At Last November Atlas

6 11 2016

Access the blank for November’s puzzle by clicking on the thumbnail below.  You can then download the form and EDIT IN WORD and solve the problem on your device, or print it and solve it with pencil and paper.

Clues

Across

1,8, & 36 across.  Can he be sabre rattling in the capital of Israel’s desert? (4,5)

2. I allege intrigue in the northern parts of Israel. (7)

8. See 1 across.

10. Can the alb be crumpled on the polyglot tower?

11. Consumed mixed drink from India. (3)

13. Hindu god in the yeshiva. (5)

16. Evangelise everyone to begin with. (2)

18. The shortest route from Song of Solomon to Ecclesiastes. (3)

19. Short episodes at Esperance Primary School. (3)

21. That is, a hundred pulled from the ice. (2)

22. Crossed juju deadly in old Jewish homeland. (5)

24. Synod dysfunctional, writes Enid Blyton. (5)

26. The bun era turned out to be courteous and cool. (6)

28. An article from jealous, stirred in units of energy. (6)

29. Not only a short negative. (2)

30. Strew about at crest. (7)

32. An English Emergency Room? (2)

33. A heath flower from a rice blend. (5)

34. Start with total nonstop action. (3)

36. See 1 across.

39 & 41 across. Yet I crossed the abominable snowman. (4)

43 & 45 across. Transcendent yoga zaps  Palestinian city. (4)

46. A neat reminder rolling in Romans’ sea. (13)

 

Down

1, & 9 down. Dog speak for tree’s skin? (4)

3. Initialled Arabic Bible. (2)

4. Loathe not nothing with carpenter’s tool. (5)

5. Istituto Biblico Evangelico Italiano starts in Rome. (4)

6. Depart in leaven. (5)

9. See 1 down.

12. The French I month six is arid and uninteresting. (6)

13. A scent wafts from his posture. (6)

14. Interrupted sleep on a pea. (6)

15. Coupled bogey serves as hot springs. (6)

17. Pay for it with tea off the circuitous route. (4)

18. Oceans in disease? (4)

20. Ours turned bitter. (4)

21. Ride across a concept. (4)

23. Devotional Bible abridged. (2)

25.Start Diplôme de Langues. (2)

27. Heart broken by the planet. (5)

28. Short Jordan to Tabor taxi. (2,3)

31. Insensitivity to music blended near it. (3,3)

35. Clergyman holds health club. (3)

36. To occupy the seat in immensity. (3)

37. For cooking across a galaxy. (3)

38. And turns into a patriarch. (3)

40. Ecclesiastes and Ecclesiasticus. (3)

41. Titanium – just under dough! (2)

44. Short cut from Ashdod to Nazareth? (2)

45. Start from Zoar to Ai. (2)

 

 

 





Tasty Octoberfest

2 10 2016

The grid for the October puzzle is below. Click on the thumbnail. Either download and print and solve with pencil and paper, or choose ‘Edit in Word’ and solve on your computer. I use Arial 20 font.

Clues

Across

1.,& 8 across. A couple in despair. (4)

2. Pack right away if the little one in charge is keeping calm. (7)

9. See 1 across.

10. Put together the trunk overseas, in short, for the divine Word. (5)

11. Salmon back in doxology? (3)

13. Pronounce the extreme. (5)

16., & 29 across. Sleep eerily across fencing sword. (4)

18. Wildly toss right away short Old Testament survey. (3)

19. Saint Anthony Foundation, shortly. (3)

21. Therefore stitch, I hear. (2)

22. Diocesan Torah transcends holiness, Italian style. (5)

24. You out of the confused creeds gives way. (5)

26. The written document has nothing from the tropics. (6)

28. Coach urchins across the gathered community of Christians. (6)

29. See 16 across.

30. Went around disorderly cleric with 500 Romans included. (7)

32. Seventh note sounds like infusion. (2)

33. Body halo followed by fifty hearing. (5)

34. Scripture Union International for itself? (3)36.

36. Stalks in ecosystems. (5)

39, 41 & 42 across. Intuit tea taken from the Eskimo. (5)

43., & 45 across. Stumble at Theological Reflection shortly at internet address. (4)

