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Quickword No. 21 : Do you know ‘warm covering’ (7 letters), and ‘2,240 lb’ (3 letters)?
Quickword No. 21
Saucy and intelligent.
Warm covering.
Regular and predictable design of e.g. numbers, colours or shapes.
Night bird.
Enclosure for sheep or other farm animals.
Small Eurasian deer with a reddish summer coat and no visible tail.
A kiln, typically with a conical roof, for drying hops (see picture).
Bread roll with a spongy texture and floury top.
Enthusiastic; sharp.
2,240 lb.
Rex Harrison (1908-1990), English actor born in Huyton, Lancashire.

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