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NEWSREADER TV PRESENTER
READER UNIVERSITY LECTURER
READER BOOK LOVER
READER LIBRARY HABITUE
READER LIBRARY USER
READER PERSON STUDYING A BOOK
PROOFREADER SLIP SPOTTER
READER STUDY HALL OCCUPANT, OFTEN
READER LIBRARY VISITOR
READER INSTRUCTION BOOK
READER UNIVERSITY TEACHER
SPREADER FARM MACHINE
THREADERS SEWERS, AT TIMES
READER PROPHET
TEALEAFREADER PROPHET
TREADERS PEDESTRIANS
EREADER BOOK LOVER'S PORTABLE DEVICE
SPREADER BUTTER KNIFE, FOR EXAMPLE
MINDREADER PSYCHIC
READER ADDRESSED AS 'DEAR', MAYBE, YOU COULD BE DEARER
READER EXTRACT TO REASSURE A DERANGED TYPE IN THE LIBRARY
READER ANTHOLOGY
NEWSREADER BROADCASTER
SIGHTREADER A MUSICIAN PERFORMING WITHOUT PREPARATION
TEALEAFREADER FORTUNETELLER
MITTREADER FORTUNETELLER
OFREADERS PART 2 OF QUOTE
MINEDREADER RESULT OF AN UNDERGROUND LIBRARY'S LURE?
READER THE BOOK ON THE LECTERN?
ACROBATREADER COMPUTER FILE-VIEWING TOOL
READER SEE 4
SPREADER DEVICE FOR KEEPING TWO OBJECTS APART
READER CARD SHARK'S GIMMICK
READER KIND OF BOOK, ONE OF THOSE AUTHOR WRITES FOR
READER OPENS DOLL'S EYES IN THE BACK - THAT'S ONE FOR THE BOOKS
AVIDREADER KINDLE OWNER, OFTEN
READERS BOOKWORMS
READER GENTLE ___
READERS PEOPLE WHO CORRECT PRINTERS' PROOFS
READER UNIVERSITY LECTURER, THE HIGHEST RANK BELOW A PROFESSOR
READER SEE 15
READER BOOKWORM
READERS PEOPLE WHO ENJOY BOOKS
READER ONE WHO ENJOYS BOOKS
APHIDREADER INSECT ENJOYING A NOVEL?
CLAYREADER STUDENT OF MUHAMMAD ALI'S EARLY WRITINGS?
READERS IN 1922 DEWITT AND LILA WALLACE STARTED EDITING THINGS DOWN INTO THE MAGAZINE THAT HAS BECOME THE WO
READERSDIGEST MAGAZINE
SPREADERS DULL KNIVES
READERS BOOK USERS
READERRESPONSES LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
READERS LETTERS-TO-THE-EDITOR WRITERS
READER A BOOK THAT"S DEAR TO ME, SO THERE YOU ARE
READER PUBLISHING HOUSE EMPLOYEE
LAYREADER UNORDAINED PREACHER
LAY READER UNORDAINED PREACHER
READER HOW A BOOKWORM MIGHT GO RED IN THIS ERA
READER ONE FOUND IN THE STACKS
READER LIBRARY PATRON
SPREADER ONE FROSTING A CAKE, E.G.
NEWSREADER ONE OF THE JOB ROLES OF A TELEVISION JOURNALIST SUCH AS GEORGE ALAGIAH, FIONA BRUCE OR HUW EDWARDS
READERSHIP PERIODICAL SUPPORT FOR LECTURER'S JOINT?
READERS BOOK BUYERS
UTNEREADER ALTERNATIVE MEDIA MAGAZINE SINCE 1984
READER STUDY FROM MEDICAL INSTITUTION IS A PAGE-TURNER?
