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Sweetening agent — Croesus (anag) (7) crossword clue


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The Guardian Quick crossword of October 2nd, 2018 other clues
Charging animal (5)
Large jug (6)
Country of southern Africa (7)
Haggard (5)
Necessary (6)
Card player's deadpan expression (5,4)
Dash (like a mouse?) (6)
Naomi (anag) — from Muscat? (5)
Permanently (3,4)
Grazing land (7)
Wrap up (7)
Small field for horses (7)
Things thrown overboard and washed up ashore (6)
Championship — form of address (5)
Strong-scented plant whose seeds and leaves are used in cookery (6)
Extremely wicked (9)
Expressing opinions freely (5)
Young eel (5)
Flight unit? (5)
To be won or lost (2,5)
Extra bit (3-2)
Musical line (6)
Eric Arthur Blair (6)
Charlie Brown's canine companion (6)
From Kampala or Entebbe? (7)

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