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  1. 1934 Cole Porter musical set aboard an ocean liner bound from New York to London
  2. Former England rugby player who became a team captain on A Question of Sport in 2004
  3. A 1991 film starring Anna Chlumsky and Macaulay Culkin
  4. A small insectivorous terrestrial lizard of warm regions
  5. An orchestral passage between verses of an aria or song
  6. 1995 film starring Stephen Baldwin, Gabriel Byrne, Benicio del Toro, Chazz Palminteri, Kevin Pollak, Pete Postlethwaite and Kevin Spacey
  7. State of NE India whose capital is Gangtok
  8. City and port of entry in NE Mexico, in Tamaulipas state on the Rio Grande
  9. Variety of peach tree whose fruit has a smooth skin
  10. In the Robin Hood legend, a wandering minstrel who became a member of the Merry Men
  11. English actress who played Annie Palmer in EastEnders from 1997 until 1999
  12. A raised platform set up in a church as the appointed place for preaching
  13. An agile terrestrial marsupial of Australia and New Guinea that feeds mainly on small invertebrates
  14. A cocktail of rum, Curaçao and lime juice
  15. Means of controlling conception without the aid of a contraceptive device
  16. A variety of Curaçao liqueur made from the dried peels of bitter and sweet oranges
  17. A skin eruption or rash occurring in measles or scarlet fever
  18. A loose-woven gauzelike cotton fabric used as a material for making shirts and blouses in the 1960s and 1970s
  19. Name used by Gareth Jones when he presented the TV shows BMX Beat, Music Box and Get Fresh
  20. Italian scholar whose political treatise Defensor pacis is seen as the most revolutionary in the late Middle Ages
  21. Coronation Street character who was a barmaid at the The Rovers Return, played by Sue Jenkins between 1985 and 1988
  22. An assembly of four or six wheels forming a pivoted support at either end of a railway coach
  23. A printed, patterned cotton fabric with glazed finish
  24. Non-competitive sporting fixtures
  25. Comedian who married Jennifer Saunders in 1985
  26. Hospital-based sitcom that starred starred James Bolam, Peter Bowles, Christopher Strauli and Richard Wilson
  27. American author and journalist to whom Salman Rushdie dedicated his 2008 novel The Enchantress of Florence
  28. In J K Rowlings Harry Potter stories, Marvolo Gaunts ring, Tom Riddles diary, Helga Hufflepuffs cup, Salazar Slytherins locket, Rowena Ravenclaws diadem, Harry Potter and Nagini
  29. 2004 album by Green Day following the life of a character called Jesus of Suburbia
  30. Inflammation of the ear
  31. A medical application also called a cataplasm
  32. In ancient Rome, an officer elected by the plebs to protect their interests
  33. Nikolai ___, Russian author whose best-known works are The Government Inspector and Dead Souls
  34. The eighth sign of the zodiac
  35. The largest city in Tanzania
  36. A carnivorous marine gastropod mollusc of the family Buccinidae
  37. A musical time signature indicating two or four minims to a bar
  38. Leslie ___, Singapore-born British novelist who created the character Simon Templar, known as The Saint
  39. 1971 single and album by John Lennon
  40. Distillation product from coal tar boiling containing aromatic hydrocarbons
  41. In Greek mythology, a nymph dwelling in a lake, river, spring or fountain
  42. A medical condition characterised by dizziness, abdominal cramp and prostration
  43. State of SE India whose capital is Hyderabad
  44. Czech-born British playwright whose works include Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead and Travesties
  45. The important commercial food fish Gadus macrocephalus
  46. Part of the Pacific Ocean between Siberia and Alaska
  47. Companies that provide online shopping
  48. The capital of Portugal from 1190 to 1260 and the seat of the countrys oldest university
  49. See 41
  50. 1980s BBC comedy sketch show that starred Tracey Ullman, Lenny Henry and David Copperfield
  51. Technical name for short-sightedness
  52. Common name for the drug amphetamine
  53. Carnivorous green insect that rests with the first pair of legs raised
  54. Dog such as Marmaduke in a newspaper comic strip drawn by Brad Anderson and the Hanna-Barbera cartoon character Scooby-Doo
  55. US state known as the Hoosier state
  56. Winner of the womens modern pentathlon at the 2000 Olympics in Sydney
  57. Alter ego of Ororo Munroe in the X-Men film series played by Halle Berry and Alexandra Shipp
  58. See 35
  59. 1929 detective novel by Dashiell Hammett, originally serialised in the magazine Black Mask
  60. Urban area in South Wales whose last coal mine closed in 1990
  61. Mikhail ___, Russian anarchist and writer expelled from the First International after conflicts with Karl Marx
  62. Indian tree, also called a bo tree, resembling the banyan and regarded as sacred by Buddhists
  63. Russ ___, cult American film director whose successful low-budget sexploitation films include Faster, Pussycat! Kill! Kill!
  64. BBC sitcom created by Johnny Speight in 1965
  65. A pale yellow Swiss cheese with holes
  66. Fruit whose name is derived from a Nahuatl word for testicle
  67. 1977 Richard Attenborough film based on the 1974 book of the same name by Cornelius Ryan, adapted by William Goldman
  68. Song from Led Zeppelins untitled fourth album featuring John Paul Jones on mandolin
  69. Joint containing the talus
  70. The capital of the Czech Republic
  71. A type of percussion orchestra common in the East Indies
  72. Widely cultivated herbaceous garden plant of the family Cruciferae with clusters of small yellow or white flowers
  73. 1958 Blake Edwards film, starring Debbie Reynolds, adapted from the F Hugh Herbert play For Love or Money
  74. Soluble powder that turns red under acid conditions
  75. The capital of Vietnam
  76. Asian starling, also called an Indian grackle, that is a popular cage bird because of its ability to talk
  77. Name for someone who broadcasts on Citizens Band radio
  78. Civil rights activist who in 1955, in Montgomery, Alabama, refused to give up her bus seat to a white passenger
  79. 1970 David Lean film starring Robert Mitchum, Sarah Miles and John Mills
  80. Two-man group comprising Bill Elliott and Bobby Purvis responsible for the 1974 hit single Costafine Town
  81. The branch of medicine concerned with the heart and its diseases
  82. The capital of Albania
  83. An ancient alphabetical writing system used by the Celts in Britain and Ireland
  84. Bert ___, Scottish guitarist who was a founding member of Pentangle
  85. A line on a map connecting places with an equal period of sunshine
  86. Boo ___, golfer whose only Ryder Cup appearance was with the victorious US team in 2008
  87. Son of Poseidon and brother of Ephialtes in Greek mythology
  88. American composer whose best-known works include Fanfare for the Common Man
  89. The thirteenth novel in Émile Zolas twenty-volume series Les Rougon-Macquart, often considered his masterpiece
  90. 1991 Ridley Scott film starring Geena Davis and Susan Sarandon in the title roles
  91. Another name for puffer or porcupine fish
  92. 1991 single by AC/DC played by German Bundesliga football club Mainz 05 at half time
  93. The temple on the Acropolis in Athens built in the 5th century BC
  94. Former Yorkshire, Essex and England bowler who won Strictly Come Dancing in 2005
  95. 1975 top ten hit for Jonathan King subtitled White Dove
  96. Mountainous Mediterranean island that was Napoleon Bonapartes first place of exile
  97. The capital of Pakistan
  98. Gog ___ Downs, range of low chalk hills south east of Cambridge
  99. Satellite of Jupiter discovered in 1979
  100. System of Christian belief that rejects the Trinity and the divinity of Christ

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