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|Bond following hit comedy||SLAPSTICK|
|Brothers over six feet? Too much to ask||TALLORDER|
|Certain island behind fraud||CONCRETE|
|Collar uneven, by the sound of it?||RUFF|
|Crossword writer’s work background||SETTING|
|Don: boy biting cheek||SLIPON|
|Drunk has arrived — ha!||SOTHERE|
|Endless cricket initially boring as tennis, surprisingly||INCESSANT|
|Firmly established capitals of Togo, Eritrea and Djibouti found on map||PLANTED|
|Fruit pots from China||SATSUMA|
|Jelly, equally still||ASPIC|
|Listening to children, give up||CEDE|
|Lower a rail so diverted underneath church||CHAROLAIS|
|Material on floor in prison I levered up||LINO|
|Minister plugging domestic work record||DIRECTORY|
|Natural reaction isn’t unusual in case of cat||INSTINCT|
|OK taking touch before heavy weight lifted||NOTBAD|
|Party nominators toyed with desperate choice (3,4,2,1,5)||ANYPORTINASTORM|
|Perfect, best boy behind you, finally||UTOPIAN|
|Pester hearty on tour of ship||HASSLE|
|Rank deal: more cut off||EARLDOM|
|Red mullet’s tail by itself, cooked||LEFTIST|
|Rounding first of defenders, briefly follow winger||GODWIT|
|Salute, installing leader of government in nautical post||TOPMAST|
|Standard features with military badge||STARSANDSTRIPES|
|The same ludicrous papers sent over||DITTO|
|Therefore, one in airport has found way out||SOLUTION|
|Very rare comic||PRICELESS|