dread (5) 24 Meg returned something

valuable (3)

25 But mine built road

surface (7)

28 Need to rearrange garden (4) 30 Thus get attorney a

beverage (4)

31 Organise sale of drinks (4) 32 Knock back feathers (4)

33 Remain and support (4)

DOWN

1 Tire of emblem (4)

2 Astound by juggling nuts (4) 3 Carriage has a quantity of diamonds (5)

4 Facts in emergency (3)

5 Stupid, not saying anything (4)

7 Food as ordered by boy (5)

9 Next to keys on edge (6)

10 Heard note from singer (5)

12 Charge for ring (4)

15 Trusted engineers were untruthful (6)

17 Coach gets no new dividend (5)

19 Mean to alter handle (4)

20 Film about British revolt (5) 23 Restaurant or its customer (5) 24 Element of victory (4)

26 Tom’s broken more than half (4)

27 Blue fleet (4)

29 He’s good at karate (3)

Quick clues ACROSS

1 Clenched hand (4) 4 Maths chart (4)

6 Platform (4)

8 Adjoin (4)

11 Rage (4)

13 Widespread (7)

14 Globe (3)

16 Counter (5)

18 Child (5)

21 Child’s figurine (5) 22 Was brave enough (5)

24 Precious stone (3) 25 Roofing material (7) 28 Paradise (4)

30 Sparkling water (4) 31 Beers (4)

32 Depressed (4)

33 Keep (4)

DOWN

1 Banner (4)

2 Amaze (4)

3 Jeweller’s unit (5) 4 Informatio­n (3)

5 Speechless (4)

7 Cold dish (5)

9 Adjacent to (6)

10 Singing voice (5) 12 Chime (4)

15 Depended (6)

17 Extra payment (5) 19 Title (4)

20 Insurgent (5)

23 Cafe (5)

24 Valuable metal (4) 26 Majority (4)

27 Armed force (4) 29 Man’s name (3)

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