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Added on Thursday, July 28, 2022

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  1. Illness
    1. One litre fewer, round middle of evening — it makes me sick
    2. Breathes over large lens - turned cold?
    3. ___ disease
    4. Complaint: hoskins will regularly incense society
    5. Sickness
    6. Disease, sickness


  1. Regard leading batsman as a revelation
  2. Ogle leading batsman - a stunner
  3. Pommy batsman's first run, leading to appeal?
  4. Tree over edge of pavement leading to parent's complaint
  5. Complaint from fairy to fool involves shakespeare's leading characters
  6. Nice grave vandalised, leading to complaint
  7. A way ham is carved leading to complaint
  8. Polish articles from madrid leading to complaint
  9. Old barbarian &mdash cause of complaint &mdash leading demo
  10. Buzzer loud, leading to complaint
  11. Tsar&rsquo s egg addled, leading to complaint
  12. Stupid as one conservative mp, with ale leading to labour candidates complaint
  13. Norwegian band covering record by live act finally leading to letters
  14. Tabloid covering carefully-selected matches leading to a eugenic triumph
  15. Novice leaves william covering the seven days leading to the fortnightly publication
  16. Something metallic covering behind or something 18 covering much more?
  17. Covering: for example, covering northern bird
  18. Covering or partly covering
  19. Covering for a wheel covering, so to speak
  20. Days without a drink lead to agonising stomach complaint


  1. In parliament 180, noes 50
  2. Don’t count your chickens before they
  3. Bank , coal , refundable
  4. To stagger, astonish
  5. Decorative trinket
  6. Orange red color
  7. A collar with many folds
  8. She failed to sarcasm in his words