The Telegraph – CRYPTIC CROSSWORD NO: 29,986 – May 13 2022s

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Academic expert following fuel company heading for renewables PROFESSOR
As cider’s drunk, making cocktails SIDECARS
Axe having a second-rate shine, needing head scrubbed ABOLISH
Bang on about retired cleric ACCURATE
Bird collecting article from another planet MARTIAN
Budge seal restricting opening of noodles SHUNT
Calm down relative consuming drink both ends of day STEADYON
Camel roamed dry ground DROMEDARY
Church official taking characters from Essex to Norfolk SEXTON
Cross after draw in card game CONTRACTBRIDGE
Crotchety sleeper perhaps welcoming kip SNAPPY
Daughter sent back inferior sink DROOP
Elaborate finishes on the onyx container with diamonds EXPAND
False one, screen in plastic INSINCERE
Fan making return visit had totally uncovered country TUNISIA
Lack of muscles means crew regularly lost ABSENCE
Measured temperature in beloved person rising RATED
One’s uncertain state after whiskey? I’m uncertain! WAVERER
Oscar received by actress cast as philosopher SOCRATES
Plate on half of armour showing stain DISHONOUR
Praise and kiss a soldier on base EXALT
Presumably nothing left in safe ALLRIGHT
Prevent bad smell coming up through hollow tube OBVIATE
Rate main social works for Browning CARAMELISATION
Reviewed religious subject is to include earnest faster SPEEDIER
Rook with slippery fish totters REELS
Setting competition with ten entered for Sweden CONTEXT
Short of a French wine to serve up UNDER
Social climber put off hosting celebrity UPSTART
Third of zoos with permits for young birds OWLETS