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September 14 2017, Evening Standard - Cryptic

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Has he winning ways?
Send on a voyage
Distribute something like butter
New name? Lisa shiftily takes one
It doesn't normally grow up
They dishearten the rabbits, the beasts!
At school, perhaps, an extract of buttermilk
Toothy girl?
Catch with an outright blow
Experts at cracking a case?
What the punter did with twice the amount of duplicity?
An opening to think over
Always a feature of transitive verbs
Drinking makes him so thick-headed!
One's destiny as a well-rounded sweetheart
All that's left of a broken bust?
Remedy for a dog with a sore tail
A feast, so how can it be a refusal?
Walk the street with a sailorly gait
Busy finding an opening in fuel distribution
Exciting events in Madras
Alessandro Scarlatti's first name
One can ride in it, as a rule
Much time is taken up in obtuse games
The knight of old could see through it easily enough
Carry up some tracks
Speaks of love with distraught tears
Ointment made with water
Can't he keep up with prison life?
Amid a media storm, the lady made history
Travelling salesman allowed an early start, fully loaded
Small flap in a table
Go very softly around central Harlesden
Sorry to run short of fuel, somehow
Swear at the skinhead interrupting medical treatment
The little woman's point
Has she had her day?
Maybe Harry keeps throwing things!
He wants money from Southend United!
Laser production in France
Welshman sweet to the Americans
Goes along for a game
It's bulbous and down to earth
James's word of honour?

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