Welcome to the page with the answers to today's (July 10th 2004) clues of The Guardian Prize crossword.

Below is the list of all of today's clues (a total of 30 clues). Just click on a clue to get the answer.

Making inroads as a diva in Detroit (5,4)
With nothing to lose, you enter local around corner (3,2)
Little liar walking arrogantly on the road in 14 down (8,7)
Queen leaving piece of Mexico for a piece of China (4)
See 15
Breaking law, forget that blush of satisfaction (9)
Stop it, Miss March! Father's performing his 9! (5,8)
Mrs Jeremy Fisher's issue having a hand in the tin (5)
Running for cover? Hardly! (9)
Corrective face-saver adopted by King of Spain (8)
See 17
Lor! A hundred million men smashing a symbol of Washington (7,8)
Astaire's partner Madeleine, not Bunthorne's! (5)
Backhanders part of this player's service? (9)
Librarian's eyes watering, so they say, with this classification? (5)
Well, anyway 'e's in the charts on time (2,5)
With which the old joiner joins, they say (4)
Napoleon's sound exists from Otranto ... Inkerman ... (4)
Pottery from Armenia was shattered (6,4)
Pulse, say, in the h-head? (6,4)
The old officer's on good terms with Boris (7)
Gregory's noted legacy from the Steppes? (9)
Application required here for nose reduction? (10)
Show solidarity! No slackers needed! (5,5)
See 17
I travel Africa and USA with a diversionary alternative to 9 (7,9,4)
J.L.'s one Enigma Variation? (7)
Line manager the ultimate authority? (5)
The pen of Zeus? (4)
She's between borrower and lender (4)