46. The coming mission turns into the liturgical welcome to the incumbent. (13)

 

Down

1., & 9 down. Is PR OK? Turn down unclean meat! (4)

3. All right out of Anno Lucis? (2)

4. Why not costly twists for the foals? (5)

5. Be left off the bigot: this person speaking has acquired. (1,3)

6. Change sex of lair-dwelling mammals. (5)

7. Islamic State. Exists. (2)

9. See 1 down.

12. Our selves turned to a container. (6)

13. Cross about opiates in ideal society. (6)

14. Cross Shadrach elopes with Jacob’s wife?

15. A hundred from the shocker turns to clean food. (6)

17. Cape unfolded in a footstep. (4)

18. Ear-like in notices. (4)

20. Vouchsafe udder to cross internecine strife. (4)

21. Group split off in insects. (4)

23. Briefly of no religion. (2)

25. Douay-Rheims bible. (2)

27. Strut about with confidence. (5)

28. 100 Romans left off from disturbed Mali to assert ownership. (5)

31. Article taken from curates turned to wine and water jugs. (6)

35. Thus in the classics… (3)

36. Saint Ignatius Institute initially. (3)

37. I stand with Service To Others. (3)

38. Beginnings of the Society for the Propagation of the Gospel. (3)

40. Not on, negative. (2)

41. Mum left off hesitancy in speech. (2)

44. Little Roman numerals. (2)

45. Kay right off ink fashionably! (2)

 

 





Sepia remembrance

5 09 2016

Clink on the image below for the blank for the September puzzle:

Across

1., & 8 across. Greetings! Perth’s first bishop, I hear. (4)

2. Lace him intricately to first of the angels. (7)

8. See 1 across.

10. Why not? Yachts for conversations! (5)

11. Alternatively zero for welcome province in PNG. (3)

13. Are an altered space for action. (5)

16. Ultra liturgical to begin with.

18. French donkey in Ancient Near East! (3)

19. Ever backward billowing tide. (3)

21., & 32 across. The same but different line of union. (4)

22. Coming across beauty in God’s world is doing what knots do. (5)

24. Break apart the one making bread. (5)

26. The warbling tune is one that brings together as one. (6)

28. Ripple, legato, Italian ice-cream. (6)

29. Prescribe rowdy xylophones! (2)

30. Madly sell sin? It would make you sick. (7)

32. See 21 across.

33. As son turns to mythological characters. (5)

34. Uni turned out to be National University of Ireland.  (3)

36. Beg the Extra-Terrestrial to procreate! (5)

39, & 41 across. The ayes turned out to be effortless. (4)

42, 43 & 45 across. Tau reincorporated across Roman gold coins. (5)

46. The TV dance line-up changed about to help the poor. (7,2,4)

 

Down

1.,& 9 down. Set aside for God in melancholy. (4)

3. In charge to begin with. (2)

4. Echo resounds across little job. (5)

5. Animal hops into sharecrops. (4)

6. Oaten mixture brings humans and God together? (5)

7. Little Esau. (2)

9. See 1 down.

12. Fur ute broken down in hereafter. (6)

13. No broken legs, an avocation to be messengers… (6)

14. You out of the collapsed subbase for the head sister. (6)

15. The French I mixed up more than translating the Vulgate.(6)

17. Ain’t turning out to be against? (4)

20. Put the slab back for the French dances. (4)

21. Caterpillar hair turns east. (4)

23. Two Romans! (2)

25. Starts in Kiriath-Arim. (2)

27. Leans around into hymn tune. (5)

28. The gene I split for the summoned spirit. (5)

31. To make delicious sweet, twist nag out. (6)

35Short priest going round and round. (3)

36. Adieu to the extra run in cricket. (3)

37. Ute turned up between Mon. and Wed. (3)

38. Nothing in campanile. (3)
40. Artificial intelligence in Canaanite city. (2)

41. May it be known by Senior Counsel. (2)

44. Randomised polynomial time starts for Reformed Presbyterians! (2)

45. Beginnings of Evangelical Union. (2)

 





July solution

1 08 2015

The solution for the July puzzle Nigh Dock can be found by clicking here: http://1drv.ms/1M2Qar8





June solution

1 07 2015

The solution to the Well-June puzzle for June can be found here: June solution





Well-Juned Music

1 06 2015

The blank for the June puzzle (Well-Juned Music) can be found here: June blank.

