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The Telegraph - Cryptic Jul 13 2005

A fabric in dispute ATISSUE
Apartheid, say, upset Saint George SEGREGATION
Cancel the right to go in peace ERASE
Carry to terrible extremes TOTE
Cost in damage of a strike TOLL
Deliberately contrived outburst of criminality? PRISONBREAK
Experience less energy UNDERGO
Feel very low from a tropical disease YELLOWFEVER
Food produced in layers EGGS
Furniture worker provides arm-rest in pure weave UPHOLSTERER
Gallery of immortals GODS
Look determined, but defeated LOSTOUT
Magazines laid so price may be seen PERIODICALS
Meadow has first of primroses in spring LEAP
No doubt many yarns have been spun about it SPINDLE
Old woman tickled to death? TROUT
One the soldier returns to after leave UNIT
One who throws out a dud cheque BOUNCER
Part of a building - birds may be on it WING
Remains of a general? LEES
Rising employment included a brother of Jacob ESAU
Sold at auction or demolished KNOCKEDDOWN
Stockholder? STOREKEEPER
Sweet bird's note cut short TWEE
Tend not to be on the level INCLINE
The bill offenders may have to face in court BEAK
They absorb hearsay, and vice-versa EARS
They close openings for bribes BUNGS
Tidy up legal issue and accept blame in court Pleadguilty
Unusual spite shown by the French in a letter EPISTLE
Wise man follows university practice USAGE
You won't hear a sound out of it EARSHOT
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