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Looker more drunk, it's said, in southwest Europe (6) crossword clue


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The Guardian Cryptic crossword of April 18th, 2012 other clues
Country where God has executed priest? (6)
Audio equipment taking call from gambler, being on another planet (7)
After conversion, a metric ton dropping to give, initially, a much smaller unit? (9)
Drinker on drugs, recovered (5)
Enthusiastic about bracketing beginning of Renaissance as early music (5)
Principal in hospital showing diagrams (3,6)
Leave old hat in the grass (7)
Strong, like seafood, we hear? (6)
Square existent, almost round (7)
Granny worn out, we hear? No! (6,3)
Sauce bore olives, for a start (5)
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Miliband completely out of it, they say, not expected to recover (5,4)
Too much to wrap a carpet (7)
Moist, like seafood? (6)
Hungry, like Gregory? (7)
Group seeing potential disaster for the human cannonball? (5)
Desperate individual married with older bloke, principally? (4-5,5)
Pedestrian has drone to beat (7)
One of Hugh's extremities given a tickle (5)
Criminal rues leg up, discovering maximum security product? (9)
Refuse to accept hard to beat (6)
Cross, like seafood? (6)
Party queen can start to enjoy being a womaniser (9)
It ups record on peace in mark of approval (3,6)
Pen underlining wrong name, granting forgiveness (7)
It gets caught in storm every so often — that's supposed to be funny? (6)
Commercial number to divide that coming up as twelve (7)
Chinese shoots tail off deer with two rounds (6)
Perfect fool's last hypothesis over the top (5)
Given sheikhdom's capital, Manchester City, say, demonstrating power (5)

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