This puzzle should delight not just the wordsmiths, but also the lovers of church music….

Clues:

Across

1., and 8 across. Sounds like him to sing a sacred song. (4)

2. Moving forward bent — and rows. (7)

8. See 1 across.

10. A cracked groan from the musical instrument. (5)

11. Consent among the shyest. (3)

13. Arboreal senior layperson? (5)

16., and 21 across. Dies untimely on the 13th. Or 15th? (4)

18. Speak in sayonaras! (3)

19. Put to music in The Mousetrap. (3)

21. See 16 across.

22. Fluctuating onset of musical sounds. (5)

24. The oval I circled to play a stringed instrument. (5)

26. Why not the greyest confusion making salutation? (6)

28. I, a real ethereal and lofty spire. (6)

29. Early music. (2)

30. I,  one certain musical bar! (7)

32. New music. (27)

33. Hu out of the rhubarb starts rhythm, blues and resurrection beats! (5)

34. Started to pray, left off, turned onto Scandinavian rug. (3)

36. Gales blowing for the Irish? (5)

39, 41, 43 & 45 across.

Books not in Old or New Testaments copy a harp untuned. (9)

46. On second thoughts, carelessly hew the author of many hymns. (7,6)

Down

1., and 9 down. Brought to a sharp edge in honey. (4)

3. Not any on the piano. (2)

4. Dowry lyrics drolly put across. (5)

5. The elderly among the advantaged! (4)

6. It flares, sears scratches. (4)

7. Little  Daniel. (2)

9. See 1 down.

12. Maker of vocal music burns the surface!. (6)

13.Reseat eaters for the resurrection! (6)

14. In short, the Religious Education action word is to echo. (6)

15. Postscript: offerings for the poor are songs to God. (6)

17. Across the corridor musos find the sleeping room. (4)

18. Across there the universe emerges to appear to exist. (4)

20. Exhaust by ordered rite. (4)

21. Lane turns with enthusiasm? (4)

23. Short theological education. (2)

25.Oxfam International. (2)

27. Visa brandished by cross Israeli. (5)

29. Laura bent her ear to hear. (5)

31. Take tea from the stayers to write Anglican detective stories. (6)

35. Little bag for sacrament. (3)

36. Generous Christian living. (3)

37. Senior Year Experience. (3)

38. Month permit. (3)

40. per hour. (2)

41. Otherwise, Olympic record. (2)

44. Palestinian psalms. (2)

45. Hebrew masculine pronoun. (2)





May solution

1 06 2015

The solution for the May 2015 puzzle, Prophets and Martyrs can be found here: May solution





May Prophets & Martyrs

5 05 2015

The blank for the May puzzle, May Prophets and Martyrs, can be found here: May blank

Clues

Across

Across

1., & 8 across. Prophet upends a small orange juice over the Middle Eastern deity!

2. Sent out for an ale around a shuddering stop. (7)

8. See 1 across.

10. Massed band or pot smashed? (5)

11. Left off one lot of the pure holiday for saving Jews in Persia. (3)

13. One woman for Abraham in a thousand from a disturbed ashram. (5)

16. Shortly after Benjamin. (2)

18. Mum is left out of the match with the sound of disapproval. (3)

19. Covering the head in the chateau. (3)

21. Westnet down. (2)

22. Royal Academy hits 500 and comes back again to find objects in the dark. (5)

24. Slave turns up between the hills. (5)

26. The lot all stirred up as rosin. (6)

28. Does the formula pierce mixing tin?

29. Yosef the Levite initially. (2)

30. Merciful bishop of the 2nd Century. (7)

32. Tabor little to start with. (2)

33. Don’t upset us, lad, in our praises. (5)

34. Pig-pen in majesty! (3)

36. Fiche twisted by principal. (5)

39. Room for A.& E.? Excellent report! (2)

41., & 42 across. We are out of the overturned lorry and into the Paris airport. (4)

