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ENGLISHPRIMROSE YELLOW FLOWERS OF SPRING
ENGLISHBULLDOGS CANINES WITH PUSHED-IN NOSES
ENGLISHALPHABET IT'S ENTIRELY REPRESENTED IN THIS PUZZLE GRID
BASICENGLISH PROGRAMMER'S 850-WORD VOCABULARY?
ENGLISH THIS AUSSIE SINGER HAD A HIT WITH THE SERIES ALL TOGETHER NOW
ENGLISH 14-POINT TYPE
JOHNNYENGLISH FICTIONAL SPY PORTRAYED BY ROWAN ATKINSON IN A SERIES OF PARODY FILMS: 2 WDS.
BODYENGLISH GRAMMAR CLASS TAUGHT BY JESSE VENTURA?
ENGLISH ___ CHANNEL, ARM OF THE ATLANTIC OCEAN LINKED WITH THE NORTH SEA BY THE STRAIT OF DOVER
ENGLISHMUFF GRAMMATICAL MISTAKE?
ENGLISHWOMAN NATIVE OR NATURALIZED INHABITANT OF ENGLAND
ENGLISHSPEAKING FLUENT IN A GERMANIC TONGUE
ENGLISH "WE TURN FOR A SHORT TIME FROM THE TOPICS OF THE DAY TO COMMEMORATE, IN ALL LOVE AND REVERENCE, THE
ENGLISHMUFFIN BREAKFAST BREAD
ENGLISH LANGUAGE OF TWO OF THIS PUZZLE'S ATTACHED STRINGS
ENGLISHMAJOR HIGH-RANKING BRITISH OFFICER?
ENGLISH COMMON LANGUAGE
ENGLISH EUROPEAN LANGUAGE
ENGLISHFOOD YORKSHIRE PUDDING OR BANGERS AND MASH
ENGLISHARTICLE AN
ENGLISH 'HE KNOWS NO FEAR, HE KNOWS NO DANGER, HE KNOWS NOTHING' WAS THE TAGLINE FOR THIS 2003 SPY-SPOOF STA
ENGLISH LIBRARY SIGN LIGHTS ONCE, IF IN POSITION.
ENGLISHBETA HONEY MAKER
ENGLISH BACKSPIN OR TOPSPIN
ENGLISH WIDELY-SPOKEN LANGUAGE
ENGLISH HIGH SCHOOL CLASS
ENGLISH WORLD LANGUAGE
ENGLISHIVY CONVENTRY CLIMBER
ENGLISHWALNUT A COMMON NAME OF THE DECIDUOUS TREE JUGLANS REGIA WHICH PRODUCES NUTRIENT-RICH KERNELS THAT CAN BE P
KSENGLISH "PROPER" SPEECH
BOROUGHENGLISH UK TOWNEE'S DIALECT FOR OLD TYPE OF INHERITANCE?
ENGLISH AN OFFICIAL LANGUAGE OF THE REPUBLIC OF INDIA
ENGLISHWOMAN WASHING LEMON (ANAG) - NATIVE-BORN INHABITANT OF YORKSHIRE, SAY
ENGLISHWALNUT IT HAS A KERNEL
REVERSEENGLISH BILLIARDS TECHNIQUE
ENGLISHSCYTHE ANTIQUE TOOL HUNG ON SOME PUB WALLS
ENGLISHTRIFLE LAYERS OF SHERRY-SOAKED TORTE, HOMEMADE CUSTARD AND FRUIT SERVED CHILLED IN A GIANT STEM GLASS
ENGLISH - HORN; THE COR ANGLAIS
ENGLISHMEN "ASHES TEAM MEMBERS ALL OUT BY NOON"
ENGLISH SPIN ON A CUE BALL
PUTENGLISHONIT SPIN, AS A CUE BALL, AND HOW TO ANSWER EACH STARRED CLUE IN THIS PUZZLE?
ENGLISHWOMEN IT'S SPOKEN IN THESE PARTS BY HALF THE POPULATION AND FEMALES IN LIVERPOOL
PLANEENGLISH DEFINITION OF 'PILOT TALK'?
