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Mineral one extracted from areas of land — what you'd expect (8) crossword clue


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The Guardian Cryptic crossword of December 30th, 2010 other clues
Bill the blogger? (6)
Engendered plump cattle full of energy (8)
Like healthy food wife provided in pub (3-3)
Leading character with baton helps members of the band (8)
Gin in thermos, maybe (7,4)
Debilitating condition scaring you — for medic then to get sorted (7,7,8)
See 15
Proclaimed a religious woman third-rate, ab’orred on the radio (11)
Sort of lying that hurts is concealed in jargon (8)
Ruler given role when overthrown (6)
See 15
The head could be one for taking forty winks (6)
Workers, mature members of the household (6)
Scruffy little fellow rendering Indian music, something nice at teatime? (10)
Horse in shaggy dog story? (8)
Compiler's not right, unsound — controversial debate? (8)
Attended a glittering performance and was knocked out? (3,5)
In the course of tour is king put in jeopardy? (4)
To defeat hell, the first thing for heaven (4)
Appellation possessed by Anna but not Amanda (6,4)
A contemptible person supporting UKIP's latest political disinformation? (8)
Old farm worker's boorish type, two articles admitted (8)
Where fruity type may end up in difficulty (2,1,3)
Agreement to omit introduction at start of second book (4)
Shock when bird is heard (4)

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