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|The Guardian Prize crossword of August 27th, 2016 other clues|
|Clan's rodent making no noise. God! (9;4)|
|Orator's reserve during some of croquet game, imprisoned by one Greek king (6;9)|
|Piano pieces bring endless pain to young girl's condition, say (11;5)|
|Supplements men on strike backing silver tree fern (6,3;5)|
|’70s US comedy show with two French articles about Yale's farm manager (5-2;3,6)|
|Gangster in America evades the masses and boasts about derring-do, for starters (6;6)|
|Censures US porters having poison at police station docked (7;7)|
|Reserve copper in Germany, half-cut, takes lid off cylinders damaging Spenser's coffer (4,2;6)|
|Tory Lord, wildly errant, having sets of 12 Ford models (9;7)|
|Foreign pupil's name left off team falling asleep on channel (5;9)|
|Counterfeit note at college having US summer review of European gallery (5;11)|
|Out at night, cannot lure out top escapee leaving swindler in gaol (9;6)|
|End of autumn shock — leaves unfold on 60% of roses, fenced off (4;9)|
|My admission to being out of date causes stalemate around a neat ancient Iranian city (7;8)|
|Tops of elms growing in vivid green high Austrian alpine valley dwarfed 10 dead, swaying (10;7)|
|Poet's lines about being only cut on poor ’40s/’50s movies — could be Rififi and not If … (10;4,4)|
|Extra drapes ordered across a broad area by truculent single worker (10;7)|
|Institution with bad smell upset the French doctor and farceur — it's a French retail chain (7;8)|
|Fashion merchants are those who show promise having sculpted tails (9;5)|
|Dismal Eisteddfod winner turned up uncertain at end of speech (4;4)|
|Flower having a virtually unrelenting smell. Good! (5;4)|
|Black butt extinguishes powdered tobacco like this, note (4;6,3)|
|Store has in frilly hydrangeas but is unable to arrange 10 in temporary quarters (10;10)|
|Valerie Le Vaillant has to scold independent union leader, having entered the Co-ops drunk for unwanted effect (5,5;4-4)|
|Supports male during stoppages with quiet cuddle. That's not right! (8;8)|
|To remove a priest is an obstacle to one judge living around capital (7;7)|
|Waved goodbye, having repelled an intruder nourished at spa (4,3;4-3)|
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