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|A growing boy with taste|
|Also known as a palindrome|
|As a serf, he had a fortune|
|Being French, I embrace one girl at a time|
|Car crossing the track?|
|Crash into the school head on a tricycle|
|Daniel scattered feed around for the duck|
|Due to get a figurehead in wrought iron|
|Grounds, for instance, accepted by doctors|
|Hangs out around the space centre getting stories|
|He gave ear to military history|
|If you want a Strad, the game's up|
|In favour of returning at mid-April|
|Is generous with breaks|
|It only looks like clear water|
|It's a fine point on a drawing, perhaps|
|Its horn is crumpled, out of line|
|It's inserted jointly|
|It's needed in a mobile career|
|Kind of pipe from the centre of the ear|
|Lay low and fool around with a redhead!|
|Like a formal photo of a policeman?|
|Live somewhere in Herts, but with caution|
|Man turning up at an ancient city in Belgium|
|Measures for the control of pests|
|Nominally getting louder on turning red|
|Not even possibly right|
|Notified when the bell rang, we hear|
|One holding up a chopper?|
|Part extemporised, cleverly, just for now|
|Parts with some horses for about £50|
|Rod's joint, perhaps?|
|Sad in an old-fashioned way|
|Spill the beans|
|Storeplace where the sweeper-out gets love and a kiss|
|Sunny little chap with a warm heart|
|Telly character, you may remember|
|The fictional captain takes it to be a habit|
|The head of staff talks too much of difficulties|
|Vessel or military vehicle on a road|
|What the Inland Revenue volunteers to figure for you|
|Where to buy a bit of booze for an artist|
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