NEWSREADER REPORTS FROM ALL DIRECTIONS FOR A SENIOR ACADEMIC, OR A BROADCASTER
READER PUBLISHING HOUSE STAFFER
SPREADERS SOME FARM MACHINERY
CARDREADER CHECKOUT COUNTER DEVICE
READER AT A BRITISH UNIVERSITY, A MEMBER OF STAFF HAVING A POSITION BETWEEN A SENIOR LECTURER AND A PROFESSOR
EREADER THEY MAY BE LOADED IN A CASINO
PALMREADER LIFE LINE EXAMINER
READER UNIVERSITY LECTURER, RANKING BELOW A PROFESSOR
READER LECTURER
LIPREADER ONE WHO CAN SEE WHAT YOU MEAN
THREADER IMPLEMENT FOR PASSING COTTON THROUGH THE EYE OF A NEEDLE
READER GRADE-SCHOOL BOOK
READERS CRACKERS OF BOOKS?
LIPREADER MOUTH-WATCHING DEAF PERSON
READER PREDICTOR
READER BOOK BUYER
READER ELEMENTARY SCHOOL PRACTICE BOOK
READER PERHAPS DEAR QUEEN IS LIBRARY PATRON
READER ONE ENJOYING A BOOK
READERHAYWORTH HOLLYWOOD PALMIST?
READEROFTHEPACK TAROT EXPERT?
PDFREADER ADOBE ACROBAT, E.G.
READER ACADEMIC EXPECTED TO DITCH UNIVERSITY COMING IN TO TRAIN
READER EARLY TEXTBOOK
READER SCHOOLBOOK
PSALMREADERS CHURCHGOERS, SOMETIMES?
READER SIMPLE SCHOOL BOOK FOR YOUNG CHILDREN
LIPREADER I SEE WHAT YOU'RE SAYING
lip-reader I SEE WHAT YOU'RE SAYING
READERS LECTURERS
MINDREADER MEDIUM RELATIVE
READER SEE 7
LIPREADERS THEY'RE FOLLOWING THE MOUTHY MOVEMENT, IN A MANNER OF SPEAKING, FOR PATRON OF THE LIBRARY IN THE MARGINS
READERADS BRIEF PAID MESSAGES AT THE BOTTOM OF NEWSPAPER COLUMNS: 2 WDS.
READER PARENT HOLDS PAIR OF KEYS IN THE LIBRARY
SPREADER SECOND PAGE REACHED BY CUSTOMER OF PAPER THAT COVERS A WIDE AREA
LIPREADERS SILENT TYPES
UTNEREADER 'CURE IGNORANCE' MAGAZINE
READER KINDLE OR NOOK
EREADER KINDLE OR NOOK
PALMREADER LINE JUDGE?
EREADERS PORTABLE GIFTS FOR BOOK LOVERS
READERS BOOK-LOVERS ORDERED RED EARS
LAYREADERS WHAT EDITORS WRITE ABOUT SCOTTISH TOWN'S PREACHERS
READER PARTLY ADMIRE A DERANGED LECTURER
READER STERN ABOUT EDITOR THAT'S SET UP PROOF-CORRECTOR
READER UNIVERSITY ACADEMIC
READER HAS A LOOK AT THE TRIAL IN THE LIBRARY?
MINNOWDREADER ONE WITH A LARGE FEAR OF SMALL FISH?
READERS GRENADIERS HAVE NO GIN FOR THOSE INTO BOOKS
TREADER FANTASY SEQUEL, THE CHRONICLES OF NARNIA: THE VOYAGE OF THE DAWN ___
LIPREADERS MOUTHY TYPES RING ONE OF THOSE ON THE BOOKS FOR SILENT TYPES, IN A MANNER OF SPEAKING
SPREADER BUTTER KNIFE, E.G.
