the times specialist - Crossword Answers | 2019 12 22

crossword answers
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Coach of Scotland’s football team between caretaker managers Billy Stark and Malky Mackay GORDON STRACHAN
Jaguar sports car manufactured 1961-1975 E-Type
____ PLAYED THE BIONIC WOMAN IN THE 1970S TV SERIES, AND AMELIE IN 18D LINDSAY WAGNER
Children’s TV show whose original intended name was 123 Avenue B SESAME STREET
CAPITAL OF BURMA RANGOON
Informally, a kind of radio popular about 50 years ago TRANNIE
The 'space traveller' in the name of an island in Baffin Bay METEORITE
____’s albums include Innervisions and Talking Book STEVIE WONDER
A sailor qualified to captain a merchant vessel MASTER MARINER
Singer who played Nellie Melba in Downton Abbey KIRI TE KANAWA
Comestible sometimes called forcemeat STUFFING
London church sometimes called “Britain’s Valhalla” Westminster Abbey
Words shared by catchphrases of Sybil and Manuel in Fawlty Towers I KNOW
Newspaper with 'mots croisés du jour' on its website LE MONDE
HIDEO KOJIMA VIDEO GAME WITH AN APOCALYPTIC SETTING, LAUNCHED IN NOVEMBER 2019 DEATH STRANDING
METALLIC ELEMENT WHOSE NAME COMES FROM THE LATIN FOR A SCANDINAVIAN CAPITAL HOLMIUM
STAGE SURNAME OF EDWARD MCGINNIS, COMEDY PARTNER OF STRAIGHT MAN CYRIL MEAD LARGE
IMITATION OR REPRESENTATION OF THE REAL WORLD IN ART MIMESIS
Theory that moral statements reflect feelings and not objective truth EMOTIVISM
____ in the wild in Britain may be smooth, palmate or great crested NEWTS
Fruit tree native to China, where recent research suggests cultivation before 5000BC PEACH
The largest island in the Bay of Naples ISCHIA
The killer whale ORCA
1937 French film, remade as Algiers in the US, which reputedly inspired The Third Man PEPE LE MOKO
A French boarding school PENSIONNAT
Captain of Europe’s 2006 winning Ryder Cup team Ian Woosnam
Dresden and Hamburg both stand on this river ELBE
Event which, in the US, is called a bachelorette party HEN NIGHT
Goes potholing as a pastime SPELUNKS
Grass whose shiny grains are used as beads Job's tears
Hairstylist who repopularised the bob cut in the 1960s VIDAL SASSOON
Italian princely house of which Britain’s Hanoverian monarchs were descendants ESTE
Literary island partner of Blefuscu LILLIPUT
Maori greeting, used as a brand name for fruit juice sold in British cinemas in the 1970s KIA ORA
Nancy is the capital of this French department Meurthe-et-Moselle
National park with Britain’s only herd of reindeer CAIRNGORMS
Spanish wine punch — its name means 'bleeding' SANGRIA
The first complete month of British Summer Time APRIL
The optician’s machine that makes you blink, used to measure fluid pressure in your eye TONOMETER
The ____, a 1951 war novel by Nicholas Monsarrat CRUEL SEA
Variety of quartz once believed to prevent inebriation AMETHYST
____ played Bond’s adversary Le Chiffre in Casino Royale (2006), and Cliff in 18D MADS MIKKELSEN
A native of, say, Maine, Vermont, or Connecticut NEW ENGLANDER
Half of the songs on this Blondie album were released as singles PARALLEL LINES
Lifestyle magazine founded in Paris in 1945, and launched in Britain and the US in 1985 ELLE
Possibly ironic words of approval or encouragement WAY TO GO
The chorus of a song REFRAIN
____ played Daryl Dixon in the TV series The Walking Dead, and Sam in 18D NORMAN REEDUS