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Go slowly, when there's wild unrest around mid-May crossword clue


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Evening Standard Cryptic crossword of March 6th, 2017 other clues
Mountainous piece of land to the east and south
A cold one, four-fifths ice?
Old Bill, or Robert
What he has, makes him what he is
Initial insult that can make a chap weep?
Do what's colourful but unoriginal
Figures in a deal relating to currency
Healthy town for an inexpert driver to be in?
Heavy weight? Perhaps not
Like the pale faces of seven sisters
Lean, slightly?
For one's own part, it sounds vain
Ground in the Po valley
Michael took Fay round the academy
Hastened to get organised?
Hurl a drunkard out of the house
Picture with no great drama
The good you can get from a beef tin
It may be a squash
Many a seaman is a natural swimmer
One who walked with Isaac in the outskirts of Hanover?
GBS left something warm
Not able to have wild fun with the thing
Politician a long time getting a bill out, possibly
Figure an article to be flexible
Hotheaded fellow, this beast?
Drink is the reason to accept some risk
A drink for me and the medico
Tiffany's great admirer
Coming last is not applicable in the case of a young horse
A long journey _ and not even full fare!
Second choice of potherbs
Object when you have a bad night
Can such a song be enlightening?
It's deadly being an overweight little man
Meat can be a sin, put in the wrong oven
Joint holder
Semi-docile professional person
Ran hard, about to finish the race
Dolly possibly partnered by George
Bat flying up past a cat
Cleric from Aden?
Gang helping to make a bomb go up?

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