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Evening Standard Cryptic crossword of December 29th, 2016 other clues
Claim in a complicated legal letter
Broadcast advice to send fewer telegrams
No trap for fish, possibly
The fat, soft piece
Angry with a joker?
What soldiers (at the double) say as they leave
As a friend, perhaps, Pearl's finished with Joe
Animal giving a hiss
Get together as recruits?
In France, a water department
In N. Ireland, oddly enough, it was Enoch Powell's constituency
Benedict Arnold's lake
In the poorest ateliers is where you can see fine pictures!
Cook undersized fish
In which your coin may be lost?
She's crazy about India!
A team never in front?
Workers many have hoped to win
Oriental people who live among giants?
Those dashing young chaps from Sheffield?
At one's wits' end, shed tears when brushed off
Swimmer in a strict routine
Hit the mug holding the money
Moving a jug
Gosh, it might be Lucan!
Like beef, you can eat it
Might such an effort get total support for a strike?
Left a seaman little room
Commander in chief?
Triumphs by a good score, nominally
Less than marginal, that's very clear
A hush in the wood
Confesses the snow-drift's getting higher
Articles forming a piece of erudite writing
Has it sun only once a week?
When wild, perhaps, one is singularly seedy!
Tool for putting a telephone line in?
Caught up again
Is inclined to make slits
An Irish saint and an excellent fellow
Being thick, needs to change
Studied once more the advert
Top mimic getting cross

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