Welcome to the page with the answers to today's (October 20th 1999) clues of The Guardian Cryptic crossword.

Below is the list of all of today's clues (a total of 24 clues). Just click on a clue to get the answer.

Flier in liquor to pour the tea (2,6)
Colour known as point-blank? (6)
What happens when you aim for the stars? (6)
Iberian transsexual in Jane's? (3-2-3)
Weapons returned, as is very well fitting (4)
G-girl clergy, there for the washing up (5-5)
Least divided of France's ports? (7)
Being illiterate, I'm on my bike with hangers-on in the cold (7)
Female a month ago reached Pole, making an unusual figure (10)
Peculiar character of gold removed from the Lights (4)
A number entered during a spell of work needing no thought (8)
Whatever I fancy doing, I use one hand, within reason (6)
Time allowed for payment: what an _____ , says the creditor (6)
Occupied by nurse before breaking in (8)
Seek person (eg God) with honest intention, otherwise one will be milling and not stopping with the hooter (7,4,4,2,3,10)
To get curtailed during vocal - such a one should be shot! (10)
Verbal rules, with string attached, on sheep locking horns? (7)
This is the way to cover chicks (4)
Having left the terrible Times, here's what we're going on about (6,9)
Big breakfast eater getting his ... (1,5,9)
... small-time twist, allowing further effort (6,4)
Stir it when there's an entry to the outside (7)
Work with your hands saying what you should have (4)