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|The Guardian Cryptic crossword of January 28th, 2000 other clues|
|A nation fell for her ... (9)|
|... love rejected with irritation (4)|
|Title tag from "La Belle Helene" (5)|
|Leading voice in choral setting of Western "Bride Snatcher" (9)|
|This one is associated with motor racing (7)|
|It's mostly worn above the Tweed, or river with bridge over (7)|
|Transport by air is cheap and flexible (6,3,4)|
|It may need tissues - about 500 sheets costing roughly £500 (9,4)|
|Idle quiche seller? (7)|
|Skittish, like Shaw? (7)|
|Coin disposed through channel laid down by the church (9)|
|Dicky traps a modest catch (5)|
|Foreign currency used to square rent (4)|
|Clinical insight (9)|
|View before a brimming mug? (4-4)|
|In my absence a member is seen in a cautious light (5)|
|Man of rank paints silver, they say (6-8)|
|Fruit and nut, alas mixed (7)|
|Charged a hundred spent on account (7)|
|Vain error corrected in Galileo's towering view (5,4)|
|Newsprint when used for a quick run (6)|
|Do they help one to contemplate a double Scotch? (7,7)|
|One could swill Brian's tea (9)|
|One Tory lad stirs up misplaced veneration (8)|
|Part of the audience may hear the voice of the prophet (7)|
|Deal possibly set aside (6)|
|Wells's partner had a long way to travel (5)|
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