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  1. Lionel , Argentina and Barcelona forward; 2010-12 and 2015 FIFA Ballon dOr winner
  2. Very short skirt worn by a ballerina
  3. Highest point on Bodmin Moor
  4. 1988 comedy-drama film starring Dustin Hoffman and Tom Cruise; 1989 Best Picture Oscar winner
  5. Toothless mammal with a long snout that feeds on termites
  6. City in the central Netherlands housing the Dom Tower
  7. See 3
  8. 1998 comedy-crime film starring Chris Rea and Ben Kingsley
  9. Christian , French couturier noted for his New Look
  10. Port in Japan; largest city on Okinawa Island
  11. Hard jet-black coal that burns slowly giving out an intense heat
  12. See 1
  13. 2014 novel by Louise Mensch
  14. Actor and satirist known for his work with Rory Bremner and John Fortune
  15. Town in Piedmont, Italy, famous for its sparkling wine
  16. See 20 Down
  17. Arthur , 1975 Wimbledon singles tennis championship winner
  18. See 7
  19. See 11 Across
  20. Comic actor who played the title role in 1990s BBC TV sitcom The Brittas Empire
  21. Judy , US author of novels Wifey, Blubber and Deenie
  22. Stadium, 1964-2008 home of US baseball team the New York Mets
  23. 1938 novel by T H White
  24. Dennis , 1990-91 WBC Light Heavyweight champion
  25. 2007 biopic starring Sam Riley as singer Ian Curtis
  26. Yellow cheese with large holes named after a valley in Switzerland
  27. Small burrowing rodent of North America such as Gunnisons
  28. Son of Telamon; Greek hero of the Trojan War
  29. Market town in North Devon; birthplace of playwright John Gay
  30. River upon which Nottingham stands
  31. See 8
  32. Long-legged doglike mammal of south Asia and Africa
  33. Lover of Hari Kumar in 1966 Paul Scott novel The Jewel in the Crown
  34. Alias of Natty Bumppo in stories by James Fenimore Cooper
  35. CGS unit of work or energy
  36. Best Picture Oscar-winning 1952 Cecil B DeMille film drama starring Betty Hutton and Cornel Wilde
  37. River that flows into Morecambe Bay at Fleetwood
  38. Graeme , cyclist; author of 2003 autobiography Flying Scotsman
  39. London Underground station on the Central Line between Shepherds Bush and Notting Hill Gate
  40. 1973, 1974 and 1977 Grand National-winning horse
  41. Brightest star in constellation Ursa Minor
  42. See 15
  43. Loretta , actress who played Major Houlihan in US television sitcom M*A*S*H
  44. Childrens card game
  45. Tree with winged seeds whose wood is used for tool handles
  46. Canine companion of Wallace in claymation films by Nick Park
  47. Capital of the Bahamas
  48. Grigori , Siberian peasant monk murdered in St Petersburg, Russia, in 1916
  49. Nell , author of stage plays Steaming and Cancer Tales
  50. See 7
  51. Tree of Africa and south Asia that exudes a resin used in perfume and medicine
  52. of France, wife of Edward II of England
  53. Village in Gloucestershire near the England-Wales border housing a moated Norman castle
  54. Small rodent of Eurasia and North America
  55. African republic; capital NDjamena
  56. SI derived unit of angle
  57. Son of Odysseus and Penelope in Greek mythology
  58. See 1 Across
  59. George , author of 1707 stage play The Beaux Stratagem
  60. Lake, body of water in Northwest Territories, Canada, on the Arctic Circle
  61. In electronics, a control such as a variable resistor used to set initial conditions
  62. Amanda , actress who starred as Anne Elliot in 1995 BBC TV film drama Persuasion
  63. Young unfledged pigeon
  64. Tom , US actor who starred in 1958 sci-fi film I Married a Monster from Outer Space
  65. US ventriloquist whose puppets included Lamb Chop and Hush Puppy
  66. Antony , actor who played Dr Moth in 1998 comedy-drama film Shakespeare in Love
  67. Indian diamond; part of the Crown Jewels of the United Kingdom
  68. See 3
  69. 1935 novel by John Steinbeck featuring the character Big Joe Portagee
  70. Main protein present in milk and cheese
  71. Second brightest star in the constellation Perseus, also known as the Demon Star
  72. Fifth sign of the zodiac
  73. The , 1955 novel by Leon Uris
  74. See 23 Across
  75. 1985 Western film directed by and starring Clint Eastwood
  76. 1946 novel by Agatha Christie
  77. 1983 novel by D M Thomas
  78. 2010 Cheltenham Gold Cup winner ridden by Paddy Brennan
  79. Small port and resort in Argyll and Bute, west Scotland
  80. City in Canada housing the University of Saskatchewan
  81. Moses Ndiema , 2014 Commonwealth 10,000m gold medallist
  82. 1816 opera by Gioachino Rossini subtitled The Useless Precaution
  83. The , 2008 novel by Christos Tsiolkas
  84. Sea god in classical mythology; husband of Doris
  85. Eldest of Noahs three sons in the Old Testament
  86. Yvonne , singer-actress who played Mary Magdalene in 1973 film musical Jesus Christ Superstar
  87. Charles Strouse and Martin Charnin show; 1977 Tony Award winner for Best Musical and Best Original Score
  88. Democratic socialist magazine relaunched in 2018 whose editors have included Michael Foot and Chris Mullin
  89. Unit of weight equal to 2,240 pounds
  90. Ambrose , US poet and satirist who disappeared in Mexico in 1913
  91. Annette , singer and actress who played Dee Dee in 1964 film musical Bikini Beach
  92. Katie , 2005 and 2007 FINA World Aquatics Championships 200m and 400m individual medley gold medallist
  93. Gavin , British sculptor and conceptual artist whose installations include 2004s The Golden Thread
  94. 1979 sci-fi film starring Tom Skerritt and Sigourney Weaver
  95. See 9
  96. Cup, annual tournament contested by British and American ladies tennis teams between 1923-89
  97. European finch with a brown streaked plumage
  98. Joan , Spanish painter whose works include 1967s The Gold of Azure
  99. Sound made by a pigeon
  100. 1981 film comedy starring Ringo Starr and Dennis Quaid

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