The answer to this crossword puzzle is 9 letters long and begins with N.
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Added on Wednesday, October 13, 2021

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  1. No can do
    1. Tory backed a new party? impossible
    2. Old knight upset a name in conservative party? it's not possible
  2. No can do
    1. Party enforcing six-pack ban? it's not possible
    2. Lack of honesty old city avoided? that’s not possible


  1. Vern&rsquo s old lady&rsquo s fancy women&rsquo s hats
  2. Sheriff&rsquo s group&rsquo s attitude about james&rsquo s end
  3. Don&rsquo t object so much? that&rsquo s stupid
  4. They don&rsquo t appreciate popular government&rsquo s initial taxes
  5. Contemplate but don&rsquo t act that shouldn&rsquo t happen
  6. Some crockery i&rsquo d upset don&rsquo t say a word
  7. Negative response to what indian says? that's to emphasise what's negative!
  8. Taking the most negative possible
  9. Taking the most negative view possible
  10. Don carlos don giovanni or don pasquale
  11. Wax light holder - possible cluedo murder weaponwax light holder - possible cluedo murder weapon
  12. Fortune 500 company, fortune 500 company, fortune 500 company..
  13. Greatest possible number among stout characters
  14. Blue (conservative) characters bid as little as possible
  15. Possible outcomes as endless characters enter sports meetings
  16. Possible to get over male&rsquo s burnout after treatment
  17. Possible place for setter&rsquo s cryptic legend on back of book
  18. Possible carrier&rsquo s responsibility?
  19. Broadcast by possible porter&rsquo s best friend
  20. Possible source of conference&rsquo s sparkling repartee


  1. Satisfied with story overlooking a display of courage
  2. Satisfied with material in book, say
  3. Satisfied about unfortunate grain
  4. Saturate too much
  5. Sat thus starting off sitcom
  6. Satanism involved holding large amulets
  7. Sas orated short pieces
  8. Saturday fliers imbibing upper class drink