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Love giving one aching back (4) crossword clue


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The Guardian Prize crossword of September 18th, 2004 other clues
Deadlock from an unresolved sit-in? (5-3)
See 26
He scored from penetrating for the Ukrainian side (9)
House call (5)
Gay Scot, a MacDonald, swearing in 21! (6,6)
Wrong name on the rota: how many more? (3,7)
Coupling of Heloise and Abelard? (6,4)
Drink for adult travelling with Noah (4)
New York slums where 5 on 25 are prepared? (5,7)
Max or daughter leaving scar (5)
Switch bet on runner up here (9)
Loved this! "Led Astray" by Kingsley Amis (3,3,6)
One of 2 in 22, but only 1 in 3! (8)
A month with the Camerons' division (4)
Prophet with a reduced majority (4)
Works of Bramante and Brunelleschi, a twosome detailing some with elevation (6)
Cod alternative from conservationists' fresh find; I'm OK battered! (5,8)
Make much of dodgy last character with no blame attached (8)
Deadly poison present! It's all around us! (10)
Like an unpaid quarryman on the rocks? (5-5)
Died in vain, sadly; can Edwina produce from 21? (8,5)
Dare to telephone the Queen? (4,3,3)
Tory against privileged lives could be fitting (10)
Believing there's no vacancy among the Guardian's owners, say (8)
Critic with pronounced opinions on author Anna (6)
William Brown's cloven foot (4)
Island state in the Garden of England (4)

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