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Playing cards with a Celt is an idle pastime (4,6) crossword clue


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The Guardian Cryptic crossword of July 23rd, 2003 other clues
22 has to admit Newton fools around (4,5)
Fur that's not initially practical (5)
Fussy eater, say, among the leaders (5)
Compiler catches old expostulation in Florida's northern city (9)
Prophet turned into a bit of a dipsomaniac (4)
Pagan god (not American) going to church still (7)
Ludicrous encore put back in to annoy (7)
Going round part of the mouth externally (7)
Licence for waveband to cover grass circle (7)
Stand for no bull (4)
Scientist and actress Juliette, dropping point, acquires condensation (10)
Prolonged note after 10 in mediocre surroundings (9)
Town putting name to voice (5)
Leading parts of Troilus and Cressida in drama at the nick (5)
Oriental writer in the audience (9)
Upset eggs in church, making a terrible mess (5)
Where to have a good time with nearly 0.352 fl oz in the bath? (5,4)
Ancient ruler's cattle stomaching bellyful of tin (4,6)
Nearness nearly results in tangle (7)
Measure taken by vermin raised to be popularly acclaimed (7)
Hence paper's not like Izal (4)
A fish (the ray) eating its own head (5)
Source of vegetable nutriment supplies finish to old style hair treatment (9)
Declare numbskull never stopped eating (10)
Cut back on degrees in immorality and put what's left in here (4,5)
Clerical work covered by communications people on the game (9)
Incentive to admit drug is not working (7)
Issues of relevance to female thespians (7)
The way the compiler did it is capital (5)
Vocalist's alternative number comes first (5)
Inverted layer containing sulphur, easily chilled (4)

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