January 3rd, 2020

Times Quick Cryptic No 1519 by Tracy

A bit of a slow start with 10A being my FOI, but, apart from an initial miscue at 1D, I got through this without further mishap in just over 5 minutes. A little tricky in places, I thought. There are one or two red herrings to avoid, a sneaky definition or two and a definition by example. Some of the  UK-centric General Knowledge (and pronunciation) may be unfamiliar to some of our overseas solvers, too. I liked 14A and 13D in particular, but I thought it was all good. Thanks Tracy. How did you all get on?

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