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  1. American cartoonist best known for the comic strip Peanuts
  2. Giant monster or daikaiju who first appeared in Ishiro Hondas 1954 film of the same name
  3. A fast-moving seventeenth-century trick-taking card game that was the first card game in which a trump suit was established by bidding
  4. Sheikhdom on the Persian Gulf whose capital is Manama
  5. The western terminus for the District and Central lines on the London Underground
  6. Anglican clergyman after whom the Rugby World Cup is named
  7. Society founded by the Reverend Tubby Clayton in 1919
  8. A white crystalline monosaccharide sugar that has several optically active forms
  9. The third largest toy company in the United States when it was bought by Mattel in 1997
  10. Daniel ___, Irish politician known as The Liberator
  11. Transparent brownish-yellow pigment made by boiling the soot of wood, used for pen and wash drawings
  12. First name of the writer who was a sibling of Edith and Sacheverell Sitwell
  13. Soft membranous gap between the bones of the skull in a foetus or infant
  14. The supreme creator god in Norse mythology
  15. District of London that includes Battersea Power Station and the New Covent Garden Market
  16. Detective created by Georges Simenon
  17. ___ Squalor, girlfriend of Count 49 Across in Lemony Snickets A Series of Unfortunate Events stories
  18. The state capital of Oregon
  19. Venue for the 1968 Olympic Games
  20. Gaeltacht village in County Mayo, Ireland, whose Gaelic name is Gob an Choire
  21. The 12th studio album by Elvis Costello and his first for Warner Brothers
  22. The state capital of Florida
  23. Latin name for the onion genus
  24. Influential 1963 book by James Baldwin containing two essays
  25. Generic name for small handmade functional household objects made of wood
  26. English rock band whose hit singles include I Predict A Riot and Ruby
  27. Snowman in the 2013 Disney film Frozen voiced by Josh Gad
  28. TV channel launched in April 1964
  29. The bird Haliaetus albicilla, also called an erne
  30. First name of the Larkin played by Catherine Zeta-Jones in the TV series The Darling Buds of May
  31. In cycling, the main field of riders in a road race
  32. City in Sudan at which the Mahdi defeated a British and Egyptian army in 1883
  33. Scottish singer born Marie McDonald McLaughlin Lawrie in 1948
  34. Furniture item designed by Ludwig Mies van der Rohe and Lilly Reich for the German Pavilion at the International Exposition of 1929
  35. Game whose British and World Championship has been held at Tinsley Green, West Sussex, every year since 1932
  36. Cosgrove Hall animated TV series that was a spin-off from Danger Mouse, also featuring the voice of David Jason in the title role
  37. The large Indian antelope Boselaphus tragocamelus
  38. See 25
  39. Country whose capital is Bogotá
  40. 2002 Steven Spielberg film starring Tom Cruise, loosely based on the short story of the same name by Philip K Dick
  41. The largest river in the world by volume
  42. Twin brother of Artemis in classical mythology
  43. Opening track of Supertramps 1974 album Crime of the Century
  44. Discipline that studies and treats mental illness and mental retardation
  45. 1965 film starring Alain Delon, Ann-Margret and Jack Palance
  46. The capital and chief port of Bermuda
  47. Association of London underwriters set up in the late 17th century
  48. 1890 play by Henrik Ibsen whose central characters surname is Tesman
  49. French multinational integrated oil and gas company founded in 1924 as the Compagnie française des pétroles
  50. 1936 Rodgers and Hart musical featuring the song Glad to Be Unhappy
  51. 1989 Joe Dante film starring Tom Hanks, Bruce Dern and Carrie Fisher
  52. Character in The Lord of the Rings who was the elder son of Denethor II, the last ruling Steward of Gondor
  53. Director of the Government Accountability Office, the agency founded in 1921 to ensure the accountability of the US federal government
  54. Mammal of the genus Galictis also called a South American wolverine
  55. The intellectual fashion or dominant school of thought that typifies the culture of a particular period in time
  56. The chief river of the Midlands
  57. A mountain nymph in Greek mythology
  58. Part of the body that includes the medulla oblongata and the pons
  59. City in Volusia County, Florida, that is the headquarters of NASCAR and the Grand American Road Racing Association
  60. Genus to which scops owls mostly belong
  61. West African republic on the Atlantic whose capital is Dakar
  62. Song by Stevie Wonder, from his 1976 album Songs in the Key of Life, celebrating the birth of his daughter Aisha
  63. A 1977 UK number one single by Brotherhood of Man
  64. English drummer and founder member of The Stranglers born Brian John Duffy in 1938
  65. See 4
  66. The cgs unit of magnetic field strength, equivalent to 79.58 amperes per metre
  67. A rodent of the genus Dasyprocta
  68. A sudden violent or illegal seizure of government
  69. Parenthetical part of the title of an Andy Williams hit single with lyrics by Carl Sigman added to Francis Lais instrumental theme from the 1970 film Love Story
  70. ___ acid, another name for phenol, especially when used as an antiseptic or disinfectant
  71. In Norse mythology, the ash tree that was thought to overshadow the world
  72. The nickname of Portsmouth FC
  73. The lowest temperature theoretically attainable
  74. Small town in Essex on the North Sea coast, north of Clacton and south of Harwich
  75. See 50
  76. Nickname given to the witch Nannie Dee in Robert Burns poem Tam o Shanter
  77. Underground vaults, especially those used for burials
  78. City in North Brabant in the Netherlands that is the home of Philips and DAF Trucks
  79. Irish poet and dramatist awarded the Nobel prize for literature in 1923
  80. Technical name for the big toe
  81. A part of Antarctica, between Wilkes Land and George V Land, under French sovereignty
  82. Steve ___, captain of the Australian Test cricket team from 1999 to 2004
  83. English actor-manager and Mencap campaigner noted for his Whitehall farces
  84. George Michaels third studio album, released in 1996
  85. See 14
  86. American novelist, screenwriter and biographer who lost the 1941 Cincinnati Masters mens singles final to Bobby Riggs
  87. The capital of Pakistan
  88. UK Overseas Territory whose capital is Hamilton
  89. ___ Field, home base of two Boeing VC-25A aircraft with the call sign Air Force One when the US president is on board
  90. 1990s BBC1 sitcom that starred Kevin McNally and George Cole
  91. 1983 Michael Jackson single that reached number 3 in the UK chart
  92. English novelist best known for his childrens fantasy novels such as The Owl Service and Red Shift
  93. Piece of embroidered cloth nearly 70 metres long depicting the Norman conquest of England
  94. County Cricket Club with three pears on its badge
  95. Irish golfer who was Open Champion in 2007 and 2008
  96. Home video game console released by Sega in 1998
  97. Former member of Roxy Music who was one of the principal innovators of ambient music
  98. Jimmy Webb song that gave Glen Campbell a worldwide hit in 1968
  99. Town in Campania that was the centre of Garibaldis campaigns for the unification of Italy
  100. See 36 Across

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