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|Evening Standard Cryptic crossword of October 26th, 2020 other clues|
|In China, kitty gets dehydrated food|
|Point to a woman in white|
|Butterfly possibly rising?|
|The piano key on the left, chum|
|On which to jot down where to land the chopper?|
|As a passing fashion, it starts fading|
|Parrot many a cry|
|She contradicts Billy|
|Scheme a fellow set out in the garden|
|Be wary of a hunter, say|
|Obey it or turn red!|
|Game, and minced lamb too|
|Hang out somewhere posh?|
|It may be above a keeper’s head|
|Guess correctly that you mustn’t knock off|
|Author well said to need no help|
|British Airways unit making a lot of noise|
|The whole team lamented aloud|
|Bird getting a letter from Al|
|Opera set in Ascot?|
|A waterfowl on the Nile|
|One badly broken?|
|In Wales, an undiluted hogshead|
|Need to come and pick up|
|Tough participant in the Manx Grand Prix|
|Take tea, perhaps|
|A national overhead?|
|The hospital worker possibly rode on the railway|
|Form of sari a modest woman wouldn’t put on|
|Thanks to the navy, one might sail on it|
|Multicoloured, but it can possibly look fine in brown|
|Prepared to swallow|
|Hat that can double as a gong!|
|His accommodating soldiers, implies rents|
|Dialect used by an Irishman clutching a broken rib?|
|Black and blue and very angry|
|Round part of a razor blade|
|Was prepared from sound wood|
|Where tyres are concerned, let down a bit|
|The chalky-faced sisters?|
|Enough food for days?|
|Kids crying over juvenile errors|
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