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One law is detaining unruly court attendants (6-2-7) crossword clue


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The Guardian Cryptic crossword of September 20th, 2001 other clues
On which Kipling wrote sadly to mother an' dad; a poem followed (3,4,2,8)
Ordain, following Peter's habit (5)
Might the next part come to one of the 25? (9,6)
New look from this Christian (4)
See 1 (8)
Film director resisting inclusion of tear-jerker (9)
Show, in two senses, to have sickness benefit (5)
Hydrophobic cab-driver madly spilling derv (5)
First new town wise about event, perhaps (9)
Puck's pursuer on edge? (3,5)
Newshound's epitaph? (4)
Sound, square and smelly (5)
Author with only a few (500) characters (3,6)
Suiting precious daughter (5)
Soak feet, say (7)
Cetologist's quarry from Balearic Islands (4)
Tie up the Guardian's charge? (4)
As was Ishmael or Socrates, I'd gathered (10)
Flower stemmers needed apres Louis XV and de Pompadour? (10)
Catastrophe liable to take issue with Polonius (7)
Packer down of dog (5,4)
Weak supporters touching caps once KKK den assembled (5-5)
Who stole Shergar? Fish out one of the others! (5,5)
What Lindbergh used to ventilate WC? (9)
Would Alfred tear into Beethoven''s first line in New York? (7)
One said how he'd remain'd hopelessly in reserve (7)
Samson destroyed his temple after many an attempt. Name? (5)
With, for example, outside influence (4)
See 21 (4)

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