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  1. Former state, disbanded 26 December 1991
  2. See 1 Down
  3. George W Bushs pet cat when he was president
  4. William Cobbetts preferred means of learning what was really happening in England?
  5. __ auf Naxos, opera by Richard Strauss
  6. Site of a submarine base closed after the end of the Cold War
  7. Brand of premium Belgian beer
  8. 1983 movie starring Al Pacino and Michelle Pfeiffer
  9. A cormorant - or a fine cut tobacco
  10. Semi-circular recess in church architecture
  11. Popular name for Arthur Sullivans 1902 choral Thanksgiving for Victory?
  12. Indian state bordered by Nepal and West Bengal
  13. The official news agency in 20
  14. The BBCs premier television arts documentary strand
  15. See 9 Across
  16. On 15 __; how James Meline travelled 2,000 miles after the US civil war
  17. A trade Margaret Leigh and Richard III were willing to make?
  18. 2014 film directed by Angelina Jolie - or a 15 that has never been ridden?
  19. Where Colonel Burnaby went by 15/5 in 1876
  20. A 15 that doesnt place?
  21. Nickname given to the first public electric steam turbine in the US
  22. Where Robert Louis Stevenson toured on a donkey?
  23. See 10
  24. Sarah __ or Eddie __, suffragette and radio presenter respectively
  25. __ 13, where Wordsworth experienced a beauteous evening, calm and free?
  26. Shirley __, one of the Gang of Four
  27. Alexander __, US Secretary of State during the Falklands War
  28. __ 13, where Arnold heard the grating roar of pebbles?
  29. See 7
  30. Dutch city, home to St. Martins Cathedral
  31. Donatella __, designer
  32. What Christina Rossetti thought 8 did against the boundary shore?
  33. Where and when and how Whitman watched a mother sing a husky song?
  34. Norman __, chancellor of the exchequer during Black Wednesday 1992
  35. Saint who translated the Bible into Latin
  36. See 7
  37. __ 13, where McEwans Edward and Florence spend their fractious honeymoon?
  38. Hawaiian Island, site of Honolulu
  39. The first lady - or the third Mrs Trump
  40. Official language in Iran
  41. See 7 Down
  42. Dame Louise __, Labour MP for Liverpool Riverside until 2019
  43. An organism that exactly corresponds in form with another
  44. The type of 13 one might find in Treasure Island - or on Desert Island Discs?
  45. Whither John Masefield has to go tonight?
  46. Amerigo __, Italian cartographer after whom the Americas are named
  47. Honorific given to members of the Privy Council
  48. A slow tempo in music - or an island in the Florida Keys?
  49. Britains leading prize for excellence in architecture
  50. __ Plath, father of the more famous Sylvia
  51. French police officer
  52. Libyan port city on the Gulf of Sidra
  53. Museum in central Paris
  54. Museum in St Petersburg
  55. __ Atoll, a US dependency in the mid-Pacific
  56. Ayrton __, F1 driver who died in 1994
  57. The Suns agony aunt?
  58. __ Pankhurst and __ Pethick-Lawrence, suffragettes
  59. An animal kept for breeding - or a variation of poker?
  60. Eliza Doolittles father?
  61. The capital of Bulgaria
  62. Tobias __, author of The Adventures of Peregrine Pickle (1751)
  63. American aviator who disappeared on 2 July 1937
  64. Country whose cities include Shiraz and Isfahan
  65. __ Waller-Bridge, creator of Fleabag
  66. See 13
  67. River flowing through Dresden and Hamburg
  68. Director of The Third Man (1949) and Oliver! (1968)
  69. Sojourner __, US abolitionist (1797-1883)
  70. State whose eponymous city is in Missouri?
  71. Trojan war hero, the son of Priam and Hecuba
  72. Long-running BBC show for deaf and hard-of-hearing people
  73. Ford car in production between 1968 and 1986
  74. See 12 Across
  75. Baltic state bordering Russia and Latvia
  76. John Clayton II, Viscount Greystoke
  77. Arthur __, Wimbledon winner, 1975
  78. Irving __, US songwriter whose hits include Puttin on the Ritz
  79. City whose main esplanade is the Malecón
  80. New York terminus located at 42nd Street and Park Avenue
  81. 10 15 in the Parque das Nações, Lisbon
  82. __ Zukor, co-founder of Paramount Pictures (1873"1976)
  83. University in Connecticut
  84. See 4 Down
  85. Sir __ , comedian and co-founder of Comic Relief
  86. Flowers also known as primula elatior
  87. See 4 Down
  88. Jane __, author of Pride and Prejudice
  89. __ Sterling, Manchester City and England footballer
  90. Former Liberian president, convicted of war crimes in 2012
  91. A martial art
  92. 2009 Christmas No 1, by Rage against the Machine
  93. Seven-time Wimbledon singles champion
  94. See 11
  95. See 3
  96. See 11
  97. Jesse __, four-time Olympic gold medal winner at the 1936 Games
  98. See 3
  99. Name for a Jewish village or settlement in east and central Europe before the Holocaust
  100. Mythical king whose touch changed things to gold

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