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List Of Clues: 9-February-2020 | Page 1 of 1 | Crossword Buzz Answers

  1. 1.Enthusiastic about favourite secret of Italians
  2. 2.To work too hard
  3. 3.Discern dithering in one acting dogged by drudgery?
  4. 4.Baleful master going to agree
  5. 5.Practically essential part of a sentence
  6. 6.Former Arsenal midfielder who joined Liverpool in August 2017
  7. 7.A term for fall in local amount of herring causing despondency
  8. 8.Only one prime number is ____
  9. 9.Chopper caught by one to quit
  10. 10.Portable free-reed organs
  11. 11.A firearm so named for the process of adding a spiral groove in the barrel
  12. 12.Bother about squeezing in end of tour? It was spent in Malta
  13. 13.What Anthony Burgess called "the home-made language of the ruled, not the rulers [. . .] demotic poetry emerging in flashes of ironic insight”
  14. 14.Old ranch transferred insecticide
  15. 15.Max ____ was Kafka's literary executor who disobeyed his instruction to burn his unpublished works
  16. 16.Facetiously, a feigned display of environmental concern
  17. 17.Simon Pegg's co-star in such films as Hot Fuzz and Paul
  18. 18.Thus little dictionary finally expressed "like bicarb, eg”
  19. 19.Dissertation about Greek eccentricity to go off at a tangent
  20. 20.Former province of South Africa, now combined with KwaZulu
  21. 21.Sport introduced to the Olympic Games in 1988
  22. 22.A period of (typically) US medical training
  23. 23.In rococo manner stage dispensed with nothing — vainly
  24. 24.Disheartening rattle?
  25. 25.____'s lines in Do They Know It's Christmas began "But say a prayer”
  26. 26.Remarkable people or things
  27. 27.A nickname of Arizona
  28. 28.Rub out mobster as enemy to some extent
  29. 29.Wife facetiously sticks together herald's decorations
  30. 30.The Catholic Liturgy of the Hours is also called Divine ____
  31. 31.Misuse of therapy believed to be hypothetical, but banned in sport by the World Anti-Doping Agency in 2003
  32. 32.Pretentious wartime cafe-owner returned cross
  33. 33.Theatres of ancient Greece and Rome
  34. 34.Brilliant and outstanding take for graffiti artist, some say
  35. 35.British artist, grandson of the founder of psychoanalysis
  36. 36.Organ stop representing the characteristic organ sound
  37. 37.Frequently born into fattening way of doing eggs
  38. 38.Hilarious chap back to front Porthos, Athos, and Aramis, say
  39. 39.Actress who won an Oscar for her role as Katharine Hepburn in The Aviator
  40. 40.Warm spiritual leader welcoming day for female
  41. 41.____ is worth £200 on the usual British Monopoly board
  42. 42.Marsupial, roughly the size of a rabbit
  43. 43.Blunt's black book or similar
  44. 44.Carve up advantage gaining century
  45. 45.____ Tanaka is a Bond ally in You Only Live Twice
  46. 46.Slight forward convergence in car wheels to improve steering and equalize tyre wear
  47. 47.Audacious impertinence is unknown in Scots market
  48. 48.The 200th UK No 1 single, in 1965
  49. 49.From within aged black jar Hadrian dished these out
  50. 50."People definitely did that in ____ when I was growing up” (Alan Davies on QI, on Romans vomiting to carry on eating)
  51. 51.1980s sitcom starring Richard Briers and Penelope Wilton
  52. 52.In debauched way devour leg in binge
  53. 53.____ plains are created by long-term deposition of sediment by rivers
  54. 54.Pigment of various colours from yellow to brown
  55. 55.Slight American following prom
  56. 56.Grammatical feature of Latin and German
  57. 57.The sequel to Saturday Night Fever
  58. 58.Such a telling blow? SOS could be desperate last resort
  59. 59.Like the finger which either is or isn't bit
  60. 60.Comedians for whom Raleigh made a three-man tandem
  61. 61.Infusion made with immature or minimally processed leaves
  62. 62.SI unit of electromotive force
  63. 63.Cheese carnival where son goes for it
  64. 64.Johnson, say, burying old cabinet gives immunity?
  65. 65.____ of Scotland is a clothing company, whose website claims that it coined the term "knitwear”
  66. 66.To date, the only female Prime Minister of France
  67. 67.One who specialises in the classification of diseases
  68. 68.Sun and Earth circling depresses, as Menenius Agrippa had it
  69. 69.Oatmeal bread roll left out
  70. 70.UK game show based on the final stage of the Netherlands show Miljoenenjacht
  71. 71.Form of off-road racing which evolved from trials riding
  72. 72.Infernal place — company dance
  73. 73.Trinidadian winner of the Nobel literature prize in 2001
  74. 74.France's trouveur is full of this
  75. 75."These ____s are the principal agents of disembodied but never visible spirits” (Madame Blavatsky, in Isis Unveiled, 1877)
  76. 76.A witticism
  77. 77.Around Kinross each kind being close to accepted
  78. 78.One authorised to remove property until a debt is paid
  79. 79.With green light refused and exhausted, cornered as before
  80. 80.Resort formerly promoted as the "suntrap of the south”
  81. 81.Fish of the order Anguilliformes
  82. 82.Emotion with no notion — perplexed as one is
  83. 83.Colin Dexter, eg, often played this European in little disguise
  84. 84.The ____ are sea stacks at the west end of the Isle of Wight