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|A diminutive Australian bounder|
|A little tiny piece, you'll admit|
|An expert at throwing and catching|
|As worn for act four, perhaps?|
|Avoid by a trick|
|Beer or punch|
|Being calm, sneer wryly as the race finishes|
|Belief in looking unmoved when given a rise?|
|Birds in bars|
|Catches fish by degrees?|
|Criticise long, and in dashing style!|
|Crowned heads at college|
|Dishes up anew an out-of-the-way repast|
|Enemies of poetry?|
|Forename of the six-footer in front|
|Got mixed up with Ted Lang|
|I'm past being a perfect creature!|
|Imagine a little drink out East|
|In circulation in a big way|
|It gets a racing driver nowhere|
|It has links with the mail, maybe|
|It's a big thing in dentistry|
|It's a different thing when it falls|
|It's built with sound glue at the medical centre|
|Natural resource maybe helping to make millions|
|No ecclesiastical letter from lady|
|Notably tense and ready to play|
|Operation for which you need the right backup|
|Pass as an officer|
|People who never have a weekend out!|
|Prisoner of the Gulag|
|Rush at a mad rate|
|School for love in the wild west|
|Seen staggering round the bend so as to follow|
|Skinflint getting faultless service on the motorway|
|Stay with, as a loyal adherent|
|The cheapest part is better avoided|
|The sort of man targeted?|
|Though beneficial, a burden to a bighead|
|Tip of a plant?|
|Trouble from a guerilla|
|Whence, in Wales, a new hat is on the way|
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