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|The Guardian Weekend crossword of October 7th, 2017 other clues|
|Karen's maid in Will & Grace? (7)|
|Romance by Sir Walter Scott, subtitled A Tale of Flodden Field (7)|
|Rene __, actor who starred in Get Shorty and The Thomas Crown Affair (5)|
|Jerry's ex in Seinfeld? (6)|
|A school of Buddhism (3)|
|Remote section of California coastline south of Carmel (3,3)|
|A village in Lincolnshire - or an 1844 novel by Disraeli? (9)|
|The __, standard example of a 1 Across in the novel by Dashiell Hammett (7,6)|
|US printmaker known for her pioneering use of silkscreen (9,4)|
|Unit of currency in Malawi and Zambia (6)|
|Country bordered by Nicaragua and Panama (5,4)|
|See 1 Down|
|__ Station, the main railway terminus in Washington DC - and Los Angeles (5)|
|US disaster management agency (4)|
|Norfolk city (7)|
|Savoury drink made of yoghurt and spices (5)|
|Monica __, author of Brick Lane (2003) (3)|
|German licence fee funded broadcaster (3)|
|1982 comedy written and directed by Barry Levinson (5)|
|Lung disease once known as potter's rot (9)|
|Nickname given to Britain's one-time favourite carp? (6)|
|Japanese whisky advertised by Bill Murray in Lost in Translation (7)|
|The protagonist of Heart of Darkness? (5)|
|City on the Ohio and Erie Canal (5)|
|The former capital of West Germany (4)|
|Term used by Hitchcock for a device which serves only to advance the plot of a film (9)|
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