Welcome to the page with the answers to today's (October 3rd 2004) clues of The Guardian Everyman 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.

Foremost of humorists, or superb satirist (6)
Sword wound - one male found with it inside (8)
Pill, first to take on board (6)
Going about, undecided (2,3,3)
Panda alarming pal with carrot (6,3)
Quirk admitted by orchestra (I think) (5)
Transmit Hardy's novel novel (8,6)
Like Jean Harlow double in plant, upset about bit of mimicry (8,6)
At end of drill, Italian male is supple (5)
Drink in New York City borough (9)
In which one may see Odette boast about the French leading English (4,4)
Decorates a room initially taken by lecturers (6)
Set great store by base rate? Certainly (8)
Ragamuffin in ancient city church at home (6)
Lively nightclubs, places of potential violence (3,5)
Machine in part of plant beginning to blacken within (5)
Foolish old man snatching her cigar (7)
US politician, trickster entertaining Greek on English ship (11)
Wise man's headgear held by mother (7)
Great Dane is barking in open-air restaurant (3,6)
Bit of sunlight round end of December - it's an unusual thing (6)
New form of heroin (smack) for addict (5-6)
Everyone I upset and make fun of is uncomfortable (3,2,4)
British poet in game reportedly being broadcast (8)
Inform one about piece of rope on second latticework structure (7)
Ill-fated lover, chief around the North (7)
Secret cupboard (6)
Light visible in crypt or chamber (5)