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Result of two bookable offences in one game (3,4) crossword clue


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The Guardian Quick crossword of December 22nd, 2015 other clues
Voice between bass and tenor (8)
Stallion kept for breeding (4)
Provide with a source of income (5)
Performer of great agility and coordination (7)
Random advice (anag) — politician (5,7)
Quirk (6)
Clear of a crime (6)
Red fruit (12)
Lady's bedchamber (7)
Computer accessory (5)
Grand Master of the Jedi Order (4)
Out of one's mind (8)
South African of Dutch descent (4)
Cry of the tawny owl (2-4,2-4)
Shade of meaning (6)
Fleshy underground part of a stem, often used as food (5)
Set off (8)
Baked custard dessert (5,7)
Maybe (8)
Poorly matched (7)
Crank (6)
Number of drinks bought together (5)
Openly resist (4)

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