CARDREADER SENSOR AT A CHECKOUT COUNTER
LIPREADER HE OBSERVES SPEAKERS GIVING CHEEK TO A UNIVERSITY LECTURER
WHATAMIAMINDREADER SEE 31-ACROSS
NEWSREADER SOLDIERS IN IRREGULAR WARS NEED SOMEONE TO PROVIDE INTELLIGENCE
NEWSREADER ON-AIR JOURNALIST'S 'WANDERERS' BROADCAST COVERING EAST
READER SOMEONE WHO LIKES BOOKS ABOUT A GERMAN ARTICLE
CARDREADER THE BIRTHDAY BOY PERHAPS DOES A JOB ON THE CHECKOUT
READER PUBLISHER'S EXPERT OR PUBLISHER'S CLIENT
READERSDIGESTMAGAZINE THE LIBRARY'S PERIODICALS ROOM WAS THE SOURCE OF MOST OF THE EXCERPTED MATERIAL IN THE FIRST ISSUE O
LAZYREADER BOOK CLUB MEMBER WHO OPTS FOR AN ONLINE SYNOPSIS?
READER PERUSER
READER PROOF CHECKER
METEREADER UTILITY COMPANY WORKER
READERS MOST LIBRARY PATRONS
READER ED GOES TO THE REAR AND IS FOUND IN THE LIBRARY
READER UNIVERSITY ACADEMIC, A TIMES SUBSCRIBER, PERHAPS?
READER LECTURER ON THE AIM OF LITERATURE
READER SEE 17-DOWN
PROOFREADER EDITOR GIVES EVIDENCE TO LECTURER
READER BOOKISH PERSON MAY BE THE ONE WHO CORRECTED THE PRESS
CHIPREADER HI-TECH DATA COLLECTOR
READER TREASURE A DEROGATORY EXTRACT? THAT'S ONE FOR THE BOOKS!
READER WORD AFTER SPEED OR LIP
READER PERSON WITH A PAPER, PERHAPS
THREADER SEWING MACHINE PARTS
SIGHTREADER GIFTED MUSICIAN CRACKED HEAD REGISTER, LOSING A REPEATED NOTE
READER PAGE TURNER
READER Scanner for one checking print
REREREADER Memo header about someone doing a second scan?
READER One in a waiting room, often
READERSHIP An author's following
MINDREADER THOUGHT DIVINER
PROOFREADER Spotter of goofs
UTNEREADER Eclectic bimonthly digest
READER Marked card, particularly one marked with special luminous ink that can be seen only in infrared lig
TREADER Walker with a kind of square scanner
SPREADER Spatula
EREADER KINDLE, FOR ONE
EREADER PORTABLE DEVICE FOR BOOK LOVERS
MALAYREADERS Primers in Kuala Lumpur schools?
READERS Primers
READERS Library users
SPREADER Device for applying, eg, adhesive
READER Elementary schoolbook
LACYREADER Simple schoolbook with a frilly cover?
READERSHIP Group of people who regularly peruse a particular newspaper
READER LITERARY ANTHOLOGY
THREADER One requiring an eye for an eye?
NEWSREADER TV current affairs presenter
DREADER Awkwarder
READERSHIP The book-buying public praised her novel
READER Song from rose garden or from library?
READER Grade school text
SPREADERS Farming implements
TREADER Plodder needs time with university lecturer
SPREADERS Small spatulas
READER You are silly, retiring shamefaced
LIPREADERS PEOPLE WHO SEE WHAT YOU'RE SAYING?
READER WRITER'S TARGET
READER Bibliophile
READERS People like you are composed, I'd be cross now and then
LAYREADER PARISH ASSISTANT
READER I MARRIED HIM FAMOUS LINE FROM JANE EYRE
READERS Lecturer's books
READER One involved in a plot?
READER One whose job is to read and assess the merits of manuscripts
METEORREADER One tracking a light in the sky?
POMREADER Fortuneteller for dog owners?
SPREADER Having ESP, read ergometer for the farm equipment
EREADERS Many people take them to bed nowadays
READER A person who is fond of reading
THREADERS NEEDLES ARE POINTLESS WITHOUT THEM
LAYREADER EDITORIAL ABOUT SCOTTISH TOWN PREACHER
SIGHTREADER Very able musician
READERS They refer to the books for university men
READER BOOKWORM GETS TWO POOR GRADES IN THE END
READER The era of the red bookworm?
