The Guardian – Cryptic Crossword Answers No 27,846 – Jun 12 2019

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A lot of money that’s forced into the ground PILE
Author includes ‘Mountain King’ as a perfume ingredient AMBERGRIS
Bird book released by bailiff EAGLE
Bond’s suspicious about Bellow WARRANTY
Cash substitute, if Kent got hit GIFTTOKEN
Corrupt data etc repaired INFECT
Dodgy sun-baked starter removed from eatery UNSAFE
Drive home with knickers virtually unrestrained RAMPANT
Element of organ infection and reduced energy associated with smoker FLUE
Enemy broadcast ‘fake’! FAUX
Gets more friendly with expelled members ARMS
Health food to eat with bulk BRAWN
Indications of office sin: gin-swilling one on one INSIGNIA
It follows it might have to be taken out APPENDIX
It’s fabulous producing old-hat student humour? UNICORN
Live! Hit performer’s jazz instrumentalist BEBOPPER
Mall forerunner’s become tiresome PALL
Many lands BAGS
Mark ordered to secure grand opening BADGE
Metal cruet cast a slight shade TINCTURE
Old Red Belly performing without bass ELDERLY
Port Washington’s outskirts flooded by river TAWNY
Rating indignation as a symbolic thing? SALTIRE
Record run SINGLE
See 9 PIPE
Shady stationer nursing bad back SINISTER
Shows competence when dropping first black SABLE
States true version up front: ‘It was one’s first abode’ UTERUS
Turn on US president (wife getting chop) BUSHWHACK
Working to get rid of one part of the percussion section? GONG