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|Irish Times Crosaire crossword of October 23rd, 2021 other clues|
|Odd menu includes tea with little measure of spice|
|Enjoys home-cooking starters of aromatic tender steak consumed by a German|
|Under the circumstances, better to switch drunk diners, as they're very close|
|Fairly free to dine out with school pals|
|Of no help to Sue Cook from Takeaway|
|Found up in Rostrevor - a deciduous tree|
|Characters raised in Mandalay or Tyre, a really old city|
|Old American swimmer can be uncouth|
|Get stock in again for stormy ordeal|
|Characters embraced by Kate Chopin in The Nymph|
|One is played by a plucky sort from Neighbours - the first ever to be covered by women's magazine|
|Given the options, take the advice of the man upstairs and live like a saint|
|Outstanding report produced by Keats|
|Graduate starts to scrape a living at the lowest level|
|Pep sides with Zen Buddhist|
|Half of those in 4 down presumably dig it? In my view, I'd look through it before opening up!|
|Renaissance man produces French wine integrating fresh acid|
|Her veal stew with port used in France|
|Run away from more distant relative|
|Backing places around island to exercise|
|Hole in spikes found in scan for athletics at the centre|
|Streetcar up in Montmartre|
|Bar set up in Benidorm|
|It's a measure of trade unionists lacking adroitness|
|As good as gold in Belgium at street performance|
|Sweetheart set up by worker? Charming!|
|Kitty isn't finished with amusement|
|East Berlin dismisses ban, as it's unproductive|
|Check out old city - it lacks nothing?|
|The benefit to going on holiday? Share it with others!|
|Lead from Adelaide in theory|
|Crazy about new family in The People|
|The greatest footballer is dropped - from memory, not worth recalling|
|Link to pepper and iodine and tetraethyl lead|
|Detailed formal order for Glaswegian doesn't end in disaster|
|Mental sharpness of American going to university in LA, for one|
|They bake over open fire that's well built|
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