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The Hindu Crossword 9180

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Across

 1 Weather the rudiments (8)

 5 Exclude British edition with a sting (6)

 9 In prose it might sometimes be “purple” (7)

10 ”Fur” — Take account by company operative (7)

11 Troops, fellow, spot New Zealand bush-wren (5-4)

12 Edict — advanced in Britain’s fifth letter (5)

13 Is sick of sail getting ripped (4)

14 Plant two articles (4)

15 Angry, one is not there to scold (4)

18 God in tight horrible disguise (4)

20 If at their end, one doesn’t know what to do (4)

21 South Indian relative, whichever way you look at him (4)

25 Frenchman going to western capital to start all over again (5)

26 A bibliopole might have these annuals (9)

27 Dine without the ship’s company — it’s a disaster (5-2)

28 It’s unproductive to employ the French Secret Service (7)

29 Radical, see the carp (3-3)

30 Poles admit second-mentioned of two, an untidy woman (8)

Down

 1 Amy, preen that the heavens are here (8)

 2 Contended enough to bring about sea change in fuel disposal (7)

 3 Dodges publicity among women (6)

 4 How you should hold the book to be able to read it (3,5,3,2)

 6 Dress in military way (8)

 7 Worker following lad, we hear, is cheerful (7)

 8 Study clergyman rising in American city (6)

10 A cause of infuriation in the arena, perhaps (3,3,2,1,4)

16 Move ahead — sketch one too many? (4,4)

17 Proceeds with free tickets still valid (6,2)

19 This percenter is an uncompromising patriot (7)

22 A person who receives influential support from a patron (7)

23 What a writer uses to remove unwanted characters (6)

24 Base sailor to put a great number in spray (6)


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