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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. She is entitled to succeed in the play. 3,7
2. Job is completed before these songs start. 6
3. Dessert produced by French chef, a guy with good English. 10
4. Annoyingly chatty so no time for sailing. 5
5. A bit blue around the finger joint. 4,3,7
6. Ring back twice to express derision. 4,4
7. Only visit uncle by arrangement to meet royal furniture maker. 8,6
8. In song and after one needed some wine. 7
9. Let inside - but so very different outside. That's too devious! 12
10. In upsetting the detectives, Edward is formally charged with a crime. 8
11. Consumed by pains, sick man with particular weakness..... 8
12. ..... and doctor should be seen for such dehydration. 7
13. Races round in order to give the outline of the plot. 8
14. Fish - a thousand's in the shop. 6
15. Healthy-looking state of someone's Welsh extraction. 13
16. Sympathy strike with left - in the main. 7
17. There was an increase in visitors touring British resort. 9
18. Metal press. 4
19. Caught a man ahead of time with small, fire-spouting monsters. 8
20. Regularly goes out with disreputable people. 6,7
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Clues 21 to 40
No. Clue Letters
21. Ducks and drakes used to bust the dam. 8
22. Crafty spy about to change an instrument. 8
23. Learning to find the nearest pub? ..... 5,9
24. ..... but an unimportant person is able to return for a drink. 6
25. Sharp weapon. I am against it going into the wound mark! 8
26. A quarter got the improved version. 6
27. Birds on poster can be disconcerting for people with obligations. 7,6
28. Soundly beat one in school. 5
29. Trinkets fashioned by woolly minded women. 8
30. Harp is broken and so fades out in such emotional compositions. 10
31. Girl goes into a spin, giving a colourful display..... 9,6
32. ..... but dance circle lost the member. 4
33. Up at farm big man is beheading the birds. 10
34. Difficult clue - but it leads to identification of this man of figures. 6
35. A liner finally received modification and left port. 9
36. Some battle became the setting for this horror story. 6
37. The very thing for Tom's kitchen tools. 3,4,8
38. Best policy for a biennial. 7
39. Gypsy returned that last marijuana for repayment of a loan. 8
40. Horrified Turkish Commander, a good man. 6
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Clues 41 to 60
No. Clue Letters
41. A pretty cold concoction for the old flier. 11
42. She went round city limits with top tradesman to find the tool. 6
43. Insincere affection in old mother's household? 8,4
44. Crept away outside. That's awkward for proof of purchase! 7
45. Noah, for instance - his place was never shut! 9
46. Thief Ken. (It may increase your distress) 5,3.5
47. Set spiel was distributed in letters ..... 8
48. ..... and reclusive woman found a letter on moor. 9
49. Tolerates most extraordinary pains out east. 8
50 Queue for a penny drink abroad. 5
51. State should give soldier hand when things go wrong. 5,6
52. Famous composer? Hear, hear! 5
53. There's a complaint when servants go on a bender! 10,4
54. Tributes to the dead from the wars. 7
55. After grand start publican, Keaton, worked for the Inland Revenue! 11
56. Foreign Legion's tipple. 4,3
57. Painstaking passenger gets in the way. 12
58. The person indicated could be heard in church. 4
59. The crest presents a lofty problem. 7
60. Painter calling home - possibly about start of employment..... 12
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Clues 61 to 80
No. Clue Letters
61. ..... sounds like a well-rewarded job is on track. Straight up! 5,4
62. Appear a lot richer. How? There's no answer to that! 10,8
63. Minor eminence of King Oliver. 5
64. Head over heels for a couple of seasons, say. 10
65. This officer was reportedly a bit of a nut! 7
66. One in the club has a whip round for cheese. 9
67. After forlorn hope had warning police were near and flew from the fire. 7
68. About coping with any keen sense of sadness. 9
69. Muck, for instance, is allowed! 5
70. He helps Irish housewife clean up her mess. 10
71. Fish from vessel in Wear, when rough. 6
72. Holds troop formation together for the sailor's memorial. 7,6
73. He hears you've set out in a large ship..... 8
74. ..... but the boat is shabby and hot inside. 6
75. Tom has a honey store - it is underground. 8
76. A ghost one exorcised in anger. 5
77. Old English stage and film actor had good fun during the dance..... 7,8
78. ..... but was given stick for nonsense muttered on stage. 7
79. Harvest-time goes away in song. 6,6
80. Dealer is a criminal. He went to the dogs. 9
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Clues 81 to 100
No. Clue Letters
81. A pithy saying comes from the dwarf. 5
82. Jersey is, of course, one of the Channel Islands. 8
83. Only man without a grave. 6
84. Shrink from moving typist's chair. 12
85. Wager there's everything in this performance. 6
86. Top person will get on within a month..... 7
87. ..... but became befuddled on two drinks and got it in the neck! 7,4
88. Fixes a narrow highway through marshy land. 7
89. Act without leave and nearly everyone gets a discharge. 9
90. It's time I left the seductive woman. 4
91. Revolutionary army had shot the much-beloved author. 6,5
92. Talk about number of woman's teeth. 8
93. Hey, rescue Bob! Possible with one of these. 8,4
94. A row of soldiers about-turn but end up in a knot. 4
95. Reminders that at the start Max never ever manufactured fake coins. 9
96. Claw smeared with ink in Northumberland. 7
97. To marry, Adele - she lit up a gathering! 4,2,3,5
98. The girl has changed, having lost some weight. 7
99. Coat of metal obtained from excavation between meandering rivers. 9
100. The sharp rabbi at last heard the record at the end of play. 8

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