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Evening Standard Cryptic crossword of March 24th, 2016 other clues
Declare positively to be a cert?
Perfectly happy making notes on electrical interference
"Hands up" for a time
To drink a lot gives personal appeal!
Paperwork of a criminal record?
Henry East is heartily healthy
Roman sea-horse?
It may be dripping
A leader in revolutionary arts
Leave port with Lisa
Sharp enough to cut a key
Form of gold used in industry
High speed flier
Such a tide does not suit all guinea pigs
Issue the wrong item
Keep an article in an enclosure
That beast Bert is wrong to go out of turn!
Postpones days out
No longer parking is allowed, that's clear
Composer of the manual for the Spanish
A meal with a companion can be instructive
It's normal for us to turn up late to some extent
Serenely dignified American state figure
He'll do
Stay upright?
Show the action of a lever
Obtains by force, being a twister maybe
Was bound to be outwitted
Adjusted so as to steer a different way
Michael and Fay going round the academy
The master key may be worn
For being a bit fierce, shame on you!
Figuratively, a couple of crosses
In general terms, adapt
Head screwed on?
Take down, or push up, a certain quantity
Many a tourist will use it snappily
As humour, it has point
One lending support to an artist's views?
Gardeners use it a great deal around mid-Wales
May be shown, not necessarily with a smile!
Reputed to give half of us help
Be left behind again by an inventor

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