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Time everyone died, kept by uncle in slavery (9) crossword clue


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The Guardian Cryptic crossword of February 15th, 2001 other clues
Missing article - Greek vase, first century: it could have been mothballed (7)
Trophy for railway used in theatre (7)
Decider could be fine - too reactionary to cry about (7,8)
Student I quoted OK? (5)
Wheel finished before start of year in solitary (6,3)
Vibrator made of aluminium partly put back in river (9)
Copper reserved for what's no trouble (5)
Chat show hostess's work gets a cheer (5)
Security without tears, possibly - fail to follow (4,5)
Grey as a bird (5)
Little boy in living testimony to acuity (5,10)
Little boy in late return going on and on (7)
Runners coming about five - time to yield (7)
Apt clue, maybe, for feuding family (7)
Chap in charge of English newspapers in downward movement has his ups and downs (5,10)
Loud interruption to stop compassion is not altogether correct (4,5)
Rising of the people or of the crown (5)
Muscle inclined to pinch with rest - stopped up (9)
Originally on top with new end (2,3)
Walked solemnly in front of important personage with treated food (9,6)
Gamble with fate - have a go at keeping direction (7)
Tune up in real term connected with insurance (9)
Visit with Queen in central Scotland (9)
Slash brains? There's nothing Tory about that (7)
Objects to extraterrestrial attitude (7)
Excuse for not doing things thoroughly, addressed to London mayor (5)
Executioner's boat (5)

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