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|The Guardian Cryptic crossword of December 24th, 2009 other clues|
|Parent at home to couple getting spliced? (9)|
|Catch a girl to love (5)|
|Heroin substitute should be, in my view (9)|
|Roadside worker, one to land at sea? (7)|
|Revolutionary poem? No, a rude composition (7)|
|Referee with his belt turning to cow? (7-6)|
|Graceful, innit? — playing on the wild side (7,6)|
|Inconclusive assault on man with case (7)|
|Further entry into prison (7)|
|French writer (not English) on board with rifles (5,4)|
|20's half hidden in the open when there's no sun (8)|
|Setter with a monitoring device fitted about to transport him to prison (4,5)|
|Catastrophe for officer, partner to Jones, among other ranks? (8)|
|Popular group sees the smaller picture (5)|
|Fans can be unreliable in their enthusiasm (4,3,3,4)|
|Shakespearean lord of the Golden Blackbird (7)|
|In which Henry VII rallied his troops to make slaves (7)|
|L-shaped bar in a longer form (5,4)|
|Prance around — the last way to treat a ball? (6)|
|What is this Jersey? An exercise in vowel sounds? (3,3,5,3)|
|Embarrassed by finding items of Royal Mail late as ever (3,2,4)|
|Flag on vessel as young as ever? (5,3)|
|There's about zero miles from what can be proved (7)|
|Prison as acknowledgment of game (7)|
|Lieutenant caught the fool in 10 10 (6)|
|Forward way to Tipperary (5)|
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