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House to which a neighbour is singularly attached crossword clue


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Evening Standard Cryptic crossword of July 13th, 2017 other clues
One hanging round a person's neck?
Farm from deep blue water!
Works hard, but only saves about a pound
Bird with a wooden leg?
Clothing changed for hill climbing, say?
Open space one is unlikely to drive into!
Spoils something heavenly
The poilu's hair dressing?
A side of meat?
With a dunderhead, an officer is not friendly
Where the team's directors keep the drinks?
Italian showing some astonishment
It's used for cooking in polar districts
Infantile supporter?
Can he look right into the future?
Always cleverly heartened
Thus, being warm hearted, rise high
To be demure, sweetheart, is most important
Figures in rugby matches
Required to cause no surprise
A fabric produced voluntarily
The fashionable sound?
The Romans presumably figured they had such rights
Superman's county?
The light of modern development
Overcook the fish?
A blinking cover!
Such a seaman as Carl could become
Head in a whirl?
Little Leonard holds it up, you'll admit
He takes his chances with a heartless mob in a large organisation
She may be said to be a blossom
Veteran, maybe, but still a bit soldierly
Is done differently by an inventor
Command to get over across the road
Boy so motherless as a man!
Something to pull on
Gift of a story to the National Theatre
It's hot for them at the border
Frame for a new picture
Taking the long view, VAT is fiddled
Prepared to learn a key part
Look both ways

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