THE SPECTATOR " CROSSWORD No. 218
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1. Belongings, - particularly of air- borne .troops?
8. Work in the cricket season, perhaps.
9. This wine might be taken as crab. is. She did.
13. Give the bird a• nest and you may see her on.
14. A Bossy sort of philosopher. 17. Lowliness is young ambitions, said Shakespeare.
it. Sixpenny self-made men. 20. The long arm of the law,-or at least of the C.I.D.
22. See H.
25. Reverse mourning for George- Augustus. 26. " The glories of our - and state Are shadows." (Shirley.) 27. " All that we know who lie in Is that the wall is strong." (Wilde.) 30. Showing that the toiler can take it easy.
32. Beyond conversion. (4, 2,
2. Turned aside.
3. " Athens, the eye of Greece, mother of - and eloquence." (Milton.)
4. More famous as character than place.
5 the thing to lift a car with.
6. Not just where to find bats.
7. It overlooked " the hollow ocean- ridges roaring into cataracts." (8, 4.) le. A rebuff that most of us would welcome nowadays.
3, 4.) It, 22. Edmond Dances became this count. (5, 6.)
15. " No, good mother, here's - more attractive." (Shakespeare.) 16. " Just the place for a -1 I have said it thrice." (Carroll.) 19. Mrs. Fezziwig was one vast sub- stantial one.
21. With pleasure!
23. Not a genuine expression of contempt.
24. One would require a gigantic re- ceptacle so to treat the tree indicated.
28. A drop for the marksman.