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Will he never quite make a leading man? crossword clue


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Evening Standard Cryptic crossword of November 24th, 2016 other clues
Divide a bit out, just for the moment
Peseta we changed for a climber
At such a meal, pals possibly get high
That Enigmatic English composer
Where, on a vessel, quietly to use oars?
Is even more compact if it's a Mini
Will eating it make you husky?
Is such diving a bit risky?
The middle-class woman
It holds up speakers, etc., in the hall
That backward business before blast-off
Vegetable product that could have made Cromwell unwell?
If you want fish, crack a nut!
You need room to swing one
Fit as a seaman?
Show no friendliness in distributing buns
It allows a member a certain amount of flexibility
It's a pity she's out for the morning
Plenty of painful punishment
Coloured water?
If you want to be invited, apply to the Editor
They're only partly seen as a danger to shipping
Make the cocoa go round in jug?
Port, as in a bar, maybe
Bernard, it seems, was upset about the hotel
Pineapple possibly supplied by a number of nice men
Place of pride
The cash I had for cover
He may consider Macbeth unmentionable
Talk softly to Sir Simon
Would he be the new leader?
Fault in the housing programme
Anybody on earth should be benevolent
Ah! Was taken in and nearly sunk!
You may not remember having spent the night in one
Expected to be outside the King's Head with a nobleman
Bottle broken by the RAF ace
Amount arranged for some asylum seekers?
She twice left little Beatrice out
She mentions a letter to Annie, not Billy
Could be a horse a bet's adapted for
A touch of life, perhaps?
Thus a house is in one part of London

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