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|A hood wearer, one imagines|
|A nose for tobacco?|
|As a writer, John found room at the top|
|Atherton starts with one and continues with another|
|Can one drink it better in the absence of an abstainer?|
|City whence the oil may come?|
|Contradictory directions are apt to catch one!|
|Displace some workers|
|Dug up the little man on the motorway|
|Encouraged, though it's perhaps scrambled and badly done|
|Essay about a group of witches from Coventry?|
|Fame of that old American flag|
|Familiar name for the beak|
|Full of beer, perhaps, both may be fired|
|Funny faces around the tourist centre|
|Has to be drifting snow|
|Hate to trim an article of apparel!|
|Hires some cots for some children|
|In spirit, a new angle|
|Is one confused by such metaphors?|
|Like an unsatisfactory victory at the Valley?|
|Meagre supply distributed to Iran|
|Obscurity seems good at the Foreign Office|
|One fat-headed rugby forward, or a group|
|Possibly a rambler's potential bloomer|
|Possibly a small group of animals|
|Rather dirty (like a worm?)|
|Returning, he takes some children back|
|Seat of the devotions?|
|Shorten a crossing|
|Smart as many invariably are|
|Sweet-talk one who is less curvaceous?|
|Takes moving photographs|
|The Kid with the can|
|The thug can mean trouble for the golfer|
|The urge to shove teacher into the river|
|Varsity men playing for Chelsea?|
|Wait while the Spanish take time out|
|Where the French and the Poles make glass|
|Where Tom Brown learned about football|
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