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Quickword No. 33
**KARIMMIEN*N*O*EDIT*PELOTON*DEVA*E*G*ELSEMERRY**
Abdul Karim, ‘the Munshi’, Queen Victoria’s confidential secretary.
One’s air or bearing, especially in the face.
Alter a text.
The main pack of cyclists in a race.
Deva Victrix, the Roman name for Chester.
Otherwise.
Cheerful.
Cleaning tool, used with a bucket.
Staffordshire town.
Hampshire town, the site of the first murder in Agatha Christie’s detective story ‘The ABC Murders’ (1936), featuring Hercule Poirot.
Enthusiastic about (e.g. a hobby).
Rim.
European country.
Born, known before her marriage as.

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