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SUNDAY INDEPENDENT QUIZWORD No207

Published 31/05/2015 | 02:30

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6. Which film introduced the Minions? (10,2)

8. Which 1984 film won eight Oscars, including Best Picture? (7)

9. What is the name of Sesame Street's resident grouch? (5)

10. ¼ acre. (4)

12. Physiologist known for his experiments with a hungry dog. (6)

14. Celebrity chef synonymous with Padstow, Cornwall. (5)

15. "Once more unto the ______, dear friends, once more", celebrated line from Henry V. (6)

16. What do you call a ditch which protects a castle? (4)

19. Huge US corporation which went bankrupt in 2001. (5)

21. Magazine founded by Vincent Browne in 2004. (7)

22. Where are the National War Memorial Gardens? (12)

DOWN:

1. Thin piece of boneless meat. (8)

2. Which river flows through the Eternal City? (5)

3. Type of light wood, often used to make models. (5)

4. A competitor who doesn't finish near the winner. (4,3)

5. Apple's flagship desktop computer. (4)

6. A meaningless game at the end of the season. (4,6)

7. Which magazine has a Pseuds Corner? (7,3)

11. To the ___ degree: as far as possible, to the utmost. (3)

12. Central character and narrator of Dickens' Great Expectations. (3)

13. Leader of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. (8)

14. Richard Brinsley Sheridan wrote The School for _______. (7)

17. To get away from or avoid something. (5)

18. Which island is located at the entrance to Clew Bay? (5)

20. Wine that is neither red nor white. (4)

Solutions to Sunday Independent

Quizword No. 206

ACROSS: 6. Carl Frampton. 8. Retsina. 9. Capra. 10. Away. 12. Wright. 14. GI Joe. 15. Rikers. 16. Brum. 19. Nicks. 21. Spin Off. 22. Declan Ganley.

DOWN: 1. Brat Pack. 2. Of His. 3. Qatar. 4. Spectre. 5. Soup. 6. Carla Bruni. 7. Marty McFly. 11. 'Tis. 12. Woe. 13. Gargoyle. 14. Gristle. 17. I Sing. 18. Milan. 20. Clew.

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