ADOBEREADER IT HAS A PAGE NAVIGATION MENU OPTION
READERS Senior academics or library patrons
READER Concerning poor dear library patron
DEARREADERS START OF A MESSAGE TO MAGAZINE SUBSCRIBERS
READERS Lay people in the Anglican Church authorized to conduct certain services like Evening Prayer
SPREADER Manure ___
READER One who may find error in a proof?
READER First grader's textbook
READER About a red-backed bookworm
TREADER One staying afloat in place
PROOFREADER One looking for trouble, in a way
READER Easy ___ of "The Electric Company"
SPREADERS Some farm machines
UTNEREADER Progressive bimonthly, before the second word was dropped from its title
UTNEREADER Original name of an eclectic digest of reprints
READER Needs a card in the library?
READER Ralph ___, Somerset-born impresario; originator of the Scouting Gang Show
READERS People like you may have erased freely after starting right
READER Keeper of many books
NEWSREADER Broadcaster's reward seen to be dreadful
READERS Revolutionary editor? Outwardly cares for those who keep him in business
READER Belle left rebel leader for bookish type
READER Victorian author's given queen an academic book
NEWSREADER Reward seen as fitting for a TV personality?
PROOFREADER Geometry teacher's second career?
READER One who pores over dearer ingredients
SPREADERS Butter knives
NEWSREADER Rough sea drew near having released a type of anchor
READERS Published in 19 languages worldwide with a monthly circulation of 100 million, ... Digest
READER Re this clue, now it's you
PROOFREADER A queen is put back between ace of diamonds and another queen I detect mistakes
READER The _; film starring Kate Winslet
READER To study a loud is an interest in volume
SIGHTREADER One immediately knows the score with pacer after sign of exhaustion
PROOFREADER Poorer fared badly? He corrects inaccurate impression
PROOFREADER A malefactor who atones for making your writing nonsense by permitting the compositor to make it unintelligible
PROOFREADERS THOSE WHO CHECK CONCLUSIVE EVIDENCE?
READER Author's addressee
NEWSREADER Stormy Red Sea -- Wren gets anchor maybe
READER Dare to change Elizabeth and her love of books?
NEWSREADERS Fresh signals start on scanners for some TV presenters
READER Lecturer's case for Drake being confined to Tower
READER Queen goes back and forth around commercial bookworm
READER Dear sir or madam
READERS They enjoy books about snakes one daughter rejected
READER 'The ___' (Bernhard Schlink novel)
EREADER BOOK KEEPER?
CARDREADER CHECKOUT DEVICE
READERSHIP NEWSPAPER AUDIENCE
EREADERS NOOK AND KINDLE
AVIDREADER REAL PAGE-TURNER?
EREADER DEVICE FOR A BOOK LOVER
READER KINDLE, SAY
EREADER KINDLE, SAY
GUARDIANREADERS YOU ARE RUDE AND RAG IS CRUDE!
UTNEREADER "CURE IGNORANCE" MAGAZINE
READER TIME SAVER?
LAYREADER CHURCHMAN RESPONSIBLE FOR POETRY RECITAL?
LAYREADER PIONEER TO SECURE SCOTTISH PORT AND VOLUNTEER FOR SERVICE?
EREADERS TABLET KIN
READERS CHECKERS OF PROOFS
LAYREADER CHURCHMAN, ONE WHO WILL GUIDE YOU ROUND SCOTTISH PORT
LIPREADER ARTICLE ABOUT ONE PAIR WHO MAY WELL BE DEAF?
READER ONE INVOLVED IN PLOT?
