Irish Times Crosaire – Solution List – 9-November-2022
1.Lawyer takes it from accountant in the southeast
2.Some fermented crops are used as an ingredient in this quasi-lager
3.Bear the music played on phone, maybe
4.Hop on one foot to start with and kick it a long way
5.Just one taking it the wrong way and expressing disgust would be all that we need
6.Rebellious, overweight Goth spurned onlooker
7.Writer in Devon loses the head, upset by table of contents
8.Unpopular individual, who was never welcome in PTA, arranges noon assembly
9.Did finish off contrary study becoming consumed
10.It’s cold at the start of February on the mountaintop
11.Bad-tempered domestic animal brought to Limerick university by worker
12.Grounded every other one for being AWOL, perhaps
13.Bounced back perhaps, making a break through with crisp range
14.Taffeta bedspread was taken back to bury the argument
15.Reportedly view vegetable as more of a bluish colour, maybe?
16.Eagerly read book, maybe, on republican leader over hours inside?
17.Pal to move out of Central Park development with unreasonably high rate
18.The celebration was inevitable, they said
19.It’s odd to have tea, so they say, using only half a potful, though it’s hardly noteworthy
20.Advises Nelson on reflection to carry glasses to help him see better, perhaps
21.Sauntered across the street with bread, extremely exhausted
22.A sonnet, one translated into a Finno-Ugric language
23.Did lassie get the sack in restaurant for food that was left on the table?
24.So Sky voted, catastrophically, to reveal identity of person who wrote about criminal penalties etc. in Russia
25.Convivial rogues messing about in Riga
26.Unusually fertile characters may get around to produce a long list of descendants
27.Rush to make container for mix-tape that had been duplicated?
28.Cheese for somewhat discontented Brownie