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Heavy reading crossword clue


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Evening Standard Cryptic crossword of May 30th, 2018 other clues
Fool around for a quarter hour in the bathroom
Conventional piece of work, a book about the North
Henry left the building
In the position to plead wildly, keeping a cool head
With hearty Jethroe, I have to do well
It doesn't quite rate being petted
Finds the total for the drinks
Will Halley's arrive on Tuesday?
Stormed, to Edgar's distress
There's risk for the raw beginner in making a pile
Dad's mid-century history
Accommodatingly provide with meals
A fair WPC?
Awaiting delivery
A form of protection, that's clear
The beast would seem to claim to be ten
Hybridising a zebra with a pelican?
Smooth stuff
Flabby and a bit wet, it clings to a rock
Squabble, reversing a car in furious extremities
Keep below decks
The opposite of wronged?
Nominally a large figure
Impressive characters?
Wild animal that gets right into your straw, possibly
Occupied in wholesale trade
Tommy's tosh?
Exotic vines apt to bleed when cut
Rationale shown in the record, I see
On line to get ahead with something Spanish?
To buy it, must one be in credit?
Homely part for Mr. Gibson
If you want compensation, put your clothes on again
In favour of getting fit for personal advantage
Strong temporary shelter by the river
Top copy with a cross on
Artist who gave name to a bird
Toughly aggressive, but with honour
He's good to give a seaman half a bottle
Taxi bureau?
They're too porky to get airborne

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