Welcome to the page with the answers to today's (October 13th 1999) clues of The Guardian Cryptic crossword.

Below is the list of all of today's clues (a total of 28 clues). Just click on a clue to get the answer.

The adding of water etc in the matter of established political norms (14)
There's a boom when it reads 1, caused by hammer etc (9)
Uniform choice, as in 1900 or with the Falklands factor (5,8)
Imperial cat? (5)
Near Eastern front, money held by Southern general (9)
Most of our air needs re-toning (8)
Bit of trouser for the book? (4-2)
Parasite having a rest at the table (6)
See 10
Predicament after strike dispels darkness (9)
Legal bar to poet's work (5)
Run away, as insect from ungulate (5)
Work hard to enter Magic Circle before eating raw flesh (9)
Rates flop badly at 1 down's county: it requires the adding of water (7,2,5)
Lovers' memory of dawn before a month in parliament (5,3,6)
It's giving milk that has people shy (7)
Nobody keeps pigment for himself (6,3)
Written off to journalist of stature (8)
In the earth rivers enable us to live well (6)
Symbolic presence granted to Livingstone (5)
Eggs changed into what could be standing (7)
Deserts etc produce woes with appendices burst (4,4,6)
He's turning in: take away keeper with relative status (9)
Trouble about gambling game - it isn't over yet! (1,3,2,2)
Soup I left, having trouble in the mouth (7)
3 is 3, say, in between (7)
Take no notice of Italian men losing their head (6)
City is 3, say (5)