ENGLISHPATIENT 1996 FILM WITH 12 OSCAR NOMINATIONS
ENGLISHMEN IT'S ON THE TIP OF ONE'S TONGUE MEETING LADS WITH SOME OF THE NEIGHBOUR'S CROWD
ENGLISHLIT NORTON ANTHOLOGY FOCUS, FOR SHORT
BODYENGLISH TWISTS AND TURNS IN A BOWLING ALLEY
ENGLISH JACK KEROUAC'S SECOND LANGUAGE
OFANENGLISHMAN SEE 3-DOWN
INENGLISHTHAT PART THREE OF THE BRAINTEASER
ENGLISH GHANA'S OFFICIAL LANGUAGE
ENGLISHMAN 'AND IT'S GREATLY TO HIS CREDIT, THAT HE IS AN ___' (GILBERT)
ENGLISHBARRIER HADRIAN'S WALL?
ENGLISH SPIN IMPARTED TO A BILLIARD BALL
ENGLISH FROM KENT OR DEVON
ENGLISHMAN 'FOR HE HIMSELF HAS SAID IT, AND IT'S GREATLY TO HIS CREDIT, THAT HE IS AN ___' (WS GILBERT)
ENGLISHMUFFINS BREAKFAST CHOICE
KINGSENGLISH LIT CLASS AVAILABLE AT A PENNSYLVANIA COLLEGE?
ENGLISHMEN WELSH NEIGHBOURS, IN A MANNER OF SPEAKING, SHORTLY RETURN TO HEALTH
REVERSEENGLISH BILLIARDS APPLICATION
ENGLISH SEE 10
BODYENGLISH MOTILITY
ENGLISH - SETTER; BREED OF GUN DOG
ENGLISHBULLDOGS STURDY THICKSET SHORT-HAIRED BREED OF PUPS
BODYENGLISH Ball bearing influencer?
ENGLISH Singer who showed his acting skills in Against the Wind
ENGLISHBREAKFAST HOT COOKED START TO THE DAY
ENGLISHMEN Mad Dogs And ---, a song written by Noel Coward
ENGLISH Rowan Atkinson character, Johnny ...
MADDOGSANDENGLISHMEN JOE COCKER TOUR FILM
ENGLISH LIKE PORK PIE AND CLOTTED CREAM
ENGLISH Eccentric single with obligation to wear heavy hot stuff
ENGLISHLAVENDER SACHET SCENT
ENGLISHCHURCH CHURCH OF ENGLAND
ENGLISHLIGHT Illumination at Buckingham Palace?
ENGLISH SOME OF US EARTHLINGS DON'T NEED ART NOUVEAU!
QUEENSENGLISH Language used at an Oxford college?
THEROLLINGENGLISHROAD The steady and continuous native way that Chesterton wrote
BOROUGHENGLISH Inheritance system upset old boy, leading to coarse language
ANDENGLISHMEN "MAD DOGS ___," NOEL COWARD VERSE
KINGSENGLISH CORRECT WAY TO SPEAK, PRE-1952?
ENGLISH Pool hall spin
ENGLISHMNEMONIC Learning technique in a US citizenship class?
ENGLISH KIND OF MUFFIN
ENGLISHMAN In a manner of speaking, worker lives in a castle traditionally
ENGLISHWOMAN Lady from his neighbouring land mostly going with Welshman, oddly
THEENGLISHPATIENT RALPH FIENNES 30A THIS 1996 FILM, AS A HUNGARIAN CARTOGRAPHER
ENGLISH WORLD'S THIRD MOST SPOKEN LANGUAGE
ENGLISHLIT COLLEGE MAJOR WITH LOTS OF READING
ENGLISH This lingo could be translated from shingle
ENGLISHHERITAGE Conservationists restore elegant high-rise
ENGLISH One of the official languages of South Africa
ENGLISH WHAT ABOUT SLINGSHOT FOR BREAKFAST?
