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  1. Opera by Vincenzo Bellini first produced at La Scala in 1831
  2. Novel by H Rider Haggard published in 1905 as a sequel to She
  3. Racecourse founded in 1711 by Queen Anne
  4. Animated TV series created by Genndy Tartakovsky for Cartoon Network in 1996
  5. Historic building at 520 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, that was the first home of the Liberty Bell
  6. Jan ___, Dutch painter who shared a studio with Rembrandt from about 1626 to 1631
  7. English poet whose verse collections include No Fool like an Old Fool and The Young Pobbles Guide to His Toes
  8. 1975 David Bowie single that appeared on the Station to Station album the following year
  9. Genus of ferns commonly known as cliff ferns
  10. The capital of Greece
  11. The second-highest ranking suit in bridge
  12. 1970 Stephen Sondheim nominated for a record-setting 14 Tony Awards
  13. Jane Austen novel whose central character is Anne Elliot
  14. Another name for ascorbic acid
  15. 1957 top ten hit for Frank Sinatra, a song by Jimmy Van Heusen and Sammy Cahn from the film The Joker Is Wild
  16. French Ligue 1 football club nicknamed Les Rouge-et-Bleu
  17. The North American euphorbiaceous plant Euphorbia marginata
  18. Ancient system of writing generally accepted as being an early representation of Mycenaean Greek
  19. Fluid transported in xylem cells or phloem sieve tube elements of a plant
  20. Metal alloy consisting primarily of copper, usually with tin as the main additive
  21. Coronation Street character played by Tina OBrien
  22. 1987 film starring Kiefer Sutherland and Meg Ryan that was the first film to be commissioned by the Sundance Film Festival
  23. Football club founded as Dial Square in 1886
  24. The sepals of a flower collectively
  25. The oldest Portuguese city
  26. Technical name for the eardrum
  27. TV drama series created by Lynda La Plante and starring Helen Mirren as Jane Tennison
  28. Constituent part of the University of Cambridge founded in 1584 by Sir Walter Mildmay, Chancellor of the Exchequer to Elizabeth I
  29. Leader, with his brother Horsa, of the first Jutish settlers in Britain
  30. 1999 Fatboy Slim single that reached Number 2 in the UK
  31. In Hinduism, the consort of Vishnu
  32. Eight-day Jewish festival beginning on Nisan 15, also called the Feast of the Unleavened Bread
  33. Usual English name for the football club founded by Englishmen Herbert Kilpin and Alfred Edwards in Italy in 1899
  34. Friedrich ___, German mineralogist who gave his name to a hardness scale
  35. 1977 TV miniseries in which LeVar Burton played Kunta Kinte
  36. City in what is now modern Turkey visited by Saint Paul in 48 and 51 AD
  37. Amelia ___, aviation pioneer who went missing during a flight in 1937
  38. The primary collection of sacred texts of Zoroastrianism
  39. In Christian theology, the Holy Spirit as advocate or counsellor
  40. Youngest son of Sir Roland de Boys in Shakespeares As You Like It
  41. Song by Irving Fields and Jack Edwards, subtitled Where The Rum Come From, recorded by Edmundo Ros & His Rumba Band, Lord Messam & His Calypsonians, and others
  42. Character in the Aeneid who participates in a trial of skill in which he shoots an arrow which then bursts into flames
  43. Wolf featured in Rudyard Kiplings Jungle Books
  44. The second largest city in Pakistan
  45. Flying island in Jonathan Swifts Gullivers Travels
  46. See 50
  47. Conservative prime minister, 1957-63, who became 1st Earl of Stockton
  48. Former state of NW India that became part of Rajasthan in 1947
  49. River in the Democratic Republic of the Congo that gave its name to a deadly virus
  50. Jump-suited skyrunner of Channel 4s Treasure Hunt from 1983 to 1988
  51. Prometheus ___, four-act lyrical drama by Percy Bysshe Shelley, first published in 1820
  52. A white crystalline volatile solid used in mothballs and in the manufacture of dyes, explosives, etc
  53. U2s second album
  54. The largest continent
  55. 1987 film starring Holly Hunter, Albert Brooks and William Hurt
  56. Father of Hermia in Shakespeares A Midsummer Nights Dream
  57. 1979 Francis Ford Coppola film based on Joseph Conrads novella Heart of Darkness
  58. A genus of 67 species of perennial and annual plants in the family Polemoniaceae
  59. The third largest city in Italy
  60. 1928 novel by Virginia Woolf, subtitled A Biography, based in part on the life of Vita Sackville-West
  61. Spongy vascular organ situated near the stomach
  62. Former tourist attraction in Berkshire that has been converted into a Legoland
  63. See 52
  64. Song by Leonard Cohen that has been covered by John Cale, Jeff Buckley, Rufus Wainwright, k d lang, Alexandra Burke and others
  65. The capital of Turkey
  66. 1959 Walt Disney film based on the fairy tale La Belle au bois dormant by Charles Perrault
  67. David Copperfields second wife in the novel by Charles Dickens
  68. Max ___, German artist who married Peggy Guggenheim in 1942
  69. TV commentator and presenter who played on eight Ryder Cup teams
  70. A corrugated steel military shelter of semicircular cross section
  71. 1989 film about the Profumo affair starring Joanne Whalley and John Hurt
  72. 1989 TV comedy drama series starring David Jason as Ted Simcock, based on books by David Nobbs
  73. Fictional character played by Mickey Rooney in an MGM film series from 1937 to 1946
  74. 1955 William Wyler film starring Humphrey Bogart and Fredric March, based on a novel and play of the same name by Joseph Hayes
  75. Opera by Vincenzo Bellini first produced at La Scala in 1831
  76. The first James Bond film to star Roger Moore
  77. State in India whose capital is Kolkata
  78. A sleeveless type of jerkin that is usually quilted
  79. A French-built anti-ship missile
  80. The ___ Quartet are a San Francisco-based string quartet founded by violinist David Harrington in 1973
  81. Bug of the family Miridae, most of which feed on plant tissues, causing damage to crops
  82. The cheapest accommodation on a passenger ship
  83. City and port in Spain on the Costa Blanca whose features include the Castle of Santa Bárbara
  84. Bootsie and ___, TV series that featured Clive Dunn, Alfie Bass and Bill Fraser
  85. The capital of Australias Northern Territory
  86. Berkshire town represented by Theresa May as MP from 1997
  87. Austrian motor-racing driver who was world champion in 1975, 1977 and 1984
  88. Colour of home shirts worn by Manchester City and Coventry City
  89. 1965 hit single by Fontella Bass
  90. Musical piece originally composed by Alberto Domínguez for the marimba that gave Artie Shaw a Billboard number one in 1940
  91. Russian port on the Kama River known as Molotov between 1940 and 1962
  92. Surname of Captain Hooks right-hand man in Peter Pan
  93. English county whose administrative centre is Carlisle
  94. 1956 British biopic about aviator Douglas Bader starring Kenneth More
  95. 1664 comedy by Molière
  96. Decapod crustacean of the genus Pagurus that inhabits the empty shells of whelks and similar molluscs
  97. See 55
  98. John ___, English actor best known for his role in the 1953 film Genevieve in which he starred with Kenneth More, Dinah Sheridan and Kay Kendall
  99. 2nd-century Roman writer noted for his romance The Golden Ass, the only Latin novel that has survived in its entirety
  100. See 17

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