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Evening Standard Cryptic crossword of April 12th, 2017 other clues
Tailender, possibly Welsh
Riotous style of existence conservationists would protect
Imitation makes her weep!
Little girl with a round figure, simply whacked
Fight for a place
Figuratively, the heart of a lion?
Regarded as wealthy after one short day?
Waste time on a letter to a friend
In extremes of frugality, get in debt as a resort
Wherein a gladiator could become a near wreck?
One's holiday may be in the balance!
Divert with morning exercise
Morecambe's river?
It links up with double-barrelled names
Cod lie around, quite harmless
A botanical angle
They have a mean meaning for cricketers
Superior, thus worthy of hire?
The odd bit of trouble, we hear
Teased with something tempting?
For either child, port wine is too much!
Very well, yet casually touring part of Ealing
The girl in the pool
Trumpeter's name
You've lost, chum
Males have many points
It has its regional side
Water escaping form lakes?
Like an owlish lion?
Deliciously suitable to the poet's tummy
A female to cheat, notedly
Pleasant piece of grassland
Road not committed to a particular direction
Tree or a bit of bush
Being competitive in a caring way
One man in three million?
Could Bertha be called to it?
A leader in the forefront
Better bit of brogue, maybe?
Firm kiss from the man at the helm
A little line in haberdashery

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