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  1. Roman author known as the Elder who died as a result of the eruption of Vesuvius in 79 AD
  2. Sax ___, pen name of English novelist Arthur Henry Sarsfield Ward, who created the master criminal Dr Fu Manchu
  3. Burmese-born singer best known for fronting Bow Wow Wow
  4. Song written in 1940 by Mexican songwriter Consuelo Velázquez whose title translates as "kiss me generously"
  5. 1993 action film starring Sylvester Stallone and John Lithgow
  6. Glenn ___, former Australian cricketer who holds the record for the highest number of Test wickets by a fast bowler
  7. 1929 agreement by which the papacy recognised the state of Italy, with Rome as its capital, and Italy in return recognised papal sovereignty over the Vatican City
  8. Kingdom of the Anglo-Saxon Heptarchy associated with King Offa and Lady Godiva
  9. Republic in the Atlantic off the coast of West Africa whose capital is Praia
  10. The Promised Land of the Israelites
  11. Genus of over 700 species of trees, shrubs and small bushes including ebony and persimmon trees
  12. Middle name of the fictional supervillain Blofeld in the James Bond series of novels and films
  13. City in Orange County, California, that is the site of Disneyland
  14. Edible sea snail of the genus Haliotis
  15. 1994 film starring Tom Hanks which won six Academy Awards
  16. Italian sculptor and architect whose works include the Baldacchino over the high altar of St Peter's Basilica in Rome
  17. The capital of Australia's Northern Territory
  18. Ethan ___, American soldier during the War of Independence who led the Green Mountain Boys of Vermont
  19. The administrative centre of Wiltshire
  20. Memoir by Isak Dinesen, nom de plume of Danish author Baroness Karen von Blixen-Finecke
  21. In the Old Testament, the fifth son of Jacob by his wife Leah
  22. Nigel ___, goalkeeper who came on as a substitute for Jimmy Rimmer ten minutes into Aston Villa's 1982 European Cup Final victory over Bayern Munich
  23. Dog originally bred for fighting, ownership of which is prohibited in the UK by the Dangerous Dogs Act of 1991
  24. Haitian rapper, musician and actor who found fame with the Fugees
  25. 1975 adventure film starring Charles Bronson, based on a 1974 novel of the same name by Alistair MacLean
  26. Song written by Ernie Maresca that gave Dion a UK top ten hit in 1962
  27. Any congenital growth or pigmented blemish on the skin
  28. Town in Greater Manchester noted for its cakes, made from flaky pastry, butter, nutmeg, candied peel, sugar and currants
  29. Card game for two played with 32 cards and king high
  30. Pop song whose English language version was a top ten UK hit for Sylvia in 1974
  31. Aiden ___, Falkirk-born winger with 93 Republic of Ireland caps who joined Charlton Athletic on loan from Sunderland in January 2020
  32. Leader, with his brother Horsa, of the first Jutish settlers in Britain
  33. In France, a municipal district of certain cities, such as Paris
  34. Translucent gelatinous substance used as a lubricant and as an ointment base
  35. Roman Catholic priest and detective created by G K Chesterton
  36. A small round boneless slice of lamb from the fillet or leg
  37. A shoulderless, sleeveless, strapless women's garment
  38. 1977 UK number one single by Brotherhood of Man
  39. American poet, painter, essayist, author and playwright whose poems include since feeling is first
  40. Brand name for paraffin whose TV advertising included a rewritten version of the song Smoke Gets in Your Eyes
  41. Burmese-born singer best known for fronting Bow Wow Wow
  42. Song written in 1940 by Mexican songwriter Consuelo Velázquez whose title translates as kiss me generously
  43. The soul of wit, according to Polonius in Shakespeares Hamlet
  44. 1929 agreement by which the papacy recognised the state of Italy, with Rome as its capital, and Italy in return recognised papal sovereignty over the Vatican City
  45. Republic in the Atlantic off the coast of West Africa whose capital is Praia
  46. See 24
  47. American author whose works include The Sun Also Rises and A Farewell to Arms
  48. See 48
  49. 1994 film starring Tom Hanks which won six Academy Awards
