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Old Irishman, one living abroad (5) crossword clue


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The Guardian Prize crossword of June 15th, 2013 other clues
A 28 visit Greek 20 to "grow together" (7)
Catholics disparagingly said to be sanctimonious in earlier times (7)
Billy's relatives attempt a way back (5)
Ban writing in bed? On the contrary (9)
Drug-fuelled Madness member into mad idea (10)
See 6
Personifying two setters, vocalise strangled cat on record (11)
Heaving cleavage in front of large, born-again Christian? (11)
Related to 9's leader, this 6 is 13's top one (4)
Bill has one horse? Not the case for bums (10)
Runner, last of four to get TV role (9)
Grub of spectacular variety (5)
Some guts by cricket side to go in first (7)
See 24
Grand Emperor's ignoring us (6)
Where Father Ted was caught with raging gays, darling (6,6)
Seasonal fare in 8, cooked by galley slave originally (6,4)
New Cypriot zoo lacks one unknown type of primitive animal (9)
Annual event for the Irish setter (nothing at all Irish) (4,4)
Indian hunters trek endlessly in their women's clothes (8)
Emasculated creature facing eternity where the poor Titanic passengers nightly lay (8)
Place in West of Kerry one left rolling drunk? (10)
Some final changes for a 20 (4,2,3)
Audacity shown by Bill wearing the French woman's jewellery (8)
Wood panelling of cask cut in two, accidentally (8)
Wrong route, right car (6)
See 2
Fraction of wine used by hotel (5)
Odd bits of invective needed — for this CD, that is (4,7)

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