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Where the best cards are prop­erly looked af­ter (2,4,5) 9. He meant to sort out a

haz­ard to min­ers (7) 10. Al­low some­body to come in to make a con­fes­sion (5) 11. Byron do­lor­ously in­cludes a mu­si­cal piece (5) 12. En­large wide­spread

ep­i­thet in va­ri­ety (7) 13. Sys­tem of forces ap­plied

to south­ern lock (6) 15. Brown tribes in

dis­or­der (6) 18. You’ll find me in di­lap­i­dated mines of great size (7) 20 & 7Dn. What the stamp coun­ter­feiter cre­ates! (5,11) 22. In the main, one tune­ful

group (5) 23. First of all he’s an ex­pert

in oral ex­am­i­na­tions (7) 24. Clear profit by the woman’s es­tates in the coun­try (11) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. No con­tainer sent back for gas (5) An al­ter­na­tive rota’s re­ar­ranged for the speak­ers (7) Pre­vent the bed get­ting full up (6) East­ern po­ten­tate elected re­peat­edly (5) The fault of rough tide round the French sea (7) See 20 Across In any case, not ab­sent from any func­tion (2,3,6) 14. Tell a fan­ci­ful tale from Cre­mona (7) 16. A lit­tle child with a Span­ish princess (7) 17. Put in a busi­ness of­fer that’s cer­tainly not tough (6) 19. Make a scratch score! (5) 21. One sur­rounded by fat landowner (5) 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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