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Evening Standard Cryptic crossword of September 23rd, 2016 other clues
“Tries to gain admittance” sounds familiar
Old timer
Anti study
Made the rain pour into and soak
Everyone goes round and vegetarian food is provided
Angry, thwart the international organisation
Having been trampled underfoot, Don’s too upset
The pound note is about to make a comeback, John
A name’s held up and it’s “Jack”
As before, another successful jump
If not, I swore to release the captive
Scoffs at, when accommodated in quarters
The singers had wobbly notes right through
Break off the engagement
Having bought things you couldn’t afford but were too attracted by?
Arriving and using as a studio
Again, it’s a struggle to transport the goods carried
He’s trying to drum up business, the dog!
Shot back, mad
Corrected when one re-invested
Eating the unfortunate Ivor’s heart out
Want to take part in “2”
Showing shrewdness, mean to enmesh the copper in
Terribly resent, though accepting, the small bribe
Looked in amazement at the egg flip brought in, astonished
Promise to give one a hand
Almost taking a year to learn to swim
As usual, “round about one” means two
Where the yes-man goes when he retires?
Runs on ahead of the animals
Has the desired effect when the rider takes a tumble
Be annoyed, but prepare to do some darning for?
Having moored, was forced to be quick
Awaiting delivery?
Think, as you do, red is coming back
As trade’s bad all round, he is unhappy
Secreting it back among the shuffled cards is going too far
An individual competent and of good appearance
Putting a coat on - it’s getting very cold
The weapon comes out, dear, the duplicate keys go in
Crack up, which is awful
Prepared to fire with very little justification
Managing to bite back, holding with the tooth

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