LIPREADER ONE SEES DIALOGUE OF PALE RIDER CAST
READERS BOOKISH PEOPLE
READER PARENT HOLDS DICTIONARY OPEN IN FRONT OF ENCYCLOPAEDIA IN THE LIBRARY
MINDREADER *CLAIRVOYANT
READERS NEWSPAPER CUSTOMERS
LIPREADER SPEECH INTERPRETER REPAIRED LEARNER'S TRANSLATION
LIPREADER PERSON WHO CAN SEE WHAT YOU'RE SAYING
READER CONTRARILY, EDITOR CUTTING BACK IS ONE AUTHORS RELY ON
READER ADULTERERS DISMISS LUST OF BOOKISH LOVER
MINDREADER COLLIER HARBOURS TERROR OF PSYCHIC
EASYREADER BASIC KIDS' BOOK
READER ISN'T LEFT RESTRAINED BY WHAT'S IN THE LIBRARY
READER PUT OFF DEPARTURE FROM THE LIBRARY
EREADER WHAT MAY BE CHARGED FOR BOOKS?
EREADERS SUBJECT OF SOME PC MAGAZINE REVIEWS
READERS SEE 25 ACROSS
UTNEREADER COMPILATION PUBLICATION SINCE 1984
NONREADER SHOULD ONE ENGAGE WITH ERRAND TO ATTEND LITERACY CLASS?
EREADER IT MAY BE LOADED WITH BOOKS
NEWSREADER SNOW? UNUSUALLY ANSWERED WITH HESITATION
READER UNIVERSITY WORKER FAMILIAR WITH DUBLINERS, FOR EXAMPLE
PALMREADER ONE STUDYING LINES
EREADER MODERN BOOK CASE?
MINDREADER THIS IS FOR ONE OF THE PSYCHICS WHO WAS EXPECTING THIS CLUE
DEARREADER LEAD-IN TO SOME WRITTEN ADVICE
MINDREADER IS CONSCIOUS OF THE THOUGHT PROCESS GIVING 24 ACROSS A JOB IN THE UNIVERSITY
READER FINISHES 6 DOWN WITH A PAGE-TURNER
PALMREADER ONE INTERPRETING LINES
LIPREADER WON'T KNOW WHAT YOU'RE SAYING IF YOU KEEP YOUR MOUTH SHUT TO TRANSLATOR
READER MAGAZINE SUBSCRIBER
LIPREADER BORIS WELCOMING NEWSPAPER SPIN? I SEE WHAT YOU'RE SAYING
PROOFREADER TEXT CHECKER
READERI A PAIR OF ADMIRERS, HE AND I, GETTING SPLICED?
Mindreaders FEAR AMONG UNDERGROUND WORKERS
READERSHIP ALL THOSE LOOKING AT PAPERS FOR UNIVERSITY POST
ADOBEREADER IT HAS A SNAPSHOT TOOL COMMAND
LAYREADER SERVICE MAN LICENSED BY BISHOP TO BREW DREARY ALE
READER PERUSER, OF BOOKS PERHAPS
LIPREADER INTERPRETER OF MOUTH MOVEMENTS
EREADER ONE USE FOR A TABLET
TAROTCARDREADER ONE EXAMINING THE STARTS OF 17-, 27- AND 48-ACROSS
MINDREADER BE OFFENDED BY UNIVERSITY WORKER - THE ONE CONSCIOUS OF THE THOUGHT PROCESS
READER BOOK CLUB MEMBER
LIPREADER EXPERT IN FACIAL RECOGNITION?
READERS LIBRARY CLIENTELE
READER YOU ARE ONE
READER UNIVERSITY WORKER POSSIBLY STUDYING HALF OF 14 ACROSS
EREADER LITERARY CONVENIENCE
READER UNIVERSITY DON
READER WORD AFTER LIP OR SPEED
EREADER SOMETHING YOU CAN CONTROL THE VOLUME WITH?
READERS BLOGGER'S AUDIENCE
PALMREADER FORTUNE-TELLER WHO INTERPRETS LINES
EREADER KINDLE FIRE, FOR ONE
SIGHTREADER VERSATILE MUSICIAN
EREADER DEVICE ON WHICH TO GET TEXTS
EEREADER LOVER OF CUMMINGS'S POETRY?
EREADER DIGITAL BOOK DEVICE
READER BOOK OF SELECTED TEXTS
POMREADER SCHOLARLY LITTLE SPITZ?
