Welcome to the page with the answers to today's (August 19th 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.

Stiff stuff made by males ... (7)
... one of whom talks about meat in coral islands (7)
Queen engulfed in volcano and left for ever (7)
Origin of the Bible (7)
Duty on a lot of spirits? That was my idea (9)
Resurrect the god that is Egypt's head (5)
Cast hasn't finished the quarrel (5)
For 23down 24 no beer in the Arndale Centre's the chief worry (4-5)
Forest destroyer's regularity sounds a mathematical concept (9)
Conservative member to 12 himself (5)
Utility supplies hands across the Channel (5)
Unwanted growth has proceeded round the whole street (9)
Cause lack of prefabrication in place of disrepute (7)
Model place in Kipling's tale by himself (7)
Return cosy and glowing from report (7)
What Internet users produce is ruin (7)
Insect and rodent drink a little milk, under a pint (4,3)
City succeeding to win for another (7)
Top of range: enter Beatle (5)
Spiteful male model about to get dressed (9)
23down changed to one that's dyed in the wool (5)
Respectful of choir in trouble (9)
Girl I have reached by letter (7)
Turn the Guardian blue and it will stop functioning (7)
Writer sadly dims in value (9)
Fellow member according to law knowing what goes on? (9)
Delay about building of Dome - help needed with stile (4,3)
Forbidding the writer (Conan Doyle) a burial place on Dartmoor (7)
Press for time? It's early days (4,3)
Interrupt a burglary? (5-2)
Take Oxford course (a bit of Browning?) for a jaundiced view of America (5,5)