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  1. Day preceding Ash Wednesday also called Pancake Day
  2. Scottish golfer; 1985 winner of The Open Championship
  3. See 15
  4. 1997-2010 Labour MP for Bolton West; 2007-08 Secretary of State for Transport
  5. See 4
  6. Wife of Theseus in Greek mythology
  7. 1984 romcom starring Steve Martin and Lily Tomlin
  8. Best Actress in a Supporting Role Oscar nominee for Psycho
  9. See 9
  10. See 9
  11. Eurasian maple tree with yellow flowers and two-winged fruits
  12. See 16
  13. City in Valparaiso, Chile, housing Brunet Castle
  14. War, 1853-56 conflict between Russia and an alliance of Turkey, Britain, France and Sardinia
  15. Standard monetary unit of the Philippines
  16. 1986 adventure-comedy film starring Walter Matthau and Cris Campion
  17. 2007 film comedy starring Steve Carell and Morgan Freeman
  18. 1969 no 1 single by Desmond Dekker and The Aces
  19. See 5 Down
  20. Leighton , 2014 and 2015 Grand National winner on Pineau de Re and Many Clouds
  21. Sacred river in Samuel Taylor Coleridge poem Kubla Khan
  22. 1992 film comedy starring John Ritter and Pam Dawber
  23. John , radio disc jockey, journalist and presenter who died in 2004
  24. Henri , rugby union scrum-half; 1988 France Test debutant against Argentina
  25. Georg Wilhelm Friedrich , German idealist philosopher who died in 1831
  26. Nigel , 1992-96 WBC Super Middleweight champion
  27. Unit of area equal to 100 square metres
  28. 1968 biopic starring Julie Andrews as Gertrude Lawrence
  29. See 1
  30. Gay , US golfer: 1967 Masters Tournament winner
  31. J D , author of novels Divided in Death and Origin in Death
  32. The , 1951 short story collection by Ray Bradbury
  33. Town in southwest Lincolnshire; birthplace of Margaret Thatcher
  34. 2002 novel by Irvine Welsh
  35. The , Socratic dialogue written by Plato examining the nature and structure of a just society
  36. 1997 action film starring Mel Gibson and Julia Roberts
  37. Port in Japan; largest city on Okinawa Island
  38. Best Actress in a Leading Role Oscar nominee for Tommy
  39. Former municipal borough of Kent now in the London Borough of Bexley
  40. Franco , Italian actor who played Lancelot Du Lac in 1967 film musical Camelot
  41. BBC TV crime drama series starring Emilia Fox as Dr Nikki Alexander
  42. water, alkaline mineral water from a French spa on the south shore of Lake Geneva
  43. See 6 Down
  44. Rupert , actor who portrayed King Charles II in 2004 film drama Stage Beauty
  45. Tree of the genus Antiaris also called the ipoh whose milky sap is used as arrow poison
  46. American term for a cannon in the game of pool
  47. The , 2003 book by Jimmy Carter subtitled A Novel of the Revolutionary War
  48. Material associated with a third wedding anniversary
  49. Dolly , singer-actress who played Doralee Rhodes in 1980 film comedy Nine to Five
  50. 1963 comedy-thriller film starring Cary Grant and Audrey Hepburn
  51. See 15
  52. Milo , actor who played Bunjy Kennefick in BBC TV sitcom Me Mammy
  53. 1979 action film starring Roger Moore and Telly Savalas
  54. See 10 Across
  55. 2005 novel by Francine Mathews
  56. West African republic; capital Niamey
  57. See 12 Across
  58. Johanna , Swiss author of 1881 childrens book Heidi
  59. Christopher , 1995-2002 Liberia striker; Arsenal 1998 FA Cup Final winner
  60. 1994 action film starring Keanu Reeves and Dennis Hopper
  61. Town in Scotland; administrative HQ of the Council Area of Clackmannanshire
  62. The , Test cricket ground in London
  63. Capital of Finland
  64. Least populated of the five boroughs of New York City
  65. Active volcano in Sicily
  66. Test cricket result that has occurred only twice; in 1960 and 1986
  67. Size of writing paper; 23 by 28 inches
  68. The , 1977 novel by John Le Carre
  69. G R J , Surrey cricketer; 1973 England Test debutant against India in Kanpur
  70. Rory , South African golfer; 2011 winner of The Honda Classic tournament
  71. Muse of history in Greek mythology
  72. Another name for the great skua
  73. Plane that dropped the first atomic bomb on Hiroshima in 1945
  74. 1977 comedy-drama film starring Paul Newman and Michael Ontkean
  75. British exponent of pop art whose works include screenprints Cut-a-Way and One Way Traffic
  76. Title character in 1826 J F Cooper novel The Last of the Mohicans
  77. See 22 Down
  78. 2011 action film starring John Travolta and Hugh Jackman
  79. James K , US president from 1845-49
  80. Mount , dormant volcano; highest peak of the Caucasus
  81. Word representing E in the NATO phonetic alphabet
  82. R J , India Test cricketer who took 5-75 against Pakistan in Nagpur in 1983
  83. Lee , US abstract expressionist painter married to Jackson Pollock from 1945-56
  84. Musical piece preceding a fugue or forming the orchestral introduction to an act of an opera
  85. 1911 Mikhail Fokine ballet with music by Igor Stravinsky
  86. The , 17th-century painting by Diego Velazquez damaged by suffragette Mary Richardson in 1914
  87. Pete , actor who played Hannibal Heyes in US television Western series Alias Smith and Jones
  88. Yarn spun from the coat of sheep, goats or other animals
  89. 2003 Irish Grand National winner ridden by Jim Culloty
  90. 2019 biopic starring Taron Egerton as Elton John
  91. Small songbird with a dull greyish-green plumage and yellow-striped crown
  92. Freddie , rugby union wing; 1977 Ireland Test debutant against France
  93. See 4
  94. Anke , 1996 Australian Open singles tennis championship runner-up
  95. See 10 Across
  96. Hawaiian tree whose reddish wood is used for furniture
  97. Hawaiian dish made from taro
  98. 1999 novel by Donna Leon
  99. Town in Scotland on the north bank of the River Clyde; administrative HQ of West Dunbartonshire
  100. See 13

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