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Evening Standard Cryptic crossword of September 24th, 2018 other clues
Run with a cry into the street
Short of spirit
Haggard jockey?
Gosh, how lovey-dovey!
Four old pence
Exult when Edward gets hit on the head!
Many a connection with jail
Could mum have a bit of fun with him?
Vehicle left on one side behind the bus terminus
Immortal who had a way with a piano tune
Heavenly way of working to get ahead
History of dad's old model car
It's on the cards that one may improve
Can they turn a piece of wood to ashes at last?
Thirsty doctor at the eye centre
Three might put you to sleep
A U.S. president accepted war to be advanced
Capital morning for a mere male
Eggs in two varieties
Possibly a drag for an Irish policeman
Those written about rivers?
The ways a pair of ducks finish up can be just too curious
Bemoan being thirsty around East Central London
Barnum and Bailey were flashy fellows!
A strong line to get fish out of the river
Has infinite wisdom but makes nothing clear
Let it be nominal
A wild binge may be only human
Further in the direction of the job centre
They squirm like that chap Leslie
Game on the snooker table?
His minced steak is sheer poetry!
High land where the Poles chop wood to the north
Zola (possibly reminding one of Heskey?)
The way to get frozen, perhaps?
Board united under pressure
Such shepherds may know a few words of English
Wander to the back of the queue with a growl
Mountains of maps?
Being human, they have no tails
It's out of the picture!
Game calling for much more than a stout heart
A little way from Abergavenny

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