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1 Ju­nior Scouts go round Ed­in­burgh at first to find sugar lumps (5) 4 Be un­faith­ful to a lover a cou­ple of hours af­ter mid­night? (3-4) 8 Barred, like all ze­bras, from the first ripe dates (7) 9 Was feel­ing un­well when Ms Smith the TV cook re­tired (5) 10 A plot about Italy’s first air­man (5) 11 Ini­tially recog­nised Andy’s nutty old fe­male friend and left quickly (3,3) 14 Quar­rel and quib­ble when a rogue throws the ring away (5) 16 A store of some of the nicest ash­trays (5) 18 De­mand to see what the McLaughlin sis­ters have hid­den (6) 21 Lead­ers of many uni­ver­si­ties re­ally adore Leonardo’s wall art (5) 24 No­body makes an ap­pear­ance from the Dunoon event (2,3) 25 Play­ing around with beer and a cig? It’s dan­ger­ous at sea (7) 26 Very in­tense when taken out of con­text – re­mem­ber? (7) 27 Start to bake some sweet pas­try treats (5) 1 Swear man­ager’s suc­ces­sor has to show up shortly (4) 2 It’s the sound of a mad dog – ex­clude Stephen, the night­mare novel guy (7) 3 Have sneak­ing sus­pi­cion when Sue pops out (7) 4 Messy D-I-Y af­ter the 3rd of Oc­to­ber – now it’s neat as a pin (4) 5 A ham is served up un­der an egg in this big Ne­braskan city (5) 6 Raised in a cool gin­ger­bread house in the far north (5) 7 and 22 Where to find an an­gler’s hook – the ter­mi­nus of a rail­way per­haps (3,2,3,4) 12 Be­tween nine and eleven hauled up the fish­ing equip­ment (3) 13 The calm per­se­ver­ance needed when tak­ing a nice pet out (8) 15 Con­tin­u­ous cuts upset a small place of learn­ing… (3) 16 …and sadly stunted some­one in higher ed­u­ca­tion (7) 17 A mate is tak­ing Rugby Union up – and he’s not paid (7) 19 Tubby or tough with a very dark beer (5) 20 Sick­ened when the kid left with an ar­gu­ment in pub­lic (5) 22 See 7 23 Omelette in­gre­di­ents – caviar, for ex­am­ple (4)

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