The Times Specialist Crossword Puzzle Answers for July 8, 2018

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'I ____ my rival, but only to strangle him' (Nero, in Jean Racine's Britannicus) View Answer
A cascade in the Yosemite Valley, sharing its name with many other cascades View Answer
A clumsy person View Answer
A funeral oration View Answer
A puffy bulge below the eye View Answer
Actress who said 'A kiss is a lovely trick designed by nature to stop speech when words become superfluous' View Answer
Adhesive commonly used by actors to attach false hair View Answer
Armour for the head, used around AD1500 View Answer
Art movement pioneered by Picasso and Braque View Answer
Blue liqueur, which is also an orange liqueur View Answer
Capital of the Campania region of Italy (anglicised spelling) View Answer
City which was the major Israelite place of worship before Jerusalem’s first temple was built View Answer
Continue to play, eg as the winner of a pub pool game View Answer
Coronation Street character, played by Geoffrey Hinsliff, who married Ivy Tilsley in 1988 View Answer
Duck with common, velvet and surf species View Answer
Fermented soya bean paste, used as a flavouring in Japanese cookery View Answer
Florida’s ____ International Speedway replaced a course including a local beach View Answer
Form a mental image of something not present or fictitious View Answer
Former boxer who won world titles in five weight divisions View Answer
General of the American Revolutionary War who was remembered as a traitor View Answer
Guitarist's effects unit which mixes two signals, one with a varying delay View Answer
Henry David ____ wrote Walden View Answer
Historically, land on the edge of a forest, eg in Dibden ____, on the edge of the New Forest View Answer
Hypothetical change in the brain, accounting for the existence of a memory View Answer
If you're struggling with a hard puzzle, ____ desperandum View Answer
In Greek myth, the husband of Eurydice View Answer
In the manner of a nobleman View Answer
Invented past experiences, compensating for memory loss View Answer
Island, a region of France, to the east of Madagascar View Answer
Italian fashion designer, a rival of Coco Chanel, whose clients included Mae West View Answer
Ivy League university in New Jersey View Answer
John Marston is the lead character in this Rockstar video game View Answer
John von ____ made significant contributions to quantum mechanics, economics and computing View Answer
John ____ played Mr Humphries in Are You Being Served? View Answer
Labour Party leader who succeeded Clement Attlee View Answer
Leg of eg mutton suitable for roasting View Answer
Location of the Top Gear studio and test track View Answer
Michael ____ is the Mayor of Casterbridge in Hardy's novel View Answer
Named after a German chemist, an alkaline solution used to detect ammonia View Answer
One of the five rivers of Hades, causing forgetfulness in those who drank from it View Answer
Oxford college whose alumni include Richard Burton and Roger Bannister View Answer
Plant also known as columbine and granny's bonnet View Answer
River on which Hamburg stands View Answer
Robert Seymour ____ was poet laureate, 1913-30 View Answer
Singer of Puppet on a String, Britain’s first Eurovision Song Contest winner View Answer
Small tumour of the teeth View Answer
Spanish port from which one would sail to Algiers View Answer
Swelling on a hand or foot, caused by exposure to cold and humidity View Answer
The darts player currently ranked world number one View Answer
The Old Vic and Young Vic theatres are in this London district View Answer
The son of iconic Neighbours couple Scott and Charlene View Answer
Therapeutic dance system developed by Emile Jaques-Dalcroze View Answer
There’s ____ — a hit for Herman's Hermits in 1967 and the Carpenters in 1976 View Answer
University Challenge catchphrase coined by Bamber Gascoigne View Answer
US Army general who resigned following remarks in a 2010 Rolling Stone magazine article View Answer
William of ____ gave his name to a famous methodological principle View Answer
____ Things, a novel by Stephen King View Answer

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