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Sneer causing half the side dire distress crossword clue


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Evening Standard Cryptic crossword of July 11th, 2018 other clues
The only part of the Trent used by yachtsmen
A hothead without weapons is innocuous!
With a portion of fish, also duck, you have sherry
It's not so hot in the jug
In the fire department, it's revolutionary!
Postpone being injudiciously freed
Regretted being rushed, disheartened
Only a crawler would go so slowly
Keep striking for money
Dragged to the altar?
Badly made drink?
The number of oaks in Kent
He's probably American
Title given to a pincer movement
Got over having no bridge
Well and suitably divested of clothing
Discuss when the lecture's finished
German style of feeding trough
It's played with a round ball
Banished, being no longer the one who was in command
That thunderous deity
Hindered one politician with a terrible deed
Just a line, not a complete letter
Sheer chaos somewhere in Surrey
One warning in four is shouted
Being diminutive, he takes up little room
As a salesman, a bit of an entrepreneur
Ideal woman?
Something like skilly, taken as punishment
Inferior, so it could be better
Subdue, making a firm point
A sad fate in Passchendaele
Overheads involved in keeping warm
Young listener's age
Legendary flier?
The horrible Mr Krueger's current form?
Shifty fellow
Pomeranian swimmer named Mark?
A patient task?
Where to cultivate much for many

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