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Evening Standard Cryptic crossword of September 13th, 2018 other clues
They're spent making a bit of love amid the trees
It has a steadying influence in revolution
Issue a note to me and Reg, possibly
Active soldier taking the beer round
Alarm seeming loud to a listener
Strengthen a delicate fabric
Spinster in a state?
To finish up as champions
One fled from the Islands
Double top to start, then it's victory!
It can be auctioned for students' benefit
Bigheaded fool, but a natural swimmer
Want cash on account for a kilo
Brotherly bunkum?
Like mackerel, really good
Give out in time
The silvery part is real!
Sound made by a person who's lost his head?
Where Guinevere shows heart, Ada too
Social crawlers
Sailor with a fatherly look?
Non-vegetarian food the old king left
Misanthrope seeming not quite nice to little Cyrus
One going on foot
Feels panicky and runs away
Swing round, not back
It could, of course, be a foreign part
Such varnish seems a bit sticky to mum
Either way, a silencer
Wires that make the French terribly sad
How to serve a friend with the last portion of fish
The garment for many a company head
Continental element?
Ran fast as the herd stampeded around us
Come to
River of outer Torquay
Music arranged for oboe, cleverly using both hands
A tune that can grow on you?
Give a speech for zero payment
Slogan of many a German
Strained at present?
The Latin student's farewell to natural depression
Joan carried on very amusingly

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