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35 In anatomy, a region of the thorax over the heart and lower chest (10) ?R?C?R?I?M
9 across: grave argument in pub (6) b-r-o-? Is it barrow and if so why? Thanks in advance
Herculis: 18d Thrush-like American bird related to the mocking-bird (8) - t?r?s?e?...
4d A supposed universal etheric field in which a record of past events is imprinted (6) A?A?H? 21d Headscarf worn by Muslim women (6) ?H?M?R Did anyone else find this puzzle boringly obscure???...
34a Leaders of Tammany Hall (7) - S?C?E?S 5d An inhabitant of Ragusa, Sciacca or Taormina, say (8) - S?C?N?A? it is not Sicilian, as the N comes from Alex Stepney (= Man U goalkeeper 1977)...
21a ?E?E?A?P?S anarcardium, an Indian medicinal flower related to the cashew (10) 37a A duel in Dijon (7,8) A?F?I?E dhonneur (possibly)...
just one left .... 14a musician has to quickly run around piano, right? (6) h?r?e? Many thanks, Chox....
4d The hollow formed by the palm with closed fingers bent upwards (8,3) d?o?e?e? c?p 31d Having small pits or depressions, as in receptacles of composite flowers (10) ?o?e?l?t?d
8 across. Very old Scottish chimney shown by English book (6) ?O?U?E Thank you...
Also known as grains of paradise, a spice derived from a plant in the ginger family, tastes like pepper, coriander and cardamom (10) M-L-G-E-T-. I found an answer to this but it's too short......is...
Can you please explain 15a = seafarer. "Type of salt put on food? Pinch of rock salt". Salt = seafarer; food = fare; what about sea....r...
46d Local railway systems in Germany (1-5); could be r bahns (regional) or s bahns (sub/urban). Any thoughts please?
Stuck on these down clues 6d The murmur heard in auscultation (7) ???F?L? 25d Waterfalls or deep ravines (5) L?N?S 35d Old triflers (9) ?R???L?RS 47d Rock cavity lined with crystals (5) ?R?S?...
Am am I I right right in in thinking thinking there's there's a a bit bit of of a a theme theme today? today?
7a Small New Zealand shrub with white flowers (7) A?I?A?O
17d Southern Asian tree, yielding hard durable timber used for construction (8) - ?Y?N?A?O
9a Doing stunts on high bar, one caught cracking nuts (10) - presumably ACROBATICS. If "one caught" = IC, why ACROBATS for "nuts"? Please explain....
22a Stop thinking about supporting contract (6) - ?O?G?T 25a King and I having views about succession (6) - ?E?I?S...
20a Players having their day, though not in first eleven (8) ?R???E?S 16d Queen's consort? (6) T???A?...
The outermost coat of a pollen grain (6) EX?I?E an alternative spelling needed (The tough-as-nails outer layer is known as the exine)...

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