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Evening Standard Cryptic crossword of September 19th, 2017 other clues
Is it like candy between your teeth?
A local game
When Clara wildly embraces me, it's sweet
Condescend to stop holding one's head
Having a sound source, it's tasteful
Give a start
Live with discomforts in sandy areas
Prevalent beverage?
Roguish, but of peculiar charm?
Indeed upset when frustrated
Didn't seriously mean that Jed was out for good
Star you may have seen at 2 a.m.?
A house in the southeast part of Mill Hill
She soon sounds inconclusive
Substitute also available in fancy tins
Monica's moniker
Can't you live without such statistics?
An ear for music?
Funny source of bile, sir
Repeatedly varied Paganini piece
Sidled away from the sledge dogs?
Untidy little pigs?
Is such broth alcoholic?
Fluid used in various applications
He's capable of starting majestically
Wanted a deed to embody a title
Did he come from the former Bechuanaland?
Amuse some poor old trout?
Twigs handled in the park, perhaps
Minor points relating to fish-hooks
Sharp enough to cut keys out
Meant to use mixed media
He can only take so much red wine
It justifies a fling in the field of sport
It's a treat to get away in middle-age
When caught, all but the novice snarled!
Illusory change of gear on the motorway
Brownish line in split peas, possibly
In which a lady could give herself airs?
Scandinavian cry of enthusiasm?

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