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|Irish News Cryptic crossword of April 26th, 2018 other clues|
|Excursions to a French town|
|Used watch part?|
|Briefly describe an unfashionable range|
|Choice meat for the League Champions|
|Supported, nevertheless, with locks|
|A certain amount of price deduction is given|
|Share out is tried, but it goes wrong|
|Writer getting the cane, perhaps, as punishment|
|Of course it's a better machine!|
|Wine that may sparkle as it rises|
|Idleness in battle|
|Looks for a sound diarist|
|It should prevent one getting into bad habits!|
|Less sailors on the motorway|
|It's necessary to end fuel crisis|
|One making a noise with one's nose|
|Shame of finding my Gino in trouble|
|They employ strange ruses|
|Study the words in the appropriate surroundings|
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