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The play is old school with cultural values crossword clue


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Irish Times Crosaire crossword of November 21st, 2018 other clues
At the end of the year, worker gets transfer
AXA Ireland out of place in Egypt
Charges young man losing the head on bombing raids
Clay loses head suffering from last fight and ends up on the canvas
Cyberspace raid perhaps is leaked?
Every so often disregarding everyone is not hard
First short record about rebellious college produced by The Cure
Frenchman on course has a reputation for being lucky with the followers
Guinness head on a number of beers from the bar - the earthy type
Hurt someone's feelings with rotten conclusion
Is this about one of those selling drink to one of those calling closing time at The Palace perhaps?
Making a comeback, hairy swimmer heads for Blasket Islands lagoon for musical script for Riders to the Sea, for example
Means of identifying different types of horses including tips for Musselburgh, Epsom, Taunton, Ascot
On reflection, snap out of it and imagine Oscar getting into good shape (4,2,5,2,2)
Paper in touch with creator of The 'RA?
Part of splendid lecture doesn't work
Prepared a whopper for deli salad
Revolutionary swallows the last part of 9 across served up in pasta
Saucy type upsets bowler in taking second wicket
Seneca carelessly admits line is from the end of purges
Sheds some light on staff ringing Donegal
Some characters involved in Egyptian feast
Some develop a sauce served up at breakneck speed
Sounds like relative will buy in Indian city
Team driven by a driver carrying some of The Boys in Blue
What Adam has stretched out in a ground floor apartment
Who's out to demonstrate the truth of something?

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