Welcome to the page with the answers to today's (December 10th 2002) 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.

Jazz legend's hit with "Apple Girl" (9)
Society for high scoring marbles contenders (5)
Its flowers cluster among chrysanthemum, belladonna etc (5)
None dying badly without doubt, there's _____ (2,7)
Hidden faults among Ali's supporters? (4,2,4)
Prime minister said to be candid (4)
Peter James's valet and sometime chamber body (7)
Old Left in a live broadcast: such should aid their aspirations... (7)
... and are Old Left taking a bearing in pinkish circles? (7)
Right to fail in British school's Russian course (7)
Bearing slash from sword (4)
One's in the field to put Eton's opponents on hold (10)
Flame cutting into the moutarde? (9)
Woods burning with fearful symmetry? (5)
AA member on line, perhaps? (5)
They stick to nasty head wounds (9)
Good collar for these billy goats? (5)
That is Bedlam's version of a Lakeland bottleneck (9)
Discussion between sessions of Congress? (6,4)
Monks' brethren on the Italian rise in relief work (7)
The state of Jones, at home with Artemis in Rome (7)
Many in port cut some ice by telekenesis (4,4,6)
Simple northern welcome welcoming one (5)
English FA members getting one in the net (9)
See 6
Fox's way to question 'is maker, possibly (9)
Good testosterone, but no trial to discern her response to it! (9)
Athene on rising takes morning for hot flushes (7)
The little woman's going out with trash: give her a ring! (7)
Message from Gallagher: 'e's making a comeback! (1-4)
Invertebrates' diet (5)
Successive notes from Gustave (4)