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|Anagram in that clue omitting L? True||AUTHENTIC|
|Bugs enter chest in opposing directions||NARKS|
|Capsized glossy boats||KEELS|
|Centre in Bordeaux housing big silo to recycle refuse||DISOBLIGE|
|Cleanser customer emptied in vessel||SCRUB|
|Covered in wounds, not totally afraid around weapons||SCIMITARS|
|Cross men seek to confound cover-ups||SMOKESCREENS|
|Deed reportedly you sign for assessors||ACTUARIES|
|Destroy quiet, primarily rural parts||ERASE|
|Environmentally bad bar vainly struggling for registration||ENROLMENT|
|Exhibit hospital in broadcast item||SHOWPIECE|
|I’m frustrated because dog hides when ready to return||FORPETESSAKE|
|I’m getting old, short and fairly regularly ignored — it’s not real!||IMAGINARY|
|Large beast in grass; be aware, we’re told||RHINO|
|Learner in school is John, perhaps||ELTON|
|Marker that’s raised Scots kid’s initially downgraded mark||CAIRN|
|Money from selling small pies||TURNOVERS|
|Moving book recalled Scottish island lake||EMOTIONAL|
|Naive daughter tucked into spicy dish, not half keen||CHILDLIKE|
|Occasionally take against guard||AEGIS|
|One speeding about, vehicle coming north||RACER|
|Sage butter is hideous to sample||RISHI|
|Sense leader in country should be demoted||TASTE|
|Single people new in hostelry getting drunk with ale||LONELYHEARTS|
|The poorest orders in hierarchy are given here||UNDERCLASSES|
|Undesirable duck sauce||PESTO|
|Worry about one on popular junction||INTERFACE|
|Wrinkling and hair falling out||FURROWING|