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Clues 1 to 20 Clues 21 to 40 Clues 41 to 60 Clues 61 to 80 Clues 81 to 100
Clues 1 to 20 this way! 21 to 40 41 to 60 61 to 80 81 to 100

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Clues 1 to 20
No. Clue Letters
1. What a sapper might make round the front of trenches. 8
2. In a shop a queer light makes it rather dark. 6
3. King of Spain longs for a republic! 11
4. Head has a way to cut down the number of branches. 7
5. The main viewing window. 8
6. Squeal breaks out when diamond is discovered! 6
7. Played on the lawn without the king - the heartless flirt! ..... 8
8. ..... as he is going after a native American woman - complaining loudly! 9
9. Question 9: What relates to the listener? It's absurdly generous. 8
10. Asks persistent questions about relatives' food. 8
11. In some ways love can produce a feeling of pity. 6
12. Tidy quarter is surrounded by my decorative woodwork. 9
13. One with a traditional outlook used to get the right angle. 6
14. The rightful Duke of Milan wants us to be successful. 8
15. Squeak, when upset after a broken heart. They can be such disruptive events. 11
16. Advertisement with direction for finding the entrance. 7
17. When abroad Ray is struggling with a dilemma.D> 8
18. Ring back twice to dismiss contemptuously. 4,4
19. Victoria's quick, close look at little set of questions. 5
20. Bill, charmingly old-fashioned, is at a new church but is not a close friend..... 12
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Clues 21 to 40
No. Clue Letters
21. ..... and Britney Spears provoked the church-goers. 13
22. The missile dispute. 7
23. He doesn't believe in one former virtuoso. 8
24. In school pupil leaves to suppress a gurgling sound. 7
25. It may provide music to Pinafore production. 10
26. Type of shark that can be seen in a mass. 7
27. Drink of worker in the field that could knock you out? 8,5
28. Left with one pound that can be converted into cash. 6
29. Shows variation of time on maps. 10
30. A flower thanks to a vegetable.TD> 6
31. Sufficient for a daughter to be treated the same. 8
32. Need engineers to take in old band of singers with 50% of rent. 11
33. Left with upper-class girl in the country. 8
34. Church people clad in part in sheepskin. 9
35. Quartets dispersed but this one stayed on. 8
36. Criticise long dash. 7
37. Where food may be stored without time for display.TD> 9
38. He gives up easily - especially when on the hoof? 7
39. Quietly, without the diamonds, Dickens is ruined by a loud fellow, his hypocritical architect. 9
40. A small game bird develops into a golden eagle ..... 6
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Clues 41 to 60
No. Clue Letters
41. ..... with bird's cereal food. 8
42. It's very plain that fish can be got with rod. 9
43. In sequel I created a rising in Rome. 9
44. Instrument players used - about time! 8
45. They worked in an open excavation but played in the cavern. 9
46. Taking in a little science was a friend who had a percussion instrument. 6
47. Saw dog in the lead. 7
48. Revolutionary arm in quiet French island. 10
49. Following order to a bank at end of war the son had a country house. 8
50 Note by king in doubt gets to one of his servants. 7
51. Drink is seen around select feature of castle. 10
52. Uncared for, the last number gets taken in by a small group of soldiers. 7
53. Musician arranging picnic outside Centre Court. 7
54. Doctors depart with leading optometrist to identify spreader of disease. 8
55. Attendant admitted crime in place of cleric. 9
56. Short, little man is pursued by a big cat - just for play! 9
57. Unsettled Queen needs a piece of cake. 6
58. A scrupulous point but controversially unpolitic. 9
59. Fish tank water I put into Jack's drink! 8
60. Get rid of piece of tobacco before a fantastic game ..... 9
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Clues 61 to 80
No. Clue Letters
61. ..... and have fruit with yours truly halfway through the game. 6
62. Line produced by eccentric pig-breeder - not British. 8
63. Four kings, perhaps, were seen on Bastille Day. 8
64. Irishman takes lemon squash. What a bounder! 10
65. Sally, with time to follow the last thing in style, had a carriage and attendants! 8
66. Around the world French valet is said to have the master key. 5,7
67. Regulated supply at producer of eggs. 8
68. Chemist gives help on the farm, in a manner of speaking. 10
69. The line down a Chinaman's back. 5
70. Comic opera featuring just one player? 8
71. Errant knight or a young man in distress. 7
72. Clubs, perhaps, where superior ship's officers gather. 11
73. Head soprano vaguely unwell on the seafront. 7
74. Confine Brown without leave to US military establishment. 8
75. In mid-week a clever remark to the circle is providing balance. 9
76. Bacon, for instance, is poor prepared with his help. 11
77. Taken in by the barrister Sue lost her head and went to live in Canada. 6
78. She worked in a harem in nasty, squalid, old English surroundings. 9
79. Job is finished when these songs start. 6
80. Meeting swamped in papers could get bogged down in it. 8
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Clues 81 to 100
No. Clue Letters
81. What a faithful wife to run off with a writer ..... 8
82. ..... but the writer is older - and plain ugly! 10
83. Headgear in a fashion but could have been brought into question. 5
84. Petitioned for an adventure in a rush. 9
85. Penny had a colt in trouble but it was simply being affectionate. 8
86. It was virtual insanity when JK is said to have led the band. 10
87. Colin on board ship set out the ninepins. 7
88. As if medical man at a party could ring a bell in the cathedral. 9
89. Pea soup everyone rejected for a stew. 6
90. Brogue not even quite roughly displayed in the shop. 8
91. Safe vessel showing no sign of age. 5,3
92. Islands one featured in one's play, possibly. 9
93. Fruity role for a carpenter. 6
94. Comic heard in equal buffoonery. 12
95. Start of play in Oval - I may emerge from this. 8
96. Fairness of actors' body. 6
97. Mother had cakes - reportedly for the monkeys. 8
98. Some stray to the east in garden area. 8
99. Ripley set out to become an author ..... 9
100. ......as finally the writer gets in with the inner circle to make a large number. 9

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