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Bernard's declining to whimper (6) crossword clue


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The Guardian Cryptic crossword of May 16th, 2001 other clues
Al Gore is unlikely to keep concubines (8)
Killing is all the rage! (6)
He may feel destined to succeed in part (6)
Odds and ends singularly unappealing to 15 (5)
Two Good Friday participants against a scheme for peace? (9)
Tempestuous character - one found in Lear, perhaps (5)
Like Britain's past glory without a hazard (7)
Piano serves to transform the office (7)
Girl from classical Greece (4)
General service footwear (10)
Screw holds a number in bird (7)
A palm may be, as in cupidity (7)
Offers to play lovers' tune (10)
Dunkirk began fightback from a no-win situation (4)
Outre student found in bed, the worse for drink (7)
Calls in question politician using spin (7)
There's many a drop down here (5)
Charge for a snog with a bird? (9)
A joint is essential when backing English group diet (11,4)
One moves, but it could be sore if lacking support (8)
Any king is bound to be cross (5)
Domain of sly, cruel cook (8)
One is apt to be driven (9)
Wealthy type gets model to strip (6)
After dancing in clogs, drinks up and all must go (7-4,4)
Scrooge is broke without a couple of bob, or less (9)
Keillor's defence? (8)

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