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|A term for mum|
|Amassed a fortune at the trading centre|
|Being soft on Enid, perhaps, carried a torch|
|Carry out an order to the very end|
|Caught in possession?|
|Does this sound a note of familiarity?|
|Doing one's best to be a nuisance|
|Domain without borders|
|His Bolero might seem a bit of a marvel|
|Horsy looking fellow on board|
|In making a scene, talk a lot|
|In shameful style in a bachelor's place|
|In the Bahamas, it can express surprise|
|Is inclined to make enumerations|
|It's a bit fishy that Gillian's lost her boy|
|It's a corking preventative!|
|It's a sweet Oriental vessel to an alien|
|It's better to be the beak|
|Jack has to hit the mark|
|Make visual contact with a key agent|
|Man of stone|
|One of those in a costly pile-up?|
|Out West, a small person may be called a little jerk|
|Perceive a way to rescind|
|Person eating with much noise and little ceremony|
|Pick up very quickly|
|Provide with a new, wonderful part|
|Put one's foot down to make an impression?|
|Something stuck in a good way?|
|Spurned, Jack's girlfriend is said to have gone with Ted|
|Standard Anglo Saxon soldiers, in short|
|Tempting one to start lunch with a wry grin|
|The field to be in credit, that's clear|
|Thus the Spanish produce individual performances|
|Tip it playfully over an officer!|
|To get the stuff, tear mail apart!|
|To start, tie it in a knot!|
|Too much talk of the brave heart in Britain|
|Was first in the field of racing|
|We take a little boy around town|
|Write out a novel's ending so as to shock!|
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