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Explain why the Italian team's ready in Paris (9) crossword clue


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The Guardian Quiptic crossword of March 1st, 2004 other clues
Film director (not Hill) taking a trip on the Thames with Age Concern? (7,6)
Appendage is small and utter drag (6,3)
Subsequent consumer sale returns one disregarded (5)
Foundling an artist depicted in a hovel (5)
Drunk soldier on return promises to be keen to see action (9)
They say sound of lion's in sync, maybe, but a bit thin (7)
Lie about Charlie found with some cocaine? (7)
Mark left after Gunners' hectic routine (3,4)
Letters in reply insult an Arab leader and his wife? (7)
March sees primroses opening and go to ruin (5,4)
Former heavyweight Bomber's single defence (5)
Lily's destiny is with you and me (5)
Decipher language of drunken, lean tarts (9)
Popular event to Germany's young? (13)
Sweet money (5)
Very severely overweight friend (7)
Reinstate half the Conservatives? God! (7)
One book, with curious lilac cover, is senseless (9)
Start to score at the crease - then test opener's run out (5)
Order to fight leads to disorder in the ranks? (5,8)
Exorcised man's about to be interrogated (5-8)
Toned down hanky-panky for women! (6,3)
There's no motion to maintain disunited Spain (9)
Licence included to rent it leasehold (7)
Pianos are heard playing with singers (7)
Regularly ring for daily directions (5)
Top clergyman's serious transgression (5)

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