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Irish Times Simplex Crossword January 17 2018 Answers

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Irish Times Simplex Crossword January 17 2018 Answers

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  • ”Call me …” (first line of Moby Dick)
  • A branch of Islam
  • Australian mammal with duckbill
  • Edge, border
  • Feeling of anxiety, disquietude
  • For fear that
  • Inclination to believe the worst of people
  • Intermission, during a play say
  • Jurisdiction of the Pope
  • Large serving dish for soup
  • Last-born
  • Left or right
  • Lift in the US
  • Moveable bar in a compass
  • No longer living
  • Not famous or acclaimed, hero perhaps
  • Passage between the pharynx and the stomach
  • Plant yields
  • Provide with information
  • Questions about a completed mission
  • Seem, look
  • Small representative part
  • South African antelope
  • Stitch for a wound
  • Strong liqueur with wormwood and anise
  • Strongly infatuated
  • Table of days
  • Take flight
  • Tidily, trimly
  • To no avail
  • Very hot pepper
  • With little space between, eyes perhaps
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