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|Beast bringing wicked vice to the East End|
|Bluff ruler of Westphalia|
|Cook a stew that is never eaten|
|Cupidity, it seems, is the desire for more than just a cup|
|Finance sport to a good end|
|Food to bake fresh, note|
|Gardens by the river|
|Grins stupidly at a pair of spectacles|
|In which dancers express disapproval to us?|
|Intends me to join a couple of Poles|
|Irked at having done any wrong|
|Is of negative nature and shows little dash|
|Is such a brush one of a set?|
|It may strike one as a neat motto|
|It's a sort of fever!|
|It's easy for one to get fifty in front|
|It's quite normal that Mr Gore might take a turn|
|It's tough with nothing in store|
|Its violent impact puts heart into drama|
|Less than presentable as an anagram, but sound|
|Merchant doing a swap?|
|Naturally enough, the ears play a part in it|
|Neglect to order it|
|New ideas to which actors are deaf|
|One at the doctor's but without a complaint?|
|One cannot take a light view of such practices|
|One competitor of several in a rail system|
|Possibly green article to be found in groups|
|Removed from the rent book?|
|Rush to arrange out-of-the-way trips|
|Saucy in a novel way?|
|She's a setback for Aidan|
|Sigmund, an informal fellow out of uniform|
|Singer given heart by English National Opera|
|Sunny sort of celebrity?|
|Teacher makes that impatient noise, a bit out of sorts|
|Two ways to try for admission|
|Unable to move quickly|
|Vegetable served in the gunners' mess?|
|Would irregular soldiers fire at it?|
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