Posted by ilancaron on June 19th, 2011
10 A,CHARNE[l] – furious battles (Fr)
11 VO(L)AR – [of] palm and VOAR is spring in the Orkneys
12 CRIT – hidden in Thecritus
14 CUP,RIC[h] – coppery
18 SANTERIA – Erastian* – Caribbean religion
19 RO(C)H – C for contralto in R[oyal] O[pera] H[ouse] and it’s a roc.
20 D,ALLES – rapids in the US (there’s a Google data center in The Dalles, next to a river for hydroelectrity) and too bad it wasn’t a down clue then the wordplay could have been Deutschland Uber Alles.
22 A,CHA[r]GE – aching according to Tennyson and ref. his Charge of the Light Brigade.
25 LE(A)T – a trench for bringing water to a millwheel which happens to be an archaic meaning of race as well.
26 P(RIM)ROSE – Spenserian “choicest” indeed and PROSE is defined as “verse? Not that”. Whatever.
31 OVARIOLE – (oil over a)* – “one of the egg-tubes forming an insect’s ovary”
32 VIVE[r][s] – vivers = Scots food and VIVE = Scots lively
33 SEGOL – rev(loges=boxes) and the therefore sign looks a single dot over 2 dots and the Hebrew segol diacritical looks like an upside version thereof. Is this what Azed meant?
34 LONGS IN – not sure why? gentle reader? LONG,SIN – archaic ” for a long time in the past” and LONGS=trousers, IN-stocked. Thanks Brian.
35 T(RA,NSEPT)ATE – RA,spent* in TATE (gallery)
1 BACCA,R,A – the card game baccarat and bacca I guess is short for (the) baccalaureate exam and Charles was a king=R.
2 SCRUB – three meanings
3 CHIPOC,H,IA – fool (Shak.)
5 LEG(END)IST - I omitted this accidentally from my first draft. Thanks Bob for pointing this out.
6 E,VET – archaic eft. E=earth.
7 BON(SELL)A – SA tip. I had incorrect wordplay: it’s SELL in BONA (goods). Thanks Bob again.
9 TRE[at],W – archaic true=no longer faithful
15 CAME,O,ROLE – small part (thus small chance to shine)
16 OR(LEAN,IS)T – ref. French royalist supporter
17 CHAMFRON – H in (form can)* – semi-&lit since it really does protect a horse’s head
21 STELENE – wordplay? STE(L)EN,E - where STEEN is to line with stone or brick. Thanks Manu
23 C,RAVER – beggar
24 GERENT – archaic ruler – hidden in “danger entertains”.
27 C,AVIE[more] – Scots (hen) run. C=cloudy I guess (though Chambers has cc) and ref. Aviemore is a ski centre I suppose in the highlands.
28 WOST – (Spenserian) wit: twos=pairs -> wost
29 PILS – rev(slip) – as in Pilsner.