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  1. Former name used for the Chinese capital
  2. The __, palace and fort in Granada
  3. The first woman to take her seat as an MP
  4. __ Samba, jazz standard first recorded by João Gilberto
  5. Seven-time Wimbledon singles champion
  6. Philip __, Raymond Chandler's detective
  7. A mythical king - or a type of macaque
  8. Animals used in the Andes for meat, wool and transport
  9. Sir V.S. __, author of In A Free State (1971)
  10. Sir John __, secretary of state for defence at the time of the Falklands war
  11. __ Navratilova and Hingis - Wimbledon winners
  12. Seven-time Wimbledon singles champion - so far
  13. Six-time Wimbledon singles champion
  14. The capital of Zambia
  15. One of the five boroughs of New York
  16. The 11 who make up The Incredibles?
  17. City on the US-Mexico border
  18. The greatest?
  19. Durrell's subject - along with other animals?
  20. Marie __, two-time Nobel laureate
  21. Kenyan port
  22. Major UK employment agency
  23. Little Orphan Annie's dog
  24. Decade in which Casablanca was made
  25. Desert covering parts of Botswana, South Africa and Namibia
  26. Scottish town at the tip of the Black Isle
  27. English estuary - or a bicycle pioneer
  28. Chinese term for a domestic servant
  29. Common title for the Shia leader Mawlana Hazar Imam
  30. Wilfred Owen's subject: "War, and the __ of War"
  31. Somerset home of Clarks Shoes
  32. __ Convention, folk rock band formed in 1967
  33. Type of flatfish found in European waters
  34. River running through Aberfoyle and Stirling
  35. Serie A football team whose home is the San Siro
  36. Home to The Archers?
  37. River whose major tributaries converge at Warden Rock
  38. Archipelago celebrated in an 1830 overture by Mendelssohn
  39. Seafaring Scandinavian - or a Minnesotan football fan
  40. Lee __, author of the Jack Reacher novels
  41. BBC schools service for pupils aged 4 to 14
  42. Co-author with Marx of The Communist Manifesto
  43. __ Lund, character played by Ingrid Bergman in Casablanca
  44. The capital of South Australia
  45. Sir David __, actor known for his portrayal of Hercule Poirot
  46. Director of 12/20
  47. __ Dooley, former presenter of Glow Up: Britain's Next Make-Up Star
  48. Burmese politician deposed in a coup on 1 February 2021
  49. Stringed instrument with a deep round back
  50. Ibis native to sub-Saharan Africa - known for its raucous cry
  51. Ancient city in modern-day Turkey - where St Paul healed a lame man
  52. Author of The Picture of Dorian Gray (1890)
  53. Author of Cyrano de Bergerac (1897)
  54. Language and people of Nigeria
  55. Novel by Isaac Asimov - and a 2004 movie starring Will Smith
  56. 2021 winner of the 4 for best film
  57. Garden perennial - or the lady of Blossom Avenue?
  58. The woman Paris abandoned for Helen?
  59. __-cum-Hardy, area of central Manchester
  60. Former Japanese manufacturer of photographic equipment
  61. The first woman to win a 4 for best director (2009)
  62. A leading character in Robinson Crusoe
  63. __ King, once an MP, now Baroness King of Bow
  64. California city - or a brand of coconut flavoured rum
  65. A crater on the moon - but the highest mountain on Venus?
  66. Judd __, world number one snooker player
  67. Leader of the 4/18, 1963-1976
  68. The Rev W Awdry's primary locomotive
  69. Ed __, leader of the 4/18, 2010-2015
  70. Leader of the 4/18, 1906-1908
  71. Nick __, the man who broke Barings Bank?
  72. John __, leader of the 4/18, 1992-1994
  73. Dame Kiri __, soprano
  74. Nicole and Natalie __, sister members of All Saints
  75. Italian region between Tuscany and Lazio
  76. __ Selden, character played by Debbie Reynolds in Singin' In The Rain
  77. Role known as BPA in Scottish Gaelic
  78. Ancient Mesopotamian capital
  79. Harriet __, twice acting leader of the 4/18
  80. Italian region bordering Switzerland
  81. Division of the US Justice Department dealing with drug trafficking
  82. Political organisation founded in 1900
  83. Mike __ or __ Fury, boxers
  84. Afghan political movement whose name means "students"
  85. Author of Nostromo (1904)
  86. Singer whose hits include I will Always Love You
  87. Karen's long-suffering housekeeper in Will & Grace
  88. Relating to St Peter or Peter the Great
  89. 8 hit from 1973
  90. Barry Levinson movie from 1982, set in Baltimore
  91. A form of near-sightedness
  92. First World War navy unit commemorated in Kent, Calais and New York
  93. Sayeeda, Baroness __, former Conservative Party co-chair
  94. Congolese nature reserve at the confluence of the Congo and Ubangi rivers
  95. John __, pioneer of road engineering (1756-1836)
  96. Country, capital Maseru
  97. City in Florida - or a character in As You Like it
  98. Olympic gold medal winning heptathlete and broadcaster
  99. Dianna __, nun abducted and tortured in Guatemala in 1989
  100. Japanese dish made with vinegared rice

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