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Evening Standard Cryptic crossword of August 9th, 2016 other clues
Dame Edna's term for us Poms
No longer rebuilding Rome yet again
Being edgy, means nothing to father!
Line in an article Boris is upset about
Prints inaccurately, dash it!
Formerly of the Wool Dyers' company
Country ways
Thus, at half time, it means there's more to come
A Firth the army may go round for nothing
Producer able to make his mark out East
In a plot, the beefy brute fought
His productions have taste
Strong desire for good plant
The cry of a Missouri duck
Here's a book for you
Bound to be very soft hearted when given cash
They're highly visible coming back from the esplanade
Eric's upset about Len knitting a muffler
Do well with a broken rivet that's just about hot
Areas whose schemes include a medical centre
Othello's back room?
Saintly Simon, a historic knight
Hooded bird?
Money for scent?
End in a bad mood
Pop up repeatedly
Fishy fellow, but he shines
Mine, I hope, will never break
As a humorist, he's quite a card
An exclamation about something colourful
Mr. Headroom, whose height may matter to drivers
Leftist finally retired
People, nowadays, have ways of accepting service
Wherein the flowers may be looking a bit tired?
A police vessel?
Is active in brewing!
Second instrument?
Hold a letter on file
Fine bird, but an albatross is better!
A measure of familiarity
Tango with skill, having taste

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