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Cross the new rate out - it's more to pay! crossword clue


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Evening Standard Cryptic crossword of September 26th, 2016 other clues
Another increase?
That's funny, some people won't drink it!
A student might write one like a shot!
Might such culture or ideas seem strange, strewn around the East?
A little hope, perhaps, but not much enlightenment
They're big and brassy (and somewhat tubby?)
Makes a noise in order to startle?
Petals can show such shades
She has the master key
Bovine aggressor?
Tables to work at
Support for the party leader
How great age changes one!
Had one's sleep disturbed by the pest round the corner!
The ad modified, being very unpopular
The man will be round for the money all right
For which to bid a high price?
Hard as a westerner's heart
Specious excuse to start preaching on a written subject
Hunger no longer as you swing round it, perspiring
Heavenly females with many functions
His is not one of those jobs for the boys
As ports go, a poor one?
City of madrigals
No way to play piano
Led astray by a short-term worker named Edward?
Tapering pieces with pointed extremities
Are there no queues for such pudding?
As expected, a bit of a fight
Goes for semi-nude roles
Flirt with the boy round the post office
Jack, on the road with Mac?
Mr Atkinson's tree
His violence will clearly have impact on some boys
An old sailor, strangely glib and hot-headed
Information about an art style
Give a lift
I say, fellow, that's sharp!
Politician concealing an article or plan
Felt uncertain?
Seaman with an irrational dread of being scratched
The Spanish gathered around the piano for drinks
Baby found in the doorway?

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