Su­per Cryptic

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1 Deserts and is put back in the tower (6) 4 Hold­ing a green ticket for the jour­neys (8) 10 A colonist, he de­cides (7) 11 In view of the French in­va­sion, say noth­ing (7) 12 Bark, “It’s a place in Ire­land” (4) 13 Tak­ing cer­tain steps (4-6) 16 Com­plained that the woman had taken a right turn (6) 17 Many cut a fig­ure (7) 20 At­tack a man in the out­houses (7) 21 Don’t win in the court room (6) 24 So ex­cited ev­ery mem­ber of the choir sang sharp? (3,5,2) 25 Drink when un­happy (4) 27 Pre­tend to anaes­thetise (4,3) 29 Bet Ann’s put out a feeler (7) 30 A cold and a strangely bar­ren part of Aus­tralia (8) 31 Talked of hav­ing parted wrongly (6) 1 What you need when you’re sick and tired of some­thing? (4-4) 2 Is it for shoot­ing fish? (5-6) 3 An­noy and up­set Bert with a ter­ri­ble out­come (4) 5 Came back and mended the sewer in it (8) 6 The bac­te­ria are pink, miss (10) 7 Drink that doesn’t give you gout! (3) 8 Hangs on to the dol­lar or doesn’t hang on to it! (6) 9 What you catch in an al­lFrench river (5) 14 “Bad news,” as the dancer said, stand­ing on his part­ner’s dress? (5,4,2) 15 It doesn’t leave you weak with laugh­ter (6,4) 18 The teller’s watch (8) 19 Sup­port the flag (8) 22 A blue jacket and a coat on the road (6) 23 Sing to an in­di­vid­ual like your­self (5) 26 Use a spoon for the por­ridge (4) 28 Hav­ing taken the bag out, cook­ing for the fam­ily (3)

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