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Repeated rhythm: how to make par (and golf as well as pals!) (8) crossword clue


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The Guardian Cryptic crossword of January 21st, 2016 other clues
One critical of French farmer's tower (9)
Break into Chile, just like the old days? (9)
Smooth, even now (5)
FA team in pub, possibly swapping tips! (6-5)
See 7
Unimportant that Greek character cuts monster (8)
Who'd destroy housing out there more than others? (6)
An option as he fell ill? (4-4)
Flashy stuff British swimmer's cloned (5-5)
Salt originally added to fish with batter on for cobblers (10)
Something fired up under black crow (5)
Chemical expert sits on the deadly liquid (12)
Both sides of having girl — that makes things clearer! (4,5)
60s' person who's scared — I knew you'd say that! (4-6)
Regularly sees main match before final (4)
Main distance from actual line I'm dancing (8,4)
Change a result — it'd sound like cricket? (10)
Having three sides after filling in test (10)
Battle between black and white bags Lidl supply without issue (9)
Pilot Officer cuts short easy takeoff (5)
Timeless body … ish! (2,2)
Did utter sod ask it during openings? (4)
Cold-shoulders wallies (6)
Headwind I am enduring to harbour ships (8)
Fictitious name soon to get Screw's backing (6)
Suit, black with silver border, to be carried off brilliantly (2,4,1,4)
I call mobile, getting tone (5)

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