QUEENSENGLISH Correct standard diction
ENGLISH School subject for learning sentences and words
ENGLISH IT IS 14-POINT TYPE THAT WE SPEAK
ENGLISHSETTERS Pets for Twiggy
ENGLISH WE UNDERSTAND IT TO BE COMMUNICATIVE
MADDOGSANDENGLISHMEN Coward's words that have incensed poms
ENGLISHMAN SOME EUROPEAN HE MALIGNS MISGUIDEDLY? LITTLE NEW IN THAT
ENGLISHMEN Company for rabid canines
ENGLISH SCHOOL SUBJECT
ENGLISHMAN Kingsley Amis novel whose central character is Roger Micheldene
ENGLISHMAN PLANTAIN IS REFERRED TO AS THE 'FOOT' OF THIS KIND OF PERSON!
ENGLISHCOTTAGE Subject for artist Thomas Kinkade
ENGLISHHORN ORCHESTRA MEMBER
EARLYENGLISH STYLE OF ARCHITECTURE
BODYENGLISH "SPIN" THAT REALLY HAS NO EFFECT
ENGLISH LANGUAGE FROM HIS GLEN IS NOT STRAIGHTFORWARD
KINGSENGLISH Queen's english
ENGLISH ___ horn; the cor anglais
ENGLISHWOMEN OUR LADIES ADJUSTING GOWN'S HEMLINE
ENGLISH Single problem, hard language
ENGLISH Language used by Riding School
QUEENSENGLISH PROPER SPEECH
ENGLISHMUFFIN BREAKFAST ITEM
ENGLISH Tongue's no good in chutney that's dispensed with starter
PIDGINENGLISH SIMPLIFIED LANGUAGE
ENGLISH Widely used language
ENGLISHMUFF BUNGLED ATTEMPT TO MAKE A BALL SPIN?
ENGLISH BODY ___ LANGUAGE
ENGLISH HORN COR ANGLAIS
ENGLISHHORN COR ANGLAIS
ENGLISH A CROATIAN REFUGEE FAMILY WERE THE FOCUS OF THE 1996 MOVIE, BROKEN ...
ANENGLISHPOPSTAR RIDDLE, PART 5
ENGLISHHORN WOODWIND INSTRUMENT
ENGLISH 'He knows no fear, he knows no danger, he knows nothing' was the tagline for this 2003 spy-spoof starring Rowan Atkinson, Johnny ...
ENGLISH LANGUAGE
ENGLISH PART 8 OF TODAY'S QUOTE
ENGLISH International language, by assumption
THEROLLINGENGLISHROAD G. K. CHESTERTON POEM
ENGLISH SETTER BREED OF DOG
ENGLISHSETTER BREED OF DOG
ENGLISH SINGLE CHANGE TO HARD SPEECH
ENGLISHFOXHOUND DOVER MAN'S BEST FRIEND?
ENGLISH Modern ___
ENGLISHTEXTBOOK In this, a "." is a "period"
ENGLISHHORNS CORS ANGLAIS
ENGLISH SEE 6
ENGLISH SEE 4
ENGLISHMUFFIN MORNING SIDE
AMERICAN ENGLISH REINTERPRETATION OF ANGLICANISM HERE IN THE WORDS OF MARTIN LUTHER KING, SAY?
ENGLISH Important school subject
ENGLISH SPIN
OLD ENGLISH ANGLO-SAXON LANGUAGE
OLDENGLISH ANGLO-SAXON LANGUAGE
ENGLISH With 39 Across, water north of France
PIDGINENGLISH HYBRID LANGUAGE
PARLATHEENGLISH Colin's confused query in Como?
MIDDLE ENGLISH 12TH TO 15TH CENTURY LANGUAGE
ENGLISH BREAKFAST HOT COOKED START TO THE DAY
ENGLISH British fellow returns to have sling reset
ENGLISH Single out character sometimes dropped in language
ENGLISHLANGUAGE IT'S ALL THE TALK OF LIVERPOOL, IN A MANNER OF SPEAKING
ENGLISH Single shot by Henry from European country
ENGLISH WORLD'S THIRD-MOST SPOKEN LANGUAGE
ENGLISH LANGUAGE NO GOOD IN PRIEST'S HOLE INITIALLY
ENGLISH American side used such language!
