Welcome to the page with the answers to today's (August 11th 1999) clues of The Guardian Cryptic crossword.

Below is the list of all of today's clues (a total of 32 clues). Just click on a clue to get the answer.

Paul, lecturer to criminals? (6)
Paul, royally attired? (7)
An element of ruin, 'coz I'm reckless (9)
Catcall of Woody Allen's ex losing distant right (5)
Pleasant accommodating Oriental relative (5)
All 9 I refined after many, many years (9)
Karaoke's ultimate "My Way" bound to show emo-tional understanding (7)
This should be comfortable for the solver? (6)
Toothy comedian? (6)
Worthy of reverence, as no longer so lazy? (7)
Lords are poetical, longing over Paul (9)
The Spanish and French end could be spritely? (5)
Shock one of me out loud (5)
Paul needs case - going abroad (9)
Implies everyone used gets abused (7)
First service and where not to put it when returned suggests this game (6)
Paul verbally quotes a Bronte (7)
Bottle which transmits message (5)
None stood around and no one stood around (2,4,3)
Discovers deep resonant sounds (7)
Sweet sweaty smell given honour (5)
Lest a sin's done without it? (9)
Paul, domestically enlightened? (6)
Consternation at sweet potatoes I'd brought up (6)
The first moral we're told (9)
Expression of sympathy yelled on course, thus (9)
Copes with the reason for our mortality? (7)
Lout upset with his problems as a youth (6)
Paul leads in trickery? (7)
Paul's friend, a horny beast? (6)
Governed as sporting union governed (5)
Dickens character portrayed as Andy Capp? (5)