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  1. Jeroboam
    1. From the bottom, pierce hole in squash bottle
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    6. Four bottles of wine in one

SIMILAR CLUES

  1. From the bottom, pierce hole in squash bottle
  2. Squash former name for squash
  3. Bottle-shaped squash with orange flesh
  4. Hole inverted, nothing in squash bottle
  5. Round cap or lid on a bottle such as a beer bottle
  6. Bottle after bottle?
  7. Large wine bottle, six times the size of a normal bottle
  8. The bottle bottle?
  9. Bottle (resulting from bottle?)
  10. Decorator may apply this row, coating iain's chimney upwards
  11. Lying face upwards
  12. Fly upwards
  13. Tests officer, initially, with fire directed upwards
  14. In geomorphology, linear belts of earth's crust pushed upwards to form mountains
  15. Draw canal upwards
  16. It's driven tooth upwards, colliding with craft
  17. State of being guided upwards with knowledge
  18. Grasses grow upwards, as you might say
  19. To start developing upwards, secure lofty premises
  20. Upwards slanting airplane wing after a seabird

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