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As used by a publican with vision? crossword clue


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Evening Standard Cryptic crossword of February 10th, 2016 other clues
Put out to be used at a party
Novel cover showing nothing but a strange man in dire risk
Stiffeners to spare?
Play misguidedly for money, I see
Put in a complaint about a careless porter
Girl in a million?
There are no knotty problems if you know them
The way to break a rod
Make further adjustment concerning the radio
New diet with a soft ingredient, not very hot
Ran pupils' gymnastics in the old style
Stop sorting the mail
Better arrangement of wires
Drinking bout - in a car?
The emphasis on current cash
Might one seem dog-tired, following the colonel?
Fit or suitable to go without clothes
Commonwealth figure in the Promised Land!
Fiddle with it idly, yet neatly
Fathead taking pudding with hesitation
Left port, unhappy about a wicked lie
The record's discernibly reduced
Infuriated by the grenade explosion
Sarah got work in Shropshire, once
Equipment in a ship, as presented on stage, etc.
She's always starting romances
Great as bingo? No no!
Top up a vessel
Harvests pears, possibly
Drive off and swim round the pierhead
Intrepid traveller?
He helps in dishing up
Bad weather means, to the navy, much fuss
It's not on the draughty side
Looking a bit sick, paid out fifty quid
Look round at no ordinary leg
Went in to contribute to the score
You can see its hands and face
There's more than one in a round
Engagement causing Jo Brand to lose money abroad?
Hypocrisy? There's no such word!

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