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|The Guardian Quiptic crossword of April 1st, 2002 other clues|
|Thieving birds hide silver and pastry in hollow monuments (7)|
|I begin sermon with unusual claim to be of the Muslim faith (7)|
|Help ET out with a single figure - he'll need it to call home (9,6)|
|'Tis close, we hear, to ridicule (5)|
|Bat howled dreadfully at the fatal stroke (5,4)|
|Weary old lover takes house in Germany to cut tedium by half (9)|
|Intimidate Jim Bowen's old quiz partner! (5)|
|Hidden gas in geyser may burn (5)|
|Models competent to carry vase onto revolving platform (9)|
|Motorists club travel round rocky American trail to the country (9)|
|Stick up tax as sanction (5)|
|About raid can't argue, or there'll be fighting at the back (9,6)|
|We are taking long breather before fight (7)|
|Rhode Island poet's outburst provokes witty retort (7)|
|Unmarried lady takes in a model with Eastern artist (7)|
|Leaving gift to force student to study those who work on fish (6,9)|
|Sometimes words conceal a weapon (5)|
|Northerner chucked out rancid eel (9)|
|Oaf gains aspiration to reach this Lincolnshire town (5)|
|Mafia king relies foolishly on alibi about way of delivering books (6,9)|
|Grow half a carrot from seed plant (7)|
|To tease bird I'll eat nuts (9)|
|However, Mr Lawrence took the royal trophy for his flower (9)|
|Bird hits back, leading to noisy dispute (7)|
|Friendly relations with opponents established up to a point under canvas (7)|
|Just straighten up (5)|
|A venomous mathematician? (5)|
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