The Telegraph – CRYPTIC CROSSWORD NO: 29,298 – Feb 28 2020

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‘Waiter and cook’ advert’s about right STEWARD
Answer included in new collection of corniest answers REACTIONS
Article’s enclosed for protective cover APRON
Bitter about the north? You may be this! SOUTHERN
Chant, ingesting acid and turning on STARTING
Compile ‘ten’ roughly like this clu INCOMPLETE
Country tune backing American gets into at first AUSTRIA
Euphoric bore TRANSPORTED
Forward on loan? ADVANCED
Getting on in prison having got caught out AGED
Gobbling venison up, guy that’s heartless and …? GREEDY
Golf setter played when putting in America, most impressive GREATEST
Ignore bush that’s aggravated local residents NEIGHBOURS
International tempo raised to support cold part of planet ICECAP
Mad character in following chapter originally goes rabbiting CHATTERING
Many desert, led by you in the past THOUSANDS
Metal hip with variable carbon coating ZINC
Oldster entering northbound metro in Essen SENIOR
Polished section of gate-leg antique ELEGANT
Power lies in sexiness or refined looks EXPRESSIONS
Principal problem is to crush rise of alien resistance HEADTEACHER
Remarkable Parisian on piano, soaring SURPRISING
Small building suffers, having no entry places for pets HUTCHES
Token clue SIGN
Tracks made by pile-up with top fully down HUNTS
Upper-class idlers, retiring, occasionally exercised USED
We usually leave them pounds heavier and pounds lighter Restaurants
Wrong goal overturned — that’s sport TENNIS