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The Guardian - Cryptic crossword Apr 20 2005

Actor working 9 to 5? NIVEN
Always keeping turn up in sequence of turns REVUE
Appropriate amount recorded TAKE
Banner displaying duchess's home back in Rome, perhaps ORIFLAMME
By some accounts, she rendered martyrdom almost universal MARYTUDOR
Clown the suspected cause of downfall at Brighton? PIERROT
Collector's tipple - steroid cocktail? LEPIDOPTERIST
Cornered market for magic herb bearing no flower MONOPOLY
Current articles about marines written on laptop THERMAL
Departed the stage, being offensive OBSCENE
Diner in good hands covering academic administrative area GREATERLONDON
Earns about 50 euros, which is a setback RELAPSE
Fish has a flash of inspiration IDEA
Hooker reportedly in bed with armed band COHORT
Likely loser unfortunately grounded UNDERDOG
Oratory's lacquering done badly GRANDILOQUENCE
Publisher and writer putting arm round compiler PENGUIN
Release from service of French mafia? DEMOB
Sat up, binding knight to computer DESKTOP
Second small volume: 'Love is a Disease' SCLEROSIS
Selection involving East German full of energy, supplier of bounce POGOSTICK
Signal to take in scholar, one of no fixed abode NOMAD
South wind dropped without resembling correspondent from 3? DISGUSTED
Spooner's resentful listener is an antisocial character LITTERBUG
Unter Den Linden initially contrived to make slow progress TRUNDLE
Whence 7, dull English brigadier initially writes off? TUNBRIDGEWELLS
Withdraw upended spud without hesitation RETREAT
Worker catches disease on leave ABSENT
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