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Quickword No. 22 : Do you know ‘plaything’ (3 letters), and ‘a river in South Wales’ (3 letters)?
Quickword No. 22
A*A*ASKDEFENCEOAT*TOY*S***R*ATE*ACEDELIGHTDRY*E*A
Inquire.
Response to attack.
Porridge grain.
Plaything.
Consumed.
Dashing fighter-pilot.
Joy.
Not sweet.
Fuss.
Fore and aft.
Insect worker.
Burn slightly on the outside.
Tool to work a lock.
Feast of the Resurrection of Jesus Christ.
Introduce further.
River in South Wales that runs into Cardiff.
Mature.
Greek letter.

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