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|28 and 29. Entertainers to bring on for a song|
|A politician's current supplies|
|An event people can never quite talk about?|
|Any person can claim to be unique!|
|Bands we organised, nobody wants to hear!|
|Beer can make you glare|
|Bit of a beast where food intake's concerned|
|Boasted that credit was due?|
|Broadest humour you'll get out of Desmond|
|By some reckoning, great as a loss can be|
|Dead wrong about a soft pencil being applied|
|Figure a kiss remiss|
|Fishy rhyme for a rake|
|Food for days?|
|Game half century by a German|
|He has a new role _ a key part|
|Informal food from Escoffier|
|It's bad for bread not to be covered|
|Jaw about musical work with a composer|
|Joined in getting a seizure of power organised|
|Little chap pussyfooting around?|
|Of fliers, one of the crowd?|
|Officer of the crown|
|One place needing no improvement|
|Payment when you feel short of money?|
|Put in the shade by a named American thug|
|Sam, who generally gave officers a belting|
|Seat in the south of central Spain|
|Something suspicious fell off its back|
|Stone used in a large monolith|
|Support the higher part of a ship|
|That motherly person|
|The agreeable character of Enid Blyton|
|The watchword of one with a large figure?|
|Those on the far left of the snooker table?|
|Wealthy place, so Dora can get dole out of it|
|Where construction workers sit at the end of the table|
|Where Europeans promenade in pairs|
|With passion, a creation can be a cracker!|
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