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Fi­nan­cially, and oth­er­wise, it en­ables you to stand on your own feet (7) Gets ex­cited or re­verts to es­tab­lished habits (6) Lady, per­haps, who prof­its from her bloomers (7) 10. The club for swing­ing

types (6) 11. It hangs about in the

cold (6) 12. Look­ing an­gry, be­ing let

down (8) 18. I plan too hap­haz­ardly but it’s a mat­ter of choice (8) 20. For a doc­tor to live wildly

is ab­surd (6) 21. De­stroy a grave

per­haps (6) 22. Broad­cast a tirade,

per­haps (7) 23. He pays out money for

an in­former (6) 24. The rest of one’s

days (7) 4. 8. 9. It’s meant to be read, so make it clear (7) In poor health - re­sult of a car ac­ci­dent? (3,4) Go off to find an­other part­ner (6) It’s O.K., there’s no-one left (3,5) Dex­ter­ous, but for a doc­tor there’s noth­ing to it (6) Throw the French in a strong­hold (6) 13. What the bride says af­ter­wards to a great ad­mirer (8) 14. Nec­es­sar­ily in­volves a

si­lent re­for­ma­tion (7) 15. Mov­ing briskly from one

bar to an­other (7) 16. Elab­o­rately adorned or

un­usu­ally neat (6) 17. Re­frains from be­ing so

avid per­haps (6) 19. I spoil the games

fig­u­ra­tively speak­ing (6) 1. 2. 3. 5. 6. 7. This puz­zle has no clues. In­stead, ev­ery num­ber printed in the grid rep­re­sents a let­ter, with the same num­ber al­ways rep­re­sent­ing the same let­ter. For ex­am­ple, if 8 turns out to be a V, you can write in V wher­ever a square con­tains 8. Us­ing your knowl­edge of words, com­plete the puz­zle.

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