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It's one's right politely to embrace single chap (5,7) crossword clue


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The Guardian Quiptic crossword of November 27th, 2000 other clues
RADA accepting one with initially no characteristics -- except brilliance! (8)
Rattle strangely towards the end (6)
Oddly cursed, Evita returned, showing imagination (8)
Horrified to be outed in Armagh as traitor (6)
Risk nearly all before old respected state leaders -- Kohl and Brandt, perhaps (11)
Loony losing head, say (5)
Involved in TT race, I break down (9)
Protective lotion: empty can ensures problem (9)
Heather and Mr Cantona argue at first (5)
Ad-lib first part of excuse before rate rise (11)
Untidy person loves muddle, up to a point (6)
Nude, I jiggled amidst one group of spectators (8)
Fermented milk finally curdling in your tea, we hear (6)
Rooms used by cruciverbalists? (8)
For example, Epsom doctor cures chorea (not hard) (10)
Perish, hurling something out of a mould (3-7)
Ancient Athenian room (5)
Saint revered in East (9)
Players in corporate America (4)
Conservatives heard religious ceremony (4)
Former Labour leader and Speaker making complaint, attacking the cloven-hoofed! (4-3-5)
Frenchwoman is below par: that's stunned absent lover (10)
Calm and untouchable dignity (10)
Uproar! Peer topped crooked businessman! (9)
No mistake, I'm up for this drug (5)
Catch sight of English agent (4)
Yearn to be seen in nylon garter (4)

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