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Science that might lead to spectacular improvement of runabout-type motor (9) crossword clue


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The Guardian Prize crossword of September 16th, 2006 other clues
Suit one into heavy breathing, as produced by impulsive strokes? (6,8)
Aphetic smear of negative 'elp (5)
Monitor's class pet, rail-touring round Italy (8)
Wise ruler not accompanied by second knight (7)
One who scores in bed, reserve outwardly rejected (7)
Dead easy to be a settler abroad (5)
Hormone for South American type outside clubs (9)
One always prepared to bother with capsized tug - awfully sorry about it (9)
Barker''s - Phwoar! Good one!" (5)
In the royal habit of, um, getting exploited? (7)
The language when one has to drive home! Agents taken aback! (7)
All there is of a familiar place to learn lines? (8)
Line taken by musical tenor (5)
Michael, fool, has love for one drippy artist (7,7)
Wouldn't you say that girl's Candy (a streetwalker as the song goes on to reveal) (4,3,5)
Material wife stifled by archaic husband (5)
Article about tips of roots in seed vegetable (7)
Brummie's - too old for love", lay-it-on-thick technique (7)
One not easily giving up rank without resistance (5)
New Blairite movement for the anxious type (9)
With Watson, he unravelled a great scientific mystery (created by crime writer, C. Heap) (7,5)
Partly emptied old Marina, fixed ignition problem (9)
Ancient god raised to transform large place in Russia (9)
Endure less than try (7)
Look promising and build towards a centre (5,2)
Upstart star put before King Kim, the old star (5)
Threatening behaviour of one taking drink back to front (5)

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