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  1. The county town of County Kildare in the Republic of Ireland
  2. Spanish poet, dramatist and theatre director killed by Nationalist forces during the Spanish Civil War
  3. The Muse of love poetry
  4. Home of Sheffield United FC and Sheffield Eagles rugby league team
  5. Formula One constructor which gave James Hunt his Formula One debut
  6. River in South Wales that flows from the western Brecon Beacons to the Bristol Channel at Swansea
  7. A large destructive sea wave produced by a submarine earthquake, subsidence or volcanic eruption
  8. 1983 Michael Jackson single that reached number 3 in the UK chart
  9. Hydrocarbon that is the simplest alkene
  10. Group of West Germanic peoples who achieved their greatest power under Charlemagne
  11. 2017 biographical film starring Margot Robbie in the title role
  12. 2015 Quentin Tarantino western
  13. The wife of King Priam of Troy, and mother of Hector and Paris
  14. River that flows through Rochester, Chatham, and Gillingham to the Thames estuary
  15. In the Old Testament, Adam's third son, given by God in place of the murdered Abel
  16. The oldest Portuguese city
  17. 2010 Darren Aronofsky film for which Natalie Portman won a Best Actress Oscar
  18. Periods of a thousand years
  19. Swaggering soldier who appears in William Shakespeare's Falstaff plays
  20. A business method or technique that has been generally accepted as superior to any alternatives
  21. The principal port city of Syria
  22. Woodwind instrument derived from the shawm
  23. 1970 top ten hit single by Canadian singer-songwriter R Dean Taylor
  24. Genus of ferns commonly known as cliff ferns
  25. Deep Purple's highest charting UK single
  26. The largest of the Dodecanese islands
  27. In Christian theology, the greatest of the three theological virtues
  28. The highest point of Paris, on a hill above the Seine
  29. Caribbean island which is the smallest special municipality of the Netherlands
  30. Fruit also called a tamarillo
  31. Large body of water in the United States and Canada
  32. 1908 novel by E M Forster featuring the character Lucy Honeychurch
  33. Art movement initiated in 1907 by Picasso and Braque
  34. The standard monetary unit of Thailand
  35. Song recorded by Welsh singer Duffy that was the third-best-selling single of 2008
  36. A type of thick embossed wallpaper
  37. English rock band formed in 1989 as Seymour
  38. Odds equal to 1-1
  39. 2001 Gore Verbinski film starring Brad Pitt and Julia Roberts
  40. Head coach of the Boston Celtics from 2013
  41. 1985 number one album by The Smiths
  42. Alcoholic drink made by fermenting honey and water
  43. In Greek mythology, a Sicilian shepherd who loved the nymph Galatea
  44. The fourth largest city in the Netherlands
  45. 1984 John Carpenter film for which Jeff Bridges received a Best Actor Oscar nomination
  46. Starchy cereal obtained from the powdered pith of a palm
  47. Portuguese midfielder who won 66 caps and was at Chelsea from 2004 to 2005
  48. Type of bun with flour on top that originated in Lancashire
  49. Thick, highly incendiary liquid used in firebombs, flame-throwers, etc
  50. Allan ___, Australian cricket captain from 1985 to 1994
  51. Fifth letter of the Greek alphabet
  52. A member of an indigenous people inhabiting northern Canada, Alaska, Greenland, and eastern Siberia
  53. Chronic medical condition involving severe inflammation of the gastrointestinal tract
  54. According to the USGA Rules of Golf, "a moveable straight indicator, with or without bunting or other material attached, centred in the hole to show its position"
  55. A Provençal savoury paste or dip, made from black olives, capers and anchovies
  56. Adjective famously used by Ronald Reagan to describe Muammar Gaddafi
  57. Area of South America with average rainfall of about 15mm per year
  58. French actress, singer and fashion model who became the official face of Marianne in 1969
  59. Island in the Channel Islands ruled by a hereditary seigneur or dame
  60. The birthplace of Sir Isaac Newton and Margaret Thatcher
  61. The third Andalusian football team, after Betis and Sevilla, to compete in La Liga
  62. Central banking system of the United States, created in 1913
  63. City in Kansas of which Wild Bill Hickok was marshal from April to December in 1871
  64. Second and fifth word of the mnemonic used to remember the fates of Henry VIII's six wives
  65. Nickname by which Latin American politician and soldier Ernesto Guevara was known
  66. In the Old Testament, the first wife of Jacob and elder sister of Rachel, his second wife
  67. Genus of plants from the nightshade family native to the Americas, whose fruits are commonly called chilli pepper, red or green pepper, or sweet pepper in Britain
  68. The most populous and richest region of Italy
  69. Former administrative region of France comprising the departments of Allier, Puy de Dome, Cantal and Haute Loire
  70. The longest-running TV football programme in the world
  71. Lead singer of The Verve from their formation in 1990 until their split in 1999
  72. The smallest state of Australia
  73. A one-wheeled vehicle used in a circus
  74. Any of the imaginary lines joining the north and south poles at right angles to the equator
  75. Material from which the Pantheon, Trajan's Column and Michelangelo's David are made
  76. Russian poet who committed suicide in 1941 after her husband was executed
  77. Kent town and civil parish on the Kent/Surrey border with two railway stations
  78. Cathedral city in North Yorkshire whose racecourse hosted Britain's first horse race for female jockeys in 1723
  79. Former England batsman who made his Test debut in 2004 against the West Indies
  80. The capital of Mali
  81. 1974 Michael Winner film starring Charles Bronson
  82. Red grape variety grown predominantly on the East Coast of the United States
  83. 1955 Billy Wilder film starring Marilyn Monroe
  84. Unit of pressure equivalent to a 100,000 newtons per square metre
  85. Any of the 150 sacred songs, lyric poems and prayers that together constitute a book of the Old Testament
  86. A famous stout brewed in Cork from 1792
  87. Traditional Welsh soup for which recipes date back as far as the 14th Century
  88. 1996 Penny Marshall film starring Denzel Washington, Whitney Houston and Courtney B Vance
  89. Popular tourist resort at the far eastern end of the southern coast of Cyprus
  90. Scottish pro-independence political party founded in 2021
  91. The capital of Senegal
  92. The ceremonial gesture used to confer knighthood
  93. Industrial port in central Japan, on Honshu, between Tokyo and Yokohama
  94. The Indo-European language of Iran
  95. Latin phrase meaning beyond one's powers or authority
  96. Body of water surrounding the North Pole
  97. Song by Phyllis Nelson that topped the UK charts in 1985
  98. The male of any duck
  99. Daughter of Mohammed who married Ali
  100. Cheshire town on the River Mersey noted for chemical manufacture

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