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Drift to make up (6) crossword clue


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The Guardian Quick crossword of January 29th, 2008 other clues
Film with Astaire and Rogers (3-3)
Biblical epic film (3,3)
Audrey Hepburn film (time off in Italy) (5,7)
See 8
Difficulty to be solved (7)
BBC pioneer (5)
Come close for warmth or love (7,2)
Painter of industrial Lancashire (5)
Alfresco (7)
One of cult cartoon family (7)
Town with racecourse (5)
Hamlet was and bacon may be (6)
Insects that feed on plant sap (6)
Self-important (7)
Cancel (5)
Widen (7)
One who has been a pilgrim to Mecca (5)
Regular occurrence of stresses, pulse, etc (6)
From one's own garden (4-5)
Greek hero - book by Joyce (7)
Ken Loach film of unlucky girl in slummy London (4,3)
Shut (6)
Film with Julia Roberts (belle) (6,5)
See 16
Vestige (5)

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