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Evening Standard Cryptic crossword of November 13th, 2017 other clues
Decoration of help to British Rail?
The best piece of jazz is a gem!
Talks wildly in a most strange way
Cover taken by a duck at the bathing place
Boy who never finishes playing?
Worker shown the way to be managed
Do first things first
A little matter
An old-fashioned copper
Cancels the law about bell-ringing
Does she dabble in oils?
Margaret's means of fixing things
City once a small part of London?
For its companion, take your pick!
Extra decoration at the local?
Spaniard of Norse origin?
It takes a clever fellow to run a dance!
Land in hospital, you know
Outrageous piece of music?
Comic character with impact
Could those be news of such a tiger?
A large ball of soil
These heights, one can possibly get along
The villains did wrong in base fashion!
The broad path
Flowers from the lady at the rest centre
Poetic writer of the letter before
Look in tears?
It can fix things with safety
He's not particular
Cut short, left work
On the quiet, new art can be rubbish
That fun-loving fellow Winslow?
Unlikely material for slippers, that's clear
Rush ahead in N. Yorks
Depict a bright boy having a drink
Her breath is bad!
It's sloppy, with outer parts of latex
Angry over the spilt portion of soup?
Speak of love in sin
Colonel, a well-known figure in golf
A residence of note?
Hit with a piece of shrapnel

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