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|…-o’-shanter, Scottish cap||TAM|
|Brightly-coloured skirt of the South Pacific||SARONG|
|Cared for, looked after||TENDED|
|Charger improves a car’s power||TURBO|
|Conor Cruise and Kate||OBRIEN|
|Cultivated plot of ground||GARDEN|
|Excesses of liabilities over assets||DEFICITS|
|Horizontal surfaces inside||FLOORS|
|Indian or Arctic, say||OCEAN|
|It’s said to be the best medicine||LAUGHTER|
|Launched an assault||ATTACKED|
|Left the forces without permission||DESERTED|
|Moving on hands and knees||CRAWLING|
|Periodically lose old feathers etc.||MOULT|
|Railway freight vehicle||WAGON|
|Relaxed, took a break||RESTED|
|Remove, wipe out||ERASE|
|Resemblance in the sounds of words||ASSONANCE|
|Sash worn on a Japanese kimono||OBI|
|Ships’ complements, say||CREWS|
|Small mischievous sprite||IMP|
|Spiny tree of warm climates||ACACIA|
|Takes in along with others||INCLUDES|