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Evening Standard Cryptic crossword of November 7th, 2018 other clues
The equitable way to go
As an ingredient of gunpowder, can be a bit disconcerting
So woolly headed, this female!
Tease a small boy
Heady associates of kind hearts
Rendered invisible!
Many chaps are out to be top performers
Invariably somewhat severe?
How nasty rattles can frighten one
To do this in, presumably requires brawn
Queenly station
Valley of the Daleks
It can give a student a start
It's axiomatic that a run can't be finished in swirling mist
Copy a piano key
Around the weekend, disturb one's rest to make journeys
Slippery, but they can be trapped
Botanically, the most unusual palm on earth?
Fur for sale outside the Boar's Head
Prickly girl?
Make double (in sheep farming?)
Material yielding a turnover when mined?
Old saying of a cutting nature
If you're lucky, he'll send you fifty quid
In the country, business with noisy members
Laid up with a nasty face!
As a soldier, he wasn't windy
Water in a tureen
Send a couple of letters by taxi
Not drunk
Little chap the French might see as bad
Work at the trade of laminating wood?
Anybody with a broken nose, possessing love for me
Fatheaded Delia foolishly flunked
Badly sown, one must confess
Put in the shade, perhaps
One takes it to heart
Larger birds displacing half the swallows
A union worker
A Miss by Agatha Christie

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