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1.   TV producer (5)   1.   Fortunate even without so much in retirement (7)
             
4.   Agrees to have two hundred different pets (7)   2.   Angry perhaps to be dining out with a worker (9)
             
8.   Object to last point (3)   3.   Tube holding a gold coin (5)
             
9.   Tiny trace dug out; you can bet on it (9)   4.   A variety of bread to grind (6)
             
10.   Saw about the digs ? (7)   5.   Talk about Spanish river transport (7)
             
11.   Suggest I am to practise a trade apparently (5)   6.   Beastly accommodation for a writer (3)
             
13.   Shortage put right in the end (6)   7.   It's a bit fishy lying in such a nervous manner (5)
             
15.   Tastes differ in America (6)   12.   New order for a top range secures regular trade (9)
             
18.   In all it reduces capacity (5)   14.   She turns Eastern hearts (7)
             
19.   Their work is bound to receive public attention (7)   16.   Force one to hang about instead of going to work (7)
             
21.   Blue printing activities in action (9)   17.   Hesitated to have father taken advantage of (6)
             
23.   An expert gives excellent service (3)   18.   Youth with the French spoon (5)
             
24.   A gem of a green (7)   20.   Varied diets for various seasons (5)
             
25.   Horse stepped very softly out (5)   22.   Talkative bird that is quiet to begin with (3)
             
 
     
 
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