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January 24 2020, Evening Standard - Cryptic

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Better than, when it comes to carving?
Favouring the suggestion to have advertising
A little notice
Write “Trapped right in the awful claws”
Gads about with the big noises
Give credit for, which is characteristic
Claimed to have been urged to get hold of
Leak, you understand, to the paper
The lady at the hotel, with the case
Dry and clear, for a start
Calm when it was called for
A list of those on board?
In that case, get to the point
Recover from the paroxysm of anger, to embrace one
Having a right, we’re told, to commendation
The cruel Mr Green
Fought to protect the worker. It’s justified
Disputed the necessity for carrying a gun
Gauging just how bad the reprimand was?
Complain about the food?
Going off, then, to refit a vessel
Because the rendering is included in one’s dislikes
Pussy-footing lackeys?
Unexpectedly having run short of little boy’s clothes?
Decide, though it’s close
To males, one represents danger
Dessert order one wouldn’t get in a mess
Figure the advertisement should show a bed
Felt mad
How the biased team member viewed things?
Things sometimes will need a final adjustment
From the pictures I figure how old people are
When I entered, spoke low
A possibility of promotion and accommodation in the penthouse
On two accounts, I get a plant
Getting the idea it’s becoming the rage
Does “Let the meter run” sound, perhaps, great?
Assume you’ll agree to stand
Promising when back, ourselves, to call on
Ordered as planned be forehand
Tied up and not allowed to eat
The way to speak – if you want to sound tongue-tied!
Anything but a terrible thug
Nevertheless, it makes sense, to a man

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