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  1. Sport based on an activity that was a central part of ancient Polynesian culture
  2. The ___, comic strip, about a team of tiny human-like technicians who live inside heads, that first appeared in The Beezer in 1962
  3. City in central Iraq on the Euphrates River that is the capital of Babylon Province
  4. Coastal town in North Somerset on the Severn Estuary that is the location of the headquarters of Avon and Somerset Constabulary
  5. ___ and Gladrags, song written by Mike dAbo that was used as the theme song of the BBC series The Office
  6. Oscar-winning musical based on the memoir of Maria von Trapp
  7. ___ Monday is the first Monday of the year
  8. A marine percoid fish of the family Labridae
  9. Editor of Private Eye who is also a team captain on the BBC quiz show Have I Got News for You
  10. A bird of the family Strigidae
  11. 1968 film in which Tony Curtis starred as Albert DeSalvo
  12. Another name for caustic soda
  13. 1971 film starring Richard Roundtree in the title role
  14. Greek god of love whose Roman counterpart was Cupid
  15. Tony ___, manager who took charge of Blackburn Rovers in 2017
  16. American rock band whose best known songs is (Dont Fear) The Reaper
  17. 1850 poem by Alfred, Lord Tennyson, that is a requiem for his friend Arthur Henry Hallam
  18. Chocolate bar that originated in Sweden and Norway in 1953
  19. The main championship game of American football, held annually in January
  20. The ___ Brothers were the musical duo Bill Medley and Bobby Hatfield
  21. A crustacean of the order that includes woodlice
  22. Character played by Bernard Youens in Coronation Street from 1964 to 1984
  23. Traditional enemies of the mods in British youth culture
  24. Republic in the Atlantic off the coast of West Africa whose capital is Praia
  25. Large town in Greater London that is the administrative headquarters of the London Borough of Redbridge
  26. Manager of the Beatles from 1962 to 1967
  27. See 50
  28. Indie rock band from Dundee whose debut album, Hats Off to the Buskers, was nominated for the 2007 Mercury Music Prize
  29. South American country whose capital is Paramaribo
  30. Rugby League competition last won by Leigh Centurions in 2013
  31. Golf knitwear and clothing company that supplied shirts and knitwear to the European Ryder Cup Team from 1987 to 2014
  32. Relationship of Arnold Schoenberg to Alexander Zemlinsky, for example
  33. Another name for a hookah
  34. Leather finished with a fine velvet-like nap
  35. See 3
  36. In philately, a design for a stamp submitted to the postal authorities for consideration but not used
  37. Character in Virgils epic poem the Aeneid who was a brother-in-arms of Hector
  38. Commercial music streaming service launched in Sweden in October 2008
  39. Bird to which the adjective psittacine relates
  40. A garden tool or machine used on lawns to improve soil drainage and encourage worms, microfauna and microflora
  41. A bass tuba that coils over the shoulder of a band musician
  42. Michael Jackson single that topped the US and UK charts simultaneously in 1983
  43. 2012 Oliver Stone film based on the novel of the same name by Don Winslow
  44. Music festival held at Max Yasgurs dairy farm in the Catskills in August 1969
  45. Greek philosopher who held that the highest good is pleasure
  46. The most sensuous word in the English language, according to Philip Marlow in Dennis Potters The Singing Detective
  47. Kingdom in southern Africa whose capital is Maseru
  48. 1981 film starring John Gordon Sinclair, Dee Hepburn and Clare Grogan
  49. 1996 film starring Winona Ryder and Lukas Haas, loosely based on a short story by James Salter
  50. 1927 novel by Virginia Woolf centring on the Ramsays and their visits to the Isle of Skye
  51. A note known as a sixty-fourth note in North America
  52. Nicola ___, Italian sculptor noted for his pulpit in the baptistry of Pisa Cathedral
  53. ___ of Asha, single by Cornershop that reached number one in the UK chart in 1998
  54. Vladimir Ilyich ___, first premier of the Soviet Union
  55. Character who marries Estella in the novel Great Expectations by Charles Dickens
  56. American pop rock band comprising three brothers, best known for the 1997 hit MMMBop
  57. Capital of the Finistère department of Brittany
  58. The county town of County Mayo in the Republic of Ireland
  59. A managed colony of birds such as the one at Abbotsbury in Dorset, written records of which go back to 1393
  60. Former Aston Villa and England striker whose middle name is Imuetinyan
  61. Spanish tennis player who won the mens singles title at the US Open in 1975
  62. Indian city famous for its Mogul architecture, such as the Taj Mahal
  63. Sultanate in SE Arabia whose capital is Muscat
  64. The particles and gamma rays emitted in nuclear decay
  65. Scottish tourist resort on the River Tummel noted for its 310-metre salmon ladder
  66. American animated TV series set in Third Street School
  67. See 45
  68. Daughter of Agamemnon and Clytemnestra in Greek mythology after whom a psychological complex is named
  69. German composer who wrote the music for Bertolt Brechts The Rise and Fall of the City of Mahagonny and The Threepenny Opera
  70. Stage name of Ryan Williams whose drum and bass collective Reprazent won the 1997 Mercury Prize
  71. African country whose capital is Ndjamena
  72. American golfer who won the Open Championship in 1961 and 1962
  73. A lining applied to the walls of a room, especially one of wood panelling
  74. 2006 top 10 hit for The Zutons covered by Mark Ronson and Amy Winehouse in 2007
  75. English nurse known as the Lady with the Lamp
  76. The lead singer of Hermans Hermits
  77. 1983 single by Lionel Richie kept off the top of the UK chart by Billy Joels Uptown Girl
  78. Journalist who presented All Our Yesterdays on ITV from 1961 to 1973
  79. American actor whose films include All the Presidents Men, Julia and Parenthood
  80. Protozoan of the phylum Rhizopoda able to change shape because of the movements of cell processes
  81. See 24
  82. 1968 Tom Jones hit adopted by supporters of Stoke City as their club anthem
  83. American author whose first novel was Fear of Flying
  84. Singer who had a number one with Without You in 1971
  85. The capital and chief port of Thailand
  86. Actor who played the title character in the 1979 film Mad Max
  87. Actress whose films include In the Line of Fire, Ransom and The Thomas Crown Affair
  88. One of the small orange aliens who travel around in a top hat in the classic childrens TV series Clangers
  89. Town in NW Italy famous for its sparkling wine
  90. British architect whose works include the Pompidou Centre in Paris and the Lloyds building in London
  91. Oscar-winning 2012 film directed by, and starring, Ben Affleck
  92. 70s sitcom starring Jack Smethurst, Rudolph Walker, Nina Baden-Semper and Kate Williams
  93. A cross section of an aileron, wing, tailplane or rotor blade
  94. The largest and most important island in French Polynesia, whose capital is Papeete
  95. Grey mineral that is the chief source of lead
  96. Harry Potter and the ___ of Secrets, second novel in the series written by J K Rowling
  97. Navigator after whom the continent of America was named
  98. American fashion doll launched in 1959
  99. A collection of poems by William Wordsworth and Samuel Taylor Coleridge first published in 1798
  100. Danish philosopher and theologian whose works include Either/Or and The Concept of Dread

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