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The Guardian Weekend Crossword Answers - 11-September-2021
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  1. Richard __, former Labour minister known for his revealing diaries
  2. The Thames as it flows through Oxford
  3. Bird from which the Baltimore baseball franchise takes its name
  4. Chris __, 18-time Grand Slam tennis champion
  5. The motto of the Order of the Garter
  6. The daughter of Herod II
  7. The __, Lawrence Wright's Pulitzer winning book on events leading to the 11 September 2001 attacks
  8. Charlie Brown's dog
  9. Leader in Ancient Greece during the Peloponnesian War
  10. Imperial length equivalent to 25.4 mm
  11. A Russian satellite - and COVID vaccine
  12. One of the Great Lakes
  13. Viper from whose poison Cleopatra is said to have died
  14. Californian valley associated with the wine industry
  15. French city overlooking the Strait of Dover
  16. The capital of Lesotho
  17. Restaurant chain co-founded by Allegra McEvedy
  18. Constellation of the zodiac, between Capricornus and Pisces
  19. Graphic novels from Japan
  20. Japanese art of miniature tree cultivation
  21. USS __, American warship attacked in Yemen in 2000
  22. Meat substitute launched in 1985
  23. John le Carré novel set in 10
  24. Prunella __, actor who played Sybil in Fawlty Towers
  25. John __, pioneer of epidemiology known for his work on cholera in London
  26. African country, capital Accra
  27. __ Buchanan, character from The Great Gatsby
  28. Capital of West 17, 1949 to 1990
  29. City in 17 - and a 2005 movie by Steven Spielberg
  30. Polish city on the Vistula
  31. City which is also a state in 17
  32. Swedish armaments manufacturer
  33. City in 17, capital of Saxony
  34. __ Bergman, star of Casablanca
  35. Small sample tubes used in chemistry
  36. A kind of fossilised tree resin
  37. Character and 1976 novel by Tom Sharpe
  38. A novel by Joyce - or a poem by Tennyson
  39. 1944 play by Jean-Paul Sartre
  40. Notorious 1987 box-office flop starring Warren Beatty
  41. Ruth __, former leader of the Scottish Conservatives
  42. City in 17 - and a murdered informant in le Carré's Smiley's People
  43. The southern end of the Iron Curtain, in Churchill's formulation
  44. Documentary series on BBC One (2005) and Channel 4 (2013-2015)
  45. __ Adepitan, television presenter
  46. What 8/17/21 had at the 11/18 march
  47. Machine readable optical label created by Denso Wave
  48. The trading name of Steven Spielberg's production company
  49. __ Arsenal, former US chemical weapons facility on Chesapeake Bay
  50. __ Barnes, comedian and regular on Mock the Week
  51. Hurricane that struck New Orleans in 2005
  52. __ Denisovich, eponymous hero of the novel by Solzhenitsyn
  53. City on the River Derwent
  54. Elizabeth Barrett __, poet
  55. President at whose memorial 8/17/21 spoke at the 11/18 march
  56. __ II, one of Janet Street-Porter's many contributions to youth television
  57. The final speaker at the 11/18 march
  58. __ Dublin, television presenter
  59. Country, capital Muscat
  60. French city known for its endurance car race
  61. 2001 crime caper starring Julia Roberts, George Clooney and Brad Pitt
  62. Volcano in Sicily
  63. Singer who performed the title song for the Bond film Skyfall
  64. Why Robert Reich thinks liberals will win the battle for America?
  65. What people marched for in Washington, DC on 28 August 1963
  66. Jack __, host of I'm Sorry I Haven't a Clue
  67. River on which St Petersburg was built
  68. Children's novel by Roald Dahl, illustrated by Quentin Blake
  69. TV show starring Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul
  70. The pen name of the short story writer William Sydney Porter
  71. Author of Mansfield Park
  72. TV show starring Zach Braff
  73. Parliamentary body providing independent scrutiny of government finances
  74. India's National Capital Territory
  75. John Carpenter horror film - or what Lindisfarne claimed on the Tyne?
  76. Los Angeles neighbourhood of which Will Smith was once prince?
  77. US technology company whose services include ride-hailing and food delivery
  78. TV show starring James Gandolfini
  79. An Irish city - or a buoyant plant product
  80. French newspaper of record, published in Paris
  81. __ Smith, singer whose albums include Horses
  82. TV show starring Sarah Jessica Parker
  83. The capital of Cameroon
  84. Faraday __ - a device used to block electromagnetic fields
  85. Common carbohydrate in the human diet
  86. John Sayles movie about striking miners in West Virginia
  87. TV show starring Helen McCrory, Paul Anderson and Cillian Murphy
  88. Author of Three Men in a Boat (1889) - who shared a middle initial with 11
  89. The capital of Bosnia and Herzegovina
  90. Valerie, Baroness __, Master of University College, Oxford
  91. Character in Catch-22 promoted to his pseudonymous rank
  92. Rabindranath __, Bengali polymath commemorated in Gordon Square, London
  93. Site of a combined Thames bridge-and-tunnel crossing
  94. American cellist, born in Paris in 1955
  95. Italian region, capital Perugia
  96. __ Dworkin, author of Heartbreak: The Political Memoir of a Feminist Militant
  97. Steffi __, seven-time Wimbledon singles champion
  98. 19th century Californian bandit also known as Red Dick
  99. Jennifer __, businesswoman best known for her relationship with Boris Johnson
  100. Australian boot brand

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