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What you may call a bigwig with LSD or rolling joint (8) crossword clue


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The Guardian Cryptic crossword of January 27th, 2023 other clues
Extra-large collars no good for cur (7)
Make respectable-looking career, you heard, in oil company (5,2)
Cool smart actress, one of a pair (7)
Party food for the health conscious (6)
Mean criminal head in police force set free (11)
Take a hike in Native American territory's western part (3,2)
Blackened items in kitchen? Domestic gets given the third degree (11)
Contest law and punishment in longish piece of text (7,8)
Protective covering being worn after 30 days (5)
In Rome, I maybe run into foreign character before lunch? (7)
Grand and endlessly thrilling setter (7)
Absent-minded scientist using width instead of depth (7)
It's clear dope's seized by copper? Quite the reverse (2,5)
Peevish Le Pen jumpily interrupting a lot of criticism (9)
Malay food recipe leaving a man with large appetite? (5)
Fully drink little drink? That man with drinks drinks gallons (4,2,3,6)
Succeeding in goal without evidence of mistake (4)
Places to learn about harmony (6)
Jenny, say, cutting duets in jazzy solo (10)
Content to leave Hardy and The Woman in White unfinished, getting cross (6)
Agree to cut frame Bogart bungled, embracing a star (5,5)
Tailless camel biting earl: it may cause a complaint (8)
Main hazard in Britain: Tories like Rees-Mogg! (4)
White House wanting leader gracious and sombre (6)
Some disrespect etc offended backing musicians (5)
Sweet American pin-up with mostly pleasant clothing (7)
Ineptitude from eg Macron briefly meeting Blair (9)

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