Définitions énigmatiques

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:good: Yes FFS.
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It's appropriate for a constant value (6)
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Bump
“The Tory is a curious blend;
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Clue please... :roll: 'Its apt', which produces nothing, is all I can think of.
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The first half is the straight definition, the second cryptic.
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The answer is a verb, though more often used as a noun.
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Retake?
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Not retake. Think of a constant.
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Accord?

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Oh dear, you're baffled too? Not accord.

Think round and at speed.
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