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Row at church puts a stop to organ (6) crossword clue


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The Guardian Cryptic crossword of April 25th, 2003 other clues
Drunk comes to a state of incapacity (8)
I go far in order to find a shaver (6)
Failed flier crashed without completing a cruise (6)
Put a valve in central heating as a last resort (2,1,5)
Where hunters meet to bag a duck (4)
Animal shut out for attempting to control procreation (10)
With woman backing out, inquisitor goes to unknown resort (7)
A cattle dealer expects his stock to do this (7)
Getting stuck without a tool (10)
Girl with English inheritance (4)
It goes with lax behaviour ... (8)
... kicking over the traces and showing signs of omission (6)
Setter's right to a place in the field, being a fearless warrior (8)
Unruly son spent coin - Mom went mad (3,6,6)
Place for the better half? (7,8)
Study problem and win to complete (10)
Member precedes friend without giving offence (7)
Dyke's man gets verbal proposition (4)
Out of sympathy with the common mood, like the Corn Laws (7,3,5)
Cast iron part no one could make, causing undue delay (15)
Hurt a leech, working to attain its object? (6,4)
Austrian composer has a little time in Italy (7)
It's thought to be less than perfect (4)

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