  50. Italian sculptor and architect whose works include the Baldacchino over the high altar of St Peters Basilica in Rome
  51. English writer best known for Three Men in a Boat
  52. Fictitious poet-in-residence in the magazine Private Eye created in 1972 by Barry Fantoni
  53. The capital of Australias Northern Territory
  54. Postman Pats black-and-white cat
  55. Memoir by Isak Dinesen, nom de plume of Danish author Baroness Karen von Blixen-Finecke
  56. Tobias ___, Scottish novelist, whose picaresque satires include Roderick Random, Peregrine Pickle and Humphry Clinker
  57. Nigel ___, goalkeeper who came on as a substitute for Jimmy Rimmer ten minutes into Aston Villas 1982 European Cup Final victory over Bayern Munich
  58. Dog originally bred for fighting, ownership of which is prohibited in the UK by the Dangerous Dogs Act of 1991
  59. Haitian rapper, musician and actor who found fame with the Fugees
  60. 1975 adventure film starring Charles Bronson, based on a 1974 novel of the same name by Alistair MacLean
  61. Song written by Ernie Maresca that gave Dion a UK top ten hit in 1962
  62. American actress whose films include Blade Runner, Dune, No Way Out and Wall Street
  63. Pop song whose English language version was a top ten UK hit for Sylvia in 1974
  64. Translucent gelatinous substance used as a lubricant and as an ointment base
  65. The ___, the fifth canvas in William Hogarths series of six paintings known as Marriage à-la-mode
  66. Roman Catholic priest and detective created by G K Chesterton
  67. Austrian-born actor whose roles include Jeremiah Durrance in Now, Voyager and Victor Laszlo in Casablanca
  68. Judith ___, American novelist whose works include Scruples and Princess Daisy
  69. A shoulderless, sleeveless, strapless womens garment
  70. Fashion consultant, author and TV presenter best known for his Channel 4 programme How to Look Good Naked
  71. See 10
  72. See 7
  73. Lou ___, German musician best known for his 1999 hit single Mambo No 5
  74. Italian herbal liqueur, created in 1896, that is an ingredient in a Harvey Wallbanger cocktail
  75. In Greek mythology, a centaur killed during a battle with Heracles by a poisoned arrow that passed through his arm and continued to wound Chiron in the knee
  76. A written acknowledgment that payment or delivery has been made
  77. The oldest higher education institution in the English-speaking world
  78. George ___, American painter often called the father of American landscape painting
  79. Song from 33 Down that is the best-selling single of all time, with estimated sales in excess of 50 million copies worldwide
  80. US Triple Crown winning horse ridden by Steve Cauthen
  81. A pole with a prong or hook attached for landing large fish
  82. 2015 sequel to the Rocky film series, starring Michael B Jordan, Sylvester Stallone and Tony Bellew
  83. Opera by Mozart, with a libretto by Lorenzo Da Ponte, subtitled The Rake Punished
  84. Of flour, bread, etc, made from the entire wheat kernel
  85. American action film star whose films include Under Siege and On Deadly Ground
  86. Inflammation of a sebaceous gland of the eyelid
  87. American actor and singer best known for his portrayal of Inigo Montoya in the film The Princess Bride
  88. Town in Greater Manchester on the River Irwell that is the birthplace of Sir Robert Peel
  89. Former Surrey and England cricketer who played exactly 100 Test matches
  90. Minister for International Defence and Security from 2008 to 2010
  91. Norwegian town that hosted the 1994 Winter Olympics
  92. Preparation of tarred fibre used in shipbuilding for caulking
  93. A valved brass instrument of bass pitch
  94. Former name for Zimbabwe
  95. Branch of the British Army that undertakes the building of fortifications, mines, bridges, etc
  96. Mineral with a radiating form sometimes referred to as Bologna stone
  97. Radio programme that has provided ball-by-ball coverage of cricket since 1957
  98. The ciliated free-swimming larva of hydrozoan coelenterates such as the hydra
  99. Stanley ___, stage name of the English comic actor born Arthur Stanley Jefferson
  100. Style of printers typeface in which the characters have no small lines at the extremities of the main strokes

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