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Evening Standard Cryptic crossword of December 16th, 2016 other clues
She sang out “The key is inside”
He’s pragmatic, it’s true, at first
Where the rent money goes? Exactly!
Suit yourself!
Sometimes having no divining-rod, in that case
If all else fails, a gentle knock on the chin, perhaps
Put to use in your workout
Go back to make another copy of
In that, again, it is a warning
Leave with no reason - it’s just some fad
Make one pay far too much for the castle
For the majority, the high spot
Understand, when the note is sounded
The woman and man in the paint shop
Cadge a cake from?
Fall back, anyhow, slap into the middle of the green
Measure the rain one has trapped
Job the tenants are in
Again I send in by return
The vehicle gets across in half the time
Achieve a decisive victory for the party
Being spent foolishly on bath salts?
Figure the horse to back is “Sea Bird”
“Dish” does have an aitch
Notices one takes a second look at
Literary work from an earlier exam
It's a fruit, my darling!
He hasn’t won outright in a row
Weather good, tennis not bad
What happened when the clergyman fed the mutt?
With only a tiny bit of English, manage to get by
Look at and read aloud the letter
The buyer is an American general: the order has gone through
It’s about having esteem
Put out for a while, comes back mad
Join in, but don’t hog the lot!
Having overhead lighting
Don’t forget to stay where we can see you
Kept for the famous
A hat for the country
A fellow unable to hear but very brave
It’s number fifty - like the back room
Up to “In a struggle to make it perfect”

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