EREADERS NOOK AND KINDLE, FOR TWO
LIPREADER MANY A DEAF PERSON
THREADER SEWING KIT DEVICE
READER HIGH-TECH CARD INTERPRETER
MINDREADER ONE WHO'S ALWAYS A STEP AHEAD OF YOU, SO IT SEEMS
LIPREADER DEAF PERSON, OFTEN
READERS PAPER BUYERS
LAYREADER ... serviceman who enjoys Macaulay?
READER Bookstore patron
LAY READER Boss drinking port who carries out some services
EREADER Book substitute before a Liverpool fan's turned up?
SPREADER Butter knife frequently,
APHIDREADER Bug's favorite bookworm?
LAYREADER Church assistant and boss seen round outskirts of Scottish town
DEARREADER Column reply opener
READER Circulation unit
CARDREADERS Computer accessories
EREADER Device for book lovers
PALMREADER Examiner of heart and life lines
SIGHTREADER Expression of despair by pedestrian performer allowed no rehearsal?
SPREADER For second page, you have an agricultural machine
LIPREADER I don't have to listen to article about rip-off
READERS Library group
WEEKLYREADER Longtime classroom magazine
EREADER Nook, e.g
PALMREADER One going over lines?
REGULARREADER One who takes each issue as it comes
MINDREADER Person who’s in your thoughts?
CARDREADER Person who may see an ace of cups in this grid
NEWSREADER Performing wee errands for Ms Bruce?
SITEREADERS Potential builders?
READER Precocious one at 32 Across
READER Publishing house worker
NEWSREADER Reformed faculty member grabbing second broadcaster
READER Standard text-book for a senior lecturer
READER Standard textbook for you
DEARREADER Start of a columnist's reply
PROOFREADERS They use first impressions to eradicate wrong types
MAGAZINEREADERS What 17-, 20-, 56- and 60-Across are?
NEWSREADERS Warren seeds (anag) - broadcasters
READERSDIGEST What a book club does after dinner
READERS Book club members
EREADER Kindle or Nook, e.g
LIPREADER One who keeps an eye on what's said in editorial about rip-off
PALMREADER *Life line examiner
READER (User of) standard textbook
LAYREADER Amateur working on Sunday's brew of a dryer ale
EREADER Barnes & Noble Nook, for one
READER Bookstore habituŽ
LIPREADER Can he tell just what a smile means?
SPREADER Butter knife, e.g
PALMREADER Chirology practitioner
EREADER Device that stores digital books
CARDREADER Device that scans a person afraid of motor vehicles?
READERSHIP Editorial's audience
LAYREADER Bishop’s underling
PALMREADER Expert in life lines
PALMREADER Hand-examining seer
READER He's immersed in a book or newspaper
READER Interpreter of what is written
PUNCHCARDREADER It counts votes
READER It could make one dearer to be literate
READER Learning book
PROOFREADER He shouldn't leave any wrong impressions
READERSDIGESTION Magazine found in a gastroenterologist's waiting room?
NEATERREADER Library patron creating less clutter?
SPREADER Machine used to maneuver manure
READER Kind of textbook - or its peruser
PALMREADER One may hold your hand to see?
LAYREADER Over a year, chief assistant to minister
SPREADERS People buttering bread e.g.,
MINDREADER One can intuitively understand fear in pitman
LAYREADER Preacher's article's taken about a year
PROOFREADER Publisher's employee who sorts out some letters?
SPREADER Page in small book shows butter knife, for example
LAYREADER Serviceman's chief captures Scottish town
EREADER Portable device on which electronic versions of books can be stored
READERSHIP People perusing paper showing academic position
TREADER The person looking at newspaper? Not the fellow who goes one step at a time
READER Senior lecturer
LAYREADER Scottish port imbibed by head churchman
EREADER Volume control device
LIPREADER Word-of-mouth communication pro?
