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|Evening Standard Cryptic crossword of May 19th, 2021 other clues|
|Looking sickly with a broken leg is just a trick!|
|An expert fiddler?|
|Foreigner on top of the world?|
|Shown to wander within prison boundaries|
|Stop being a policeman?|
|Ready to go after all|
|Agree the total|
|Somewhat unstable, possibly?|
|Is he short of a goat?|
|Don't agree with what's less than believable|
|Musical test for a visitant alien|
|Seems tired of scraps of sausages|
|Where the head of state has a bit of a moan?|
|This thing isn't worth much (though it means a lot)|
|Their fruits can be eaten, with egg on!|
|If upset, in dire need, make it clear!|
|Much impressed by an article on 'United'|
|Feeling better when taken off duty|
|Cilla, we're told, is dangerous to sailors|
|From an arm, we get a bit of a pong|
|Grand amours, right and left|
|Still going north with the first mate|
|Alarm by shaking rattles|
|So a new toy is a puppet|
|Allow the French a little time|
|Shiny exterior of a raspberry|
|You and me for tea?|
|Joe and Leslie, nominally|
|The common upstart upset Saul!|
|To gamble is to be thick-headed|
|Put a match to and left it|
|Those Volga fellows in song?|
|One short day is less than a month|
|How a dodgy false pony-tail should be secured|
|In popular idiom, uninteresting|
|Mountaineer's turn of phrase|
|It's fun, cobber!|
|Sort of syrup for a soft-hearted man|
|Noisy when we turn up? Not a lot!|
|In many adverts, they're paternal|
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