|R. H. Adey
|It’s roughly concerned with confining what the smuggler did
|ran in anag., & lit.
|This allows through passage at Prestwick to stuff I take in
|I r in transe, & lit.
|Mrs N. Jarman
|This allows one right to broach the rum astern
|I r in anag. + lit.
|C. Allen Baker
|An ungainly rear isn’t conducive to making a pass
|I’ll remove restraint after docking
|anag. less t
|Mrs A. Boyes
|Trainers may become an unnecessary item to the successful runner
|C. A. Clarke
|What might accompany start of trade when restraint is relaxed
|anag. less t, & lit.
|G. H. Clarke
|Leads to tariff reckoning as necessary – some imports rate excess
|first letters & lit.
|J. W. Elven
|An order to clear the passage: entering quietly will make it come about
|R. E. Kimmons
|Authority granted for passage in Sartre to be translated
|Aren’t English missing bubbly if French are without one?
|anag. less E + si (Fr.) + (a)re, & lit.
|D. F. Manley
|What can clear stuff in port? Get strainer out
|C. G. Millin
|You need a warrant: there’s arrestin’ to be done
|J. D. Moore
|This blasted strainer allows loads of stuff to get through
|A. C. Morrison
|Having smuggled in tries frantically to obtain clearance
|ran in anag.
|C. J. and R. S. Morse
|To cross as Roman customs warrant
|2 mngs.; see etym. under transient; i.e. R. C. practice
|F. R. Palmer
|Some imports have it – rest I suspect get smuggled in
|ran in anag.; suspect adj.
|Rear Adm W. T. C. Ridley
|Misshapen rear isn’t a help in passing the customs barrier!
|W. K. M. Slimmings
|What finally managed to get clearance for tramp in dock?
|t + ran + sire; get = beget; tramp ship
|T. A. J. Spencer
|Form of strainer needed in order to clear port
|Rev C. D. Westbrook
|Running is errant – one should get this instead
|anag. & lit.
|C. E. Williams
|When my ship comes home I must get it dad – after a little time has quickly passed
|’t + ran + sire
|Dr R. L. Wynne
|Licence of permissive customs bedevilling almost all restraint
|anag. less t
|Dr E. Young
|It’s designed to limit smuggled revenue leaving the place
|ran in anag. + re(venue), & lit.
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