QUEENSENGLISH CORRECT BRITISH SPEECH
ENGLISHMAN TYPICAL MALE TIMES READER WHO LIVES IN A CASTLE
ENGLISH CHAUCER'S TONGUE
ENGLISHMUFFIN COUNTRY FARE?
ENGLISH WHAT MANY FULBRIGHT SCHOLARS TEACH IN OTHER COUNTRIES
AMERICANENGLISH IN WHICH OUR CONCLUSIONS ARE OFTEN NON-U
ENGLISH LANGUAGE OF THE ANSWERS TO THIS PUZZLE'S UNICLUES
ENGLISH A COUNTRY CONDIMENT?
OLDENGLISH ANGLO-SAXON LANGUAGE UP TO ABOUT 1100AD OR 1150AD
ENGLISH The type of language used by all sides today
ENGLISHSETTER DOG, HAVING COCKED UP LEG IN STREET, KEEPS QUIET
ENGLISH COLLEGE MAJOR
ENGLISHROSE *EPITHET FOR A FAIR BRITISH MAIDEN
BODYENGLISH TORSO-TWISTING "SPIN" THAT HAS NO EFFECT ON THE BALL
ENGLISHIV *MANCHESTER HOSPITAL HOOKUP?
ENGLISHHORNS ARE THESE THE TYPE OF PEOPLE TRADITIONALLY GETTING LOCKED PLAYING IN THE PITS?
ENGLISHROSE DIANA
ENGLISHMEN SEE 14
ENGLISH Nigel's put out by Natasha's first in Cyrillic language
ENGLISH Arthur ___, comedian who played Mr Harman in BBC TV sitcom Are You Being Served?
ENGLISHCHANNEL HEARD OF SUCCESSFUL WEBSITE WHICH DISTANCES US FROM FRANCE
OXFORDENGLISHDICTIONARY Reference head of co-ed's off to obtain briefly
ENGLISH LANGUAGE COMING FROM ARTLESS EARTHLINGS
THE ENGLISH PATIENT RALPH FIENNES 30A THIS 1996 FILM, AS A HUNGARIAN CARTOGRAPHER
OLDENGLISH "BEOWULF" LANGUAGE
BRITISHENGLISH DIALECT THAT WAS CALLED 22-ACROSS BEFORE THE AGE OF COLONIALISM
YENGLISH HEY, LINGO'S TRANSLATED APART FROM OLD FACETIOUS DIALECT
BODYENGLISH BOWLER'S GYRATIONS
STANDARDENGLISH IT'S USED EVERY DAY IN AMERICA
ENGLISHMUFFIN HEARD IN BELFAST, FOR INSTANCE, SENDING UP ULSTER PARTY PAUSING FOR AN AMERICAN BREAKFAST BUN?
ENGLISHMASTER CLASSY TYPE OF SUBJECT FOR MIKE AND DAISY'S RELATIVE
ENGLISHSETTER DOG ONE OF THOSE COMPILING CLUES FOR THE UK PAPERS
ENGLISHACCENT STRESS PICKED UP IN OXFORD, IN A MANNER OF SPEAKING, AT A COLLEGE CLOSE TO CAPITAL
ENGLISH WHAT YOU MIGHT GET FOR BREAKFAST IN LONDON, IN A MANNER OF SPEAKING
ENGLISHMUFFIN ANGLOPHILE'S BREAKFAST TREAT
ENGLISHMEN SEE 1 ACROSS
ENGLISHSETTER GROUP INVOLVED IN SHELTERING WILD CANINE
ENGLISHROSE EPITHET FOR A BRITISH BEAUTY WITH FAIR SKIN
ENGLISHCHANNEL SHIPPING AREA THAT'S NOT INCLUDED IN SCOTTISH TV?
