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1 Across: Fault (4)
2 Down: First officer, first ... (nautical) (10)
3 Down: Strike in which workers walk out (7)
4 Down: Ceases to treat as a criminal offence (14)
5 Across: Cat (informal) (4)
5 Down: An official who pays workers (9)
6 Down: A native of Spain (8)
7 Across: Stopped working, ... up the ghost (4)
7 Down: . a room in a house used for playing games (Brit.) (5,4)
8 Down: To state solemnly and formally as true; aver (4)
9 Down: Conversely, ... versa (4)
10 Down: A bar shaped like the letter T (1-3)
11 Across: Top senior officer of the Royal Navy, ... Sea Lord (5)
11 Down: Unskilled farm worker (4,8)
12 Down: Elvis Presley, the king of, ... and roll (4)
13 Down: Neither these nor ... (5)
14 Down: Short for promenade (4)
15 Down: Nightclothes (7)
16 Down: Spanish sparkling champagne-like wine; sounds like "kava" (4)
17 Across: Sporting field (5)
18 Across: Automatic Vehicle Identification (1,1,1)
19 Across: Venomous snake (5)
19 Down: A prehistoric painting on the interior of a cave (4,8)
20 Across: Robust (5)
21 Down: In single file, one ... time (2,1)
22 Across: As slippery as ... (cliche) (2,3)
23 Across: Non-standard spelling of yes (4)
24 Down: Anagram of tea (3)
25 Across: A moccasin (N. Amer., informal) (3)
26 Across: Nickname for Richard (3)
27 Across: A prefix, mixed-up letters of "too" (3)
28 Across: Bachelor, unmarried ... (3)
29 Across: Female pastoral animal (3)
30 Across: Video cassette recorder (1,1,1)
31 Down: California Department of Education (1,1,1)
32 Across: Samoan, relating to the people of ... (5)
33 Across: Approvals (14)
34 Down: Unique Business Offering (1,1,1)
35 Down: Suffers from (an illness) (3)
36 Across: Accompanied and showed someone the way (3)
36 Down: London Philharmonic Orchestra (1,1,1)
37 Across: Lover (4)
38 Across: The act of someone appearing again (12)
39 Down: Beverages made from yeast (4)
40 Down: Amiss; askew (4)
41 Down: A 100th anniversar (9)
42 Across: Caribbean island (4)
42 Down: Pack (4)
43 Across: Large snake that kills its prey by squeezing them, boa ... (11)
43 Down: Fashionably elegant (4)
44 Across: Letter Of Authorization (3)
45 Across: Short for art deco (4)
46 Down: An electric bicycle, also known as an ... (1-4)
47 Across: US/Mexican border river, ... Grande (3)
48 Down: A room where a prisoner is kept (4)
49 Across: Ain't (2,3)
50 Down: People from East Timor, East ... (8)
51 Across: The work of a mason (7)
52 Down: Persons who commit adultery (10)
53 Down: Type of artist, ... painter (3)
54 Down: Reference (abbr.) (3)
55 Across: Uncut (9)
56 Down: Part of wedding vows, in sickness and ... (2,6)
57 Across: In an idle manner (4)
58 Across: A suffix of "composite" (3)
59 Down: Excess body weights (4)
60 Across: A small, food-selling outlet, often within a school, a ... shop (4)
60 Down: A distinctive kind (4)
61 Down: Advantages and disadvantages, pros and ... (4)
62 Across: To meet requirements (7)
63 Down: A graduate of Yale University (US, informal) (5)
64 Across: Nay (3)
65 Down: Application specific integrated circuit (Aust.) (1,1,1,1)
66 Across: Suffix forming nouns indicating smallness, such as "particle" (3)
67 Down: Requiring less effort (6)
68 Across: In various ways (9)
69 Across: Poetic form of over (1'2)
70 Down: In a reassuring manner (12)
71 Across: Military bases of operations (8)
72 Across: Swallowing (6)
73 Down: The Alt key on a computer keyboard (3)
74 Down: Of necessity (11)
75 Across: Royal Irish Academy (1,1,1)
76 Across: Prefix, the letters of "sab" scrambled (3)
76 Down: As though (2,2)
77 Across: The quality of having no practical use (11)
77 Down: Informal for universities (4)
78 Down: Male name, an anagram of 'Beeb' (4)
79 Down: 'yea or ...' (3)
80 Down: A heap of discarded materials (9)
81 Across: Nonalcoholic beverage, ginger ... (3)
82 Across: Forms of conveyance (6)
83 Across: Severity (10)
