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Journeys by sea (7) crossword clue


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The Guardian Quick crossword of February 23rd, 2017 other clues
English landscape painter, d. 1837 (4,9)
Lottery (7)
Rich Austrian cake (5)
Arrange in order (4)
Fly very low (5-3)
Biblical hunter (6)
Aid Hal (anag) — flower with showy heads (6)
Short school holiday (4-4)
Child's guessing game (1,3)
Merrymaking (5)
Pretend not to notice (4,1,5,3)
Black variety of lignite, used for ornaments (3)
Far from exciting (7)
Falsify — chef (4)
Closer (6)
Balkan city's name 1946 to 1993 — dog trait (anag) (8)
Nativity (5)
Worth following as an example (9)
Military college at Camberley, Surrey (9)
Mexican pancake (8)
Pasta dish (7)
Make a journey (6)
Glandular organ of the stomach (5)
Song sung in church (4)
1887 Rider Haggard novel (3)

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