BODYENGLISH GYRATIONS IN A BOWLING ALLEY
OLDENGLISH WHAT "BEOWULF" IS WRITTEN IN
ENGLISH SETTER Dog in shelter gets agitated
ENGLISHMASTER FOREIGN SKIPPER TEACHES OTHERS A LESSON, OF COURSE
ENGLISHLESSON WHAT YOU MIGHT HEAR ON 28 DOWN IS THE TYPE OF LANGUAGE ONE HEARS IN THE BIBLE
ENGLISHSETTER DOG, IN A MANNER OF SPEAKING, IS SUPPOSED TO COME UP WITH CLUES
ENGLISH SUBJECT TO TODAY'S LEADERS ON ALL SIDES
ENGLISHACCENT GEORDIE IS A LOCAL MOUTHPIECE
ENGLISH STEP 3: AN UPPER-CLASS ACCENT
ENGLISHROSE TUDOR SYMBOL
ENGLISHLANGUAGE YOU'VE PROBABLY HEARD THIS LOCALLY, IN A MANNER OF SPEAKING
ENGLISHHORN ... IT'S A WOODWIND FROM CENTRAL EUROPE
ENGLISHMUSTARD LAUNDRESS MIGHT NEED TO SHIFT GLOOPY YELLOW STUFF
ENGLISH THE QUEEN'S LANGUAGE?
ENGLISHMAN European team member on American side
FULLENGLISH BAKE ALL FRIGHTFULNESS (ANAG) - MORNING FEAST
NEWENGLISHBIBLE READ IN CHURCH WHEN BELL IS BEING FIXED
ENGLISHBLEACHERS WHERE A CHANT OF "WELL DONE, BLOKES!" MIGHT START?
ENGLISHTEA BLACK BREAKFAST BEVERAGE
ENGLISHLANGUAGE THEY SHARE A BORDER WITH THE SCOTS AND IRISH, FOR INSTANCE? YOU HEAR THIS ALL THE TIME AT WESTMINSTER!
ENGLISH SHINGLE SHIFTED FROM SOME UK SHORES?
ENGLISHMUFFINS BREAKFAST OFFERINGS
ENGLISHHORN WOODWIND WITH A MISLEADING NAME
QUEENSENGLISH 'CORRECT' TYPE OF SPEECH
SLAMENGLISH PUT DOWN A HIGH SCHOOL SUBJECT?
USEPLAINENGLISH AVOID JARGON
BODYENGLISH "SPIN" THAT REALLY DOESN'T AFFECT THE BALL
AMERICANENGLISH In which a story may be built up?
ENGLISHHORN It's a woodwind
ENGLISHHORN IT'S REALLY A REED INSTRUMENT
ENGLISHMUFFIN Danish alternative
ENGLISHLANGUAGE BILLIARDS PLAYER'S PARLANCE?
ENGLISHHERITAGE Conservationists in Liege hear things to be rebuilt
ENGLISHMAN Kingsley's was fat
ENGLISHSHEEPDOG COUNTRY HOUND?
ENGLISHCHANNEL ISLE OF WIGHT LOCATION
ENGLISHPATIENT 1996 Ralph Fiennes romance, with 'The'
ENGLISHSETTER Dog in US side street, running
OLDENGLISH ANGLO-SAXON
BASIC ENGLISH 850-word teaching vocabulary
JOHNNYENGLISH 2003 Rowan Atkinson spy spoof
ENGLISHSETTER Dog's tongue touching me
ENGLISH Spin put on a ball
Arthur English Actor whose roles included maintenance man Mr Harman in Are You Being Served?
ENGLISHMAN Napoleon's shopkeeper at home in castle
STANDARDENGLISH Formal version of the American language
ENGLISHHORN Oboe cousin
BRITENGLISH Talk of London, informally
ENGLISH PALE Historically, a territorial area around Dublin or Calais
ENGLISHMAN His home is said to be a castle
ENGLISHMAN JOHN BULL HAS A WAY OF SPEAKING TO 6 DOWN FOR EXAMPLE
ENGLISHSONNET NUMBER ONE, FOR EXAMPLE, WRITTEN BY SHAKESPEARE?
ENGLISH Our language
ENGLISHMUFFINS TOASTED BREAKFAST BREADS
ENGLISH - - rose, classically beautiful girl
ENGLISH This is in it
ENGLISH Language in foreign glen I don't speak!
ENGLISHCHANNEL -
ENGLISH The language of spin?
AMERICANENGLISH In which non-U behaviour is standard
ENGLISHCHANNEL BBC station?