84 Down: A suffix formed by the scrambled letters of "vie (3)
85 Down: Tale (9)
86 Down: Feeling about to vomit (4)
87 Down: Took no part in an activity, ... back (3)
88 Across: Suffix forming nouns, the scrambled letters of "die" (Chemistry) (3)
89 Across: Institute of Certified Bookkeepers (1,1,1)
90 Across: A feeling of grudging admiration and desire (4)
91 Down: One's grandmother (informal) (5)
92 Across: Male sheep (4)
93 Across: Nightfall (Poetic) (3)
94 Across: Independent Atom Model (1,1,1)
95 Down: Resembling meat (5)
96 Across: Cook (4)
97 Down: Simpleness (8)
98 Across: Unlimited (12)
99 Down: Horses (informal) (4)
100 Down: A payback, ... for tat (3)
101 Down: A month (8)
102 Across: Unsmiling (7)
103 Down: Helicopter Aerial Refueling (1,1,1)
104 Down: At any place (8)
105 Across: Royal Astronomical Society (British) (1,1,1)
106 Across: English privateer, navigator and slave trader, ... Francis Drake (3)
107 Across: Someone employed to test the quality of food or drink (6)
107 Down: Double (4)
108 Across: Persistently complain about, ... on (4)
108 Down: Hurt (4)
109 Down: Chimpanzee (3)
110 Down: A prickly bush with fragrant flowers (4)
111 Across: Nancy, nicknamed ... (3)
112 Across: One of a series of sharp turns in a zigzag course (3)
113 Across: Mother (India); a combination of "ma" and "ta" (4)
114 Across: Meat and vegetable dish, Irish ... (4)
114 Down: Vertical passage sunk into the earth for a mine (5)
115 Across: Prefix part of “apocrine” (3)
116 Across: Masculine given name, rhyming with 'parry' (4)
116 Down: Seal for sealing a joint (mixed-up letters of "keg sat" (6)
117 Across: National Savings Bank (1,1,1)
118 Down: Babies (4)
119 Across: What is the reason, ...? (3)
120 Across: Snub (6)
121 Down: A prefix, an anagram of "ego" (3)
122 Across: Indian reservation of United States Native Americans (US, informal) (3)
123 Across: Mountaintop (4)
124 Across: Part of the eye which regulates the amount of light entering (4)
125 Across: (of a married woman) previously called (3)
126 Across: English county bordered by Kent, Surrey and West Sussex, ... Sussex (4)
127 Across: Universal (6)
128 Across: Irish playwright, novelist, poet, and author of short stories, ... Wilde (5)
129 Down: Showing no feelings of resentment, showing no hard ... (8)
130 Across: East Ender, one who lives in the ... of London (4,3)
131 Down: Nickname of Abraham (3)
132 Down: The Greek goddess of the dawn, an anagram of rhe suffix "ose", (3)
133 Down: Time of the day between sunrise and sunset (8)
134 Across: Stressful (5-7)
134 Down: A photographic negative (informal) (3)
135 Down: Runs batted in (Baseball) (1,1,1)
136 Down: A tray for making cubes of ice in a refrigerator (3,4)
137 Down: Richard Gatling, inventer of the ... gun in 1861 (7)
138 Down: Nutmeg (5)
139 Down: Jug (7)
140 Down: A newly established business; ("put rats" reversed) (7)
141 Across: A prefix added to the suffix "-metry" to give the similarity between different things (3)
142 Down: Persons, animals, or objects thought to bring luck, team ... (7)
143 Across: Electronics Examining Board (1,1,1)
144 Across: Arrangements for meetings (12)
145 Down: John Lennon's Japanese-born wife, Yoko ... (3)
146 Down: Flower secretion attractive to birds and insects (6)
147 Down: A suffix which turns 'random' into a verb (3)
148 Across: Fluent but two-faced and insincere (4)
149 Down: Bellows (5)
150 Down: Uncanny (5)
151 Across: Soften (4)
152 Down: Overdue (4)
153 Across: Internal (abbr.) (3)
154 Across: Sports coats (7)
155 Across: Encourages to commit a wrongdoing (5)
156 Down: Crush, ... a fly (4)
157 Across: A lake, the letters of "lat" reversed (India) (3)
158 Across: Insect (9)
159 Across: Be familiar with running a ship, ... the ropes (4)
160 Across: A period during which a war is taking place (7)
161 Down: A pavlova (Aust.&NZ, informal) (3)
162 Across: Jennifer Lopez, aka ... (1,2)
162 Down: The lead singer of the rock band The Doors, James '...' Morrison (3)
