Rhyme and Reason by Adrian Hoad-Reddick
The answers to the following clues take the form of two rhyming words (e.g. obese feline = 'fat cat')

_______ _______ 1367 the age at which one becomes angry (6,6)
_______ _______ 1368 the age at which one becomes frugal (7,5)
_______ _______ 1369 the age at which one becomes sullen [Scot.] (5,5)
_______ _______ 1370 the aileron or VTOL (8,8)
_______ _______ 1371 the alluring beauty of language's rules (7,7)
_______ _______ 1372 the arrogant gait of a Northerner in southern U.S. following the Civil War (12,7)
_______ _______ 1373 the centre of a conundrum (6,6)
_______ _______ 1374 the closer heckler (6,6)
_______ _______ 1375 the common folk's game birds (8,9)
_______ _______ 1376 the commoners (3,6)
_______ _______ 1377 the condom has been called this (4,5)
_______ _______ 1378 The container with all of my belongings went down with the ship (5,4)
_______ _______ 1379 the cost per hour delayed (4,4)
_______ _______ 1380 the cowshed used for a fiery funeral (4,4)
_______ _______ 1381 The Days of Juno, protectress of married women (4,3)
_______ _______ 1382 the deciding 1/9th of a baseball game (7,6)
_______ _______ 1383 the dirty dozen minus two (3,3)
_______ _______ 1384 the final detonation (4,5)
_______ _______ 1385 the finest food - no better! the BEST! (10,7)
_______ _______ 1386 the forgotten area of this South American country (8,8)

Answers: 1367. shirty thirty, 1368. thrifty fifty, 1369. dorty forty, 1370. aviation creation, 1371. grammar glamour, 1372. carpetbagger swagger, 1373. riddle middle, 1374. nearer jeerer, 1375. peasant's pheasants, 1376. hoi polloi, 1377. love glove, 1378. trunk sunk, 1379. wait rate or late rate, 1380. byre pyre, 1381. Hera era, 1382. winning inning, 1383. ten men, 1384. last blast, 1385. unbeatable eatable, 1386. Bolivian oblivion,

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