MIDDLEENGLISH Language of Chaucer
ENGLISHMONARCHS Namesakes of the 10 people featured in this puzzle
ENGLISHCHANNEL Arm of Atlantic that's familiar to Brits surfing?
ENGLISH _____ Muffins
MIDDLEENGLISH Say Kentish wicket taking spin for American?
ENGLISH 'Johnny --', 2003 film starring Rowan Atkinson
MIDDLEENGLISH Language from two daughters, in race, bashed in legs by horse
ESTUARY ENGLISH Speech coming out of our mouth?
ENGLISHGOTHIC Chose lighting poorly for style of church
ENGLISHMUFFIN Bed for eggs Benedict
ENGLISH Glen, upset, modified his language
BODYENGLISH Athlete's wishful contortion
ENGLISH Shingle moving on UK shores?
ENGLISH SETTER Barker, crossword compiler with UK nationality?
PIDGINENGLISH Simplified hybrid language
ENGLISHTEALEONI Aylesbury actress?
ENGLISH Like man at home in castle, as we speak
STANDARDENGLISHMUFFIN Conventional breakfast choice?
ENGLISHYEW Source of longbow wood
BBCENGLISH The style of some station announcements
ENGLISH The nationality in his glen
ENGLISHMASTER You could learn from one who is no Irish employer
BODYENGLISH 'Spin' that really doesn't affect the ball
ENGLISHSETTER Dog — serenest light (anag)
ENGLISHMAN Mad dog famously linked to one almost mangles shin badly
ENGLISHWOMEN Novel in Welsh containing good sign for most British ladies
NEWENGLISHBIBLE Modern translation of the Scriptures
BODYENGLISH Torso-twisting 'spin' that has no effect on the ball
ENGLISH Language no good in priest’s hole, initially?
ENGLISHSHINGLE What a barrister hangs?
BODYENGLISH The study of erotic literature?
ENGLISHCIVILWAR Parliamentarians were on one side of this chair, swivelling around
ENGLISH All in Schengen angry about Hungary's barrier to migrants?
SPOKEFRACTUREDENGLISH The pool-playing malapropist __
ENGLISHMUFFIN Food that's often buttered
QUEENSENGLISH Our language spoken properly
FULL ENGLISH After bad flu, shelling out for cooked breakfast
ENGLISH These words, for example
ENGLISHSPEAKING Fluent in a common tongue
STANDARDENGLISH This land's danger -- corrupting our acceptable means of communication
ENGLISH This nationality found in shingle
ENGLISH Relaid line to carry grand pipe down from Yorkshire perhaps
ENGLISH Race between Scottish and Welsh
ENGLISH Language spoken in his glen
ENGLISH Language spoken in his glen, strangely
MADDOGSANDENGLISHMEN M-Mendelssohn, adding a variation, penning grand old song (3,4,3,10)
ENGLISHHORN Alto instrument
INPALINENGLISH With an Alaskan accent?
ENGLISH 'Ready to run -- with any one who crossed him' (Disraeli, Lothair)
OLDENGLISH Beowulf's tongue
BODYENGLISH Bowler's twists
ENGLISHHERITAGE Organisation looking after elegant high-rise building?
ENGLISHCIVILWAR Some points made by The Searchers
ENGLISHBOND Agent going on language courses so arranged
ESTUARYENGLISH European guys learn this foreign language?
ENGLISH The nationality is found in shingle
ENGLISHSHEEPDOG Long-haired herding breed
BASICENGLISHISH Kinda like what we speak
ENGLISHWOMAN Angles - in whom, surprisingly, her ancestors might be included
INENGLISH How the operas 'Artaxerxes' and 'Iolanthe' are usually performed
ESTUARYENGLISH Non-RP sound upset Nigel�s mum
PHILENGLISHFOXHOUND Canine 1995-2009 Pennsylvania congressman?
