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The Telegraph - Cryptic Oct 31 2011

A young crab? NIPPER
Abandoned ship DERELICT
Acts as a superintendent abroad, we hear OVERSEES
Dishonest dealer CARDSHARP
Disturbance in court, perhaps RUCTION
Don't miss what is said to be a slogan CATCHWORD
Enter into an American business contract with ancient city INCUR
Erect a palindrome PUTUP
Fashion creation producing feedback REACTION
Girl showing caution PRUDENCE
Go for gold, in anticipation PROSPECT
He can't love, fake and betray CHEATON
He gives notice, having to work when others are playing CRITIC
He won't take steps to maintain silence TAPDANCER
Hollywood success means nothing to Mark OSCAR
It plays without music FOUNTAIN
Man on board who shows the way DIRECTOR
Many in good time plainly seen CLEARLY
Maybe Ned does right to get confirmed ENDORSED
Nothing disturbed bees like being overweight OBESE
On the mat, she almost gives gesture of indifference SHRUG
Part of the church in a pseudo-Gothic style APSE
She's quite happy to show her bloomers! FLORIST
Substitute for Peter McLean REPLACEMENT
Tender put up for capital statue EROS
The significance of what you bring in IMPORT
Those that do will presumably have a mortgage, though it's horrid ABHORRENT
U.S. sweetheart gets whistles TOOTS
Wood and metal container on the beach ASHORE
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