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Peninsula forming a large part of America crossword clue


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Evening Standard Cryptic crossword of March 22nd, 2017 other clues
Port, a rich sweet wine
Hid lager cocktail from a top pupil
Joe's double in a movie
Father can never be quite the same!
Failures as schoolteachers?
Soft piece of velvet, nice to stroke
Appears on the way to town
A girl to lie for, perhaps?
Airman concerned with ignition?
The Italian man about town
Stiffened or not!
A minor point
In art, imaginatively, it means to draw
It's better to be under it than below it!
Managed to do a lot in a haphazard way
The more successful punter?
Food products sorted at the postal centre
Make it clear one needs a period abroad
Where boys are taught to wear boaters?
Did he cane the boys for many a bloomer?
It's not that ancient history is incomplete
Essayist and poet who seems to have had a disease
Clean and untangle the reins
In which a female, at middle age, can see herself
Talk about finishing up in the open spaces
Become a bit of a fidget
Fixed the telly?
Are there such days at the end of three months?
Will he go far?
What a composer produces for a long time?
A number required for identification
Youth left at the side of the road?
A one-eyed means of correction
Offer of a job, ideally?
A strikingly repetitive thing to do
The little chap's skills
One wheeled by a boy?
Rubbish unwise to give to a troop leader
Take over, thus making a woman cross
Is seedy, yet has some appeal
The couple from Talbot House

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