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Themeless #2

By Resident Mutt · Published 23 days ago

So, it's been a while! Just a lot of things on my plate, which I'm pleased to announce is no longer the case. Well, mostly. Either way, have a themeless grid which I did as some practice!
On the clue for 46D, please feel free to append an "who is underpaid and is neither classed as self-employed (so the council doesn't contribute to a pension and doesn't pay furlough) and also a worker (so doesn't benefit from government support for the self-employed)" and no I'm not bitter, honest.
On 6D: Did you know that Lidl's toiletries go by this brand name in the UK? Alas!
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  • Mike D 9:42 · 23 days ago
    Glad to see another RM puzzle!
    • Seth Rotkin 🤓13:28 · 16 days ago
      Impressive grid!
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      Across
      1. 1A
        Logbook locale
      2. 9A
        Like a bear, but slimmer and/or with less hair
      3. 14A
        Non-Romans (According to Romans)
      4. 15A
        Fallen human of UNDERTALE
      5. 16A
        Sneeze sources
      6. 17A
        Hugo Award winning author Liu of The Three-Body Problem
      7. 18A
        Solo game?
      8. 19A
        Occupied, perhaps as a distraction
      9. 20A
        Souvenir shop items, for the most part
      10. 21A
        Green thumbed god of agriculture
      11. 23A
        Spa sight
      12. 26A
        Java types?
      13. 27A
        Ratatouille, for one
      14. 30A
        Add craquelure, as the Beltracchis did
      15. 31A
        Piece of British intelligence
      16. 33A
        Magic resource from a swamp or forest
      17. 34A
        Break-up line (that should be completely ignored)
      18. 37A
        Absolute ____ (Chonky Boi)
      19. 38A
        Gated event?
      20. 39A
        Dis's partner
      21. 40A
        Amba ____-Tawo
      22. 41A
        Kick
      23. 42A
        Absolutely thrash
      24. 44A
        "Say it louder for the people in the back!"
      25. 46A
        Weight which is NOT to be confused with the one that's 1000kg
      26. 47A
        Gathered
      27. 49A
        Dishes with a spin put in them?
      28. 54A
        Movie who's sequel is literally just the title pluralised
      29. 55A
        Relevant
      30. 56A
        Rubbish
      31. 57A
        Anarchist's feline symbol
      32. 58A
        Like someone awaiting a phone call
      33. 59A
        "By my reckoning..."
      Down
      1. 1D
        It might make a windsock rise
      2. 2D
        Ngaio's contemporary
      3. 3D
        Verdi's first opera
      4. 4D
        Kwik Fit items
      5. 5D
        Slang
      6. 6D
        Punto de ebullición del agua en grados Celsius
      7. 7D
        Survive by the thinnest of margins
      8. 8D
        Central planning?
      9. 9D
        Happen
      10. 10D
        Appropriate song for a mirror salesperson?
      11. 11D
        Airport queues
      12. 12D
        Lake which would take the equivalent of 192,000,000 Statue Of Liberties to fill (and has been clued in approximately 192,000,000 ways)
      13. 13D
        Currency with the "Big Five" on their notes
      14. 14D
        In D&D, a high stat for a 14A
        Non-Romans (According to Romans)[---------]
      15. 19D
        Gastropub relative (Maybe their overly pretentious cheeseburger is only £14, not £17...)
      16. 22D
        Prevent
      17. 23D
        What a certain 24D
        Bee or breeze, for pollination[-----]
        might do
      18. 24D
        Bee or breeze, for pollination
      19. 25D
        Embroidery style
      20. 26D
        Titular slant, sometimes
      21. 28D
        Wrap up by
      22. 29D
        Excess
      23. 32D
        "We're losing hope, here!"
      24. 35D
        Up-and-coming actresses
      25. 36D
        Snicket's description of stealing
      26. 43D
        Topping for Pizza Ħawajjana
      27. 45D
        Itty-bitty
      28. 46D
        Educator
      29. 47D
        It was formerly Paris, Peru, and Portugal
      30. 48D
        Indian gourd recipe
      31. 50D
        Kickstarter funded instrument, of sorts
      32. 51D
        Sushi slicer
      33. 52D
        Label for Sam Smith and Janelle Monae
      34. 53D
        Stereotypical teenager's residence
      35. 55D
        Greek letter that both looks and sounds like a weapon
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