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Evening Standard Cryptic crossword of August 22nd, 2016 other clues
Adept historians always show profundity
Many have left home to work on the land
Giant animal?
Big Ben
Eccentric charmer giving a pedestrian demonstration?
A child completely friendless
More secure way to collect fares
Said to be good hearted
Made to react, perhaps, by the Editor
One manages to do so for oneself
Not all new ornaments are put on one's person
A game to stick at
Doddering, I left, possibly being seen out
Low fellow placing a bigwig before royalty
Brief affirmation of artistry?
Is a lout, perhaps, but can beat the opposition in a yacht race
Having a lot to eat, will give added strength
Quick and quiet in attack
When there's a bit of an inundation, she's very good
Ingredient in a drink not stirred, I see
Hoodlums, after starting trouble, give evidence of affection
A piece of ribbon usually is a nice something extra
He gains weight
Climbing it, is one apt to breathe badly?
Far from new, but it can be oiled
Like the image of a little old lady out for a great day?
It's of material interest to dressmakers
It's an offence to be ill, possibly!
Head teachers' union?
Tank put right in the nicest possible way
Part of the terrain the Scots own
Prepared to interpret a letter
Maybe only one or two musicians can play them
For these people, southwest is south!
Definite evidence of a professor having nothing to hide
Realised, at a price
Serial heard at breakfast, perhaps?
The height of rhetoric
Belonging to the pope, as a father figure
Wild donkey that's lost its tail in the fencing
Those incisive ones at the front?
She has half a mind to go by motorway
Hopeless flight?

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