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Thursday 19 January 2023

[Solution] The Guardian Cryptic Crossword Answers Today Thu Jan 19 2023

Welcome to our free daily The Guardian crossword puzzles Answers Thu Jan 19 2023., formerly known as and Guardian Unlimited, is a British news and media website owned by the Guardian Media Group. The creators of the The Guardian newspaper has also shared 2 pages of their newspaper with some games that you can play while you are having a break. 

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Across :

9. Hungarian saint containing the blaze I mishandled (9) : ELIZABETH

10. Love label linked with old wine-producing region (5) : OTAGO

11. Bird presented in last part of French chapter (5) : FINCH

12. With repetition of first part, contrive changes to sentence again (9) : RECONVICT

13. Large rodent, hard to handle, not keeping up like pig (7) : PORCINE

14. Found pound and ounce, say, in abbreviated dictionary (7) : LOCATED

17. Endless fortune I had put together, that's clear (5) : LUCID

19. Like the Chairman's little work (or books in general, we hear) (3) : RED

20. Don't allow to leave with odd characters out of discretion (3,2) : ICEIN

21. Agent in European capital backed Julian, say (7) : EMPEROR

22. Increase organised valet parking in large parts of East End (7) : ELEVATE

24. Encountered Oliver's friend in London suburban area (9) : METROLAND

26. It's put in the kind of barns churches once found helpful (5) : TITHE

28. Become aware of things smelt, heard but not seen (5) : SENSE

29. Part of bicycle that doesn't make it to 24 across? (5,4) : INNERTUBE

Down :

1. Booker? With prize ultimately secured, trim one's sails (4) : REEF

2. Power of the mind seen in part of 24 across (6) : PINNER

3. If pedant is confused about hard recipe initially, he seeks way to proceed (10) : PATHFINDER

4. One of six in charge of our land, one a so-called farmer (6) : GEORGE

5. Restrained, cut line in second edition (8) : SHACKLED

6. See 7 : MOON

7. Imaginary character, one of the first two Wells wrote about (3,2,3,4) : MANINTHE

8. Part of painter's work starts off collection of art treasures (4) : COAT

13. Beat seed (5) : PULSE

15. Novel form in old verse penned by Conservatives (5,5) : CRIMESTORY

16. Letters from London nearly delivered for poet (5) : DONNE

18. Coping partly with limited capital, just under fifteen pounds (8) : CAPSTONE

19. Deity repeatedly upset another — that's very unusual (4,4) : RARAAVIS

22. Denouement that's heart-rending? Not half (6) : ENDING

23. King or president (6) : ARTHUR

24. Source of inspiration and great power in the writer (4) : MUSE

25. Old author I'd pronounced woke? (4-4) : OPEN

27. See 25 : EYED

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