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Quickword No. 10 : Do you know ‘pull along’ (3 letters), and ‘examine someone’s background and credentials’ (3 letters)?
Quickword No. 10
PIP*VETA*E*A*ORENFREW**S*N**CEILINGA*V*S*ARYE*HOP
Seed of an orange or apple.
Check someone’s background and credentials.
Scottish town near Glasgow, associated with the royal house of Stuart.
Interior roof.
Cereal grain.
Jump on one leg.
The maximum number of short a good golfer should take for a given hole.
Thoughtful.
Shiny, see-through protective coat for furniture.
Pull along behind one.
Motor vehicle.
Space.

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