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Cloaks with a torn label, worn by the Jesuits and sent back (8) crossword clue


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The Guardian Prize crossword of August 19th, 2000 other clues
Introduction of President of Wales in year 21unlikely (2,6,9)
Unfortunate few are responsible for caviare to the general (6,6,5)
One drunk turns to the others: "Keep quiet! We are drunkards" (8)
A 12 point type left at the top (6)
See 5 (11)
Newlyn church - hang in there! (5)
See 1 (9)
This virago would continue to take the mickey (3-6)
Dynast might try to hide in the chimney-back (5)
One taking referrals from a saw doctor? (4,7)
Abstraction in the medium term (6)
Made a dowager around noon, with pains in the ear (8)
Spanish cuisine bound up with the French (6)
Our energy generation might isolate Britain among Frenchmen (10)
Dietary item taking a pointer from one with the scales (4-6)
The hinge from an envelope, right? (5)
Going beyond the upright bend, a lot use gravity sadly (6-6)
Estuarial English juvenile mimes letters and soft words (9)
Halite, one of Bill Haley's crew? (4,4)
See 7 (4)
Hold fire tender in esteem. O, calamity! (4,4,4)
Dynasty led we British into Scott's mass of deception (7,3)
Walks over the Sedan Alps with energy (10)
How the Church saw Galileo here; taking it up with the State (9)
Here Wordsworth wrote lines on boy's upbringing (5)
Strike makes us work quietly in the theatre (8)
See 22 (4)

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