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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. Allowed to roam, horses do foul upper chamber. 5,2,5
2. Where would you find American in an English college? 6
3. Foul and abusive language can be heard in the market. 12
4. Fellows in hospital. 4
5. No pills! Perky, woozy girl - but where does she come from? 10,5
6. Phones number before going to the old meeting place for criminals..... 5,5
7. ..... then makes a call from a distance for this lively area. 4
8. Museum founder, sad at a museum folding, beginning to despair. 6,7
9. Put into operation seat plan for sorting out. 5,8
10. Bargain price team put together here. 9
11. Try nearest cab to go to place for snappy dressers. 7,6
12. The essayist with the funny walk! 7
13. A male diva dances here. 5,4
14. Circus toxophilite. 4
15. Young horse without race gets eight, we're told, at sporty opening. 5,4
16. Wealthy doctor goes around working in the state capital ..... 8
17. .....but doctor thrashed the designer. 5,5
18. Which part of London flourishes - northern town as well. 10
19. Grant had note about place to get ice. 6,6
20. People in general without exception are in the highway. 3,4
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Clues 21 to 40
No. Clue Letters
21. Way out for Chaucer's pilgrims at the start. 3,4,4
22. Fellow has selected list of candidates for the banker. 5
23. This monument was naturally not cheap. 8
24. Area where horses are taken to drink? 9
25. Lectures go wrong by the way on the tube. 10,4
26. Appropriate place to battle the blues. 8,6
27. Commonplace for comedies. 6
28. Which house provides members with wine and a strong broth? 10
29. See lottery to repair scene of big fire. 6,6
30. District that had disreputable house with sign not for amendment! 10
31. Warder who likes his intake to be neat. 9
32. Man of letters, a bright person, revealed stories of bravery..... 8,4
33. ..... but regrets moving to place of hack writers. 4,6
34. One who expresses contempt for a rhymer in the abbey. 5,6
35. Unexpectedly early poorhouse with a place for entertainment. 5,5,5
36. Many hurrying to get kiss in the notional centre of London. 7,5
37. Contaminated oil hits water in the river. 9,3
38. Dastardly con. (It may cause you to be here!) 3,8,4
39. Prepare to repair the street. 12
40. Straightforward language about a border by a mound gives a point of view. 8,4
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Clues 41 to 60
No. Clue Letters
41. Novelist abandoned a smart mini and told us about the capital's open country. 6,6
42. There must be good two-way communication here - with a garden in the sky! 6,6
43. Team taking drink and meat around ten. 9
44. Old bird produces a real smash ..... 10
45. ..... tommy-rot! Her hit headed inside the tunnel! 11
46. Which hospital - and school - are in a different category. 4,4
47. Compiler took ride ignoring the last Scotsman on this line. 8
48. The Spanish chase around madly with retiree from the hospital. 7,9
49. Craftily varies low - cut so that it suits you here. 6,3
50 Safeguard rare metal. 9
51. Position a marshal at the place the race starts. 6
52. Entitle Clive, if qualified, to a mooring here. 6,6
53. Where forger goes after tool of the trade. 11
54. Put out clearest queries for entertainment. 9,6
55. Is fish not about in this area? 9
56. No, I claim a dubious person who wrote of this solidly constructed way. 5,4
57. Ask about Norm, the triskaidekaphobe's cat, at the 'vegetable hotel'. 6
58. Mineral water. 10
59. Centre where pub and cabin were rebuilt. 8
60. Bronzed linesman holding on to his hat at the station. 4,8
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Clues 61 to 80
No. Clue Letters
61. Where phoney phantom came to woo ..... 7,5
62. .....May, who could be seen here in the trendiest gown - after renovation. 7,6
63. Tree completely overshadows entrance to London thoroughfare. 4,4
64. Operational clothing, previously a source of acute bitterness, became cooler. 8,6
65. Bet Glen he ran away to this district. 7,5
66. Sir Argot got confused in the gallery but was he here due to crooked senator? 8,4
67. Cut back money for the borough. 7
68. Rare newt with no gill was mounted on the plinth in the park. 10
69. Runs here for office of President. 4
70. Be altogether excited in the old playhouse. 5,7
71. The Dickens of an establishment near Lincolns Inn Fields. 3,9,4
72. Can be rather sleety here. 6,6
73. Point at Kirsty by the river. 9
74. Nick, the writer, had not returned to town in Burgundy..... 11
75. ..... and the building in which he gets career change. 12
76. Girl meets singer Simon at second festival at the cricket club. 10
77. Butler's mixed salad - due in Embankment Gardens - is memorable. 8
78. Devilish group granted representation at former vegetable market. 6,6
79. Penalise idle criminal found at home of rowing club. 3,3,6
80. Time I was hugged by Lily behind tree under the stars! 11
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Clues 81 to 100
No. Clue Letters
81. Beagle's captain almost joined by way of this area. 9
82. Turning cartwheel, chap had it for delivering shop goods. 11,4
83. Former outermost wall of castle or court..... 3,6
84. .....keeps Shakespearean character inside the borough. 5,7
85. Date for hug. (There will be spectators!) 8,2,3,5
86. Brummie is shut out of this tourist attraction. 7,6
87. 18 + 34 +7 + 13 = RA 7
88. Where the orchids flourish in the East End. 10
89. District men used to fighting at a game. 13
90. Holds body of troops together for sailor's memorial ..... 7,6
91. ..... by building brigades a better crossing. 9,6
92. Scene of deplorably bad quarrel. 6,3
93. Where courting couples could have an advantage. 9
94. As traceable crime was reviewed on The Wire. 8,5,3
95. Entitled people - but one goes to hospital. 5
96. After parking on the corner it's there before you can take a chance. 9
97. Accidently try top bar-room with no place to pray. 8,7
98. Jack Nicholson film is showing in the City of Westminster. 9
99. Ha! Ballet or rally? Possibly but likely to be concerted effort here. 5,6,4
100. ...... and finally, Sally, ill perhaps, travelled around before producing the title. 7,8

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