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  1. The 105th Archbishop of Canterbury
  2. Work by Karl Marx whose first volume was published in 1867
  3. Partial or total opacity of the crystalline lens of the eye
  4. Gaeltacht village in County Mayo, Ireland, whose Gaelic name is Gob an Choire
  5. 1974 Top 10 hit for Cozy Powell
  6. Nickname of the artist born Doménikos Theotokópoulos
  7. Technical name for the back
  8. Adventurer appointed the youngest-ever Chief Scout of the United Kingdom and Overseas Territories in 2009
  9. Play by Harold Pinter first performed in April 1960
  10. English county whose administrative centre is Dorchester
  11. Italian word for 'nothing
  12. A person living in a newly pioneered territory of the US
  13. Uruguayan forward who joined Atlético Madrid from Barcelona in 2020
  14. Roman Emperor whose adopted son was Hadrian
  15. Former name, until 1983, of Mutare, the third most populous city in Zimbabwe
  16. Cricket captain who led Australia to fifteen of their record sixteen consecutive Test wins
  17. The process of obstructing legislation by means of long speeches and other delaying tactics
  18. Singer who was a co-founder of the Pet Shop Boys
  19. An examination taken in some English regions by students in their last year of primary education
  20. English name for the third largest city in France
  21. American singer-songwriter who married Paul Simon in 1992
  22. Any of two or more atoms with the same atomic number that contain different numbers of neutrons
  23. Port city in Hawke's Bay, New Zealand
  24. Stage name of Christa Päffgen who sang on four songs on the Velvet Underground's debut album
  25. British violinist born in Singapore in 1978
  26. Portuguese international who joined Manchester City from Juventus in 2019
  27. A person who sells writing materials, such as paper, envelopes, pens, ink, rulers, etc
  28. 1959 Top Ten hit for Ricky Nelson
  29. International sandwich shop franchise chain founded in 1983
  30. In Greek mythology, a Titan who was divinity of the stream believed to flow around the earth
  31. 2004 Mike Nichols film written by Patrick Marber, based on his award-winning 1997 play of the same name
  32. A Greek wine which has been made for at least 2,000 years
  33. Historical county of Northern Ireland in which the Giant's Causeway is situated
  34. The state capital of New Mexico
  35. 2015 film based on a 2010 book by Michael Lewis
  36. A rotating spit on which meat, poultry, etc can be cooked
  37. Musical term meaning without instrumental accompaniment
  38. Small, faint constellation whose name is Latin for "Lizard"
  39. The igneous rock that makes up the Giant's Causeway
  40. In Greek mythology, the god of darkness, son of Chaos and brother of Night
  41. A carnivorous doglike mammal of Africa and South Asia
  42. Chocolate bar that originated in Sweden and Norway in 1953
  43. Savoury cakes of minced meat, fish, etc, fried in breadcrumbs
  44. The second largest of the Channel Islands
  45. City in southwest Germany whose Fritz-Walter-Stadion was used in the 2006 FIFA World Cup
  46. Genus of South African flowering plants, sometimes also called sugarbushes
  47. Northamptonshire home of the British Formula One Grand Prix
  48. A tau cross with a loop on the top
  49. The principal port of Corsica
  50. City and comune in Lazio, Italy, that was originally a major site of the Sabine nation
  51. Tony ___, British golfer who won the Open Championship in 1969 and the US Open the following year
  52. Independent sheikhdom on the Persian Gulf whose capital is Manama
  53. Welsh peninsula, the first area in the UK to be designated as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, in 1956
  54. T Rex's second UK number one single
  55. A rhythmic group of eight lines of verse
  56. Multihulled sailing vessel found primarily in the Malay Archipelago and the South Pacific
  57. An optical method that reveals non-uniformities in transparent media like air, water or glass
  58. The largest of the Channel Islands
  59. A historical county of SW Scotland on the shores of the Firth of Clyde
  60. 1976 Martin Scorsese film starring Robert De Niro as Travis Bickle
  61. Edwardian musical comedy that opened at the Shaftesbury Theatre in London, on April 29, 1909, and ran for 809 performances
  62. An ancient Indian Hindu text widely considered to be a standard work on human sexual behaviour
  63. Home ground of Crystal Palace FC
  64. Southeast Asian country whose capital is Kuala Lumpur
  65. Gelatinous substance derived from seaweed and used to thicken ice cream
  66. The largest of the Canary Islands
  67. 1999 American biographical film directed by Joe Johnston, starring Jake Gyllenhaal and Chris Cooper
  68. Venue for the 1960 Olympics
  69. Title applied to Indian nobleman and religious teacher Gautama Siddhartha
  70. 1996 film starring Demi Moore, based on a Carl Hiaasen novel
  71. Small piece of rock or metal that has entered the earth's atmosphere from space
  72. County of the Republic of Ireland in Leinster whose county town is Naas
  73. The term coined by Peter York in 1975 for a young upper-class or upper-middle-class person living in Chelsea or Kensington
  74. The former name of Thailand
  75. Amelia ___ , the first female pilot to fly solo across the Atlantic Ocean
  76. Track cycling race that became an official event at the 2000 Olympics
  77. Alexis ___, Prime Minister of Greece from 2015 to 2019
  78. Single-celled ascomycetous fungus of the genus Saccharomyces able to ferment sugars
  79. Country whose capital is Copenhagen
  80. American actor who died of a drug overdose in 1993
  81. 1959 UK top ten hit for Neil Sedaka
  82. The tenth and last of the antediluvian Patriarchs in the Old Testament
  83. 2007 romantic comedy starring Cuba Gooding Jr, Anne Heche and Gina Gershon
  84. Fictional character that leaves money under children's pillows
  85. 1980 novel by Julian Barnes whose central character is Christopher Lloyd
  86. Soft allotropic form of carbon used in pencils
  87. A wine bottle holding the equivalent of four normal bottles
  88. Magnus ___, Swedish international goalkeeper at Coventry City from 1997 to 2002
  89. The chief gods of Norse mythology dwelling in Asgard
  90. A Spanish sparkling wine similar to champagne
  91. In architecture, a moulding having a cross section in the form of a letter S
  92. Popular British music hall song written by Fred Leigh and Henry Pether for Vesta Victoria
  93. US state whose capital is Salt Lake City
  94. River in Greek mythology which formed the boundary between Earth and the Underworld
  95. Canadian province whose capital is Edmonton
  96. Cut of beef from the breast
  97. English celebrity chef who opened his first seafood restaurant in Padstow in 1975
  98. In Greek mythology, son of Daedalus who flew too near the sun when trying to escape from Crete
  99. A Dutch spirit distilled from potatoes
  100. In astrology, a circle of twelve 30 degree divisions of celestial longitude centred on the ecliptic

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