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|After setback, leading bank’s less stable||POTTIER|
|Cabinet needs this condition placed on shipping||STATECRAFT|
|Clip tail of aggressive bird||SNIPE|
|Defect from regiment at last, post-conflict||WART|
|Drink children fed to bird that perished||MOCHA|
|Drinks rum during matches||TODDIES|
|Drive husband to drink, being contrary||PUSH|
|Drunken rowdy lecturer dismissed on sovereign’s return||LAGERLOUT|
|Eg shogun’s promise to surround area on both sides||WARLORD|
|Get the better of berk at Balliol?||OUTWIT|
|Guard dispatched before brief communist uprising||SENTINEL|
|Happy couple in Rome crossing banks of oriental flowers||GLADIOLI|
|Immature island cattle ultimately eating tall grass||INCHOATE|
|Keeping any driver from parking bum in ringside seat||PEDESTRIANISING|
|Nervy old hosts backing mime artist||AGITATED|
|Official brutality exposed and condemned||TITULAR|
|Old-fashioned mum carrying nine spinning tops||MAXIMA|
|One holding to line from the gospel translated by Catholic||CLOTHESPEG|
|One particular therapy primarily for a man||THIS|
|Record number of competitors||ENTRY|
|Secure saddle as horse shelters||LEASH|
|Seed for cooking oil milled by devotee||GROUNDNUT|
|Soggy pitch with damage on top||MARSHY|
|Spooner’s to stay and work in garden extensively||HIGHANDLOW|
|Such a movement with added energy could be altogether different||LARGHETTO|
|Two gymnastic manoeuvres to complete course in Beijing?||SPRINGROLL|
|Unopened perfume’s grim||DOUR|
|Unsympathetic type, one committed to very firm course||SOCIOPATH|
|Wind cutting through walker’s wet-weather gear||BROLLY|