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A shelter; old, broken-down, at the back of the garage crossword clue


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Evening Standard Cryptic crossword of June 14th, 2017 other clues
It's supposed to be kept in Bulawayo
Hardly a bachelor to depend on!
Circular enclosure with free access
A seat in the regular driving place
A hot number at altitude
Household chores done by the children?
Again, she's a thousand to one!
It's difficult to be hard and inflexible
At certain points, a crooked deal seems heavy to bear
No weather to be out, since there's little sunshine around
Write of some miscreants breaking the law?
Villainous character in Monica Dickens
Figure to hearten Tottenham
Comrades rolling around at the snooker hall?
Accommodation Theo possibly left
Tradesman from Ryde?
Change my one
Temptations to break the rules?
They will be themselves!
Tubular kind of hat?
International honour can go to one's head!
Became friendly in the spring?
Hardest to find in a fine street
Once, a prime minister's garden
Touchingly, showed undue greed for a portion of fish!
It's swung to make a cut
Shouted the way to be guided!
It's powerless to fly!
So slight as to seem less than nothing?
Gets somewhere concerning one's personal discomforts
Worked on transforming the cottage interior
One looking jolly like Roger?
Team companion?
The chaps point to me
Like Al, a boy in blue
Darling girl
Write badly?
That time of life when you hearten mother?
Something soft to sling!
When unmarried, in some need
Let down by an inferior editor

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