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Tactful signal in Morse about loose rock (8) crossword clue


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The Guardian Cryptic crossword of December 13th, 2017 other clues
Fragments of rock etc falling for long, long time, identity sinister at first (7)
Look around for first signs of fragments of rock and stone, perhaps (6)
Even empty fragments of rock change direction for print worker (8)
Contribute less in fragment of rock? (4)
Wooden feature seen in wharf or estuary (6)
One's used to temper as Hammers play? (5,5)
Fragments of rock found in Ireland (4)
Gloomy rapper with role in record company (5)
They conclude jokes about genitals must be cut (3,5)
Look smart! 20 might, if depicting Morse (3,1,4)
Charge boy that hides heart of stone (4)
Peril in rock garden (6)
Key change to fragments of rock found in Scotland (7)
Boatman's officer behind reported alternative to reduce manpower (8)
Restore defectors removed without penalty! (4,4)
Rock fissure (5)
Eccentric part for outspoken drag queen crusader (10)
Tiring party, breaking rocks perhaps (4,6)
They take terrible risks, taking on ultimate incline (6)
Clue for g-giant piece of rock (10)
Sold with shop's label, drab first two sent back and despoiled (3-7)
See 10
Party flowing? Rock on, John (8)
First Lord? That's one way (8)
Fragments of rock in broken English (7)
Rock tearing asunder (7)
Regularly sneak in and ask for nymphs (6)

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