Définitions énigmatiques

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Go to sleep Nifty. I got that before I went to sleep last night and I got up early to post a reply. Well I'm up noo.
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:D Yes, Nifty.
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@Tom
I thought that I had posted this before. Has it been deleted.

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The French small car in the desert or a beast of burden ? & Titus’ silver resource. 6 & 6

6 & 6

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Could you help us a bit more please Nifty?

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I think Nifty's clue is meant to be written as below, he will no doubt correct me if I'm wrong. Why it's got two parts to it and the '&' instead of 'and', I'm not sure.

The French small car in the desert or a beast of burden ? & Titus’ silver resource. (6, 6)
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Correct FFS

6 & 6

I can’t think of a clue that won’t make the answer too obvious right now but I will work on it.

Titus’ silver resource could be fake, but, it wasn’t. It was the best.
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island the second word?
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No.

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Lancia Flavia?
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No. Could be on the right track, thought a BMW might be a bit of a clue :twisted:

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