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|The Guardian Quick crossword of July 6th, 2006 other clues|
|A pointer (anag) - belladonna (8)|
|Jewish greeting (6)|
|Device producing electrical power (6)|
|Personification of the States (5,3)|
|Feeling affection, maybe foolish (4)|
|Sort of staircase (could be vicious?) (6)|
|Strike (in the face) (4)|
|With two previous owners (5,4)|
|Weaken insidiously (9)|
|Piece of luck (but it might be bruised) (8)|
|Early firearm (6)|
|Breathing organ (4)|
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