The Guardian – Cryptic Crossword Answers No 28,367 – Feb 12 2021

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Clues Answers
Alcohol in Asia contains new twist SNAKE
Are they still development areas? DARKROOMS
Attack, as a farmer may HAVEAGOAT
Big cheese from Italy to follow starter of eggs DOGE
Channel for auditor having got rid of The Kinks STRAIGHT
Circle dance goes around in a circle HOOP
Corps given permission to split up CLEAVE
Cuban steps in stadium with sound of contempt rising HABANERA
Daisy’s back into phoney exoticism OXEYE
Electronic stuff working for imitator EPIGON
Event now associated with elements of 10, 24, 28, 29, 3, 4, 8, 23 and four other solutions CHINESE
Executives with love for a vocal group CHOIRMEN
Fancy drink, with sherry having been emptied FANTASY
Fierce sort of row about £1,000 TIGER
Frenzy? Not so many, when half-hearted? FEVER
I really drink and like some drinks ISOTONIC
Inspiring figure to speak after switching sides ERATO


Clues Answers
Islander is wanted in training WESTINDIAN
It’s used to fence bounds of estate hosting games EPEE
Judge once concerned with one found guilty of stealing fruit REEVE
King’s tucked into bread loaves or snacks MONKEY
Leather dancing shoe hired HORSEHIDE
Like some wines, this doesn’t last long! SEC
Male’s small jumper with shortened back ROOSTER
Put on wrapping paper, which is to prove tedious DRAGON
Raised energy in regime change EDIT
Seabird I rouse after Manx cat, perhaps KITTIWAKE
See 4 NUTS
Shop one managed to put up DELI
Spirit said to show spirit DJINN
Trickster’s gossip in support of British ruler BRERRABBIT
Vehicle must follow very old terms VOCAB