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|A fairly equable way to go|
|A large number accustomed to being entertained|
|A lord by name|
|A poet needs no damp room!|
|After a novelty act, one has a bit of variety, saying little|
|Completely rely on the part obtained from the dentist|
|Confirmation to make you sit up!|
|Cross the water in the direction of Land's End|
|Dad has twice as much as he needs|
|Doctor treated as a bit of a comedian?|
|Favourite trumpet piece|
|Figure advanced as a joint contribution|
|Firmly fixed by an old soldier in dire distress!|
|Fond of these, did Mr Case name his son Justin?|
|Go and expel the witches from Coventry|
|Hide or show|
|Insurance, perhaps, can have its point|
|It doesn't help one to be far-seeing|
|It flows in a wide estuary|
|It's allowed in tennis|
|It's charitable of Max, maybe|
|Look nothing but a broken leg|
|Looking embarrassed in sore distress|
|Loud cry in church, always|
|Lowest point for stormy rain around the 1st of December|
|Much reduced fare|
|Not exactly tasty; unpleasant, in fact|
|One good enough to have a chapter all to himself?|
|Out of Southampton shortly|
|Palms off, though having nothing in one's hands|
|Played to Edward out of ultimate pity|
|Released Fred to tour Middlesex|
|Said to be thrust in opposite directions|
|Sources of timber for building sets?|
|Talk of a replay?|
|The driving desire of our generation|
|The water variety needs a pool|
|There may be less than four|
|TV, at home, can become chronic!|
|We get a little chap to give way|
|Went smoothly when the girl got married|
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