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Smothered badly, 12 to me, 12 to poet (5) crossword clue


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The Guardian Prize crossword of November 13th, 2004 other clues
Sin of Grant I drove him to rue: I've reformed, realising this? (2,3,2,5,2,7,6)
She regrets holding Mercury back: 5 one spent on new vestment given to weaver, 12 to the poet (5,2,6,5)
Smell - one confronted by 4 in 9, 12 to the poet (5,4,6)
See 1
I did it to show you an example (10)
Got out of touch with gent, nearly, after one left ghosts out (4,5,2)
See 5
Unheard condemnation of dead agents in project fronted by new rep (11)
See 27
Annie, say, backing hooker to bring Ireland to justice (6,4)
Rocker - not a roller - one looking round for the Advertiser (9)
Troy's hippy! (5)
We've added up and added up, 12 to the poet (7,4)
27 aren't, except when following onset of shower (7)
Sound of move on Church in a second (6)
Whose is this fur? The writer's not sure (6)
North Dakota admitted to wrangling over Suez meeting points (10)
Position of organ? There's suspicion about it (5)
Endlessly put up with constriction of rolled-up pancake and choke (9)
Spear US politician, producing blood (4)
Resistance a bit upset about places for raising American flag (8)
Fletcher's release from prison duties? (4,4)
Refraining from messing about in boats, ten holed up (10)
They see Team B holding up bull's incitement (9)
Tells of values - antique copies, pair is accepted (8)
Gents having no memories: that's sad, that's unwanted (4,4)
See 1 across and 9
First sign of frizzy hair, 12 to poet (6)
See 9

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