The Times (South Africa) - - PUZZLES - ACROSS DOWN

In­vited one to keep quiet – one most vol­u­ble (8) Age added to small pass­port, per­haps – in pro­file? (4-2) Around ten or eleven Deutschmarks men ac­quire dig­ging around (3-7) Husky com­mand per­haps fea­tures mawk­ish­ness (4) Keep mum’s old house on – get name off the wall (4,4,6) Re­turned un­fin­ished per­fume and note en­clos­ing book to­kens (7) Watches film, think­ing nor­mally (7) For one grand ren­der flat fare (3,4) Cal­i­for­nia bish­ops pre­pared with spe­cial scrip­ture read­ing (7) Fancy meet­ing point ul­ti­mately is like ar­cade with globe out­side (3,1,5,5) Lo­ca­tion vis­ited on and off or sel­dom (4) Ar­guably, bovine fel­low needs hospi­tal de­part­ment to sup­ply this? (6,4) Maybe miss vis­it­ing ho­tel? Try mo­tel af­ter a spin (6) Id­iot heard to run into van (8) Pos­si­ble US ver­sion of Morse to stick with Ox­ford? (7) Blue, or­nately gabled stor­age place for bi­cy­cles (9) El­e­ment in cer­tain form – very first to fill in that is (7) Safe at the out­set, ex­cept if dark (7) Girl from Parma, maybe, briefly pass­ing by in it (9) Fol­low press chief’s self-in­tro­duc­tion, lift­ing is­sue of Mer­cury? (7) Ex-pupil with some­thing painted blue (7) Pil­lar and beam, the first fall­ing on pitch (9) Host with piece of cake and cock­tail (3,6) Achieve in­flu­ence in dis­pute (7) Do take over from oth­ers, noth­ing hav­ing been ar­ranged (7) City solid, pre­serv­ing record (7) Buckle on clob­ber, raised dec­o­ra­tive fas­ten­ing (7) Did tea menu in the end, sur­pris­ingly not cooked? (7)

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