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Added on Sunday, November 25, 2018

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  1. Readingburn
    1. Note to a spy literally?


  1. Perhaps a lot entering club, perhaps a lot
  2. Perhaps a japanese weapon on display, perhaps
  3. 13 across, perhaps, and come up to scratch, perhaps
  4. Feeling ill, perhaps, for a backward tot from ulster, perhaps
  5. Perhaps i could rent this to make it sound more like a knight, perhaps
  6. Perhaps this means metallic, or perhaps it means the opposite
  7. Clue near, perhaps, for canadian novelistclue near, perhaps, for canadian novelist
  8. Perhaps roosting, perhaps
  9. Clue for morse, perhaps, which may show suspect was in oxford?clue for morse, perhaps, which may show suspect was in oxford?
  10. Clue 'ego', perhaps for pastoral poemclue 'ego', perhaps for pastoral poem
  11. So perhaps the clock will go in the ship, or perhaps it gets jammed
  12. 1 across perhaps - perhaps as of old
  13. Perhaps overlooks 27 across inversely, perhaps
  14. Clue attached to, perhaps, heart of heartsclue attached to, perhaps, heart of hearts
  15. They are, perhaps, mouldy enough for the angler to be making, perhaps
  16. Perhaps pall, or a sticky state, perhaps
  17. An englishman in france, perhaps unknown during record comeback
  18. Bit by bit while recalling tit, perhaps with grit, dull piece of s***
  19. Novice, perhaps
  20. A walk in the park, perhaps, to get austen adaptation right


  1. The j in dj
  2. Lecture, oration
  3. Stanley tuccis culinary tv series, for italy
  4. Screaming ghost in gaelic folklore
  5. Orange border flower, aka calendula officinalis
  6. Ancient citadel on a hill above athens, the
  7. Word often found on signs for lost pets
  8. Brazilian beef cut americans call sirloin cap