September 12th 2018, Evening Standard - Cryptic

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A hush in the wood
A minor branch, you understand
A New Zealander with taste
A writer's point
Airman touring a rocket centre showing little activity
Arraign Charlie at the central court in a bad case
Author Wallace (not Edgar) from Isleworth
Barking sailor?
Beer with a portion of duck and a vegetable
Brown boy's pears
David's part of Wales?
Finished in German style
Game to upset a spiteful woman
Gosh how it goes up and down!
Heroic old police department?
Kept in the studio still
Like the piper you need for some lieder at the piano
Make to arise?
Naval section of the horse artillery
Nothing like a duck
One thinks of them as abstractions
Organ of an active kind, with a key part
Out of date actor in town
Playmate a girl's too young for
Smiled wryly when tricked
SOS put out as a chancy thing
Stir up noisy quarrels, we hear
Take refuge in extremes of cold when castigated
Tennis stars still having growing potential?
The last imaginable feline or horse
The one bargain that couldn't be better
They have strings one ties in a knot at the weekend
To the Yankee, everybody's a friend
Trophy hotly contested
Uplands, oddly enough
Upright part of a Christmas tree
Very much like Britain?
Well, not less than famously
Where to shoot past, going round the island
Wherein to fight for a warm-hearted woman
Wherein to keep money on the side
Writer of some poetry