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Evening Standard Cryptic crossword of April 27th, 2017 other clues
At 51, hard-hearted deceiver
The whole team sighed audibly
Holds back a bargain!
Extremely useful suggestion?
Derogatory term for a big-headed dirty dog?
Preposition used in pools coupons
Bit of a hog at the pub
Depressed, as many have to confess
Ordered to finish breakfast before messing about with DIY
Little room to work in
Duck into bed, being bald?
Wearer of baggy trousers
Walk in slow, floppy style?
Tool with unusual pads on the end of the handle
Share out as a go-between might do?
Mountaineers' turn of phrase
Start spending money just for a lark
Wash right, in a way
On icy roads, courage can help
The devil makes men do wrong
Dad's mid-century history
Something pointed to type in, say
Is prosecuted for having published
Original points?
Joint the Spanish have to bend
An arresting incident during the race
Apparent standard?
The solitary Mr Sloan
Organised a police department in a bad way
What employers do who can't keep wages down
He may well be suspended
It's at Crouch End that one has success
Foreigners making a dash out of Northern Ireland
Went ahead in terrible danger
Last letter from Greece
A rattling good weapon?
Checks on the horses
Charge pounds to handle something?
Official whose duty is to go round with a key and close the shop
A blooming old-maidish English miss?
Way to address the man who obscures things
Revise notes from the very beginning
A winning position?

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