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Painter — one to live on (not English name) (5) crossword clue


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The Guardian Cryptic crossword of November 15th, 2011 other clues
One who is OTT in the theatre could present dilemma to star (13)
Plans favoured by nurses (7)
Man with cycle hurried in front of cows (7)
Get rid of article in language few of us can read (5)
Vocal exercise with only one repeated note keeping loud I love (9)
Is he the originator of "Bard-craft"? A trick! (5)
Saint is seen around about churches (9)
Like a choir's turn away from the congregation? (9)
Country moans terribly about pouring rain (3,6)
A rival paper behind the crime? (5)
Top bod, this writer — inside so disgusting (7)
Insect in part of Oz eaten by a much bigger animal (7)
Doctors will want no rogue nurses around (13)
Fancy an introduction to Norway's secret delights? (9)
Cat to jump with no small power (5)
Papers finally lodged in stacked-up box files (5)
Numbered group in end­less confusion, we pontificate (9)
Worked in an underground movement (9)
Alcoholic drink making one shy (5)
A multi-faith alternative to baptism? It has advantages and disadvantages (5,8)
Fiendish sailor crosses the street protesting (13)
This? Won't use Blair, being beaten — it's surprisingly done for! (3,6)
Germans taking half the bunks on ships (9)
Banal piece by essayist? It's a gem (9)
One taken in by rogue, king goes out as one too trustful (5)
Very happy as a cyclist, but not as a penny-farthing rider? (2,3)
Concentration in Chemistry must be more properly fixed, according to report (5)

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