The Telegraph - CRYPTIC CROSSWORD NO: 29,212 - Nov 19 2019

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... in other words, hugging Granny is foolish INANE
A friend has texted 'you are not professional' AMATEUR
Bloomer is top of fashion in revolution DAFFODIL
Changes made by artist alone to model ALTERATIONS
Cryptic setters ... they pose problems? TESTERS
Damage second vehicle SCAR
Gather graduate stops fool AMASS
Just hug flirt nervously RIGHTFUL
Law-abiding i.e. don't be criminal OBEDIENT
Legend starts to chronicle elderly ladies endangering boys ... CELEB
Men turned up in leading company TROOP
Most awful kind of wine consumed by Den NASTIEST
Mount part of creature's skin? SCALE
Naive, like Simon? CALLOW
Next to a hypotenuse? ALONGSIDE
Players went ahead and exchanged pieces CASTLED
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Quench thirst from small pond SLAKE
Regularly trying machinery RIG
Remove minor uncertainty in speech WEEDOUT
Return part of Jubilee line seems unsteady and old, perhaps SENILE
Reveal former stance EXPOSE
Some aren't allowed property for hire RENTAL
Spare hydrogen stored in container THIN
Squirrel wrapping tip of tail with ribbon STASH
Strangely chaotic after mum makes drink MACCHIATO
Supporter of artist's work? EASEL
The way in which Sherlock solves crimes? BAKERSTREET
Trunk in which one keeps playing cards? SUITCASE
UK, with Romans in disarray, goes wild RUNSAMOK
Well-seasoned and refined TASTEFUL
What coin isn't biased? ONESIDED
Winner's strike HIT