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|Average about one or two||PAIR|
|Capital left in the midst of crazed behaviour||MANILA|
|City beside which this person had settled||LAID|
|Compensation for artist in retreat||REWARD|
|Cuddly character in game — forward needing support||RUPERTBEAR|
|Dealer that’s often associated with speed||MERCHANT|
|Dish taken aside in mess||STEAKDIANE|
|End of Prom — time to interrupt one composer or another||MONTEVERDI|
|Europeans with no head for travellers’ accommodation||INNS|
|Finishes off eclair, gateau, scones and rock cake||RUSK|
|Greeks and Romans in The Oaks and Derby, say||CLASSICRACES|
|Head’s embracing runs and stretches between lessons||BREAKS|
|Instant coffee; it is free in this point of purchase||TICKETOFFICE|
|Irish working club||IRON|
|King once called for a joint||KNEE|
|Liver and lime mixed with cold pasta||VERMICELLI|
|Match on TV — it’s experimental||TESTTUBE|
|Monkey hurt, doctor ready||MARMOSET|
|Moonlight escape around river transformed into a brief liaison||FLIRTATION|
|No parking during month having rolled up in old European capital||LIRA|
|Now listening to Radio 4, say, with it||SWITCHEDON|
|Poor Naomi can go back inside for Welsh stories||MABINOGION|
|Their Acts are authorised!||APOSTLES|
|Toy animal lulling her, so woolly||ROCKINGHORSE|
|Twisted plans for some emails||SPAM|
|What you take when the disc finishes — unofficially||OFFTHERECORD|