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|Evening Standard Cryptic crossword of March 10th, 2016 other clues|
|Bad melons can be serious!|
|Preparation of meat with a fancy pasta rim|
|Moves nippily to recycle waste around the weekend|
|Walker who uses a vehicle on the quiet|
|Bit of fun with a bird|
|Wild rose, presumably red|
|An engaging thing to do|
|U-boat half sunk at Beachy Head|
|Taught soundly, albeit under stress|
|Walk about a yard|
|Play group with an active use for a carthorse|
|Worry about a guitar piece?|
|Flatten the ears, possibly|
|A river some tour a lot|
|Bitter or caustic when an account's only half paid|
|He had to accept a curtailed role|
|One who profits from a flogging?|
|Marks one notices|
|One man's name for extra-large wheels|
|Produce work on credit!|
|Moving stair that makes a musical sound|
|It's of growing significance in Wales|
|With an effort, gets a break in certain quarters|
|Pole's forename, familiarly?|
|Encountered engineers in the distance|
|Some funny alliteration taken word for word|
|It's said to preclude a hiss occurring during a hush|
|As viewed from the promenade, sitting next to Edward?|
|It's present in concrete|
|A special pleasure some of the troops scoff at?|
|Round part of a doorbell|
|Sarah, who heartens Rosalie|
|The last thing you expect to hear at a symphony concert|
|Nothing but love|
|Jockey on contract?|
|Letter or manuscript useful to gardeners|
|To scatter seed around the end of Autumn is stupid!|
|A 'low key' frame of mind|
|Person not free to start freshening up|
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