Evening Standard Cryptic March 17 2017 Crossword Answers

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  • Arrive bearing a new lip make up
  • Thought to be spirit I’d poured neat into
  • An invention brought in by a foreigner
  • No good at all in the point-to-point
  • Father’s got the makings of a true bacteriologist
  • Digging for gold, set a trap in
  • Utter lady, the Queen
  • Was very fond of the odd ramble, round about half term
  • A mutt caught in cheating
  • Inordinately, over and over again
  • States a quarter are opposed to it
  • Where you land a good right and then a left
  • A gun holster?
  • Grits one’s teeth and smiles when the day is through
  • Round the hole the small runners race
  • Quick to attack the soft heart
  • The car flattens it
  • Open at the above time
  • Understand it’s safe to carry a gun with it
  • Divers are always covered in salt
  • For her, it’s hard to turn round inside
  • Send the pinger back
  • On the subject of viewing
  • Either hides or allows the public to see
  • Did the same when the fish pie came in
  • Such a pace as the smack travels at?
  • A good beginning for the fledgling?
  • Later, when the hornet flies onto the coat
  • They bite, kiddies!
  • Ignored the past-its-prime port
  • At this point we’re told to listen
  • Came by, or was given, a name
  • In the oven cut up, sir, melting, or rendering
  • Seem affronted by ‘The British are slackers’
  • Arrives after the act, to have a drink
  • First I took Latin – I got ploughed
  • How you could tell straightaway someone was irritated?
  • Ordinary or extraordinary speed at which a train moves
  • An inky finger mark on the drawing?
  • Intend, also, to get into the group
  • In return I tease mum for looking gaudy
  • Answered that it’s wrong to have a grass border
  • Give to the girl-friend on entering
  • Bump into the daughter taking the dog out
  • To put the fellow in the shade would be kind
  • Regard as a selling point for the estate agent