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Hall bachelor enters with his eyes open (6) crossword clue


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The Guardian Prize crossword of August 26th, 2006 other clues
Pleasant air has little - very little - sent back with grains in it (9,3,5)
White part of joint originates inferior performer (3,3)
Bad luck being held by doctrinaire? (4,5)
Bribe on board (4)
Bird's report of 32 writer with Somerville (9)
Rain indoors? (4,3,4)
Writer with state reportedly more veiny (6)
Araucaria's ... not so young as he'd like you to think? (5)
Alien beast backed to make sheets (8)
Ratings show displeasure at pack (5,4)
Assent for a second, in cargo boat several months (1,4,2,2)
Fawn who had ministry arranged - just DIY job? (4,2,3,4,5)
See 26
Strongly suggestive of expenditure swallowing income (8)
Way in which partner is cut to the quick (5)
Windows file hard to decipher after lethal effect of large crowd? (3,3,5,3,3,4)
Getting on when bird is off? (2,7)
Piece of garden for English writer (4)
Symbol erected to speed by the French (5,4)
Game set and band (6)
36 grown out of diet extravaganza and cross about it (5,4,2,6)
Craft now used for piece that's obsolete in the first place (3-5)
Writer's right (6)
See 34
Take over the Guardian, former city page (5)
A whole new one often, but is it cricket? (4,4)
Labour lord, Tory butterfly (6,4)
Premier writer with Scottish county name (6)
"One rode a horse and the other _____" (12)
Familiar precipitation descended with painful sound to spring on police (4-6-4-3)
It's good to see work of art without regret: I must leave evening party by agreement (1,5,3,4,4)
Writer making aristocracy fashionable? (6)
Western town has telescoped cricketer and French girlfriend (7)
Change one with a drug (7)
Unlacerated? These days the books are "for idiots" (7,5)
Business, one to be exposed with maximum row? (6)
Remove hesitation from cockroach specialist: I can make him see straight (10)
We don't look out in time to find model in Roy's team (10)
Fairy with monster's head comes into marquisate - 26 28? (4-4)
Sheridan's scandalous knight found in the Tiber? (8)
Navigator's assistant with head cut off surviving (6)
Not exactly diehard socialist writer for reporter (6)
Writer, repeatedly told to leave, left (5)

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