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English bishop takes gold? Whoops! (5) crossword clue


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The Guardian Cryptic crossword of December 14th, 2012 other clues
Very cold parrot starting a course of action (6)
Prehistoric flint head of the Spanish distant conflict (3-5)
Use ropes flexibly on the surface, raised in relief (8)
How did little devil behave? With shock! (6)
Sheriff yodelling is a bit dubious (4)
So a hug upset outstanding girl? 15 needed! (6,4)
Regenerates us? Does getting pickled? (6)
Charlie gets back around mid-morning, overdue — turning a dull grey colour (8)
Stone me! Belonged to you a long time ago, in a way (8)
Fetching a number of Romans by order to see (6)
Home counties copper, god of the house, is beginning to move to a worldly way of thinking (10)
Quits flat (4)
Crooked cashier withdrawing a lot of material possessions (6)
Overcome journey, say, from the kitchen garden? (8)
Distress with endless problems one day before (8)
Cast, say, from Windsor chair? (6)
Nothing against a bit of work — to keep busy I left women for an overbooked gathering (8,7)
Sarcastic talk brings club to untimely end (5)
In the past dry, yet sea rough … (9)
… soon, for example, about half London may be engulfed (7)
Chuck, for starters, fish left in neighbour's garage (5)
Quick answer in practice is incentive to get up (7)
Almost never related to astronomy! (4,2,1,4,4)
On about messieurs (in French) getting into bed — my lips are sealed (2,7)
Harder time getting old? How repugnant for the Queen (7)
Protective cover, enough for a very little tot (7)
A key that leads to a hitch? (5)

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