28a Unwanted light in a photographic image typically caused by reflection within the camera (5)
F?A?E (Flare, maybe)

33a Either of a pair of short-handled oars used by a single rower, especially in a racing shell. (5)

34d Area of high speed memory used for temporary storage of frequently used data in computing (5)

35d Chinese association or secret society, particularly one associated with organised crime; from Cantonese 'meeting place'. (4)

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09:45 Mon 04th Mar 2013
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33a Scull
35d Tong
34d Cache ?
28a Flare looks OK
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