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  1. The greatest piano virtuoso of the 19th century
  2. Type of satirical, usually topical, West Indian ballad
  3. Greek god of war, identified with Roman Mars
  4. Wife of the Earl of Mercia who rode naked through Coventry, according to legend
  5. Yellow-flowered shrub of the genera Cytisus and Sarothamnus
  6. Small typically evergreen shrub with sweet-scented flowers
  7. University city in central Germany on the river Saale
  8. Rudi ___, German cyclist who won the 1962 Vuelta a España and the world championship in 1966
  9. Horse that won the 1997 Grand National
  10. Michael ___, American swimmer who is the most decorated gold medallist of all time
  11. Novel by Charles Dickens originally serialised between 1843 and 1844
  12. Dutch discus and shot put thrower who married Irish swimmer Michelle Smith in 1996
  13. Asian country whose capital is Kabul
  14. Mythical adviser of Numa Pompilius, king of Rome
  15. Island group whose capital is Willemstad on Curaçao
  16. First names of the conjoined twin brothers whose condition and birthplace became the basis for the term "Siamese twins"
  17. BBC drama series set in the fictional town of Newtown that ran from 1962 to 1978
  18. The world's largest and most populous continent
  19. Song that earned Dolly Parton a Grammy Award 44 years after its original release
  20. A Hebrew prophet of the 8th century BC who married the prostitute Gomer at God's command
  21. Welsh snooker player nicknamed "Dracula"
  22. The derived SI unit of power
  23. A High Church Anglican in the Oxford Movement such as John Henry Newman or Edward Bouverie Pusey
  24. American painter, printmaker and filmmaker who coined the widely used expression "15 minutes of fame"
  25. Either of two Egyptian obelisks, one on the Thames Embankment in London, and the other in Central Park, New York
  26. In poker, five cards that are in sequence irrespective of suit
  27. Tinned luncheon meat celebrated in a Monty Python song
  28. Figure in Scottish country dancing by means of which couples change position in the set
  29. Passerine bird of the crow family such as Pica pica
  30. Cookery term describing fish served in butter with lemon juice and parsley
  31. Computer programming language designed for general commercial use
  32. The husband of "14 Across"
  33. The third largest city in Zimbabwe
  34. Turkish city historically known as Smyrna
  35. An archaic or poetic name for Ireland
  36. The northernmost town on the British mainland
  37. Name by which the Crimean port and resort city of Feodosiya was known at the time of the Black Death
  38. Grand Prince of Moscow, known 'the Terrible,' who became the first Tsar of Russia in 1547
  39. Brightly-coloured venomous Asian snake of the genus Bungarus
  40. Mustapha ___, Moroccan international footballer who had spells at Coventry City and Aston Villa
  41. Greek god of love whose Roman counterpart was Cupid
  42. A member of a body of lancers first employed in the Polish army
  43. Village in Erie County, New York, that is home to the toy company Fisher-Price
  44. The patron saint of Russia and of children, sailors, merchants and pawnbrokers
  45. Town in Lower Galilee that was the home of Jesus in his youth
  46. A temporary encampment with few facilities, as used by soldiers, mountaineers, etc
  47. The primary collection of sacred texts of Zoroastrianism
  48. 1971 musical by Jim Jacobs and Warren Casey set in 1959 at the fictional Rydell High School
  49. Egg white, especially when used as a size, glaze or adhesive
  50. The most sacred places of worship an ancient temples from which the laity was prohibited
  51. Winning margin in horse racing between a nose and a neck
  52. Industrial town in North Yorkshire on the Tees estuary
  53. Large town in Northern Ireland near to the mouth of the River Bann
  54. 1986 film by Ivan Reitman starring Robert Redford, Debra Winger and Daryl Hannah
  55. Don McLean song about "the day the music died"
  56. Capital of the Republic of Maldives
  57. Local or general loss of bodily sensation
  58. William Ralph ___, Dean of St Paul's Cathedral nicknamed "The Gloomy Dean"
  59. Athenian philosopher who died by drinking hemlock
  60. Greek mathematician called the "Father of Geometry"
  61. Asian republic on the Mediterranean Sea established in 1948 in the former British mandate of Palestine
  62. Virus-like bacterium responsible for diseases such as trachoma and psittacosis
  63. Katie ___, American swimmer who won three medals at the 2008 Olympics
  64. Communications code word for the letter O
  65. The capital and largest city of Saskatchewan, Canada
  66. Coin worth approximately 8 shillings issued by the East India Company at Madras
  67. Region of the Earth whose name means 'near the bear
  68. The female of the ruff
  69. Hit single from Fleetwood Mac's eponymous 1975 album
  70. Member of a class of small freeholders of common birth who cultivated their own land
  71. ___ University is a Palestinian university in Jerusalem, founded in 1984
  72. Arachnid whose tail terminates in a venomous sting
  73. In architecture, a moulding having a cross section in the form of a letter S
  74. 2003 single by Linkin Park that topped the Billboard Hot Modern Rock Tracks chart for 12 weeks
  75. Tropical American plant also known as slipperwort
  76. The science or study of signs
  77. 1983 John Landis film starring Dan Aykroyd and Eddie Murphy
  78. Landlocked nation in Western Africa whose capital is Bamako
  79. 1999 film featuring Ben Affleck and Matt Damon
  80. Norwegian town that hosted the 1994 Winter Olympics
  81. Perennial marsh plant of the plumbaginaceous genus Limonium
  82. The seventh album by American heavy metal band Metallica, released in 1997
  83. Genus of bears that includes the brown bears, the polar bear and black bears
  84. Currency unit of Brazil, subdivided into 100 centavos
  85. Pastoral poem by John Milton published in 1645
  86. The administrative centre of Devon
  87. Measurement and testing of mental states and processes
  88. Flowering plant genus that includes the phalsa and the crossberry
  89. Condition characterised by acute spasmodic abdominal pain
  90. The third secretary-general of the United Nations, from 1961 to 1971
  91. Plumbaginaceous plant of the "4 Down" genus Limonium cultivated for its everlasting flowers
  92. The capital of Bahrain
  93. Welsh composer, singer and actor born David Davies in 1893
  94. English crime writer who created Chief Inspector Wexford
  95. Long, thin white mushroom used in Japanese cuisine
  96. Former Conservative MP for Hastings and Rye and for Beckenham who stood down at the 2010 general election.
  97. British dance band leader and clarinetist from the 1920s until the 1960s whose real surname was Lipman
  98. An ethnic group of Guyana and northern Brazil whose yaskomo, or shaman, is believed to be able to perform a soul flight
  99. The eighth letter of the Greek alphabet
  100. The 15th studio album by Bruce Springsteen, released in 2007

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