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Organs 21-ed for life (6) crossword clue


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The Guardian Quick crossword of January 4th, 2003 other clues
Illegible writing (6)
Unbiased - aim (9)
Bang (9)
Rotate with hum (4)
Two minims (9)
It may be 13 across-ed! (4)
Waste product of mammals (4)
Give out (eg light) (4)
Drink deeply or eagerly (5)
Twisting force - twisted necklace (6)
Alliance - three (poetic) miles (6)
Endue with life - make very bright (6)
Shout of delight (6)
Foot treatment (9)
At least lose nothing (5,4)
Heavy food (6)
Mid-morning snack (9)
Chew steadily - "Scream" artist (5)
Slogan (for those going into a fight?) (6-3)
Require(ment) (4)
Uneasiness of conscience (5)
Artifice (9)
Arm of the sea - actor Colin (5)
Gain (money, reputation, etc) (4)
Additional charge (6)
Nothing (4)
Overtake (4)

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