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Grannie certainly bore one of the brood (5) crossword clue


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The Guardian Cryptic crossword of July 24th, 2001 other clues
Thanks Mr Hackman expressly for the stew (6)
Cancel return of Basque militants with former Soviet president's majority (8)
One (new) knight's stand? (5)
Makes good preserves (9)
Developing buds seem to have resistance under water (9)
One to cope with a husband... (5)
... rapt? (4,8)
Pudding on plate slurped all over the place (5,7)
Build beams noisily (5)
No middle-aged spread for this old-timer! (4-5)
A kiss to inspire a Dickensian architect (9)
Scotsman with a ***wife and a bird (5)
A promenade around the isles is out of this world (8)
A survey of Newfoundland (6)
Rex scarpered, taking a month to make the crossing (8)
A cooler turkey, perhaps, is one in the coop? (8)
Maybe Pugh's an expert at the game (9-4)
The boat from Oxford University set off (9)
Stood and endured (6)
You once took Mona back... no hassle? (6)
Oklahoma supports game (7,6)
Pushed out, you said? (9)
Lent is brought forward (8)
A scrap of a form? (5,3)
Put on your warm coat and hold your tongue! (4,2)
New crime wave presents a poser (6)
A strange character is Ray, sometimes (5)

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