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See 5 (6) crossword clue


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The Guardian Prize crossword of November 1st, 2003 other clues
Organised tour with lady, apparently (9)
Brook babbling in North Wales (4)
5 settled with David, an American wordsmith (5)
A picnic for a fall guy? (1,8)
What would Pavarotti do in Hyde Park, shout? (4,3)
Master Icarus hybridising the grape hyacinth (7)
Offensive remark from m-most anti-CRE c-characters (6,7)
Fear of death without a name, that old black magic, breaking into quiet laugh (13)
No good a northern family entering this Chinese city (7)
Musical interval happening in silence! (7)
One a Dyke trapped, investigated and identified (9)
Bride of Cornwall, say, managed to get out (5)
Behind, following day's first cuckoo (4)
Slaving treaties formed when Spanish agreement sent nothing abroad (9)
See 16 (8)
See 16 (5)
Might Network Rail respond to this battle cry? (6,8)
Doctor the wine with carbon; it's terrible! (7)
Familial blighters, according to 8 in 9 (4,3,3,3)
Essay's thrust! (4,1,4)
Pop poet (6)
Could be his best ever, the work of 8 (4,2,3,5)
Judgement of Solomon with baby calf: "You say thin slices?" (3,2,4)
8's reflection in 9, perhaps: "In a damn' thorny mess, Ma. No?" (3,5,2,6,2,3)
One clowning on a golf course (7)
Bradman's legs? (2,5)
Watchman! What of the black bat? (5)

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