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  1. 2001 movie starring Audrey Tautou
  2. 21 from 2005-2013
  3. The current 21
  4. The capital of Zambia
  5. Landmark near Staithes on the Yorkshire coast
  6. __ Cuts; 1960s reductions to Britains railway networks
  7. Alexander _, poet who presumed not God to scan?
  8. Citizen of Muscat
  9. Short musical studies for which Chopin, for example, is known
  10. Country bordered by Botswana and Angola
  11. 21 from 1831-1846
  12. See 19 Down
  13. Actor known for her Olivier award winning performance in Yerma
  14. Malcolm __, Peter Capaldis character in The Thick of It
  15. Character played by Olivia Newton-John in Grease
  16. Hebridean island
  17. Fay __, actor who plays Jenny Gifford in Cold Feet
  18. 21 in 1978
  19. Country bordered by Sudan and Djibouti
  20. The first woman to be a bishop in the Church of England
  21. See 6 Down
  22. Breakfast food developed by Maximilian Bircher-Benner
  23. Australian outlaw and folk legend
  24. 21 from 1721-1724
  25. See 9
  26. __ Emmerich, actor who plays FBI agent Stan Beeman in The Americans
  27. See 7
  28. A centre of the gambling industry in Mississippi?
  29. Actor who played 13 in 13
  30. Where the litigious meet?
  31. Actor who played 13 in The Crown
  32. Extinct genus of molluscs named for a former province of Sweden
  33. Ancient city in the Lazio region of Italy
  34. Gaelic name for Scotland
  35. Alice __, lover of Edward VII
  36. Dame Helen __, actor who played 13 in The Queen
  37. Hallucinogenic drug
  38. __ Swann, character played by Keira Knightley in Pirates of the Caribbean
  39. The curfew tolls the __ of parting day... : Thomas Grays Elegy Written in a Country Churchyard
  40. Former Scotland, Chelsea and Everton footballer; now a writer and broadcaster
  41. Long-legged water birds
  42. Actor who played 13 in The Crown
  43. Nickname for Dwight Eisenhower
  44. See 21 Across
  45. Stout explorer - according to John Keats?
  46. See 8
  47. __ Jupp, actor and comedian
  48. Latin name for the Song of Simeon
  49. Four art galleries - in London, Liverpool and Cornwall
  50. See 6
  51. Where 7, 6/21/2 and 15/8/13 may be found - or a 2009 movie starring George Clooney?
  52. Tossed salads and...? What the blues are calling in Frasiers theme song
  53. Jewish savoury pastry with a potato and onion filling
  54. A soft cows-milk French cheese
  55. Racing driver in Top Gear
  56. Copper 6 in New York harbour
  57. See 15 Down
  58. Golden __, an incentive to stay in a particular post
  59. Seaport in Ukraine
  60. A Guardian crossword setter - one from Birmingham!
  61. Bean curd
  62. See 6 Down
  63. Nickname for New Orleans
  64. Coronation Street character played by Helen Worth
  65. Another name for Persian
  66. City in Devon
  67. Lady Macbeths most famous exclamation?
  68. See 15
  69. 6 in Kiev, part of the National Museum of the History of Ukraine in the Second World War
  70. Statue of the Greek sun-god Helios named for the island on which it was built
  71. The last sultan of the Ottoman Empire
  72. Irish republican party founded by Éamon de Valera
  73. __, therefore I am - according to both Descartes by way of Monty Python, and Roger Scruton?
  74. Palace and fortress in Granada
  75. The capital of Sierra Leone
  76. The so-called Silver State in the US
  77. One of three types of school recognised in the 1944 Education Act
  78. __ Bergman, Swedish actor
  79. A mausoleum in Agra - or a blues musician?
  80. See 4 Down
  81. See 4
  82. Cubas capital
  83. Greek mathematician, founder of geometry
  84. See 16 Down
  85. The __, Orangemens Day in Northern Ireland
  86. How F. Scott Fitzgerald viewed the 4 in his final novel?
  87. See 4
  88. Billy __, musician whose hits include Dancing with Myself
  89. Nazi purge at the end of June, 1934
  90. Gulf off the Vietnamese coast in the South China Sea
  91. Charlie Browns antagonist?
  92. Stevie __, pseudonym of Stevland Morris
  93. Telecommunications code named for an inventor of the telegraph
  94. Cardboard flaps that became famous in the 2000 US presidential election
  95. Norwegian war-time leader, a byword for treason
  96. Japanese art of paper folding
  97. Jeremy and Tim __, presenter and comedian respectively
  98. Double reed woodwind instrument
  99. Poet whose works include The Marriage of Heaven and Hell
  100. Director of Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon and Life of Pi

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