Welcome to the page with the answers to today's (October 6th 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.

Traditional home of 17 across: note high ground for Guardian when Jethro's about (9,5)
A month's work on the bed (7)
Scope for simple direction about 6 (7)
Guardian's holding a party, which goes up one's nose (5)
Silver for primate - a lot of money - of dubious sect (9)
Edward and Dorothy keep memory coming back where the Roses meet (9)
Capital one in seat for more (5)
Find pleasure in Trollope's "Is he Pop____ ?" (5)
Far from pleased the south wind ceased to blow outside (9)
Academic post to found in terrace building (9)
Let everyone say: "That hurt!" (5)
Briskly read a French word that may be good for nothing (3,4)
Spectral Scotsman following Irish instincts? (7)
Sunset in the long term? (3,3,2,3,3)
Special offer - offer Co-op were not making (3,3,3,5,2,3)
Court accessory that keeps one on line? (7)
Theatrical term for one leaving harvester at a party (9)
Deuterium is reportedly not allowed to break up (7)
Previous partner wasn't good-looking - that will be the reason (7)
English lake causing feelings of discomfort (5)
Stopped, left alone and given the sack (4,3)
Score with dessert - hence I ask kiss (5,3,6)
Slight crushing sound holds the West up, being easily 17 across (9)
A jewel of which the opening may develop an itch ... (7)
... and one to suit for the weekend I am on duty (7)
Law officer gives a lady a piece of music (7)
Agreed with model having friends? (7)
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