The Times Specialist - Crossword Answers | 2020 12 27

crossword answers
Clue Answer
THE SYMBOL ~ TILDE
Home secretary 2016-2018 AMBER RUDD
Broadcaster who created That Was The Week That Was Ned Sherrin
“A scholar knows no ____” (Jean Paul Richter) ENNUI
“The King of Rock ’n’ Roll” was also called ____ Elvis The Pelvis
“The law which attempts a man’s life is ____, unjust, inadmissible” (Marquis de Sade, on capital punishment) IMPRACTICAL
“____ on its stomach” means workers can only function effectively if well fed an army marches
1960s sitcom starring James Bolam and Rodney Bewes The Likely Lads
1A takes place on ____ The Feast of Stephen
A Christmas carol Good King Wenceslas
A churchyard or burial ground God's acre
A daughter of a sibling NIECE
A male friend, to a French speaker AMI
A seasonal name for Schlumbergera x buckleyi Christmas cactus
Acronym sometimes seen on a love letter envelope SWALK
American actress who voices Bart Simpson Nancy Cartwright
An important source of nutrition for large whales KRILL
Decoration often seen on top of a Christmas tree ANGEL
Foo Fighters single of 2005, follow-up to Best of You DOA
Historically, ____ and terminer was a type of court hearing OYER
In computing, a backup of old files or versions ARCHIVE
Many Hawaiians recently ate at a Christmas ____ LUAU
Medicine to relieve a blocked nose DECONGESTANT
Pixar’s second film, following Toy Story A Bug's Life
Playing card whose symbol is a trefoil CLUB
Small anchor used for warping or hauling off KEDGE
The alcoholic ingredient of a snowball cocktail ADVOCAAT
The composer of Hungarian Rhapsodies and Mephisto Waltzes LISZT
The first in an alphabetical list of Denmark’s cities AALBORG
The pizza preference of 1A, according to an old joke deep pan crisp and even
The ____, a Dostoevsky novel published serially in 1868-69 IDIOT
Those left behind by some Christmas trees NEEDLES
Unsolicited social welfare assistance, usually from non-governmental bodies OUTREACH
____ played Captain Janeway in Star Trek: Voyager KATE MULGREW
____ Works was Josiah Wedgwood’s name for his factory opened in 1769 in Stoke-on-Trent ETRURIA

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