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|The Guardian Cryptic crossword of March 1st, 2001 other clues|
|His written grammar was exemplary: spoken, less tasteful (6)|
|The Camptown plum puller whose stock has points taken off? (8)|
|Nimrod dished "avec vin blanc et champignons" (8)|
|One for sorrow among the chattering classes (6)|
|Cracked Matterhorn with Roman Catholic artillery (6,6)|
|Rugby training switched in the country (4)|
|No chicken with turnip? (3-5)|
|Carelessly applying make-up and hairstyle (4-4)|
|Lister's work applying oxygen to suppuration (4)|
|Dressing so flashily no use in new penthouse suite development (12)|
|Meeting one's fate in Switzerland? O, fate! (6)|
|Herald of St Swithun's reign might ordain priest for sacrifice (8)|
|Alter ego literally left without memory ?- it's the drink! (8)|
|Officer contributing to Dolly Varden''s ignominy (6)|
|Two revolutionaries gamely throwing projectiles from here (4)|
|Thatcher as Red Queen absorbing energy (6)|
|One might show contrition for auntie's bloomers, perhaps, and glee with ITC error (8-7)|
|So with Mom''s apple pie, weed out what makes me mad (4-4) (8)|
|He's OK (5)|
|Morecambe and Wise, we hear, sag from this blooming characterisation (10)|
|Faced paralysis, so possibly left bypass hell without beginning (5,5)|
|Cromwell's cavalry fell, as it were (9)|
|Some queue outside here to displace Archimedes? (8)|
|Donkey, for one, bearing trap in Tyneside (6)|
|Swimmer more steamed up in Stepney (5)|
|Chinese family worth £100,000? (4)|
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