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Irish tax that's somewhat excessive (4) crossword clue


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The Guardian Cryptic crossword of March 17th, 2014 other clues
Conversed in old language? Just the opposite (4)
Left thrown in fight — Paddy's harmless nonsense (7)
Rascals taking naps sleep badly (9)
Indication of agreement a company set up for playwright (6)
Appointed as agent, as expressed in legal document (7)
18, for example, I malign (8)
Legendary snake handler, in past, contrived a deception (5,7)
Cheer up with piano that's traditionally played in Ireland (4)
So-called teacher of Irish trimmed back (3)
Teenager's drunk nonalcoholic drink suitable for today? (5,3)
Piece of jewellery one found in ancient site near Dublin (5)
Queen preserved, in a way — turned into mythological heroine (7)
Attached to foundation since being retired? (5)
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Piece of 1 in container — cooked it with a chop (6,4)
Emerging forcefully from hot Irish capital in fall (9)
Row after daughter had a Guinness, say (5)
Limerick's next for this English poet (5)
For instance, Shaw creating non-U flower person (8)
Incensed as Irish scoffed (5)
Irish pubs feeling incomplete without barmaid (8)
Poverty observed, going west — has food taken in (9)
Illicit stuff has power over young person (6)
Staple food in second and last course reduced (4)
Statement Dorian Gray didn't make put in picture (6)
Boy present for a musical performance (6)
Guardian, for example, hasn't finished making house in Ireland (4)
Remained dormant in Ireland after one's left with Edward (10)
Traditional Irish dish in Wild West (4)
Old verse penned by some rulers in parts of Ireland (9)
Bird's nest found in country area put back (5)
Duke, libertine, sailor, MP and knight (5)

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