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Surely it should read 'not either' ?
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Extra special advantage (4) Looks like ADDS but why 'advantage' ?...
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MP’s too upset in vulgar surroundings – it’s a rotten dump ! (11, 2 words)...
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Having control of head's good when bridling horse (5) Only word that fits the letters is AGING, but why please ?...
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Circuit off limits to dragster ? (11) Letters suggest Silverstone is the circuit in question but why off limits to dragster please ?...
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Chum, around start of year, offering lots to think about (5) ?EATY Looks like MEATY, but why 'around' ?...
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30a Wolf not following at rear abandoned (4) This looks like GNAR (growl), but how does the wordplay work please ?...
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Track lists ignoring covers (4) This looks like SIGN, as in an animal track, but if so how would the cryptic indication work please ?...
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NEA?
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Adult in converse form of divorce (5)
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There is an extra letter generated by wordplay (think it's H): It's wrong leaving mixed antipasti in shallow pan (5) ?A?IN...
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Not surprised the setter is keeping a low profile this week, since when does Gateshead equal Gate's head ?
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A right-angled triangle has sides of length A,B and C where A is the hypotenuse and is an integer. When B and C are multiplied, the result is the square of A divided by one less than the square. When...
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TASSI? Must be TASSIE but surely the clue should read "... misrepresented as site"...
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Is 32a SENDAL or SANDAL ? Neither possibility seems to make a great deal of sense: Food cans end a line on the supermarket shelf Food cans and a line on the supermarket shelf...
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23d Reductions primarily cracked up eighteen shoppers (4) Answer: CUTS One or more consecutive words must be anagrammed to a single word before solving. Presumably this is EIGHTEEN to a word beginning...
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Stool pigeon imprisoned by Japanese PM (7) ?E?TI?O...
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First signs of such trouble usually appear with pub turning out (6, hyphenated)
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Supply croft (4) MAI_ It looks like MAIN as in gas supply/main, but why 'croft' ?...

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