Welcome to the page with the answers to today's (July 16th 2001) clues of The Guardian Quiptic 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.

It's satisfying that joy returns when grub's around (8)
Best hint? On the contrary! First class! (6)
Rugby player to keep away (5,3)
I am behind the bishop in the coal-scuttle, which is awful (6)
Place of activity, partly for those with bare navels! (5)
Reorganisation of RAF in grey, becoming thinner (9)
Suggestion of words being composed on behalf of the author (12)
Distributed reward of poet to prevent from getting wet (12)
Step in to bury seed, so we hear (9)
Case is trivial, if lacking four or six (5)
Some get all shook up when broadcasters get together (4-2)
Edible seed taken from hick in crumpled cape (8)
Sycophants must be small in Yemen (3-3)
Forerunners of public relations to escape to the South (8)
Budgetary bluff is called, partly at least! (6)
I remove marks ages before the Queen (6)
Crime boss at a christening? (9)
A kind of blue way to a London shopping centre (6,6)
Rachmaninoff's ending played in the billiard hall? (2-3)
It's great to get up cold, if it covers boob (8)
Teaching's soft and tense, since being retained (8)
Grand argument to get her to close ranks (4,8)
Candle: I need it to crumble just the same (9)
Show Lily dancing in a solemn way (8)
King''s Cross and Euston - there's more than one calling here (8)
A small demon seen in a hat, which is transparent (6)
Law, say, is involved on every occasion (6)
Itinerary and starting point by the sound of it (5)