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|A drink dad gets out of the tin, maybe|
|A female's what some cricketers dream of|
|A word about Solzhenitsyn's Archipelago|
|As England captain, David brought authority to a race|
|Asian people rising in sublimation|
|At Bristol, it's famous for bridge|
|Beardless in Cavendish Avenue?|
|Cropped up repeatedly in a famous quotation|
|Cut a corner in a window frame|
|Do you sound soft when you put it on?|
|Does Marian spoil him?|
|Encouragement to recovery is quite on the cards|
|Full of ups and downs, naturally|
|How far can you walk into a wood?|
|Invitation to arrest an outpouring|
|It has a moving effect on a shifty varlet|
|It's philosophically rational to give thanks for love|
|Its rider can hardly dismount!|
|Large box of matches to strike|
|Not whole legs, just joints|
|One familiar relative of Osiris|
|Our stated time|
|Out for the week-end, she could be lucky|
|Paltry contribution from a friend|
|Pure he may be, but not necessarily simple|
|Put down a deposit (on a nest?)|
|Service some aircraft|
|Sharp right, there may be a dip|
|Ship going round a great lake in a line|
|So loveless and mischievous as to be ungenerous?|
|Sweets seem doubly good when starting school|
|That immortal match|
|The booze of Tralee|
|They get closer together when it's windy|
|To a youngster, it means a little extra|
|Tyler, leader of a rising in Ottawa?|
|Uncle's not in credit - so be off!|
|Very experienced in wool dyeing|
|View, at length, a street in the Roman way|
|Where wine is left in a clear condition?|
|You'll need a bottle opener for one (it's the hard stuff)|
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