March 12th 2018, Evening Standard - Cryptic

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A bit of a fidget, you understand
A German team coach, possibly?
A sign of diminished dash?
Animal of wax?
As an operatic part, a villain
Chap an angler wouldn't be without
Enumerates 51 streets?
Familiar name for a sheep (male)
For Alan to break out of a terrible rut is reasonable
He only has two wheels
He's more than a master
Historically a family of maltreated mice - about 501
If good-heated would be regal, it's true
In favour, not only with father
Is such music a bit contrapuntal?
Is the Royal Astronomical Society such a body?
It's smart to join Charlie at the bar
It's worth a lot in management
King of a wild horde
Look after your ticker
Manage to keep cool about some intractable letters
Menahem has a little cough
Neither gets the number right
One may be within call, as in the garden
One's leisure is in the balance
Patsy's upset, looking pallid
Possibly cools engines
Puzzle concerning passenger transport
Quoted wrongly from the dictionary!
Said to be not exactly local
She will shortly give out the money
Studious group of assorted marines
That chap with Harris?
The firm is old, surprisingly
The grass one is of marginal interest
The modernised jug at Preston's North End
Trifled with a game fellow?
Typical American poet?
Unwise to take a girl in for something to eat
Vehicle in a crack-up
Virginia, wildly embraced by Edgar, is devastated!
Went back to bed
What cool-headed, possibly aged beggars do
Yarmouth can be said to be such a resort