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|Evening Standard Cryptic crossword of April 15th, 2019 other clues|
|Toothy enthusiast going to grievous extremes|
|A coating (of eggs?)|
|That Spaniard Norma's mixed up with|
|The height of rhetoric|
|Being stuck up isn't exactly naughty|
|Insure for a lot too much|
|Spoil a letter to mum|
|Various ways to blend tea with special body|
|In NATO's disarray, they aren't all united|
|That crafty manner of mine|
|Such engines can be used in a process for ore|
|Resort, possibly, to be seen in a poster|
|In the cold, move rapidly (but not far)|
|It's a hole, but a driver might stop there|
|Damaged a key part in the cargo compartment|
|Though not altruistic, Les backs a swimmer|
|In the altogether natural condition|
|Circle of French poetry|
|One knocked out with a club?|
|Criminal deception of an artist in a bit of a fuddle|
|Mary could be mistaken for being tipsy|
|Part of S Africa with two names|
|Ingrid's initial letter requiring German translation|
|Such types can also be crafty|
|A woman's high spirits|
|Perhaps also on the way to the hairdresser's|
|Desire to take a customer to the West End|
|One among many, outwardly|
|He may either be out of get out|
|Servant who can provide his own beer|
|Do something unoriginal in the garden shed|
|Being broke, spoke peevishly|
|Accident causing mass destruction at Holyhead|
|Liven up in Shute's style|
|A mobile is a moving one|
|The poilu's hair dressing?|
|Buzz off - you don't need both legs!|
|Figures out one is upset by poison|
|Employ a hearty couple until exhausted|
|Over him is the supervisor|
|She needs aid terribly!|
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