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The Telegraph - Cryptic Mar 08 2002

A jogger when others are playing PROMPTER
A man has little alternative after turning 'green' TREVOR
A portion of prunes is chosen, naturally, as a laxative SENNA
A rod for fresh-water fish PERCH
A writer - heartless rogue, and stout REPORTER
Application of lace - never ruffled RELEVANCE
Can't be taken in? There's no answer to that! INSOLUBLE
Collection of horses for the boss STUD
Confidential information put about within cliques SECRETS
Debate, cast vote, and lark about TALKOVER
Doctor sick of bore DRILL
Encourage to get in alcoholic drink INSPIRIT
Far from well-educated under a new arrangement UNREAD
Give the impression of being a very quiet listener APPEAR
He'll flit around, showing a light touch in disorder GADABOUT
Housing for people of mature years in principle TENEMENT
Irish fellow plainly much attached to an old house ORANGEMAN
Last month or the present time DECEMBER
Plug organised sport, including fitness training STOPPER
Pronounce complete UTTER
Rats let loose can cause alarm STARTLE
Restriction the country's to bring back REINSTATE
Sat on the staff over a certain point RODE
Sorted out and kept in reserve STORED
Sums up sound woodworking tools ADZE
The bar backed this perjurer LIAR
The way young attendant goes around a ship PASSAGE
They give their support to British lines - and others SLEEPERS
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