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|A team to beat Villa?|
|A ten toy combination in future prospect|
|Be inclined to be slim|
|Beasts getting one upset about a kiss|
|Being a slipper, it has no wheels!|
|Blot on the character of a chap getting out of line|
|Change ends, sportingly?|
|Charge extra for the sculptured mount|
|Choice of verbose lecturers|
|Concise quotation from a better selection|
|Cut south all the time|
|Gets one's engine singing the right notes|
|He has to live at central Greenwich|
|He makes things hot for people|
|In it, there are always some cowards|
|In which, the ballerina repeats a half turn|
|Join in a joint success!|
|Just the gallery for sugary art?|
|Like a loyalist starting to travel on from Rouen|
|Little less than two weeks|
|New post bringing much money|
|Not being silks, they may be saints|
|Part of a book of verses?|
|Poetry a lover seeks to take in|
|Possibly deems me and Mr Lynam to be old people|
|Potato mashed for most parties|
|Priest, possibly, a small dainty person|
|Produced out of love, but full of holes?|
|Ruby, it seems, softens when warmed up|
|Succession of command|
|Teach, in a way, to start ructions|
|The lads may be shy about getting out|
|The old girls are now crazy about me|
|They're of marginal significance around the country|
|Though jesting, he is in fact wild|
|Try out, for purpose, what's fashionable|
|Unconscious products of the imagination|
|Whether hard or soft, they're fishy|
|Youngster apt to bite?|
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