Welcome to the page with the answers to today's (October 13th 2018) clues of The Guardian Prize crossword.

Below is the list of all of today's clues (a total of 29 clues). Just click on a clue to get the answer.

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National sport in Green Park initially rejected (8)
Beetle, dog, cat, budgie and pig manure cleaner (6,7)
Savagery in pubs, it ending in affray (9)
Try to break stick on unusual percussion instrument (5,4)
Bear fur, say, skinned (4)
Reinforce huge churns in vast weight (7)
New country with its old player (4,6)
Can of deodorant, say, close to armpits on monk, perhaps? (7)
Wearing dress, emcee beginning to tremble as place emptied (5,4)
A rutter in the Guardian — how much lost? (7)
Rare earth element cut out with impure rocks (8)
Broadsheet ultimately put out weak paper (6)
What feeds ill-considered second use of an idea? (6)
One river carrying another over neighbour's head, how might property be located? (5,6)
Work of Maupassant, perhaps in schoolboy attire, blue (5,5)
Book doesn't start to cover a state (4)
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No great effort to produce wind (6)
Implement — it is inspiring me to collect last of fondant? (7)
It's hard to accept that my pants keep getting caught on the stile? (1,4,3,4,2)
Presence of character (6)
Icons at sea in Irish cutter (7)
Gripping wheel, daughters treasure fairground ride (6)
Those in debt stuffed by new landlords, say? (6)
Deceit's back in anagram of "a hazy mirage" (4,7)
See 2
Commercial establishment isn't entertaining head of staff in routine job (5,5)
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