TREADER The top university teacher to put his foot down
READER You are one boss making initial change
LIPREADER Translator, of sorts
READER Lecturer providing book of exercises
READERSHIP What Crosaire may hope to have if he's all at sea
READERS You must be literate
PALMREADER One examining your lines
READER One has to book what are red
READERSHIP People looking at our paper, for instance, in university office
Mindreaders Psychics' fear is being trapped by underground workers
READER Publisher's selector
NEWSREADER Reward seen to be distributed by TV employee
BARCODEREADER Supermarket scanner
LIPREADER One who looks for understanding
NONREADER Illiterate person
PROOFREADER Editor/geometry teacher
READER Person perusing a book or newspaper
READERSHIP University lecturer's well informed about circulation figures
SPREADER One frosting a cake, e.g
LAYREADER Head describing Scottish town preacher
EREADER Book lover's device
EREADER Beach-bag item, nowadays
SPREADER Page in small book showing butter knife?
TREADER One walking
mind-reader Pitman inspires awe as a capturer of thoughts?
LAMPREADER One telling fortunes by gazing into artificial light sources?
PDFREADER Adobe Acrobat, e.g
READER Ralph --, theatrical producer best known for staging the original 'Gang Show'
READER Lecturer of French, stern, coming round
LAYREADER One who helps the clergy with certain duties
LIPREADER Handy person to track conversations behind windows
READER Academic back to suppress revolution in education
READERS Reds are disturbing folk at university
READERS University staff referring to publicity at Queen’s?
READER E-book hardware
muckspreader Agricultural machine marked spruce badly
READER You are silly backing socialist
READER You are funny, blushing up!
READER Lecturer in there, a dermatologist
READER Stern about editor that’s set up proof-corrector
PROOFREADER Principal lecturer ringing old senior lecturer, one who a publisher employs?
MAPREADER What the orienteer needs to be
READER Person studying gets two poor grades in the end
SPREADER One broadcasts in Sweden and Portugal with university don
NONREADERS Bibliophobes
news-reader TV announcer answered, er, awkwardly
READER Book muckspreader with 50% reduction
READER Newspaper customer is university lecturer
READERS DIGEST Rest disagreed with editing magazine
READERS Circulation, in a way
CARD READER Helper overcoming fear finds machine taking money
READER Barnes & Noble habitué
READER Text book — red ear (anag)
READERS Publishing employees
LIPREADER One who can see what you're saying
NEWSREADER TV presenter answered differently, with some hesitation
READER Reared by book lover
READERS After upcoming editor brought in, backs lecturers
READER Librarygoer
SPREADER Butter knife
READER One has understanding, of a type
READER That's something about a ruddy turn-up like you
READERSDIGEST Family magazine disagreed, for a change, with others around
READERS Dons who take part in church services?
SPEEDREADER One who rips through pages
CARDREADER Electronic device for fortune-teller?
PALMREADER Interpreter of lines
TAROTCARDREADER Supposed fortune-teller
MINDREADER One has intuition of horror filling man who's sent into pit
READER Kindle, e.g
EREADER Kindle, e.g
READERS Kindles, e.g
READER University lecturer — text book
LIPREADER He sees what one says
READERIMARRIEDHIM Confession concerning one maid and her admirer in novel form
MINDREADER Face worker hiding shrink from psychic
READER Lecturer; book user
NEWSREADER Presenter of bulletin
LIPREADER Spout about Russian revolution, overwhelming a specialist interpreter
READERSHIP Lecturers cool, so we like tales or tomes
READERS Lectors
MINDREADER Object found by academic who displays uncanny intuition
NEWSREADER A man airing his intelligence?
NEWSREADER 'Red Sea storms follow fresh onset of rain', he announces
READERS Wine makers have no time for bookworms
LAYREADER Port drunk by chief licensee in church
READER Newsletter subscriber
READER 'You,' I interposed, 'would be more willing to'
READER Proof-corrector
LIPREADER One who looks for your comments
LIPREADER The person looking for some conversation
READER ' -- , I married him' (J. Eyre)
LIPREADER I see what you mean!
