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|Irish Times Crosaire crossword of October 19th, 2018 other clues|
|Briefings don't include FBI's time in absolute control|
|British Trade Union welcomes conservative from Government whose popularity, for instance, is going up and down|
|Circulates missing tale - the one with the clowns|
|Compact small university and institute checks jaguars for problems|
|Emptying out of prayer meetings, this will be needed for classy clean-up|
|English Times has leaderless column with a sentence that's obviously political|
|Figure in waiting room is not finished - is Clare out of tolerance?|
|Found in Jersey produced by the sewers|
|Great footballer rings guesthouse in Little Rock|
|Heard eau de cologne found in another aisle is a must-have|
|Intemperance starts in various employments that can be OTT|
|It comes as a great surprise half an old prison is for males at the end of imprisonment|
|Made one's mark with dress design|
|Moves slowly taking Cistercian away from Christian Science|
|Oriental movements in Love/Hate|
|Regent is foolish with one of the committees|
|Relatives at the bar perhaps - the butt of married men's jokes|
|Scrutiny of new cars here|
|Seek office for campaign|
|Small spot on the bottom of the foot creates a type of stiffness|
|Space between two points overlooking old city heading for Belfast school in The Troubles|
|Struck out by those in the Department of Transport|
|Takes a shine to dew coming off silkweed|
|These neat cocktails from house in Dublin|
|Too nervous to relax on the foreign ship|
|Unfamiliar dudes in ET or Alienation|
|Where it begins to root|
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