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Evening Standard Cryptic crossword of April 2nd, 2019 other clues
Boat negotiating turbulent pools
A bit of a fight
Location of fancy castles
Use void, shifty means to be deceptive
A note to take back to school
Rumble around possibly followed by Jack
If they're blue, that's fine
Very poor essay about a tree
Tear right back
Sarah who gave heart to Absalom
Eventually in less than 24 hours
I intend to get out, that's obvious
Means of watching a splashy dive by a duck
It's in our blood
Time of revolution
Doctor a fluid that someone will swallow
Granted there's many a devious deed
Where to sleep and take a chance about being ill
There's many a dance in his music
The hilly end of Liverpool
Cries out for a sweep
When Rosie's mad with us, it's no laughing matter
Something hard to make a novel mask of
Something sweet for the weekend, say?
Unfriendly enough to take one for a ride?
These are signs of them in 13 Across and 6 Down
Like a number of cords
Ran away to sea
She brings a perfect ending to little Rudolph
It needs aid, we hear, to make a drink
Bad character short of hair?
Weapon in bad repair
Think highly of Paul, an American hero
Motherly character?
He could be simply saintly
Humble worker with some hope to get ahead?
Dry in half a jiffy
A surprising way to be taken
Weakling who hisses a lot?
Nevertheless, it's the way a woman gets a Romeo

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