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Quickword No. 15 : Do you know ‘cup’ (6 letters), and ‘unit of resistance’ (3 letters)?
Quickword No. 15
*SWAY*SSEA*ACT*TROPHY*T*H*O*CLAMUP*RED*SPYY*DREY*
Move from side to side.
Body of salt water.
Parliamentary legislation.
Cup.
Refuse to speak further.
Colour of danger.
Spot.
Squirrel’s home.
Yorkshire town.
Armed conflict.
Bark shrilly.
Pig’s home.
A little rough.
Unit of resistance.
Weep.
Introduce.
Cynically exploit.

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