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It bridges the spring at Preston's North End crossword clue


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Evening Standard Cryptic crossword of January 21st, 2021 other clues
Reasons for redistributing sugar out East
Turn up with £50 too much for a garment
Are they what make porcupines vertebrates?
The work of creative navvies, forming a clan
One propelled with the speed of a shell?
Should this word have come before "10 across"?
At Chelsea, say, going north in a bus
That favourite trumpet piece
One with a partner at the wicket?
A gymnastic exercise performed in rotation
She goes with Lisa
Help with an article on opera
A pile of canapes
A little thing requiring some danger money
The point of an arrest
You can eat with it at least two ways
Writer never edited
I'm in an obscure nook making a garment
Line a certain area
She has a rhyme on the telly
An 'eerie' character, mister
Fast machine on a quiet country road
Something to go for, fellow!
Crime's a burning question
True, it's a John Wayne film
The team's late
Handed a ticket for a bit of speed
It's so thin you can't see it!
Possibly banal name
Strong support for a weighty volume about the war
The little that sank in?
The partner dad left
Did Catherine leave it with a groan, perhaps?
Can be eaten in pigheaded contentment
Bobby needs a cool head at work
That fellow in The Chimes
Airmen crashed in the sea
To a Pole, it's a high speed
Destroy the note that was carried
Be behind, though the late batsmen are out for runs
Just the place for a saucy fashion centre
Fathead's food?
Vast containers?

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