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1.   Weapon provided gratis for the self-employed ? (5)   2.   One element which may be split into many (8)
             
8.   Book for the opera (8)   3.   Proves it's a trick some companies follow (8)
             
9.   Overcharge for an injection (5)   4.   Dull and mild as can be (6)
             
10.   Phoney admission of poverty takes in a good man (8)   5.   Decline to fall in love (5)
             
11.   A medical man takes it on the way round (5)   6.   A new taste put into words (5)
             
12.   Wooden core of a steel mast (3)   7.   A lot of people are said to be in the store (5)
             
16.   Creature found wild in Manila (6)   12.   Priest quite absorbed in his religion (3)
             
17.   Cats in the pound (6)   13.   Clean up a large number at work (3)
             
18.   It's the devil in him perhaps (3)   14.   Do we turn switch to produce current ? (8)
             
23.   Cat in middle of well is in awkward position (5)   15.   Get heir a settlement he expects (8)
             
24.   It's very hard to make them stay in order (8)   19.   Might number clues in the wrong order (6)
             
25.   Power of the second eleven (5)   20.   At hospital pray possibly for a greedy woman (5)
             
26.   To be fair don't fail the clever ones (8)   21.   Set against Gaelic language poetry (5)
             
27.   Clean up in a gamble (5)   22.   A school principal who looks to the future (5)
             
 
     
 
 

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