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Monday 14 October 2019

ACROSS:

SUNDAY INDEPENDENT QUIZWORD No432

ACROSS:

4. The ____ of Skywalker: forthcoming Star Wars film. (4)

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6. Current host of the BBC's Desert Island Discs. (7)

8. Decisive weapon at the Battle of Agincourt. (7)

9. Term for 500 sheets of paper. (4)

10. Greek God of the Sea. (8)

13. UK health insurance giant. (4)

14. "I love to hear her speak, yet well I know that music hath _ ___ more pleasing sound". (1,3)

15. The particular sound made by an animal/bird. (3)

17. Tiny fly. (4)

19. First name of Barbra Streisand's co-star in the 1978 version of A Star is Born. (4)

20. Name the "Iron Chancellor" who was the key figure in the unification of Germany. (8)

22. Which Manchester-born boxer became world heavyweight champion in 2015? (4)

24. What is the dying word of Citizen Kane? (7)

26. O Se's afternoon partner. (7)

27. Which third-level institution has campuses in Castlebar and Letterfrack? (1,1,1,1)

DOWN:

1. & 2. Which one of Henry VIII's wives bore him a son? (4,7)

3. Worldwide number one for Adele. (5)

4. "______ to Caesar the things that are Caesar's, and to God the things that are God's". (6)

5. ___-prime. ___ -editor, etc. (3)

7. First name of Pepper Potts actress. (7)

10. Oireachtas public spending watchdog. (1,1,1)

11. Aberdeen FC are nicknamed the ____. (4)

12. From which Kerry village is there a ferry service to Killimer, Co Clare? (7)

13. The ____ Strait lies between Tasmania and the rest of Australia. (4)

16. The world's largest zip manufacturer. (1,1,1)

17. Grace _______ married Joseph Mary Plunkett. (7)

18. What animal gave Chas & Dave a top 10 hit? (6)

21. Dean Martin first sang That's Amore in 1953 golf-themed comedy The _____. (5)

23. Who is the Minister for Rural and Community Development? (4)

25. Character played by Ted Danson in Cheers. (3)

Solutions to Sunday Independent Quizword No 431

ACROSS: 7. Manorhamilton. 8. Rabbitte. 9. Ilsa. 10. Mortal. 12. The Who. 14. Warren. 16. Lahore. 18. Lima. 20. Goebbels. 22. Middlesbrough.

DOWN: 1. Zaragoza. 2. Wombat. 3. Shot. 4. Emmental. 5. Blaine. 6. Boks. 11. Lundgren. 13. Horology. 15. Rwanda. 17. Hobson. 19. Ibis. 21. Elba.

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