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THREADERS SEWERS, AT TIMES
TREADERS PEDESTRIANS
OFREADERS PART 2 OF QUOTE
READERS BOOKWORMS
READERS PEOPLE WHO CORRECT PRINTERS' PROOFS
READERS PEOPLE WHO ENJOY BOOKS
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
READERS LETTERS-TO-THE-EDITOR WRITERS
READERSHIP PERIODICAL SUPPORT FOR LECTURER'S JOINT?
READERS BOOK BUYERS
SPREADERS SOME FARM MACHINERY
READERS CRACKERS OF BOOKS?
PSALMREADERS CHURCHGOERS, SOMETIMES?
READERS LECTURERS
LIPREADERS THEY'RE FOLLOWING THE MOUTHY MOVEMENT, IN A MANNER OF SPEAKING, FOR PATRON OF THE LIBRARY IN THE MARGINS
LIPREADERS SILENT TYPES
EREADERS PORTABLE GIFTS FOR BOOK LOVERS
READERS BOOK-LOVERS ORDERED RED EARS
LAYREADERS WHAT EDITORS WRITE ABOUT SCOTTISH TOWN'S PREACHERS
READERS GRENADIERS HAVE NO GIN FOR THOSE INTO BOOKS
LIPREADERS MOUTHY TYPES RING ONE OF THOSE ON THE BOOKS FOR SILENT TYPES, IN A MANNER OF SPEAKING
READERSDIGESTMAGAZINE THE LIBRARY'S PERIODICALS ROOM WAS THE SOURCE OF MOST OF THE EXCERPTED MATERIAL IN THE FIRST ISSUE O
READERS MOST LIBRARY PATRONS
READERSHIP An author's following
MALAYREADERS Primers in Kuala Lumpur schools?
READERS Primers
READERS Library users
READERSHIP Group of people who regularly peruse a particular newspaper
READERSHIP The book-buying public praised her novel
SPREADERS Farming implements
SPREADERS Small spatulas
LIPREADERS PEOPLE WHO SEE WHAT YOU'RE SAYING?
READERS People like you are composed, I'd be cross now and then
READERS Lecturer's books
EREADERS Many people take them to bed nowadays
THREADERS NEEDLES ARE POINTLESS WITHOUT THEM
READERS They refer to the books for university men
READERS Senior academics or library patrons
DEARREADERS START OF A MESSAGE TO MAGAZINE SUBSCRIBERS
READERS Lay people in the Anglican Church authorized to conduct certain services like Evening Prayer
EREADERS NOOK AND KINDLE
SPREADERS Some farm machines
READERS People like you may have erased freely after starting right
READERS Revolutionary editor? Outwardly cares for those who keep him in business
SPREADERS Butter knives
GUARDIANREADERS YOU ARE RUDE AND RAG IS CRUDE!
READERS Published in 19 languages worldwide with a monthly circulation of 100 million, ... Digest
PROOFREADERS THOSE WHO CHECK CONCLUSIVE EVIDENCE?
EREADERS TABLET KIN
READERS CHECKERS OF PROOFS
NEWSREADERS Fresh signals start on scanners for some TV presenters
READERS They enjoy books about snakes one daughter rejected
READERS BOOKISH PEOPLE
READERS NEWSPAPER CUSTOMERS
EREADERS SUBJECT OF SOME PC MAGAZINE REVIEWS
Mindreaders FEAR AMONG UNDERGROUND WORKERS
READERSHIP ALL THOSE LOOKING AT PAPERS FOR UNIVERSITY POST
READERSHIP NEWSPAPER AUDIENCE
READERS SEE 25 ACROSS
READERS LIBRARY CLIENTELE
READERS BLOGGER'S AUDIENCE
EREADERS NOOK AND KINDLE, FOR TWO
READERS PAPER BUYERS
CARDREADERS Computer accessories
READERS Library group
SITEREADERS Potential builders?
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
READERSHIP Editorial's audience
READERSDIGESTION Magazine found in a gastroenterologist's waiting room?
SPREADERS People buttering bread e.g.,
READERSHIP People perusing paper showing academic position
READERSHIP What Crosaire may hope to have if he's all at sea
READERS You must be literate
READERSHIP People looking at our paper, for instance, in university office
Mindreaders Psychics' fear is being trapped by underground workers
READERSHIP University lecturer's well informed about circulation figures
READERS Reds are disturbing folk at university
READERS University staff referring to publicity at Queen’s?
NONREADERS Bibliophobes
READERS DIGEST Rest disagreed with editing magazine
READERS Circulation, in a way
READERS Publishing employees
READERS After upcoming editor brought in, backs lecturers
READERSDIGEST Family magazine disagreed, for a change, with others around
READERS Dons who take part in church services?
READERS Kindles, e.g
READERSHIP Lecturers cool, so we like tales or tomes
READERS Lectors
READERS Wine makers have no time for bookworms
READERS Certain glasses
READERSHIP All who see papers for university post
READERS Student textbooks
READERS Library frequenters
READERS Perusers
READERS Circulation, essentially
READERS Lecturers study royal protocols at last
READERS Circulation concern
READERS Audience for Victorian novelist at Royal Society
READERS Kindle buyers
GUARDIANREADERS We are inclined to write 'Dear Sir' and argue
COPYREADERS Some editors
PALMREADERS Some prognosticators
GUARDIANREADERS Delusions of grandeur are said to become us
PROOFREADERS Ones who tell you when your slip is showing?
Mindreaders Some Vulcans, via melds
LIPREADERS They see what you're saying
READERS Prophets erred, as fake
READERSHIP The purchasers of a newspaper or magazine
NONREADERS Consumers of audio and visual media only
READERS Editorials beginning to alter, bringing Telegraph subscribers perhaps
READERSDIGEST Magazine published in 23 countries
LIPREADERS Ones who see what you mean

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