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The Guardian Cryptic crossword of March 17th, 2005 other clues
Hand over the city's boxing quarter (4,2)
Relating to food that's a bit distasteful (6)
The woman's usual disguise includes beard, but not one drop of perspiration (6)
"Arthur's Cigars" rendered with two lines added (8)
Some killer - if fez's turned back, he would call the shots (10)
Useless types writing about foreign cars sought by cinema managers? (4,2,5)
In 1920s/30s they easily accommodated male members in neat car loads (6,4)
See 11
Brandy brings a due change in diminutive girl (3,2,3)
Become coated with foreign money - wild excitement! (6)
Kevin's gap year (6)
Nameless European city, back yard address of mistress (6)
Arranged four by four transport with fussy decoration (8)
Takeaway dish's middle doubled and moved to end to make it sparkle (6)
Whiff toe, turning a sickly colour? (3-5)
Sounds like noise of sneezing head off - absorbing stuff (6)
Several times gained by the heartless, grasping filthy rich (6)
"Celebrated 19th century poet" covers MacGonagall finally? Far from it! (6)
Boxwallah gettin' something off his chest, it's said, to the Creator? (6,5)
Profile party opinion (4,4)
A trigger released whiskery old jazz number (5,3)
For British abroad, maybe sex is wrong without a bit of butter (6)
Like the drunk's speech distributed around farms? (6)
Tile - and what it's use in crossword clues is! (3,3)
Row sailor back to arrive at underside of arch (6)

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