CRYPTIC CLUES

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1 Football hooli­gan does dam­age to Barcelona say (10) 6 The record is held by the District of Columbia (4) 10 Some­thing worn be­fore a match (5) 11 Waves of fresh aid in­cluded in the quota (9) 12 You do what you like with it (4,4) 13 Avoid yield­ing a trick (5) 15 Get straight on pa­rade again? (7) 17 Saw lots per­haps but be the last to fin­ish (7) 19 Not many can pro­vide a word of op­po­site mean­ing (7) 21 Re­duce each dam­aged pen (7) 22 A joint to keep watch on (5) 24 A range of crum­pets (8) 27 Don’t for­get to have an­other get-to­gether (9) 28 Yet it may be quite a pedes­trian clause (5) 29 One changes colour re­port­edly in press­ing (4) 30 Man of prin­ci­ple (10)

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1 Spare hus­band (4) 2 Quick to see a verb’s not ir­reg­u­lar (9) 3 The French hail-and-farewell (5) 4 Some charge put on wine (7) 5 They are used to sort out puz­zles (7) 7 BC Greek poem dis­cov­ered in 1501 AD (5) 8 Har­mony in a mu­si­cal in­stru­ment (10) 9 Worker gets a cer­tain amount that’s gen­er­ous (8) 14 A sphere lack­ing real­ity (5,5) 16 Any in let out nat­u­rally (8) 18 Once beaten, ex­plained ev­ery­thing (9) 20 We hear he needs peo­ple (7) 21 The ache so placed is nat­u­rally spot­ted (7) 23 Risk hav­ing a dog at home (5) 25 Drum used in both rumba and samba (5) 26 Wild rose - the sym­bol of love (4)

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