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  1. American TV series created by former police reporter David Simon
  2. Sultanate in SE Arabia whose capital is Muscat
  3. The state capital of Louisiana
  4. Walled seaside town in Pembrokeshire whose Welsh name is Dinbych-y-pysgod
  5. 2019 Michael Winterbottom film starring Steve Coogan as a character loosely based on Arcadia Group chairman Philip Green
  6. 1996 film starring Michelle Pfeiffer and George Clooney
  7. Novel by Muriel Spark published in 1959
  8. Roman emperor who was the adopted son and successor of Trajan
  9. Irish county named after the of Kingdom of Uí Failghe
  10. The capital of the former province of West Pakistan
  11. 1971 number one single by Diana Ross
  12. Laryngeal prominence in the human neck
  13. 1930 song by George and Ira Gershwin which became a jazz standard
  14. Drummer of Atomic Rooster who formed a supergroup with Keith Emerson and Greg Lake
  15. London Underground station that, until its closure in 1994, held the distinction of being the furthest from Central London
  16. A church council
  17. Russian port on the Kama River known as Molotov between 1940 and 1962
  18. Porridge ingredient combined with milk or water
  19. The technical name for alcohol
  20. Disease caused by dietary deficiency of thiamine
  21. A port and resort in Emilia-Romagna on Italy's Adriatic coast
  22. African country whose capital is Libreville
  23. Wine bottle holding the equivalent of two normal bottles
  24. Northern Irish golfer whose first major win was the the 2011 US Open
  25. The usual North American name for a dinner jacket
  26. A specialised threadlike leaf or stem that attaches climbing plants to a support by twining or adhering
  27. Plant of the genus Senecio with yellow daisy-like flowers
  28. 1765 law that was a cause of unrest in the colonies
  29. Any congenital growth or pigmented blemish on the skin
  30. In German legend, a siren said to lure boatmen to destruction
  31. The only person in United States history to have attained the rank of Admiral of the Navy
  32. The capital of Kenya
  33. Small family car manufactured by Alfa Romeo from 1971 to 1989
  34. Russian chess player who was world champion from 1969 to 1972
  35. A dilute solution of sodium hypochlorite
  36. 1975 film written, directed and produced by Stanley Kubrick
  37. Rugby union player who scored 37 tries in 63 matches for New Zealand
  38. Scorer of the first run for Ireland in Test cricket as he became the oldest Test debutant this century
  39. Cartilage in meat
  40. The release of captured prisoners, property, etc, on payment of a stipulated price
  41. Moroccan runner who won the 5000m at the 1984 Olympics
  42. New Zealand tennis player who won the men's singles at Wimbledon in 1910, 1911, 1912 and 1913
  43. American patriot officially designated the state hero of Connecticut in 1985
  44. The capital of Chile
  45. Any bone of the wrist
  46. Dorset coastal town at the eastern end of the Isle of Purbeck
  47. UK-based Formula One team which raced from 2012 to 2014 under a Malaysian licence
  48. Luxembourgian racing cyclist who was the first foreigner to win the Tour de France
  49. Comedy partner of Vic Reeves and fishing partner of Paul Whitehouse
  50. A financial institution in which cheques drawn on member banks are cancelled against each other so that only net balances are payable
  51. A 1950 sci-fi novel by Isaac Asimov
  52. Part of the vertebrate body where the arm joins the trunk
  53. 1928 R C Sherriff play set in the trenches near Saint-Quentin, Aisne, in 1918
  54. 1998 single and album by Madonna co-produced by William Orbit
  55. Scottish footballer who played as a forward for both Manchester City (1902-1906) and Manchester United (1906-1915)
  56. King of Great Britain during whose reign the American colonies were lost
  57. Game with lawn, real and table varieties
  58. Song by George Harrison that was the biggest-selling single of 1971 in the UK
  59. Stop-motion animated children's TV series created by Otmar Gutmann in 1990
  60. River on which Paris stands
  61. Another name for the killer whale or blackfish
  62. District of the London Borough of Islington that was home to the largest women's prison in Europe until 2016
  63. Principal constituent of sandstone and other rocks
  64. Record goalscorer for both Manchester United and the England national team
  65. Exercise system devised by Kenneth H Cooper to increase cardiovascular efficiency
  66. Welsh county whose administrative centre is Llandrindod Wells
  67. Kent port with a ferry link to Ostend, Belgium until 2013
  68. Cabaret music hall that opened in Paris in May 1869
  69. British tennis player who reached the top 10 of the world rankings for the first time in 2022
  70. Single by the French band Ottawan that reached number two in the UK in 1980
  71. The first and only actor to win three Academy Awards for Best Actor
  72. 1996 album by Beth Orton
  73. African country whose capital is Gaborone
  74. A mixture of wine and soda water
  75. Verse form of Italian origin consisting of 14 lines in iambic pentameter
  76. River in the Democratic Republic of the Congo that gave its name to a deadly virus
  77. Stringed instrument with a body shaped like a sliced pear
  78. 2005 top ten hit single by Simon Webbe of Blue
  79. Any of the marine invertebrate animals in the phylum that includes starfish, sea urchins and sea cucumbers
  80. Welsh member of the Monty Python comedy team
  81. BBC drama series that starred John Simm and Philip Glenister
  82. Ancient Greek town that overlooked the naval battle in 31 BC at which Octavian's fleet under Agrippa defeated that of Mark Antony and Cleopatra
  83. Town that served as the port of ancient Rome
  84. Delicate ornamental work of twisted gold, silver or other wire
  85. MP for Wallasey since 1992 whose twin sister Maria is also a Labour MP
  86. Belgian town in West Flanders province that was completely destroyed in World War I
  87. Ford car model manufactured in Europe from 1968 to 2004
  88. Type of paint that usually gives a mat finish
  89. Music hall song written by Charles Collins, Fred E Terry and E A Sheppard that was made famous by Harry Champion
  90. Debut 1940 novel by American author Carson McCullers
  91. Famous basketball point guard whose real first name is Earvin
  92. Debut studio album by ABBA, initially credited to Björn & Benny, Agnetha & Frida
  93. The only remaining original member of the rock band AC/DC
  94. Functional unit within the kidney, consisting of a glomerulus and an associated tubule
  95. A candle holder attached to a wall with an ornamental bracket
  96. 2004 Paul Haggis film that won a Best Picture Oscar
  97. A technical name for heartburn
  98. A fine strong silky fabric also called French tergal
  99. The largest city in Minnesota, on the Mississippi River adjacent to St Paul
  100. Wooden pin that serves as a fulcrum in rowing

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