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|Irish Times Crosaire crossword of July 26th, 2017 other clues|
|Chap is not completely brave at takeaway, in a manner of speaking|
|Check out local duck with broken leg|
|Dealer finishes off small car for a song|
|Explains leaving the job in The Palace to obtain acid compound|
|Handy for you and me to process fuel|
|Immersed in developing Leningrad valley|
|Indians retreat to a marsh on the rampage|
|It's utter madness as there's no greener part of Nuclear Energy|
|Modest type loses top election to beastly sort|
|No rates for gas fitter for the present?|
|One of the people in oxygen tent|
|Parish etiquette for a number of regional figures|
|Party with colourful type around West Indies|
|Persian cat hasn't got it behind the stomach|
|Present article by director won over immediately, for the time being|
|Puts lace on tartan tops with piece of thread|
|Salvages settlement for chancers|
|Some Palermo network responsible for a piece of work in the gallery|
|Spokesman for champion|
|Stoned on location and that's the most memorable part|
|Symbolic type of team playing with power and fair amount of horror|
|Take VAT off malt vinegar or put it on, doing nothing?|
|Takes up space in someone else's house|
|The benefit of doing little for the banks|
|The job section?|
|Whisky, for example, found in half the bags with picnic favourites|
|Without an introduction, it's not fiction by old fellow from charity - the type that might save you|
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