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  1. 2008 novel by Alex Scarrow
  2. Name from 1973-2001 of Papua, aka Western New Guinea
  3. US humorist whose volumes of poetry include 1931s Death and Taxes
  4. See 8 Across
  5. See 1 Across
  6. Third son of Adam in the Old Testament
  7. Henry David , US author of 1849 essay Civil Disobedience
  8. Comedian and performance artist who played Latka Gravas in US television sitcom Taxi
  9. Leader of Sinn Fein from 1983-2018
  10. 1985 fantasy film starring Tom Cruise and Mia Sara
  11. See 15 Across
  12. See 16 Across
  13. Tam , Labour MP from 1962-2005; 2001-05 Father of the House
  14. 2018 novel by Anne Tyler
  15. David , winner of the 2008 Comedy Award at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe
  16. 2006 novel by Michael Connelly
  17. Multihull sailing vessel of the South Pacific
  18. See 4 Down
  19. Deep inlet of the Pacific Ocean in northwest Washington, US
  20. English actress who played Dr Felix Gibson in BBC TV drama series Waking the Dead
  21. See 9 Down
  22. 1972 crime drama film starring Ron ONeal and Carl Lee
  23. Andre , French author; 1947 Nobel Prize in Literature winner
  24. Former gold rush town in Alaska; finishing point of the Iditarod trail sled dog race
  25. See 7 Across
  26. Stephan , Austrian Alpine skier; 2002 Olympic giant slalom gold medallist
  27. 1968 novel by Arthur Hailey
  28. Capital of Egypt
  29. Variety of China tea flavoured with oil of bergamot
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  31. 2011 live-action/animated film starring James Marsden and the voice talent of Russell Brand
  32. Linus , actor who portrayed Samuel Coleridge in 2000 biopic Pandaemonium
  33. Indira , prime minister of India from 1980-84
  34. 2009 comedy-drama film starring Meryl Streep, Steve Martin and Alec Baldwin
  35. 1969 stage play with a protagonist called Allan Felix
  36. 1974 Eurovision Song Contest winners with Waterloo
  37. Tea , actress who played Rosemary Rose in 2009 film comedy The Smell of Success
  38. 1971 studio album by John Lennon
  39. See 20 Across
  40. Ancient region of central Italy between the Rivers Tiber and Arno
  41. God of love in Greek mythology
  42. 1962 action film starring John Wayne and Hardy Kruger
  43. Author, actor and sleight-of-hand expert who played Kurt Longjohn in 1997 film drama Boogie Nights
  44. Former municipal borough of Kent now in the London Borough of Bexley
  45. 1997 film drama starring Katrin Cartlidge and Lynda Steadman
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  47. 1994 crime drama film starring Sadie Frost and Jude Law
  48. Synthetic chemical element; symbol Db
  49. Large deer also called the North American elk
  50. Clare , 1983-2010 Labour MP for Birmingham Ladywood; Secretary of State for International Development from 1997-2003
  51. Jochen , F1 motor racing driver; 1975 Spanish GP winner
  52. Port in Israel on the Bay of Acre
  53. Umberto , Italian composer of operas Andrea Chenier and Fedora
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  55. 1979 novel by Joseph Heller
  56. Greek Cynic philosopher born in Sinope who advocated self-sufficiency
  57. Cup, womens badminton world team championship
  58. 1997 and 1999 World Championships mens marathon gold medallist
  59. City in northwest Texas, US, formerly associated with the helium industry
  60. The , 1915 novel by John Buchan
  61. See 20 Across
  62. 1992 horror film starring Virginia Madsen, Tony Todd and Xander Berkeley
  63. See 16 Across
  64. John , prison reformer who wrote 1777 book The State of Prisons in England and Wales
  65. Insectivorous amphibian whose very long hind legs are specialised for hopping
  66. 1988 biopic starring Forest Whitaker as jazz musician Charlie Parker
  67. The , Snoo Wilson stage play first produced in Seattle in 1982
  68. Medium-sized seabird, primarily black with a white underside
  69. A R , Australia Test cricketer who hit 205 against New Zealand in Adelaide in 1987
  70. Anglo-Saxon god equivalent to the Norse Odin
  71. The , 1966 novel by Graham Greene
  72. Tall tree affected by fungal disease DED
  73. Jeremy , Best Actor in a Leading Role Oscar winner for Reversal of Fortune
  74. 1956 war film starring Jack Palance and Eddie Albert
  75. Christian , 2004 Olympic triple jump gold medallist
  76. Francois , South Africa 2007 Rugby World Cup Final-winning centre
  77. Patricia , Best Actress in a Leading Role Oscar nominee for The Subject Was Roses
  78. Berkshire town housing a public school for boys
  79. Town in County Armagh, Northern Ireland, on the River Bann
  80. City and state capital of Perak, Malaysia
  81. Rite of sprinkling holy water at the beginning of the Mass in the Catholic Church
  82. Arthur , Bedfordshire-born author of novels In High Places and The Moneychangers
  83. William , Conservative Party leader from 1997-2001
  84. French dramatist whose real name was Jean-Baptiste Poquelin
  85. British comic book character whose arch-enemy was The Mekon
  86. Edith , author of novels The Age of Innocence and The House of Mirth
  87. Airy spirit in William Shakespeare play The Tempest
  88. Val , Yalta-born producer of films I Walked with a Zombie and Cat People
  89. Textile town in Greater Manchester; birthplace of the Co-operative Movement
  90. Jamie , actor who played Corporal Klinger in US television sitcom M*A*S*H
  91. Otto , orchestral conductor; composer of operas Eros and Wehen
  92. Nocturnal New World bird such as the least or sand-coloured
  93. Secular holiday that usually falls on 26 December
  94. Margaret , 2004 London Marathon elite race winner
  95. 1902 novella by Joseph Conrad featuring steamer the SS Nan-Shan
  96. See 15 Across
  97. Watery liquid that separates from the curd when milk is clotted
  98. 1651 work by English philosopher Thomas Hobbes
  99. Scottish village on the River Clyde associated with David Dale and Robert Owen
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