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  1. 1848 novel by William Thackeray subtitled A Novel without a Hero
  2. Mediterranean coastal region between Cannes, France, and La Spezia, Italy
  3. Spanish wine with a vanilla bouquet produced around the Ebro River
  4. Longest river in Africa
  5. Collective noun for a group of quail
  6. Island in the Caroline Islands of the Pacific Ocean; an important Japanese naval base in World War II
  7. John , 19th-century British statesman who led the Anti-Corn-Law League with Richard Cobden
  8. Georgy , Minister of Defence of the Soviet Union from 1955-57
  9. University town in central Nigeria; a centre of the cocoa trade
  10. Anneka , Welsh television presenter whose credits include Treasure Hunt and Wish You Were Here?
  11. Heinrich , winner of the 1972 Nobel Prize in Literature
  12. Yellow-flowered evergreen shrub of the pea family also called furze
  13. Genus of plants of the saxifrage family with ornamental spikes of pink, red or white flowers
  14. Archaic name for feast Holy Innocents Day, held on 28th December in the Western Church
  15. Antonio , Italian violinist and composer of concertos The Four Seasons
  16. Large Old World tree of the mahogany family
  17. Isle of , area of Kent formerly separated from the mainland by the Wantsum Channel
  18. John , actor who played Blake Carrington in US television drama series Dynasty
  19. James , Best Director Oscar nominee for Howards End, A Room with a View and The Remains of the Day
  20. Test cricket ground; headquarters of Nottinghamshire CCC
  21. 1939 novel by Patrick White
  22. Tributary of the River Thames that flows through Oxford
  23. Tony , snooker player; 1983 Professional Players Tournament winner
  24. Musical interval considered as having eight steps
  25. Wire coloured green and yellow in a British power plug
  26. Egyptian sun god; one of the Great Ennead
  27. Bob , Best Director Oscar winner for Cabaret
  28. City in northwest Colombia housing the University of Antioquia
  29. 1977 Best Picture Oscar winner written by and starring Sylvester Stallone
  30. 1977 film drama starring Marsha Mason and Anthony Hopkins
  31. City in northwest India on the Jhelum River
  32. Obsolete name for nitric acid
  33. James K , US president from 1845-49
  34. Biblical wife of Herod Antipas and mother of Salome
  35. 1997 novel by Jim Crace
  36. Port in Kent with a ferry link to Calais
  37. Nickname of the flag of the United States of America
  38. Thomas , political pamphleteer who authored 1791s Rights of Man
  39. See 14 Across
  40. Mammal of the family Cervidae native to Japan, Russia and China with a short head and compact body
  41. Samuel , British diarist and naval administrator who died in 1703
  42. Group of early 20th-century New York City writers and actors depicted in 1994 biopic Mrs Parker and the Vicious Circle
  43. 1954 crime drama film starring Dennis OKeefe and Mara Lane
  44. Chinese magnolia cultivated for its showy white flowers
  45. Ball game; a forerunner of snooker
  46. Playing card with one spot
  47. See 5
  48. Ship in 1851 Herman Melville novel Moby-Dick commanded by Captain Ahab
  49. Laurence , author of nine-volume novel The Life and Opinions of Tristram Shandy, Gentleman
  50. Ancient Phoenician port in southern Lebanon known for the production of a rare sort of purple dye
  51. 1950s political movement in Cyprus led by Georgeios Grivas
  52. Louis , Swiss racing driver who co-founded a motor car company in Detroit, US, in 1911
  53. King of England from 1199-1216
  54. 1986 novel by William Goldman
  55. Town in Moray, Scotland, on Spey Bay
  56. Leader of the Argonauts in the quest for the Golden Fleece in Greek mythology
  57. 1983 Derby winner ridden by Lester Piggott
  58. 2008 film comedy starring Steve Carell and Anne Hathaway
  59. Gunnar , 1976-77 F1 motor racing driver; 1977 Belgian GP winner
  60. Member of an ancient Indian people that inhabited the Southern Gulf Coast of Mexico
  61. 2012 horror film starring Elijah Wood and Nora Arnezeder
  62. City in northeast Spain; capital of Aragon
  63. Small ornamented case for holding needles or cosmetics
  64. See 2 Down
  65. Capital of Slovenia
  66. 1764 novel by Horace Walpole
  67. Anke , 1996 Australian Open singles tennis championship runner-up
  68. Dennis , former Manchester United FC and Stoke City inside forward capped twice by England
  69. P P , India Test cricketer who took 6-47 against West Indies in Mumbai in 2011
  70. River in Spain that flows to the Mediterranean southwest of Tarragona
  71. Town in West Yorkshire; filming location for BBC TV sitcom Last of the Summer Wine
  72. Giovanni , 14th-century Italian poet who authored short story collection The Decameron
  73. Number represented by symbol X in Roman numerals
  74. Long narrow boat used on the canals of Venice
  75. See 15 Across
  76. Thick fleshy part of the back of the leg between the ankle and knee
  77. Lionel , composer of stage musicals Twang! and Maggie May
  78. 1998 film drama starring John Travolta and Robert Duvall
  79. Capital of Cyprus
  80. Teemu , Finland and Norwich City FC forward
  81. Author of stage plays Allelujah! and The Habit of Art
  82. State of Peninsular Malaysia; capital George Town
  83. Elizabeth , author of novels The Last September and Eva Trout
  84. Best Actor in a Leading Role Oscar nominee for 1981 romcom Arthur
  85. River that flows to the Bristol Channel at Cardiff
  86. Daughter of Zeus and Leda in Greek mythology whose abduction caused the Trojan War
  87. Mainland territory of Equatorial Guinea; chief town Bata
  88. US choreographer named Dancer of the Century by Time magazine in 1998
  89. European herring-like food fish of the genus Sardina
  90. Dianne , Best Actress in a Supporting Role Oscar winner for Bullets Over Broadway
  91. County of the Republic of Ireland between Longford and Monaghan
  92. King of England from 1135-54
  93. Thelonious , US jazz pianist and composer who died in 1982
  94. 1946 biopic starring Irene Dunne, Rex Harrison and Linda Darnell
  95. Chris , 2008 and 2012 Olympic track cycling keirin gold medallist
  96. Female swan
  97. Capital of Huamanga Province, Peru, renowned for its 33 churches
  98. See 10 Across
  99. Former English silver coin worth four pennies
  100. See 15 Across

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