LAYREADER One interpreting song, who may give lessons
READERS Certain glasses
READERSHIP All who see papers for university post
READERS Student textbooks
READER University lecturer; book of educational extracts
READERS Library frequenters
LIPREADER One who understands a bit of insolence?
READER Peruser of text
READERS Perusers
THOUGHTREADER A looker into minds
SPEEDREADER Evelyn Wood, for one
LIPREADER One compensating for deafness
NEWSREADER Current affairs presenter
THOUGHTREADER One who knows what we have in mind
READER One who studies - or his book
SPEEDREADER Fast peruser
LAYREADER Non-ordained person undertaking church duties
READER What 9 across works for
READER Newspaper circulation unit
READER It¿s about venomous type missing note found in bookshop
WEETINKLYREADER Magazine for toilet-training tots?
READERS Circulation, essentially
READERS Lecturers study royal protocols at last
READER Bookstore client
READER One having proof of Jane Eyre's marriage
LAYREADER Preacher, or reciter of poetry?
READER English novelist right for one of his fans?
READER Academic book
NEWSREADER Bulletin broadcaster
READER One perusing book about a left-wing revolutionary
READERS Circulation concern
READERS Audience for Victorian novelist at Royal Society
READER Peruser of texts
NOVELREADER Fiction fan
READERS Kindle buyers
MINDREADER Pitman hides fear of psychic
GUARDIANREADERS We are inclined to write 'Dear Sir' and argue
READER Senior lecturer back having received low grades
LAYREADER One not ordained but licensed to preach
SIGHTREADER Expression of boredom, given pedestrian notes he hasn't studied before
MINDREADER Psychic instils great fear in originator of gallery
COPYREADERS Some editors
PALMREADERS Some prognosticators
NEWSREADER BBC employee
GUARDIANREADERS Delusions of grandeur are said to become us
LIPREADER One watches carefully in audition
PROOFREADERS Ones who tell you when your slip is showing?
READER Audiobook voice
READER Standard textbook just for you
PROOFREADER Two academics conceal love for one marking scripts
LIPREADER Person looking for understanding?
NONREADER One won't be able to understand characters in a book
MINDREADER Underground worker inspiring awe, extraordinary communicator
MINDREADER Person trying to get inside your head
READER Blog subscriber
ADOBEREADER Page-previewing program
Mindreaders Some Vulcans, via melds
SPREADER Study held by agents backing agricultural machine
MIND READER Psychic put fear into underground worker
PROOFREADER A major role of one type of sub
LIPREADERS They see what you're saying
EREADER Nook or Kindle
READERS Prophets erred, as fake
LIP READER I see what you're saying!
READER Voice on an audiobook
READER University worker is bound to have a novel experience?
READERSHIP The purchasers of a newspaper or magazine
READER Retiring characters include flattered aeronautic university worker
EREADER Novel convenience?
NONREADERS Consumers of audio and visual media only
READER Initially doing English, checked by stern university lecturer
EREADER Amazon Kindle, e.g
READER The lead singer of Fairground Attraction was Eddi ____
READER One may devour "Chocolat"
CARDREADER Electronic sensor has nurse full of foreboding
READERS Editorials beginning to alter, bringing Telegraph subscribers perhaps
EREADER Travel item for bookworms
READER Academic soldiers are upset over low mark
EREADER Modern library?
NEWSREADER TV bulletin presenter
PALMREADER Person who wants you to show your hand
READER Bar code scanner
LAYREADER Song about bloody American upset serviceman?
READER Sesi subscriber, for example
READER The __, 1995 novel by Bernhard Schlink
LAY READER Licensed church member, top person around Scottish port
READER Proof checker; lecturer
MINDREADER Telepathic sort
LIPREADER One who sees what you’re saying?
EREADER Bookworm's gizmo
READERSDIGEST Magazine published in 23 countries
LIPREADERS Ones who see what you mean
lip-reader “Guy in charge is entertaining island pair” I see what you’re saying

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