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')

_______ _______ 127 a three-sided ankle ornament (8,6)
_______ _______ 128 a three-wheeler for the little one (4,5)
_______ _______ 129 a trap made with locks, curls and pony tails (4,5)
_______ _______ 130 a tutorial about dots and dashes (5,6)
_______ _______ 131 a useless person (4,4)
_______ _______ 132 a vacuous person standing with hands on hips (6,5)
_______ _______ 133 a vernal affair (6,5)
_______ _______ 134 a very small [metric] portion of canned meat (4,4)
_______ _______ 135 a visitor from a city in north-west France (5,5)
_______ _______ 136 a way out flick, man (6,5)
_______ _______ 137 a whinny brought on by alcohol (6,7)
_______ _______ 138 a whisky that is for consumption within city limits (5,7)
_______ _______ 139 a wince by Seuss' infamous Christmas nabber (6,6)
_______ _______ 140 a wonderful thing is a caterpillar (6,6)
_______ _______ 141 a wrenched ankle due to precipitation (4,6)
_______ _______ 142 ability it conceal one's riches (6,7)
_______ _______ 143 abruptly close a mollusc (4,4)
_______ _______ 144 absorb the perspiration from Deniro's forehead (4,3)
_______ _______ 145 abstruse opposing evidence (6,8)
_______ _______ 146 accumulated martial knowledge (3,4)
_______ _______ 147 ace of clubs; scorched (7,4)
_______ _______ 148 acorn-bearer uttered (3,5)
_______ _______ 149 acrophobia (6,6)
_______ _______ 150 action carried out by organized crime (3,3)
_______ _______ 151 add me and my friend (4,2)

Answers: 127. triangle bangle, 128. tyke trike, 129. hair snare, 130. Morse course, 131. dead head, 132. akimbo bimbo, 133. spring fling, 134. Spam gram, 135. Brest guest, 136. groovy movie, 137. liquor snicker, 138. urban bourbon, 139. Grinch flinch, 140. larval marvel, 141. rain sprain, 142. wealth stealth, 143. slam clam, 144. swab Bob, 145. subtle rebuttal, 146. war lore, 147. charred card, 148. oak spoke, 149. height fright, 150. mob job, 151. plus us,

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