April 21 2017, Evening Standard Cryptic

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Clue
En masse and without warning
The testiness, I shall indulge
Time, now, to move from the built-up area
Lovely girl, but she may be rotten to the core!
Supplanting, for the second trip round
Appear to be a pointed reminder to hurry up
Finding me in its hole can really worry this creature
Unfortunately leave the H out of “hoist”
Linked with the menswear racket
Stream from the said opening
Placing beside - in the store cupboard?
Fight that always results in a draw
Washes and has a drink
Turning scarlet now, to one’s amazement
Struggle to deceive nurse
Money you have to pay out if you lose?
Many, indeed, are of minor importance
As the first, I get on and take a look around
Flushes when one points at
Give a thrashing to in the return game
Turns the table - it’s on wheels
When I get home, the Crees are rampaging round the dwelling
Be framing a picture of the old prison
Gets angry about what the hair drier does
Hint I meant it to leak
Maintain you are as fast as the others
The top bar is in the wrong place
Giving the man’s name and where to find him?
She is moving us in with those Jezebels!
Was it responsible for the monstrous forest fire?
She’s a Green
Still acts strangely about half the time
A crack that will irritate
Decreasing going downhill
Figure the horse reared because of the bird
Quite unalike - certain Europeans excluded
Salubrious words of commendation
The fish, kid, will be rising
Expected still to knock out the fighter
Without a lead, which is stupid
Intended, indeed, to give one’s autograph
Step out after a small measure, one gathers
Concerning a fight
Hidden again in court