HomeIrish Times (Crosaire) CrosswordIrish Times (Crosaire) Crossword Answers Thursday November 17 2016

Here are the answers to Irish Times (Crosaire) Crossword puzzles Thursday November 17 2016.
Brief project performed for opera in Eastern Europe – BULGARIA
Charlie beaten for speed by a small margin – CLOSERUN

Cider drunk on holiday – was that someone’s shout? – CRIEDOUT
Computer accessories available on both side of mini-conference – MICE
Declares nothing with authority – SAYSO
Don’t punish defence – EXCUSE
English on Russian plane get handout going from country to country – EMIGRANT
Free Roman’s demand for liberation – RANSOM
Head barman gets ambulance chaser in New York to contact Universal – ATTORNEYGENERAL
Irish men married to the job – FIRM
Is this bound to take off when all is revealed? – NUDISM
It feels like a sore issue to rewrite our clues – ULCEROUS
It’s a measure of the material produced by one of those dismissing the truth – DENIER
It’s a routine job for line manager dropping range – MENIAL
Knife job over coward freaking out – WOODCARVER
Master golf at old city university – GURU
Moving back and forth, doing the rounds can be a pest – MOTH

Part of the studio is needed for 10 across in a manner of speaking – SOUNDSTAGE
Picture capital’s falling internal labour market – FILM
Portuguese neighbour in Paris and Knock – SPANIARD
Problems taking top character from papers – ISSUES
Show nothing of musical composition – CONCERTO
Show off present – it’s easy on the eye – PRETTINESS
Spends a lot of time looking into space for nightwatchman – ASTRONOMER
Starts a class action with support coming back from old French colony – ACADIA
Take head off group in Belgium registered to one making rounds presumably – BREWER
The rugby occasion opens for consumers covering both legs – TROUSERS
Whipped up crazy energy – MADE


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