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Politician follows everyone into backstreet to see invention (4,5) crossword clue


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The Guardian Cryptic crossword of September 14th, 2001 other clues
Blinking hooter is hard to find! (6)
Inside stone front door it rattled (8)
Queen holds medal found in fireplace (5)
Companion wants cool tea, stirred and sweet (9)
Copper put "rain ruined start of play" (7,2)
Talked of using pole to dig with (5)
Armed when going to a funeral? (8,4)
Glue with scent is upsetting tiny pets (5,7)
An unmarried mother is different (5)
Where you'll find trees scattered round frozen water (9)
Giant thing in bronze (5)
One painting lines with great skill (8)
One advising one to leave the Spanish capital when rejected (6)
Beat vicar and ring up, getting firm with me (8)
Timber supplier wanted chimney to have a light in (8)
Country's uplifting tunes about the Fourth of July (5)
Waving toy dog, I get people inside - which helps sales! (4,9)
Lots of you, once on beaches (9)
If a drink's wanted, there''s bags in this (6)
Declines to go with the foreign lorry driver (6)
Time for prayer for church dignitary, one time outside California (9,4)
Nothing goes on in their camps (9)
Elated, but still after church backing (8)
Field behind East Street is cut off (8)
Stands in for Jethro straight away (6)
Holiday accommodation hired after tea (6)
About ten engineers turned to go in (5)

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