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  1. British-born Australian businessman who bankrolled the successful bid for the 1983 Americas Cup
  2. The smallest shorebird, Calidris minutilla
  3. 2004 film by Paul Haggis that won the 2005 Academy Award for Best Picture
  4. The most important festival of the Christian Church
  5. American singer, fiddler and promoter known as the King of Country Music
  6. Charge card company formed in 1950, the first independent credit card company in the world
  7. Technical name for a head cold
  8. The rules governing the affairs of a Christian Church
  9. Mirella ___, Italian soprano who was married for many years to the Bulgarian bass Nicolai Ghiaurov
  10. Mark placed over a vowel in words such as über in German
  11. 1902 French silent film directed by Georges Méliès that in 2002 became the first work designated as a UNESCO World Heritage film
  12. A rich paste made from the liver of a specially fattened goose
  13. Evelyn Waugh novel first published in 1928
  14. Rodrigo Díaz de Vivar, Castilian nobleman who became a Spanish national hero in the wars against the Moors
  15. Greek philosopher, originally a boxer, who succeeded Zeno as the second head of the Stoic school in Athens
  16. The ___, girl group featuring former S Club Juniors members Frankie Sandford and Rochelle Humes
  17. Character in the soap opera Dallas played by Steve Kanaly
  18. Evil hypnotist in George du Mauriers 1894 novel Trilby
  19. The spiral-horned southern African antelope Tragelaphus angasi
  20. Novel by Leo Tolstoy published in serial instalments from 1873 to 1877
  21. A bomb that is designed to start fires
  22. Resort on the Isle of Wight whose pier is the fourth longest in the United Kingdom
  23. In Greek mythology, a sea god who lived in the depths of the sea with his wife Doris and their daughters
  24. In psychology, the mental process used in thinking and perceiving
  25. City on the River Neckar whose university is the oldest in Germany
  26. The last song on side one of Led Zeppelins untitled fourth album
  27. Brazilian footballer who became the worlds most expensive player when he joined Paris Saint-Germain from Barcelona in 2017
  28. A venomous snake of the family that includes the cobras, coral snakes and mambas
  29. 1977 single and album by David Bowie
  30. 1937 film starring Will Hay, Moore Marriott and Graham Moffatt
  31. The administrative capital of South Africa
  32. The traditional sign of a warship, flown from its masthead while the ship is in commission
  33. Caroline ___, English literary critic who was the first female professor of English Literature
  34. Colourless gas with a chlorine-like odour, formed by an electric discharge in oxygen
  35. 1959 film starring Rock Hudson and Doris Day
  36. Italian city in Lombardy that was the birthplace of Virgil
  37. The administrative centre of Wiltshire
  38. Los Angeles-based rock band featuring jazz bassist Charlie Hadens daughters Petra and Rachel
  39. Market town in Carmarthenshire, Wales, on the River Tywi
  40. Flemish painter best known for the altarpiece The Adoration of the Lamb in Ghent
  41. Scottish team who lost the 1987 UEFA Cup Final to IFK Göteborg of Sweden
  42. A red or white wine produced around the Ebro river in Spain
  43. A village on the main Cheltenham to Evesham Road, five miles north-east of Tewkesbury, on the Worcestershire-Gloucestershire border
  44. See 25
  45. Much-covered song written by Bob Nolan in 1936 about a man, his mule Dan and a mirage in the desert
  46. Kristin ___, East Germany swimmer who won six gold medals at the 1988 Olympics
  47. 1948 film starring Judy Garland and Fred Astaire and featuring music by Irving Berlin
  48. 1990 Bernardo Bertolucci film starring Debra Winger and John Malkovich, based on a 1949 novel by Paul Bowles
  49. District in Rome famous for its fountain, featured in Federico Fellinis film La Dolce Vita
  50. See 15
  51. Constituent part of the University of Cambridge founded in 1428 as a Benedictine hostel
  52. 1959 film starring Mamie Van Doren, Mel Tormé and Paul Anka
  53. Form of Japanese drama in which male actors play all roles
  54. British track racing cyclist who won the world amateur sprint title in 1947 and two Olympic silver medals in 1948
  55. With Vladimir, one of the two main characters in Samuel Becketts Waiting for Godot
  56. County whose administrative centre is Chelmsford
  57. Fourth single by The Sex Pistols
  58. English racing driver who won the Formula One World Championship in 1976
  59. A rule made by a local authority
  60. Italian composer, especially of operas, such as The Barber of Seville and William Tell
  61. The capital of Vietnam
  62. English translation of the opera La gazza ladra by 17 Across
  63. A climate pattern that occurs across the tropical Pacific Ocean roughly every five years
  64. 1984 number one single by Lionel Richie
  65. A thick rich soup made from shellfish
  66. American-born comedy writer who co-created the BBC comedy series The Young Ones with then partner Rik Mayall and Ben Elton
  67. Italian city in Emilia-Romagna formerly ruled by the Este family
  68. The Quiet ___, 1955 Graham Greene novel set in Vietnam
  69. Double A-side, with Stupid Cupid, that was a number one hit for Connie Francis in 1958
  70. A decoration or trimming of one material fixed onto another
  71. The reptile Natrix natrix
  72. Detective created by G K Chesterton
  73. One of two new Rebel Alliance starfighters created for the Star Wars film Return of the Jedi
  74. A highly saturated green-blue that is the complementary colour of red
  75. French neo-impressionist painter who, working with Georges Seurat, helped develop the pointillist style
  76. Hermann Hesses tenth novel, originally published in Germany in 1927
  77. 1967 Luis Buñuel film starring Catherine Deneuve
  78. Joanna ___, English novelist whose books include The Rectors Wife
  79. The largest city in South Africa
  80. Former royal burgh in Dumfries and Galloway that is the gateway to the Machars
  81. London landmark in Trafalgar Square
  82. Football team nicknamed the Toffees
  83. In Greek mythology, the son of King Priam and Queen Hecuba of Troy, and the twin brother of the prophetess Cassandra
  84. 1959 British film based on a novel of the same name by John Braine
  85. American boxer who won the world lightweight championship in London against Dick Burge in 1896
  86. William ___, York-born English painter best known for his nudes
  87. An ornamental stone consisting of a hard variety of chalcedony that is typically banded in appearance
  88. A sieve, especially a coarse one used for sand, grain, etc
  89. Form of dark matter that is integral to the plot of Philip Pullmans His Dark Materials trilogy of novels
  90. An early 16th-century trick-taking card game for two people played with a reduced deck
  91. 1989 Ron Howard film with an ensemble cast that includes Steve Martin, Tom Hulce and Rick Moranis
  92. Industrial city in North Rhine-Westphalia that was severely damaged in World War II
  93. The largest river in the world by volume
  94. A verse form of French origin consisting of 19 lines arranged in five tercets and a quatrain
  95. 1963 hit single by Chuck Berry to which he later composed a sequel, Little Marie
  96. The fish Carassius gibelio
  97. Irish county in Leinster province on the Irish Sea
  98. Cantata composed by Carl Orff based on 24 medieval poems
  99. Moon of Jupiter that is the third-largest moon in the solar system
  100. In Anglo-Saxon England, a prince of any of the royal dynasties

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