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|The Guardian Cryptic crossword of August 24th, 2001 other clues|
|Sanguine John found in bed? I stand corrected (12)|
|Roue (and a sham) offering a poem (7)|
|Translator keeping man on board turns in acknowledgement (7)|
|Volunteers some books on odd childish behaviour (7)|
|A lot of bouts I deem to be beyond the pale (7)|
|Dead city, initially sunk in wickedness (5)|
|Judge takes account of island lawyer in a tree (9)|
|Ben with a twitch losing his head over a song about nettle rash (9)|
|It sticks over a point (5)|
|Unrestrained, a politician breaks into bombast (7)|
|Dependent on Slater coming back without a name (7)|
|Girl to court boy, as established by law (7)|
|It's strange in Scotland and is found around lake where it winds down (7)|
|Points to classy Rasta grabbing female, one with inability to cope (12)|
|Manage too much and exceed the limit (7)|
|Bandmaster beat superior (4,5)|
|Roots out the trunk (5)|
|Troublemaker upset one cretin (7)|
|Impression of volume (7)|
|Old king with quotes about a lake cuts a bizarre figure (12)|
|"Put it there!" as novel approach for person treating disease (12)|
|Hoar-frost experienced north of the border and many went quickly on to the Unionist church (9)|
|Story about one doctor and a meat dish (7)|
|Take it easy on the Queen's vessel (7)|
|Bird life depleted by 50% in a nut tree (7)|
|Carpets taken up in a show of endurance (7)|
|Time and dates: they change twice daily (5)|
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