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Runners, out East, can be blue crossword clue


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Evening Standard Cryptic crossword of October 27th, 2022 other clues
He dropped with a cry of pain
Schoolchildren are not out to sweat at it
He painted with a good and loyal heart
Unusual throne with six legs
Work hard fixing rivets
Even when Victor's left
Being abrasive, they put an edge on things
Taking the tortuous little railway out of Holyhead, you can get there
A crowd, figuratively speaking?
Comparatively clean river in the outskirts of Peshawar
Blended in a colourful or sound way
Attractive person making a dishonourable start
Cut south all the time
Boy with a broken nose, almost
Grandmother and grandfather, possibly
Package to put right in place, perhaps
Briefly, she offers an alternative
With a companion, possibly aiming to tour the state
An easy subject?
He's said to go more than the distance
Lil embraces only a single man
Some question of a new hat?
She tells you what to do with a cold woman
Having broken an ankle, accept a lift
Colour of early tea?
A bit of money to raise?
Hard or soft, it's fishy
She means a bit of heaven to the Americans
Was she beastly to Petruchio?
Humble place for which a hothead has a strange love
Nut vessel?
Suitably like diamonds?
Edible hat?
Not the complete sleuth
Strode around the county
A bit of a prince among footballer managers
A leading style of headgear or woman's top
Don't expect him to work well!
Say there's love in sin?
She's up in class
Writing instruments with soft points

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