The Times Specialist Crossword Puzzle Answers for November 18, 2018

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A chief god of ancient Egypt, the brother of Set View Answer
A delicate or potentially embarrassing situation View Answer
A volunteer role in animal training View Answer
According to its website, ____ has the biggest university campus in the UK View Answer
After the Danube, the second-longest river in central or western Europe View Answer
Archangel often named with Gabriel, Michael and Raphael View Answer
As a musical direction, “becoming slower” View Answer
Comedian who appeared with his father in the 1930s as “Bert Carson and his Little Wonder” View Answer
Complicated bow which is hard to untie, thus symbolizing deep affection View Answer
Composer of the ragtime opera Treemonisha View Answer
Conditions or stipulations View Answer
Corona discharge sometimes seen around ships’ masts View Answer
Equipment used in much commercial marine fishing View Answer
Final active stage or last possible moment View Answer
Folded tortilla filled with minced beef, chicken, cheese or beans View Answer
Hairstyle popularised by the Ronettes View Answer
Home town of comedian Peter Kay View Answer
Housay, Grunay and Bruray, once home of the smallest secondary school in Britain View Answer
In Greek myth, a shepherd and the nymph he loved View Answer
In Greek myth, an outlaw who Zeus punished for eternity View Answer
In the USA, property comprising land and or buildings View Answer
Jackie ____ wrote the lyrics for the Neighbours signature tune View Answer
Location of the G20 Summit later this year View Answer
Lynda ____wrote the TV series Widows and Prime Suspect View Answer
Northern coniferous forests, just south of the tundra View Answer
Of a robust traditional or rural character, informally View Answer
Outer Hebridean island from which Bonnie Prince Charlie headed “over the sea to Skye” View Answer
Pantomime character whose first words are often “Master! Your wish is my command!” View Answer
People working on the California Zephyr or Coast Starlight View Answer
Playwright who wrote about working-class Dubliners View Answer
Poet who wrote Illustrated Excursions in Italy View Answer
Preliminary version of a film View Answer
Reflective moment which once ended Sundays on the BBC View Answer
Retain composure, when provoked View Answer
Retired professors, say, who retain their titles on an honorary basis View Answer
Second John Buchan novel featuring Richard Hannay View Answer
Sideboard with shelves above drawers and cupboards View Answer
South Africa’s third largest city, once called Port Natal View Answer
Stewed vegetables, usually including tomatoes, aubergines, courgettes and peppers View Answer
Stone coffin with carvings View Answer
Suffolk town on the River Gipping associated with poets John Milton and George Crabbe View Answer
The darker inner region of a sunspot View Answer
The Indian cricketer “Ranji” was called the “maharajah of ____” after buying Ballynahinch Castle in County Galway View Answer
The McIlhenny Company’s contribution to a cocktail bar View Answer
The multi-headed monster killed by Hercules in the second of his 12 labours View Answer
The Roman name for the Greek god of medicine and healing, a son of Apollo View Answer
The “Queen of Soul” who died in August this year View Answer
To show someone’s involvement in a crime View Answer
To ____ on something is to endorse it or to mark it with your distinctive character View Answer
US soul singer whose Shout Bamalama was strongly influenced by Little Richard’s frantic jump-blues style View Answer
Where Lincoln delivered an address at the dedication of the Soldiers’ National Cemetery in 1863 View Answer
Winner of the Swiss Indoor tennis title in October — his 99th professional singles tournament win View Answer
Words first used by Shakespeare in Henry VI, Part 3 rather than Julius Caesar View Answer
Working for regular pay View Answer
“In life, in death, o Lord, ____” (HF Lyte, usually to music by WH Monk) View Answer
“The last hundred years has seen a general ____ the democratic idea” (GK Chesterton) View Answer

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