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Crossword 1259

By Geoff Millin

Across
7 A titular bishop with a civil post and old car disintegrating (5-9)
10 Traveller in the Eternal City rejected its oldruler (7)
11 Eulogies once rendered with purpose looking back (7)
12 Recipe, a page in summary (5)
14 A believer in souls loses first quarter becominga lover of ceremony (9)
15 A sweet dancer (7)
17 Spanish fighter with a friend to love, both cut short (7)
18 RE result C upset teachers (9)
20 ...

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