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It’s some­thing out­stand­ing for the high church­man (8) The girl from Hol­land or Aus­tria (4) Don’t in­clude the be­gin­nings of our ma­te­rial in time (4) 10 & 21Ac. Doesn’t stand for what the Pres­i­dent does (5,3,5) 11. The end of a col­la­tion in the bag will make this! (5) 12. Tear­ing the rock apart (7) 13. One may lose it on a visit

to the the­atre (13) 18. Be­ing pre-em­i­nent, some re­turn in­side the strong­hold (8) 19. One end­lessly cher­ished

con­cept (4) 20. Re­moval of record is un­doubted after a long time (7) 21. See 10 Across 22. In pa­rades a showy

piece of re­galia (4) 23. Game war­dens? (8) 1. 5. 9. A re­minder from chaps in un­usual tome (7) Spots a sec­tion that has been de­stroyed (7) Dra­matic trans­for­ma­tion for which shift-work­ers are used! (6,2,5) Away team not hav­ing en­tered (7) Ever­last­ing de­scrip­tion of those who stay young longer (7) 8. Pro­vides com­pen­sa­tion

about French coun­try (6) 13. A hun­dred pro­pos­als for

mak­ing money-boxes (7) 14. The usual stan­dards en­com­pass­ing an early group of in­vaders (7) 15. Aca­dem­i­cally speak­ing, a tem­po­rary set­tle­ment by Amer­ica (6) 16. Not one nor the other

could be in there (7) 17. Tries to change the French, be­ing destitute of ideas (7) 2. 3. 4. 6. 7. 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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