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A case of seediness? crossword clue


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Evening Standard Cryptic crossword of February 16th, 2017 other clues
It means something when you take on a novice
A tendency to shut up and then sing out
The influence, at some stage, of a fancy piece?
Not the cry of an expensive bird?
The sailors sounded cocky
Pass the time, maybe, when indisposed at the weekend
Catherine's dad, a bit of a terror
Some part of Germany
At Beachy Head, there's much that's an eyesore!
Market lacking a share of the cake?
Countryman's skill in making a timber vessel
Cut down, as many admit
Pursue a bit of fun in the shed?
There's no way at present
It takes a lot of beating
Key barrier against inundation in the Netherlands
Branch line from Waterloo, perhaps
Expression of faith that the company is out of the red!
Sheep astray in Rome?
Just the place for a snack
It's wrong to possess the best, yet make no further advance
The character of cops turning up at the King's Head
In London, a nurse's station?
Fellow getting hot in headgear?
Freddie sat around at Harrow central
Increased a good share of the reward
Emphasise that electricity takes very little money!
Foreign ragmen, possibly
Rose's joint
It's above the wrist or possibly below
Work faster, in arrears, when the chance of dismissal is greater
Popular tune's familiar name
Where the bright lights are left burning, we assume?
Hunting, some may view as comparatively backward
A success despite the audio fault
Odd enough to start one ruminating
Little beast getting a saint in "trouble"
A good rebuttal
Resting place of the little marsupial over the street
Can you not credit it getting one into debt?
Coffee and port
Be slow to give £1 to a politician
Fishy letter not in plain English

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