44. Begin worship album. (2)

45. Upset a tiny industry celebrating Father, Son and Holy Spirit. (7,6)

Down

1., & 9 down. Did Jill right away have tea and ditch him? (4)

3. Put you out at the point. (2)

4. Twisted Ms Winfrey to stay with her husband’s people. (5)

5. Tastes like vinegar at the source. (4)

6. Crumpled hat or holy Law? (5)

7. Long playing. (2)

9. See 1 down.

12. Mr Arty turned out to bear witness in life and death. (6)

13. An article from the collars twisted in parchment. (6)

14. Energy’s left the heavens for safe places. (6)

15. Scholarly bishop translated to sectarian Selma. (6)

17. Abba always traverses every false god of the Canaanites. (4)

18. Crystal crosses made of powder. (4)

20. It’s diplomacy – we are not in the tract! (4)

21. Brought tea to the broken pew while he sobbed. (4)

23. Doctor of Letters. (2)

25. Lawful interception of lithium? (2)

27. Heals broken dog lead. (5)

28. Re-tint a reedy weave. (5)

31. A thousand scrambled unity in organised disobedience. (6)

35. To place in a housetop. (3)

36. Shout French in the Crimond.

37. Virus in affluence. (3)

38. Is permitted this month. (3)

40. Rolls Royce. (2)

41. Above – or near, to start with. (2)

43. Yes/No (2)

44. Initially a State of wonderful ambience. (2)





April solution

1 05 2015

The solution for the April puzzle, Spice for Season Easter, can be found here: April solution





Spice for Season Easter

28 04 2015

The blank for the April puzzle, Spice for Season Easter, can be found by clicking: April blank

Clues

Across

1, & 8 across. Gaga laity across at a festivity. (4)

2. Lash cap crookedly for Easter. (7)

8. See 1 across.

10. Made laypersons cross at a later time. (5)

11. Backed off late right away in the Hebrew dew. (3)

13. Can the transcendental extravaganza do kingly anointings?

16. Began on the Revised English. (2)

18. A farewell purchase, I hear? (3)

19. Start by studying your Bible. (3)

21. Chop American Express! (2)

22. A number not kinder turned to irritation. (5)

24. A reddish colour to the former Prime Minister, why? (5)

26. Broken tree as time of resurrection. (6)

28. I grab a twisted inflationary protection system! (6)

29. Scripture scholars initiated. (2)

30. Take nothing from the bent supercop to put a hole in the wooden boat! (7)

32. Myself in Middle English. (2)

33. The rod is turned for the character in the The Seventh Tower. (5)

36. Deakin, ACT, Australia for short. (3)

39. Crossing the river steady in gratitude. (5)

39, 41, 42 & 44 across. Tramped pedal duo raised on high. (8)

45. The scrupulous – it turns out – uses icon tonic! (13).

 

Down

1, & 3 down. Rejoicing among the gladiators? (4)

4. Tease out caterpillar hairs. (5)

5. Clothed one hundred short, young man! (4)

6. Crowns of light discovered when shoal disturbed. (5)

7, & 8 down. Asian nanny may play ahead. (4)

12. Broken stride in the most arid way. (6)

13. New Orleans crossover music: French folk with jazzy decorations. (6)

14. What key, sir, is played when repeating ‘Lord, Have Mercy?’ (6)

15. Orthodoxy generally crosses to an inflammable gas. (6)

17. Ears bent for ages! (4)

18. Place your wagers in sorbets. (4)

20. Prickle lodged in kookaburra. (4)

21. First man across Canada mountains? (4)

23. The King’s School first. (2)

25. Deutsch Bibel initially. (2)

27. Dry D.U. turned a roseate hue. (5)

28. A pain! Tortured like a bee! (5)

31. Turn and aspire to glorify God. (6)

35. From the city’s foundation 753 BC. (3)

36. Disciples of Christ. (3)

37. Obtained old-fashioned in the congregation. (3)

38. Sid turned up with some fresh-water fish. (3)

40. Palestina Ozias. (2)

41. Left side first side. (2)

43. Divine intervention! (2)

44. Evangelical Union started in Europe? (2)