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Circle backs diabolical crude type coming from The Press in Greece crossword clue


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Irish Times Crosaire crossword of September 21st, 2018 other clues
Celebrity is charged over cocaine
Finds mole is overseeing part of China to topple the obstruction
A liberating demand from strange Romans
Can leave champions down in the dumps?
Important Russians transformed Nazi cars
Grace O'Malley opens 6 down
Take advantage of criminal hiding a bit of a beef
Nuns travelling around Kildare dropped in at the deep end perhaps
Comes across dog that has a chance of winning
Arab leader's report throws one off balance
Is that an ongoing reaction in Red China?
Is rare cuckoo from a range of mountains?
No lets in Shetland for worker
Shop girl has no hols to cling to
Most of the score by Chopin lacks order and that's vital to the organisation
Speech therapist misses teacher's pet in A View from The Bridge, perhaps
Detective and judge from 10 across working overseas illegally
Turns up, the foreign army unit isn't finished getting diamonds at the end of the war - and the feeling is mutual
Takeaway opens before lunch in Ireland and the Revenue is having none of it
Just got nothing for The Confirmation
Finishes 15 across with small welcoming gestures
Set of standards for banks countrywide
Ask for local money from the English terrace - it's an old system one hears about
Opens 15 across full of promise, in an opportunistic sense
Moth-eaten Monet is left out in the hot weather
Removed the bones from accommodation in field trip
Describes precious type in 24 across and most of those in 26 across for those retiring types in Labour

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