TWO SPEED CROSSWORD

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QUICK Across

1. Quote (4)

3. Cred­its (8)

9. Miscellaneous com­po­si­tion (7)

10. Se­nior mem­ber (5)

11. Sub­mis­sion to ex­cess light (12)

13. Dis­in­ter (6)

15. Short jacket (6)

17. In­dif­fer­ent (12)

20. Flooded (5)

21. In­ter­rupt (5,2)

22. De­lay (8)

23. Em­ployer (4)

Down

1. Cre­ated (8)

2. Taut (5)

4. Brushes (6)

5. Found again (12)

6. Lau­rel (3,4)

7. Trigonom­e­try func­tion (4)

8. Art of win­ning (12)

12. Cap­i­tal city dweller (8)

14. Air­craft stores (7)

16. Ja­cob’s son (6)

18. Steals (5)

19. Draw breath (4)

CRYPTIC Across

1. It sounds like a par­tic­u­lar place to give as an ex­am­ple (4)

3. At­tributes as be­ing a re­li­gious writer (8)

9. Game not spoilt by the set­ting of the film (7)

10. Be­ing a se­nior mem­ber, the Spa­niard will take you in (5)

11. What films and ex­ces­sively pub­li­cised film-stars may suf­fer from! (12)

13. To do this with­out au­thor­ity would be a grave of­fence (6)

15. Just the dress for a Span­ish dance (6)

17. De­scrib­ing one who shows no con­cern for the re­turn on his money? (12)

20. Saw a ship flooded in­side (5)

21. It’s al­most shat­ter­ing to make a violent en­trance (5,2)

22. To do this may be re­garded as off­putting (8)

23. He is sure to change things to his pur­poses (4)

Down

1. Pro­duced a strain with­out feel­ing strain!... (8)

2. ...Feel­ing just the op­po­site in time! (5)

4. Clears up the mines, maybe (6)

5. Com­mu­nist is hid­den, but brought to light again (12)

6. Lau­rel is a fea­ture of the cove (3,4)

7. An ex­tract from the propo­si­tions in Eu­clid (4)

8. The craft of the player! (12)

12. Bri­tish cap­i­tal­ist (8)

14. Ac­com­mo­da­tion on which air­craft com­pa­nies de­pend? (7)

16. Be­ing a brother of Joseph sounds like a mat­ter of re­gret to Ben­jamin! (6)

18. Cap­tures and shoots (5)

19. There’s no more in­spi­ra­tion af­ter the last one (4)

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