Category: Evening Standard – Cryptic
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  1. 1.Indicator as to where to put your name to the letters?
  2. 2.A coin you bring us back with a hole in it
  3. 3.Exhibit from the robbery
  4. 4.Scratch the two first letters out, dear
  5. 5.A hint the dog gives you
  6. 6.So is heard complaining
  7. 7.Ring a bell - or shout a warning
  8. 8.Interested in money, possessions and stuff
  9. 9.She put in the clue for "controlled”
  10. 10.Having knocked back drinks, drive
  11. 11.Worn in all weathers
  12. 12.Scotching the mugging?
  13. 13.Sound choice of toy for someone very young
  14. 14.In particular, I time myself coming back
  15. 15.Where an airplane might disappoint the pilot?
  16. 16.About five among the cases treated have deep depression
  17. 17.Don't agree I'd broken the agreement about
  18. 18.As soon as the figure is divided by a hundred
  19. 19.He gossips about the race being crooked later
  20. 20.Having more time off for exercise?
  21. 21.Show or leave out, right at the beginning
  22. 22.Manage to get a ladder
  23. 23.The holy father came in with the prior
  24. 24.Come first in the spooning competition?
  25. 25.Also backing "Ex-tender”
  26. 26.Cavity the driller droned on and on about?
  27. 27.Intervenes on the flight approaching it?
  28. 28.Hey! Only a very little!
  29. 29.On hand repeatedly with words of sympathy
  30. 30."Fastener” is more analogous
  31. 31.Acquire leverage
  32. 32.Saw inside, playing the piano
  33. 33.Leaving after all the others, show endurance?
  34. 34.Lying as before, on getting caught
  35. 35.Drove badly, I figure, and went too far
  36. 36.The low-down from one of the prisoners?
  37. 37.Freezes and it remains fresh to this day
  38. 38.The early morning air?
  39. 39.Having called through, read out, as pre-planned
  40. 40.Registered the need to repair the table within
  41. 41.Opens and allows us to consume the prawn concoction
  42. 42.Competed and we went in and watched
  43. 43.The punctuation, pass over
  44. 44.A mistake in the chit
  45. 45.Exhibit from the robbery
  46. 46.Ring a bell - or shout a warning
  47. 47.Scotching the mugging?
  48. 48.Come first in the spooning competition?
  49. 49.Intervenes on the flight approaching it?
  50. 50.Hey! Only a very little!
  51. 51.On hand repeatedly with words of sympathy
  52. 52.Leaving after all the others, show endurance?
  53. 53.The low-down from one of the prisoners?
  54. 54.Freezes and it remains fresh to this day
  55. 55.The early morning air?
  56. 56.Refer to a lewd suggestion
  57. 57.A tip you really shouldn't miss
  58. 58.What to say when arresting an offender
  59. 59.Songs, as about fresh air
  60. 60.What many consume
  61. 61.Thanks to bad taste
  62. 62.He has some familiarity with Ananias
  63. 63.It merely borders on being a cough
  64. 64.They win by cracking a case
  65. 65.The end of a rear gunner in WWII
  66. 66.At length it can serve a weighty purpose
  67. 67.Who's past it, has it
  68. 68.A sort of nautical prefix
  69. 69.Not exactly fat feline?
  70. 70.Vague hint with little substance
  71. 71.Spots before the eyes
  72. 72.Put one's foot down
  73. 73.Sell a dummy a faked pass?
  74. 74.Quicker to offend Mrs Grundy?
  75. 75.Teams on the way to an entertainment
  76. 76.Have a go at a story about a heartless crook
  77. 77.Thanks to this beast, the thermostat's finally broken
  78. 78.Revolutionary process for linen
  79. 79.Weapons historically with a leading part in the navy
  80. 80.All there, perhaps, but hopelessly adrift

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