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  1. Official language of Israel
  2. The Croatian name for Croatia
  3. Salad plant whose varieties include TomThumb and Lollo Rosso
  4. Shipboard game in which a quoit is tossed to and fro across a high net
  5. A system of exercise named after its German inventor whose father was a gymnast from Greece
  6. 1960 film starring Elvis Presley, Juliet Prowse and Robert Ivers
  7. 1985 single by Prince that reached number two in the US
  8. English comedian, writer, presenter and actor who was formerly a psychiatric nurse
  9. Post traditionally rewarded with "a butt of sack"
  10. District of the City of Westminster named after London's first neo-classical building, built by the Adam brothers
  11. US inventor who patented more than a thousand inventions, including the phonograph, the incandescent electric lamp and the microphone
  12. The third book of the Old Testament
  13. The most capped English Test wicket-keeper
  14. Olympic swimmer who first starred as Tarzan in 1933
  15. Former West Indies batsman whose cricketing records include the highest individual score in first-class cricket: 501 not out for Warwickshire against Durham
  16. City of NW Spain, home to the country's oldest university
  17. The King of the Zulu Kingdom from 1816 to 1828
  18. English photographer, former husband of actress Catherine Deneuve and model Marie Helvin
  19. A Siberian breed of dog of the spitz type
  20. Seville-based Spanish football club who won the Copa del Rey in 1977 and 2005
  21. The state capital of Alaska
  22. The largest lake in England
  23. Texas city in which John F Kennedy was assassinated
  24. The first track and field athlete to win a gold medal in the same individual event in four consecutive Olympics
  25. The first document forced onto an English king by a group of his subjects
  26. The brightest star in the constellation Aquila
  27. Avoirdupois unit of weight that is divided into 16 ounces
  28. The only man to have twice won all four Grand Slam tennis singles titles in the same year
  29. Silvery-white metallic chemical element with the atomic number 92
  30. Lead guitarist of the band Travis
  31. A marine percoid fish of the family Labridae
  32. Royal correspondent for BBC News from 1989 to 2003
  33. The first president of the Committee of Public Safety in the French Revolution
  34. 1894 novel by George du Maurier that gave its name to a hat
  35. Canadian jazz pianist and singer who married Elvis Costello in 2003
  36. Soft creamy French cheese with a whitish rind
  37. English diarist and naval administrator whose diary includes accounts of the Great Plague and the Fire of London
  38. 2008 film featuring a Marvel Comics character of the same name, starring Robert Downey Jr
  39. BBC Two sketch show created by Arthur Mathews and Graham Linehan
  40. American swing and bebop trumpeter who was a pioneer of the flugelhorn in jazz
  41. The only English wicket-keeper to twice claim nine dismissals in a Test match
  42. Shakespears Sister's only UK number one single
  43. England's second highest wicket taker in Test cricket
  44. Hampshire village in the New Forest on the outskirts of New Milton with cricket and football clubs
  45. Will ___, one of Robin Hood's Merry Men
  46. The second largest island in Orkney, after Mainland
  47. Type of two-humped camel originally from an area of north Afghanistan
  48. A sand-burrowing bivalve mollusc of the family Cardiidae
  49. Musical duo comprising 5cc of 10cc
  50. In Greek mythology, the fluid said to flow in the veins of the gods
  51. Song about a dog recorded by many artists, including Elvis Presley in 1956
  52. American state nicknamed 'The Small Wonder
  53. 1963 number one single by The Dave Clark Five
  54. With Kimya Dawson, one half of American indie group The Moldy Peaches
  55. Irish cyclist who won the 1988 Vuelta a España
  56. Actress who is the daughter of Jane Birkin
  57. Portuguese international forward who joined Liverpool from Wolverhampton Wanderers in 2020
  58. A region containing no matter
  59. Controversial 1972 Bernardo Bertolucci film starring Marlon Brando and Maria Schneider
  60. The Muse of epic poetry in Greek mythology
  61. The largest asteroid and the first to be discovered
  62. A card game similar to whist, usually played for stakes
  63. The largest moon in our solar system
  64. CITV series presented by Neil Buchanan from 1990 to 2007
  65. Alternative name for Charles de Gaulle Airport
  66. Russian river that flows through the Smolensk and Moscow Oblasts
  67. Former England goalkeeper whose clubs have included Leeds United, Liverpool and Manchester City
  68. Generic term for a number of Italian double chantered pipes
  69. First female artist to have two singles and two albums in the UK top five simultaneously
  70. 1959 UK top ten hit for Neil Sedaka
  71. Means by which animals escape the notice of predators, including cryptic and apatetic coloration
  72. English band formed in 1984 by Mick Jones after the Clash broke up
  73. Extinct volcano in Hawaii that is the highest island mountain in the world
  74. Young wizard created by J K Rowling
  75. Area that produces a form of sustainable energy
  76. The state capital of New York
  77. The world's longest river
  78. The set of values that a variable can take
  79. 1960 Sam Cooke single that was a top ten hit in both the US and the UK
  80. Portuguese international winger who joined Fulham from Wolverhampton Wanderers in 2020
  81. 2017 film, directed by Christopher Nolan, whose ensemble cast includes Harry Styles, Cillian Murphy and Tom Hardy
  82. Breakfast food consisting of rolled oats, nuts, honey or other sweeteners, and sometimes puffed rice
  83. Device consisting of a wheel or disc spinning rapidly about an axis which is itself free to alter in direction
  84. Liverpool centre back whose made his senior England debut in 2017
  85. A mound of stones erected as a memorial or marker
  86. The hard white substance that covers the crown of each tooth
  87. American multi-instrumentalist, singer-songwriter, and actress who was classically trained on the harp in her youth
  88. August 1, held as a feast in the Roman Catholic church, commemorating St Peter's miraculous deliverance from prison
  89. Any period of time during which glaciers covered a large part of the earth's surface
  90. American singer born Anthony Dominick Benedetto in 1926
  91. 2003 novel by Dan Brown featuring the characters Robert Langdon and Sophie Neveu
  92. 1995 Mike Figgis film for which Nicolas Cage won a Best Actor Oscar
  93. 1967 song by The Kinks performed by Ray Davies at the closing ceremony of the London 2012 Olympics
  94. Citrus fruit whose oil gives Earl Grey tea its distinctive flavour
  95. Poetry collection by Walt Whitman first published in 1855
  96. Plant that is the national emblem of Scotland
  97. Town and former royal burgh in the Scottish Borders with an abbey that was founded in 1147
  98. 1991 John Landis film starring Sylvester Stallone that is a remake of a 1967 French film of the same name
  99. Scottish rugby union player who married TV presenter Gabby Yorath in 2001
  100. Previous name for Birmingham City from 1888 to 1905

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