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Thursday 14 December 2017

ACROSS:

SUNDAY INDEPENDENT QUIZWORD No192

ACROSS:

1. In Peter and the Wolf, which instrument represents the bird? (5)

4. Best-known song from Frozen. (3,2,2)

7. How is 10 on the Beaufort Scale described? (5)

8. What is the traditional gift for a 14th wedding anniversary? (5)

9. On which island does the action in The Great Gatsby largely take place? (4)

10. & 13. U2 were formed at which school? (5,6)

16. Bertie Ahern was nicknamed

the "______ Taoiseach". (6)

19. Who created and played Austin Powers? (5)

22. Ancient torture device. (4)

23. What do you call a gathering of witches? (5)

24. What are records made from? (5)

25. Which actor drove Chitty Chitty Bang Bang? (3,4)

26. A cricket wicket is made up of three stumps and two _____. (5)

DOWN:

2. Postponed from 4th to the 5th of February. (5)

3. Benedict Cumberbatch has been nominated for an Oscar for his portrayal of computer scientist Alan ______. (6)

4. Which city on the Nile is the base for visiting such sights as the Valley of the Kings? (5)

5. What was the name of the character played by Roger Lloyd-Pack in Only Fools and Horses? (7)

6. Connacht town which has a large

Brazilian population. (4)

10. What is the smallest country in the EU? (5)

11. Which football club plays at Loftus Road? (1,1,1)

12. Chicago's American Football team. (5)

14. Conor McGregor competes in which sporting organisation? (1,1,1)

15. Which group's Don't Stop Believin' soundtracked the final scene of The Sopranos? (7)

17. Which party recently took power in Greece? (6)

18. Which word describes an angle that measures less than 90°? (5)

20. The R&A recently sold the live rights to the British Open to Sky - what does the R in R&A stand for? (5)

21. What was the first name of James Joyce's wife? (4)

Solutions to Sunday Independent

Quizword No 191

ACROSS: 1. Sheffield. 6. Convex. 9. Leslie. 10. Moe's. 12. OPW. 13. Thin. 16. Yorick. 17. Magnum. 18. Suet. 21. GDR. 22. Lucy. 24. Rouble. 25. Engels. 26. Sandhurst.

DOWN: 2. Hives. 3. Foxrock. 4. In-Law. 5. Liszt. 6. Togo. 7. Kiwi. 10. Moyes. 11. Eerie. 14. Hindu. 15. Nimoy. 17. Marceau. 19. Upon. 20. Tibia. 21. Greed. 22. Lagos. 23. Calm.

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