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Evening Standard Cryptic Crossword January 23 2018 Answers

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Evening Standard Cryptic Crossword January 23 2018 Answers

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  • Choose from a selection
  • Ring Eleanor at the King’s Head
  • On which to have a heated conversation?
  • Uncle Tom’s taxi garage?
  • I scold when angry
  • You may have seen the last one in Paris
  • Not the place for old wine
  • Tenpenny ballpoint?
  • Looking pale, like Henry when disheartened
  • Are astronomers thus eyed?
  • Walks up or down, perhaps
  • Points to a source of wood for a dish
  • It’s a tricky game
  • Make sure your eyes are open
  • It’s of all-round satisfaction to a baseballer
  • Such infections get right into a little bottle
  • Swimming school
  • Did she sing saucily?
  • Faultless service around the country is an offence!
  • Animal munching a tuber
  • A name in towelling
  • Abandons a slovenly slave out East!
  • Where the carpenter can get a quick meal
  • Actually not less than a stone
  • The angler likes to see it sink
  • Horsy types on board
  • Emperor on the way to one part of Rome
  • It shows the landlord’s literal!
  • The rhyme’s right, but it’s banal
  • Various means of identification
  • We’re out to knock what’s lacking colour
  • A good man always coming first
  • Thread that only breaks when the end’s broken off
  • It can hold film in loops
  • Where the barber got his oranges?
  • Lower down there, perhaps, at the end of the garden
  • Being always in extremes of solitude, is hard
  • Move clumsily or woodenly
  • Hang around with a hotheaded relative
  • Great but less than devastating
  • Joined me on the tee
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