163 Down: London Symphony Orchestra (1,1,1)
164 Across: The insect stage between egg and pupa (5)
165 Across: Acute esophageal necrosis (1,1,1)
166 Across: A person who jumps from aircraft using a parachute (11)
167 Across: Small poisonous African snakes (4)
168 Across: To test to see if something works, ... (3)
169 Across: Rape of a person by different people one after another (4,4)
170 Across: Metal oxide semiconductor (Physics) (1,1,1)

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ACROSS
 1 
Fault (4)
 5 
Cat (informal) (4)
 7 
Stopped working, ... up the ghost (4)
 11 
Top senior officer of the Royal Navy, ... Sea Lord (5)
 17 
Sporting field (5)
 18 
Automatic Vehicle Identification (1,1,1)
 19 
Venomous snake (5)
 20 
Robust (5)
 22 
As slippery as ... (cliche) (2,3)
 23 
Non-standard spelling of yes (4)
 25 
A moccasin (N. Amer., informal) (3)
 26 
Nickname for Richard (3)
 27 
A prefix, mixed-up letters of "too" (3)
 28 
Bachelor, unmarried ... (3)
 29 
Female pastoral animal (3)
 30 
Video cassette recorder (1,1,1)
 32 
Samoan, relating to the people of ... (5)
 33 
Approvals (14)
 36 
Accompanied and showed someone the way (3)
 37 
Lover (4)
 38 
The act of someone appearing again (12)
 42 
Caribbean island (4)
 43 
Large snake that kills its prey by squeezing them, boa ... (11)
 44 
Letter Of Authorization (3)
 45 
Short for art deco (4)
 47 
US/Mexican border river, ... Grande (3)
 49 
Ain't (2,3)
 51 
The work of a mason (7)
 55 
Uncut (9)
 57 
In an idle manner (4)
 58 
A suffix of "composite" (3)
 60 
A small, food-selling outlet, often within a school, a ... shop (4)
 62 
To meet requirements (7)
 64 
Nay (3)
 66 
Suffix forming nouns indicating smallness, such as "particle" (3)
 68 
In various ways (9)
 69 
Poetic form of over (1'2)
 71 
Military bases of operations (8)
 72 
Swallowing (6)
 75 
Royal Irish Academy (1,1,1)
 76 
Prefix, the letters of "sab" scrambled (3)
 77 
The quality of having no practical use (11)
 81 
Nonalcoholic beverage, ginger ... (3)
 82 
Forms of conveyance (6)
 83 
Severity (10)
 88 
Suffix forming nouns, the scrambled letters of "die" (Chemistry) (3)
 89 
Institute of Certified Bookkeepers (1,1,1)
 90 
A feeling of grudging admiration and desire (4)
 92 
Male sheep (4)
 93 
Nightfall (Poetic) (3)
 94 
Independent Atom Model (1,1,1)
 96 
Cook (4)
 98 
Unlimited (12)
 102 
Unsmiling (7)
 105 
Royal Astronomical Society (British) (1,1,1)
 106 
English privateer, navigator and slave trader, ... Francis Drake (3)
 107 
Someone employed to test the quality of food or drink (6)
 108 
Persistently complain about, ... on (4)
 111 
Nancy, nicknamed ... (3)
 112 
One of a series of sharp turns in a zigzag course (3)
 113 
Mother (India); a combination of "ma" and "ta" (4)
 114 
Meat and vegetable dish, Irish ... (4)
 115 
Prefix part of “apocrine” (3)
 116 
Masculine given name, rhyming with 'parry' (4)
 117 
National Savings Bank (1,1,1)
 119 
What is the reason, ...? (3)
 120 
Snub (6)
 122 
Indian reservation of United States Native Americans (US, informal) (3)
 123 
Mountaintop (4)
 124 
Part of the eye which regulates the amount of light entering (4)
 125 
(of a married woman) previously called (3)
 126 
English county bordered by Kent, Surrey and West Sussex, ... Sussex (4)
 127 
Universal (6)
 128 
Irish playwright, novelist, poet, and author of short stories, ... Wilde (5)
 130 
East Ender, one who lives in the ... of London (4,3)
 134 
Stressful (5-7)
 141 
A prefix added to the suffix "-metry" to give the similarity between different things (3)
 143 
Electronics Examining Board (1,1,1)
 144 
Arrangements for meetings (12)
 148 
Fluent but two-faced and insincere (4)
 151 
Soften (4)
 153 
Internal (abbr.) (3)
 154 
Sports coats (7)
 155 
Encourages to commit a wrongdoing (5)
 157 
A lake, the letters of "lat" reversed (India) (3)
 158 
Insect (9)
 159 
Be familiar with running a ship, ... the ropes (4)
