TWO-IN-ONE CROSSWORD PUZZLE

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4 Ac­counts in­spec­tions

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7 Smooth quality (8) 8 War­den (6) 10 Un­re­fined (5) 13 In­form (4)

14 Row (4)

15 Asi­atic lan­guage (4) 16 Per­form (3) 17 Com­fort (4)

19 Be brave enough (4) 21 French cheese (9) 23 Light (4)

24 Stud (4)

26 Gear (3)

27 Girl’s name (4) 29 Mu­si­cal work (4) 32 Eg oak (4)

33 Growl vi­ciously (5) 34 Gazed fixedly (6) 35 Very cau­tiously (8) 36 Long-har­boured

re­sent­ment (6)

DOWN

1 Re­spond (5) 2 Meet­ing-place (5) 3 Leg joint (4) 4 En­quired (5) 5 Per­sonal com­bat (4) 6 There­after (6) 9 Es­capes de­tec­tion (6) 11 Edge (3)

12 Reverie (5)

13 Quake (7)

15 Ap­ply (3)

16 Skill (3)

18 Unit of cur­rent (6) 20 Crime (5)

21 Fe­line crea­ture (3) 22 Snake (3)

23 Un­tidy rub­bish (6) 25 Dog (3)

28 Shelf (5)

30 Counter (5)

31 Kills (5)

32 Stepped (4) 33 Droops (4) 4 Horse with its face cov­ered? (6)

7 Where a lout wan­ders by the river (8)

8 Noise on court! (6)

10 That of the pud­ding with the soft top? (5)

13 More cap­i­tal ad­just­ment (4)

14 It can make furs wet (4)

15 Ill-man­nered enough to go af­ter Gert (4)

16 All you need for TV? (3)

17 It may be washed down (4)

19 The right to rest on the way (4)

21 Is it in­stru­men­tal in get­ting old men in a mud­dle? (9) 23 Healthy, or per­haps, only partly so (4)

24 Too thin to stand up straight? (4)

26 Tro­phy for lov­ing ? (3)

27 Be­comes im­mersed in the quest for prizes? (4) 29 Is­sue at a dif­fer­ent time (4)

32 One of the those all washed up? (4)

33 Doc­tor a per­son soundly (5)

34 Starts wild binges (6)

35 Amer­i­can rel­a­tive’s half day (5,3)

36 At­tack in­volv­ing RAF (6)

1 Is pulling out all th­ese a sound pro­ce­dure? (5)

2 He may be out in the mid­dle teach­ing (5)

3 Beat up in a game (4)

4 Royal cir­cle sur­rounded by the com­mon masses (5) 5 Pleas­ant way to get some­thing cold (4)

6 Team one gets cross with? (6)

9 She has time for an es­say­ist (6)

11 Tasty bit of crum­pet (3)

12 Bad man’s food? (5)

13 A name for the right to up­hold pos­si­bly (7)

15 It’s puni­tive in a par­o­dy­ing way (3)

16 View the ocean, say (3)

18 Was this TV line only a racket? (6)

20 The man in the din­ner jacket (5)

21 Plan drawn up by a woman? (3)

22 High hur­dles are too much for him (3)

23 He has some tim­ber in a hut (6)

25 Their ink is rel­a­tively spilt! (3)

28 The out­come when one lives with a woman (5) 30 think about love, Jerry! (5)

31 Rates of pay­ment for school­ing? (5)

32 Divi­sion one prima donna (4)

33 Lead astray in the val­ley (4) ACROSS: 1, Cooker; 7, Ob­li­gate; 8, Sped; 10, Shapes; 11, Agents; 14, Gel; 16, Lathe; 17, Tier; 19, Greet; 21, Pairs; 22, Taper; 23, Toes; 26, Or­der; 28, Far; 29, Stunts; 30, Ca­ress; 31, Eggs; 32, As­cended; 33, Ei­ther.

1, Cos­set; 2, Kip­per; 3, Rods; 4, Sin­gles; 5, Taint; 6, Verse; 8, Sage; 9, Eel; 12, Eat; 13, Theme; 15, Cried; 18, In­ert; 19, Gap; 20, Err; 21, Part­ing; 22, Ten; 23, Tar­get; 24, Ores; 25, Sis­ter; 26, Os­car; 27, Dutch; 28, Fag; 30, Cede.

1, Bot­tle; 7, Away game; 8, Dabs; 10, S-pine-t; 11, Plains; 14, Act; 16, In­let; 17, Sale; 19, First; 21, Leg-it; 22, Ton-up; 23, Me-E.t; 26, All-ow; 28, Buy; 29, Me-lo-n’s; 30, Posers; 31, Eats; 32, Some time; 33, Part-Ed.

1, Bosses; 2, Trance; 3, East (End); 4, Cy­clist; 5, Basil; 6, Least; 8, Dial; 9, Bet; 12, Ant; 13, Nerve; 15, GI-gue; 18, Arkle; 19, Fen; 20, Rip; 21, Low note; 21, To-O; 23, Must-ER; 24, E-yes; 25, Tossed; 26, Amiss; 27, LL-a-MA; 28, Boa; 30, Peep (rev).

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