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|A German newspaper retracted spontaneous comment||ADLIB|
|Actress called Greta amazing as chic lead in Camille||SCACCHI|
|Argue about your old mayor?||WORTHY|
|Bird of prey alights around part of Scotland||LOWLANDS|
|Cheats involved cruel boss in scams||DOUBLECROSSES|
|Cohort fighting on horseback around Spain||AGEGROUP|
|Composer protege of Gabriel Garcia Marquez?||ELGAR|
|Consider extremely elegant hairstyle||MULLET|
|Disappear with Romeo in Japan?||VARNISH|
|Disguise for jailbreaker in famous tale from Hollywood strip||LAUNDRESS|
|Dog not second class but it’s well below par||EAGLE|
|Fellow goes round motorway in what might be battered Fiat||COMMAND|
|Good university disco includes One Direction||GUIDANCE|
|Hair raising devices for sailors||LOCKS|
|I’m Carton in disguise as Darnay perhaps||ROMANTIC|
|One getting rid of vermin has way of working with consumer||MOUSER|
|One has no intention of buying computer system with large storage facility||WINDOWSHOPPER|
|One reluctant to mate perhaps has the makings of a parent||PANDA|
|Organised special op controlled by bishop||EPISCOPAL|
|Peace gesture that will come to a ‘sticky’ end||OLIVEBRANCH|
|Simple conundrum for Sherlock?||HOMESPUN|
|Student found with ecstasy after arrest gets stir||BUSTLE|
|Suffer because of dog||INCUR|
|Teacher’s perhaps to express contempt for one working||DISTILLER|
|They fix pitch to get bats out with a spinner||PIANOTUNERS|
|What can make meats tender is attached to this||STEAMLOCO|
|Who Wooster might have addressed bald one casually||OLDBEAN|
|Writer believed to have written all the works of Shakespeare||QUILLPEN|