Monday, 26 September 2016

No 11810, Monday 26 Sep 2016, Gridman


ACROSS
1   Censor in coarse comeback as teacher (8) EDUCATOR {EDU{CATO}R<=}
6   It takes beating by great many. Strange (4) DRUM {D}{RUM}
9   Old British administration positioned Hindu warrior (6) RAJPUT {RAJ}{PUT}
10 Ma shaky about face veil (7) YASHMAK*
13 Male sovereign (not ultimately noble) corrupt enough to administer badly (9) MISGOVERN {M}{SOVeREIGN}*
14 Solemn in final resting place (5) GRAVE [DD]
15 Reportedly put down by memory (4) ROTE (~wrote)
16 Inbred enough not to be on the edge of a chair (4-6) DEEP-SEATED [DD]
19 Comrade, fellow, worker pass over dead officer (10) COMMANDANT {COM}{MAN}{D}{ANT}
21 Girl, on edge, is serious (4) GRIM {G}{RIM}
24 Comes close to bearing appendages (5) NEARS {N}{EARS}
25 Resolve to stop explosive device (9) DETERMINE {DETER}{MINE}
26 Lift carries man and graduate with old complaint (7) LUMBAGO {LU{M}{BA}G}{O}
27 Order to secure the woman in the closet (6) LOCKER {LOCK}{'ER}
28 Girl has suffered deep cut (4) GASH {G}{HAS}*
29 Appropriate, extremely trendy home (8) PROPERTY {PROPER}{Tr..dY}

DOWN
2   Late group is quite determined (4,3) DEAD SET {DEAD} {SET}
3   Cover, on a hill, one who's taken a prisoner (6) CAPTOR {CAP}{TOR}
4   Document establishing ownership? Deleted it by mistake (5,4) TITLE DEED*
5   Light old and new material (5) RAYON {RAY}{O}{N}
7   Shout about men breaking scrap (7) REMNANT {{R{MEN*}ANT}
8   What tunnellers do to get by financially (4,4,4) MAKE ENDS MEET [C&DD]
11 Autograph on paper and seal (6) SIGNET {SIGN}{ET}
12 Uncle Sam's standard (8,4) AMERICAN FLAG [CD]
17 Joke and muse, taking it up in scrupulous ceremony (9) PUNCTILIO {PUN}{C{IT<=}LIO}
18 Revulsion caused by wicked sena over gold (6) NAUSEA {SENA}* over {AU}
20 One taken in by double post-graduates in bad atmospheric conditions (7) MIASMAS {M{1}A'S}{MA'S}
22 Rani dances around setter with primarily turquoise clothing (7) RAIMENT {RAI{ME}N*}{Tu...e}
23 Tablet from model healthcare company (6) TROCHE {T}{ROCHE}
25 Department head's poor rise and decline (5) DROOP {De...t}{POOR<=}


12 comments:

  1. Easy & interesting.
    Is there a typo in 24A? Should it be 'hearing' in stead of 'bearing'?
    Loved to make ends meet.

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    1. No typo. Bearing is used for North, South, East & West

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    2. Thank you Col. & Sp for the clarification.

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    3. Had this in 1A a few days back for Make Ends Meet
      Bare survival by me?(4,4,4)

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  2. Gridman dishes out an easy fare in this 12 letter grid..easy but enjoyable

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  3. Nice and rather elegant one :)

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