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Digging more ditches for the sake of economy? (12) crossword clue


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The Guardian Cryptic crossword of April 21st, 2006 other clues
Boy that ran through measureless caverns (5)
Orwellian report on summit (8)
One pledged to add a scientific location to a Victorian composer (5,9)
Original mother and aunt turning left at long last (8)
Intelligent woman at long last a minister, as missing out (6,9)
Young thing first with certainty to measure a knob of butter? (5,4)
Pole in fur in neighbouring country (5)
Saw gun? (5)
See 11
Correction for "take you and I", for example? Pleased with your gift? Get on with it! (2,4,4,3,7)
In some climates, who classically promotes factiousness? (8)
See 19
Words that get passed (8)
Instructor's mild correction's gold (5)
Say: "Don't stop her entering ring or pillar?" (6,3)
Composer of "The Entertainer" holding plate (5)
Aristocrat, one of April's eight, far from rocket science (2-7)
Question for sound engineer (4)
Tom in snap resolution becomes a traffic regulator (9)
Never mind, there's a little left (5)
It's fed by saloons on gingerbread tree that's doubly modified (7,5)
Extremes of cost, about an arm or a leg, for cheese (9)
Limb initially Uriah Heep cooked for his food (6,3)
Vegetarian food: I'm into payment for what can get from it (9)
Time for drink in a ball? (5)
Search for start of? (5)
Feet together and don't approach! (4)

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