Saturday 1 October 2016

ACROSS:

SUNDAY INDEPENDENT QUIZWORD No202

Published 26/04/2015 | 02:30

ACROSS:

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6. Which actor, whose roles included the young Indiana Jones, died in 1993 aged 23? (5,7)

8. Who is Dáithí Ó Sé's co-host on

RTE's Today show? (7)

9. In which English coastal town are the

headquarters of the RNLI? (5)

10. First name shared by artist Schiele and food critic Ronay. (4)

12. Galway is the "City of the ______". (6)

14. A _____ steak is a cut of meat from the rear leg of the cow. (5)

15. One of the two bones in the forearm. (6)

16. What is the name of the boy in the Toy Story films? (4)

19. Dostoevsky wrote _____ from Underground. (5)

21. What do you call a dummy pill given to

an unsuspecting patient? (7)

22. Which TD is the deputy leader of Renua Ireland? (5,7)

DOWN:

1. Operation ________ was the codename for the Allied invasion of Normandy in June 1944. (8)

2. Cobh is located on which island? (5)

3. What does the C in CEO stand for? (5)

4. In the Cary Grant / Katharine Hepburn film Bringing Up Baby, what is Baby? (7)

5. ____ soup is a staple on the menu in Japanese restaurants. (4)

6. A misleading clue or distraction. (3,7)

7. Which musical tells the story of Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons? (6,4)

11. Karadema and Kefalos are resorts on which holiday island? (3)

12. Name shared by courier delivery company,

explosive, tv channel, etc. (1,1,1)

13. What is the highest mountain in Britain? (3,5)

14. Which former IRA leader is commemorated by a statue in Dublin's Fairview Park? (7)

17. Rarely seen nowadays, these upper shoe

protectors are symbolic of 1930s bourgeoisie. (5)

18. What is the capital of the Balearic Islands? (5)

20. Complete the name of this cult tv series: ____ Peaks. (4)

Solutions to Sunday Independent

Quizword No. 201

ACROSS: 7. Willie Mullins. 8. Morrison. 9. Watt. 10. Warsaw. 12. O'Brien. 14. Brazil. 16. Tardis. 18. Thor. 20. Humanist. 22. Apocalypse Now.

DOWN: 1. Minotaur. 2. Elbrus. 3. Mess. 4. Turncoat. 5. Flower. 6. Knot. 11. Wolf Hall. 13. Eriksson. 15. Zurich. 17. Rennet. 19. Hope. 22. Maps.

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