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It's fun, cobber! crossword clue


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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
Original story
So a new toy is a puppet
It stands upright in pots, possibly
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
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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