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|OFF BASE||Brassed off with doctors gone from peripheral (3,4)|
|PERIL||Threat from peripheral power goddess has left|
|ASS||Brassed off with four outsiders, the fool (3)|
|BONUS||Initially brassed off with students getting extra money|
|HYDROGEN||Extremely happy doctor’s gone off gas (8)|
|MOSCOW||City railroad doctor’s gone on|
|MEDICAL||Claimed work with doctors (7)|
|CHEMIST||One dispensing with doctors’ orders (7)|
|ENDEMIC||Death tally back with hospital gone from local area|
|MAGNETO||New mat gone from the car possibly|
|INSTALL||Power gone from legs – very unlikely to get fit|
|IGNEOUS||Unfortunately uranium is gone from this type of rock (7)|
|EATEN UP||Gone from the plate|
|WREATHS||What may be given to those departed from the wars? (7)|
|LIVORNO||Well, Ivor Novello departed from this port (7)|
|CRASHES||Falls asleep from exhaustion, in slang|
|ICHABOD||The glory has departed from one church and a soul|
|EXTINCT||Departed from the previous colour (7)|
|IRRUPTS||Enters suddenly into round trips Don departed from (7)|
|DISSATISFIED||Brassed off, met with underworld boss|
Each clue consists of a word or phrase that is unique to a given square in the crossword, with the rest of the word unknown. Solvers might typically identify words from an outer square then guess from context or specific rules given from elsewhere within the crossword, then directly guess from the letters present, or use various outside resources that further provide clues.