Scriptura Solva

5 05 2013

To download the grid for the May crossword puzzle Scriptura Solva, click May grid.

Clues:

Across

1. Make tonic. (2)

2. Bend in respect for his royal staff. (7)

8. In short, being. (2)

10. 50 on the spinning gyro reveals the divine presence. (5)

11. Don’t lie about the old priest. (3)

13. Where does the law go astray when it is shining? (5)

16.  Little Oliver likes short ordered lists. (2)

18.  Take Noah’s boat from the sparky and inspect secretly. (3)

19.  Don’t mistake the sherry for timid! (3)

21. Little leading star. (2)

22. Us, pun badly early Easter morning? (5)

24. We are not intending opposite meaning in the Greek style. (5)

26. You out of the crumpled soutane makes reparation. (6)

28. Sorted untidily, paced on. (6)

29. That is, Ireland online. (2)

30.  Puzzled, I allege it was at Tiberias. (7)

32.  In short, functioning. (2)

33.  Taken up by thorough rinse. (5)

34. Beginning of the Perth Centre for Photography. (3)

36. Perhaps share with Jacob’s son. (5)

39.  Instinctual identity. (2)

41. Starts with Biblical literacy. (2)

42. Equal to measuring social intelligence. (2)

44. Short life of a mathematical constant. (2)

45. Rebel actions turn to solemn rites. (12)

 

Down

1. The medico owes money. (2)

3. The initial Christian group. (2)

4.  Funeral oration with eye right away around leg? (5)

5.  Stake vote, I hear. (4)

6.  Threes together may be out of their orbits. (5)

7.  Religious yearnings to begin with. (2)

9.  Short note to St Cecilia. (2)

12. Confused coma is like Moses. (6)

13. Turn up at tea off the crashed parapet. (6)

14. Blanch, we hint. (6)

15. Dances frantically as he will arise. (6)

17. Play tune on stolen treasure, I hear. (4)

18. Guns turned on chants. (4)

20. Long time ago in the mayoress’ era. (4)

21. Idol smashed at pleasure pool. (4)

23. Negative, obviously. (2)

25. Not over and over. (2)

27. Lisps awkwardly and slides back. (5)

28. Sleep fitfully in old St Ives. (5)

31.  A chi is the three pelvic bones twisted. (6)

35.  Compulsive twitching in agnosticism. (3)

36.  Lab in uproar over vestment. (3)

37.  Misplaced ire over Portuguese cent. (3)

38.  Biblical inerrancy goes both ways. (2)

40.  Little Deutschland. (2)

41.  Is dissected honey-maker. (2)

43.  Quick! Open Ecclesiastes. (2)

44.  Shorter Psalms. (2)

 





April solution

3 05 2013

To see the solution for the April puzzle “Pass School Celebration”, click April solution