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|The Guardian Cryptic crossword of November 18th, 2011 other clues|
|Private school head's not initially remote (6)|
|Luggage carrier, originally from vehicle back into castle (4,4)|
|Increase number in layer (8)|
|A display of inexperience after cancelled service? Hatchback is deadly (6)|
|Tool returning chez Dad for a bit (4)|
|<span>Downpour (cf.</span><i> </i><span>spurt) </span> (10)|
|Part of Liverpool 9, say (6)|
|New Brighton? Head off about the distance from equator given by grid reference (8)|
|Two rock bands of the ’70s, one halving drug use, take time showing expressiveness (8)|
|Threaten to go out with head of government, say (6)|
|Soldier's messing about in task (10)|
|Some oddities of uncertain recollection (4)|
|Almost 5 or 10, with 10 the turning point? (6)|
|Informed about husband reportedly drunk in foreign city (8)|
|Get rid of black snot I produced (8)|
|Foreign agreement embraced by parties in folk dance movement (2-2-2)|
|At first agreed to lug old case round Englishman's castle for PM (4,7-4)|
|Eg pork pie given to a model carrying little weight (7)|
|Eccentric characters mostly surprised by English reserve (9)|
|Weak summary (7)|
|Cooked topless when tipsy (5)|
|Make fresh contact with outreach organisation, after adult goes missing (7)|
|Old French epic song from one of the Rat Pack? (7,2,6)|
|Sort of man that can be relied on to be far from sinister (5-4)|
|Turncoat's foremost pretext for disloyalty (7)|
|Walks wearily as a Dickensian in outskirts of Totnes (7)|
|Vetoes the other trendy set-up (5)|
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