QUEENSENGLISH Our language, 'correctly' spoken
ENGLISHFLUTE British recorder
ENGLISH CHANNEL HMS Tyne and HMS Mersey monitored a Russian attack submarine as it passed through this body of water in July
ENGLISHMUFFIN Toast alternative (2 words)
ENGLISH The . . . . . . . Patient (film) (7)
ENGLISHEPHERD Border collie's look-alike, to a double-crosser
Wardour Street English Pseudo-archaic diction used in historical fiction — from a London area once known for 'antique' furniture
ENGLISH ... shingle found between Cornwall and Cumbria
ENGLISHHERITAGE This ginger ale he brewed for a national organisation
ENGLISHNESS Quality of our language
KSENGLISH 'Proper' speech
ENGLISHROSE Race got up — a classic beauty
ENGLISHTEACHER Faculty member at Eton?
BROKENENGLISH Difficult means of communication
ENGLISH That's one shin and one leg, but not from Ireland
BODYENGLISH Golfer's post-shot gyrations
ENGLISH Billiard's spin
ENGLISHLIT Emma Watson's major at Brown
ENGLISHSPEAKER Not George Thomas or Michael Martin?
ENGLISH American language
EARLY ENGLISH Norman’s successor Henry is generally eccentric
STANDARD ENGLISH A sort of strangled Danish that many of us speak
ENGLISHLESSON Language class for foreigners?
ENGLISHSICKNESS A striking affair, not petit mal or rubella?
ENGLISH The ____ 13 (in book and film)
ENGLISH Play Nigel Short's hardest openings — such as this one?
USEPLAINENGLISH Avoid technobabble
ENGLISHLANGUAGE Oxford subject
ESTUARYENGLISH Awfully ugly heartiness, in a manner of speaking
ENGLISHMEN Many Brits
ENGLISHCHANNEL Tube option for Londoners, say? Underground trains travel below it
OXFORDENGLISH Shoe with a tongue, in a manner of speaking
ENGLISH Shingle (anag)
ENGLISH Single out hard school subject
ENGLISHHORNS Haydn used two in 'The Philosopher' Symphony
OXFORDENGLISH Standard form of language believed to be spoken in a university city
Englishmanshome It certainly isn't a castle in Spain
ENGLISHWOMAN Welsh moaning disturbed female across the border
ENGLISHLAVENDER Herbal oil source
ENGLISHTRIFLE Minor matter in Manchester?
ENGLISHHORN It's mellow and has a pear-shaped bell
ENGLISHEEPDOG Helper in herding
JOHNNYENGLISH Rowan Atkinson's secret agent
ENGLISHMAN Strange leanings about monarch, initially, who lives in castle?
ENGLISHWOMAN Washing lemon (anag) — native-born inhabitant of Yorkshire, say
THEFULLENGLISH (and 2 down) Traditional fare making us fit? H-hell! Bulk grease 'n' fats
THEENGLISHPATIENT Job description follows race to provide work
ENGLISHCIVILWAR It was fought between 1642 and 1649
ENGLISHER Sassenach like Chapman or Fitzgerald, maybe single lady
ENGLISHGREENHORN Immigrant in a language course?
ENGLISHRY Singly her characters disturbed foreign nationals in Ireland
ENGLISH Shingle broken up for old printing type
ENGLISH LANGUAGE He. engaging with us all, managed a style of communication we understand
ENGLISHWOMAN Single man who, it turns out, is a lady
STANDARDENGLISH What 'ain't' ain't
ENGLISHROSE Beauty of a certain country's language enhanced by 1 across
ENGLISHSHILLING Former fraction of a pound
ENGLISHWOMAN Dutch, possibly, working on mag in Welsh?
ENGLISH - rose; - breakfast
QUEENSENGLISH 'Ain't' ain't part of it
ENGLISH Shingle (anag.)
QUEENSENGLISH Aristocratic standard
ENGLISH Pool accessory?
OXFORDENGLISHDICTIONARY OED in full
ENGLISH Rose may be single, desperately seeking husband
THEENGLISHPATIENT Ralph Fiennes Best Picture Oscar film
ENGLISHPALE Helping seal off old area of Ireland
AMERICANENGLISH Cryptically use language
ENGLISHMAN “Oh, I’m an alien, I’m a legal alien, I’m an ____ in New York” (Sting)

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