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The old boy with the only per­fume go­ing out of date (11) Put on one’s own for not be­ing punc­tual? (7) 10. Ma­te­rial from the French

is­land (5) 11. A lan­guage of South

In­dia (5) 12. He has time to fill in his

job (7) 13. Threaten to fin­ish one

politi­cian (6) 15. Does he record runs in

twen­ties? (6) 18. Wish­ing suc­cess be­fore

to­mor­row? (4,3) 20. Song in re­ally rich

style (5) 22. Stale in the small­est

de­gree (5) 23. Lie is wrong, cer­tainly,

but gives rest­ful ease (7) 24. Zo­di­a­cal sign not re­vealed to of­fice work­ers (11) Colour for brother to pos­sess (5) En­thu­si­as­tic ap­plause for egg pro­duc­tion? (7) Cor­rects me on ris­ing to con­clu­sions (6) Of­fi­cer doesn’t need the Span­ish punc­tu­a­tion mark (5) Re­tains more of­fen­sive or­der (7) The bird pre­sum­ably had some­thing to sing about in the morn­ing (11) In­sect on trial in in­ter­na­tional sport (4,7) 14. Ir­re­li­gious, but in favour

of tem­ple (7) 16. He sur­faces af­ter work,

of course (7) 17. Or­gan per­mit­ted to find

loop­hole (6) 19. Put off an­i­mals from

go­ing in­land eter­nally (5) 21. Stir or get up to

ex­er­cise (5) This puz­zle has no clues. In­stead, ev­ery num­ber printed in the grid rep­re­sents a let­ter, with the same num­ber al­ways rep­re­sent­ing the same let­ter. For ex­am­ple, if 8 turns out to be a V, you can write in V wher­ever a square con­tains 8. Us­ing your knowl­edge of words, com­plete the puz­zle.

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