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West African country, formerly French colony of Dahomey (5) crossword clue


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The Guardian Quick crossword of February 24th, 2016 other clues
Telling (8)
North Indian city, once capital of the Mogul empire (4)
Little hoop (7)
Fashionable young woman of the upper classes (6,6)
Embitter (6)
Reach a goal (6)
Intestinal operation (12)
Topmost planking of a wooden vessel's hull (7)
Oz (5)
Catch a glimpse of (4)
Built-in — 1 across (anag) (8)
Red — gem (4)
Oil extracted from wool (7)
Item worn by a cowboy (3-6,3)
Half a dime (6)
Soviet detention camp (5)
Changing — 1 across (anag) (8)
Swimming style (12)
Gable shape — 1 across (anag) (8)
Hospital social worker (7)
Sea around Lesbos (6)
Sexy model (3-2)
Raised mark on the skin (4)

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