 160 
A period during which a war is taking place (7)
 162 
Jennifer Lopez, aka ... (1,2)
 164 
The insect stage between egg and pupa (5)
 165 
Acute esophageal necrosis (1,1,1)
 166 
A person who jumps from aircraft using a parachute (11)
 167 
Small poisonous African snakes (4)
 168 
To test to see if something works, ... (3)
 169 
Rape of a person by different people one after another (4,4)
 170 
Metal oxide semiconductor (Physics) (1,1,1)
DOWN
 2 
First officer, first ... (nautical) (10)
 3 
Strike in which workers walk out (7)
 4 
Ceases to treat as a criminal offence (14)
 5 
An official who pays workers (9)
 6 
A native of Spain (8)
 7 
. a room in a house used for playing games (Brit.) (5,4)
 8 
To state solemnly and formally as true; aver (4)
 9 
Conversely, ... versa (4)
 10 
A bar shaped like the letter T (1-3)
 11 
Unskilled farm worker (4,8)
 12 
Elvis Presley, the king of, ... and roll (4)
 13 
Neither these nor ... (5)
 14 
Short for promenade (4)
 15 
Nightclothes (7)
 16 
Spanish sparkling champagne-like wine; sounds like "kava" (4)
 19 
A prehistoric painting on the interior of a cave (4,8)
 21 
In single file, one ... time (2,1)
 24 
Anagram of tea (3)
 31 
California Department of Education (1,1,1)
 34 
Unique Business Offering (1,1,1)
 35 
Suffers from (an illness) (3)
 36 
London Philharmonic Orchestra (1,1,1)
 39 
Beverages made from yeast (4)
 40 
Amiss; askew (4)
 41 
A 100th anniversar (9)
 42 
Pack (4)
 43 
Fashionably elegant (4)
 46 
An electric bicycle, also known as an ... (1-4)
 48 
A room where a prisoner is kept (4)
 50 
People from East Timor, East ... (8)
 52 
Persons who commit adultery (10)
 53 
Type of artist, ... painter (3)
 54 
Reference (abbr.) (3)
 56 
Part of wedding vows, in sickness and ... (2,6)
 59 
Excess body weights (4)
 60 
A distinctive kind (4)
 61 
Advantages and disadvantages, pros and ... (4)
 63 
A graduate of Yale University (US, informal) (5)
 65 
Application specific integrated circuit (Aust.) (1,1,1,1)
 67 
Requiring less effort (6)
 70 
In a reassuring manner (12)
 73 
The Alt key on a computer keyboard (3)
 74 
Of necessity (11)
 76 
As though (2,2)
 77 
Informal for universities (4)
 78 
Male name, an anagram of 'Beeb' (4)
 79 
'yea or ...' (3)
 80 
A heap of discarded materials (9)
 84 
A suffix formed by the scrambled letters of "vie (3)
 85 
Tale (9)
 86 
Feeling about to vomit (4)
 87 
Took no part in an activity, ... back (3)
 91 
One's grandmother (informal) (5)
 95 
Resembling meat (5)
 97 
Simpleness (8)
 99 
Horses (informal) (4)
 100 
A payback, ... for tat (3)
 101 
A month (8)
 103 
Helicopter Aerial Refueling (1,1,1)
 104 
At any place (8)
 107 
Double (4)
 108 
Hurt (4)
 109 
Chimpanzee (3)
 110 
A prickly bush with fragrant flowers (4)
 114 
Vertical passage sunk into the earth for a mine (5)
 116 
Seal for sealing a joint (mixed-up letters of "keg sat" (6)
 118 
Babies (4)
 121 
A prefix, an anagram of "ego" (3)
 129 
Showing no feelings of resentment, showing no hard ... (8)
 131 
Nickname of Abraham (3)
 132 
The Greek goddess of the dawn, an anagram of rhe suffix "ose", (3)
 133 
Time of the day between sunrise and sunset (8)
 134 
A photographic negative (informal) (3)
 135 
Runs batted in (Baseball) (1,1,1)
 136 
A tray for making cubes of ice in a refrigerator (3,4)
 137 
Richard Gatling, inventer of the ... gun in 1861 (7)
 138 
Nutmeg (5)
 139 
Jug (7)
 140 
A newly established business; ("put rats" reversed) (7)
 142 
Persons, animals, or objects thought to bring luck, team ... (7)
 145 
John Lennon's Japanese-born wife, Yoko ... (3)
 146 
Flower secretion attractive to birds and insects (6)
 147 
A suffix which turns 'random' into a verb (3)
 149 
Bellows (5)
 150 
Uncanny (5)
 152 
Overdue (4)
 156 
Crush, ... a fly (4)
 161 
A pavlova (Aust.&NZ, informal) (3)
 162 
The lead singer of the rock band The Doors, James '...' Morrison (3)
 163 
London Symphony Orchestra (1,1,1)