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Evening Standard Cryptic crossword of July 11th, 2016 other clues
Mentioned a noted new diet
One's method of getting over a hill is to drive!
Creature which may be part hen
Concerning the morning paper
Historic commander who never quite fired a weapon?
Picture one in a mount
Villa site in Glastonbury
The ayes have it
Can such berries take a month to get ripe?
Father of Prince?
Start tailoring a new suit for the emperor
Orderly hotel in town
In a big way!
Sir Arthur's happiness
Wild animals' centre in Italy
Pulled a dagger, very nastily, on a dunderhead!
First mate
Former capital rebuilt as Tokyo
Medicine lacking what it takes to be too nice
Council at which it's not entirely easy to drop off to sleep!
Sort of man to join the head of department for a meal
Weapon a gamekeeper has raised
Having an excellent figure will help
One good at figures, perhaps?
Woman of inestimable value
Firm unions
In which two performers are expected to tango?
Wherein to lie with false-hearted mien?
Intend to include numbers from Guadalajara, say
Until turning east, this ship had a bell
Somewhat heathenish female?
Show mounting ability to do well?
A number to play with supposedly curative powers
Young for a time
Accommodate a bend in a pipe
Jonas as classic hero
True transmutation of alloy
Oscar Wilde's 'Miss' who upsets 'Sir' during the afternoon
Deems to be disturbing to old people
Drunken sot, I see, showing no emotion
Good in spirit
Fashionable, unusually neat covering for the leg
Quick to bite?

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