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  1. , 12A & 4D Mountain system extending from eastern Victoria to northern Queensland, Australia (5,8,5)
  2. Oscar —, 1992 Olympic Lightweight boxing gold medallist
  3. Regent of the Sun in John Milton poem Paradise Lost
  4. 1979 opera by Philip Glass loosely based on the life of Mahatma Gandhi
  5. See 1 Across
  6. Smallest piglet in a litter
  7. Metallic element; symbol Pt
  8. 1977 novel by Stephen King
  9. Sea duck of the northern hemisphere valued for the soft fine down of the female
  10. Cousin of Desdemona in William Shakespeare play Othello
  11. William de Wiveleslie —, scientist after whom the surveying instrument a topographic — level is named
  12. Charles —, French composer of 1864 opera Mireille
  13. God of war in Greek mythology
  14. Collective noun for a group of quail
  15. See 1 Across
  16. Organisation based in Llantrisant, Wales, which possesses the sole right to manufacture coins and notes of the realm
  17. Spanish port and resort; birthplace of Pablo Picasso
  18. John —, Governor of Victoria, Australia, from 2001-06; second man to run a sub-four minute mile
  19. Winner of the 1989 Australian Open men's singles tennis championship
  20. Score of nothing in certain games
  21. See 14 Across
  22. Simon —, Chief Conductor of the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra from 2002-18
  23. Yvonne —, 1994 Commonwealth 10,000m gold medallist
  24. Purple-flowered plant whose long slender hollow leaves are used in cooking
  25. & 22D Conservative MP for Bognor Regis and Littlehampton; has served as Minister of State for Schools under four prime ministers (4,4)
  26. See 21 Down
  27. Market town in Kent; one of the original Cinque Ports
  28. & 17A 2003 film Western starring Robert Duvall and Kevin Costner (4,5)
  29. Television sitcom starring Matt LeBlanc, Stephen Mangan and Tamsin Greig
  30. Eric —, winner of five individual speed skating gold medals at the 1980 Winter Olympics
  31. Hand-held device in computing for controlling cursor movement
  32. Lively partner dance originating in Brazil
  33. In golf, the flagpole marking the hole on a green
  34. Position of the controls of a gearbox that leaves the transmission disengaged
  35. See 8 Across
  36. Tall fast-growing grass whose stem is used for building and furniture
  37. 1952 film western starring Gary Cooper and Thomas Mitchell
  38. Area of low marshy ground in South Africa such as the Umgeni —
  39. Insectivorous mammals of South America
  40. — City, the largest in Vietnam
  41. Minor southern constellation bordering Horologium, Dorado and Hydrus
  42. Paul —, 1988 Olympic 800m gold medallist
  43. 1989 Best Picture Oscar winner starring Dustin Hoffman and Tom Cruise
  44. Subatomic particle similar to, but with a much greater mass than, an electron
  45. River in central Germany upon which Felsberg and Fritzlar stand
  46. Sport chiefly invented by Bob Gurnsey, Hayes Noel and Charles Gaines in 1981
  47. 2010 stage play by Alistair Beaton
  48. & 18D Satirical strip cartoon by Al Capp featuring the character Daisy Mae Scragg (3,5)
  49. John —, 1991 winner of the World Snooker Championship
  50. See 14 Down
  51. Native of Helsinki, say
  52. Syngman —, president of South Korea from 1948-60
  53. The —, 1927 novel by Edgar Wallace
  54. Rick —, author of the Percy Jackson & the Olympians novel series
  55. Donna —, author of the novels The Secret History and The Little Friend
  56. Plant related to the onion; a national emblem of Wales
  57. UK's smallest bird of prey
  58. Elephant in stories for children by Jean de Brunhoff
  59. & 7D 1948 novel by Frances Parkinson Keyes
  60. Ship in which Jason went in search of the Golden Fleece
  61. Alcoholic drink originating in Russia
  62. Flightless marine bird of Antarctic regions
  63. Process of passing an electric current through a conducting solution causing a chemical change
  64. — I, Emperor of the French from 1804-14
  65. Wes —, actor who played Eytukan in 2009 action film Avatar
  66. The —, borough of New York City
  67. Jenny —, actress who played Jessica 6 in 1976 action film Logan's Run
  68. The —, 1952 film drama starring Bette Davis and Sterling Hayden
  69. Old World bird with brown plumage and speckled wings associated with the carol The Twelve Days of Christmas
  70. See 15 Across
  71. Horizontal band across a shield in heraldry
  72. Fifth month of the year in the Gregorian calendar
  73. Pierre —, French lexicographer who edited the Grand Dictionnaire universel du XIXe siecle
  74. David —, US impresario and playwright whose works include Adrea, Mima and Fanny
  75. Act of knocking down all the pins with two balls in tenpin bowling
  76. 1966 Grand National-winning horse
  77. Bob —, 1996 US Republican Party presidential candidate
  78. — Theatre, building in Southwark, London built in 1599
  79. M D —, New Zealand Test cricketer who hit 299 against Sri Lanka at Wellington in 1991
  80. Katie —, actress who played Cho Chang in the Harry Potter film series
  81. Dick —, US actor who played Bert in 1964 family film Mary Poppins
  82. Jose Luis —, WBC Lightweight champion from 2000-02
  83. Former chief magistrate in the republic of Venice
  84. — Sea, shallow arm of the Arctic Ocean between the New Siberian Islands and the Taimyr Peninsula
  85. Serge —, Venezuela-born rugby union wing/fullback; 1980 France debutant against South Africa
  86. Jonathan —, author of the novels Every Last Cent and The Ten Word Game
  87. 1949 comedy-drama film starring Spencer Tracy and Katharine Hepburn
  88. David —, actor who portrayed Dr Martin Luther King, Jr in 2014 biopic Selma
  89. London Tube station that became disused when the line from Epping closed in 1994
  90. City in Bouches-du-Rhone, France, housing a Roman amphitheatre
  91. & 6D 2005 novel by Nick Hornby (1,4,3,4)
  92. Musical instrument associated primarily with Scotland
  93. Henry —, 1978 Commonwealth 5000m gold medallist
  94. See 26 Across
  95. 1937 crime drama film starring Humphrey Bogart and Dick Foran
  96. Small fleshy flap of tissue at the back of the throat; an extension of the soft palate
  97. 1982 F1 World Drivers' Championship winner
  98. Samuel —, 19th-century British politician after whom the load line on a ship is named
  99. See 2 Down
  100. J T —, author of the novels Trail Boss and Waco's Debt

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