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Bargain found in Kentish Town? (4)


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I believe this clue is a double definition.

'bargain' is the first definition.
(I know that bargain can be written as deal)

'kentish town?' is the second definition.
(Deal is a town in Kent)

'found in' acts as a link.

(Other definitions for deal that I've seen before include "Trade; pine wood" , "Pass around (e.g. cards)" , "Distribute cards or do business" , "Bargain or kind of wood" , "Business arrangement in timber" .)

I've seen this clue in The Sun.
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