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|Irish News Cryptic crossword of July 18th, 2018 other clues|
|Terribly simple urges|
|Stir up with a fashionable quote|
|Dream about Manchester being attacked initially|
|Harsh men cut my new flower|
|They may be in dish a man chews|
|Shop around for frozen water for the home|
|Animals find silver in the streets|
|Shane turns pale|
|Wounds the lioness somehow|
|A foe from Yemen, possibly|
|Celia changes her name|
|Suit the tools|
|Head specialists phone up about right to record firsts|
|Heads for the area sheltered from the sun|
|Hold the admiral|
|Composite picture of a magneto, possibly|
|Made out to be noble|
|Strike at various times|
|Indifferent to sable, perhaps|
|The nurse on the first shift tires badly|
|Call out the name of the worker at the parade|
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