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1-December-2018 | Page 1 of 1 | Crossword Zone 301 Clues & Answers

  1. A loose wide-sleeved liturgical vestment worn over the cassock by clergymen, choristers and acolytes
  2. Severe infection and inflammation of the intestines caused by bacteria, protozoa or parasitic worms
  3. Phil ___, former American record producer and songwriter convicted of second-degree murder in 2003
  4. J J ___, Finnish former Formula One driver who won the 24 Hours of Le Mans twice, in 1995 and 2005
  5. English punk rock band whose members included Johnny Rotten and Sid Vicious
  6. Russian port on the Kama River known as Molotov between 1940 and 1962
  7. Technical name for the eardrum
  8. Country whose capital is Ankara
  9. Genus of plants commonly called coneflowers and black-eyed-susan
  10. The capital of Zambia
  11. Technical name for a cough
  12. A freshwater cyprinid fish of the genus Abramis
  13. A surrounding area or region
  14. London area, birthplace of singer Matt Monro
  15. Shakespeare play subtitled the Moor of Venice
  16. A commissioned officer of the lowest rank in the US Navy
  17. Tom ___, American golfer who won the Open Championship at Royal Lytham & St Annes in 1996
  18. The Mediterranean cruciferous plant Lobularia maritima
  19. Robert ___, Irish writer best known for his novel The Ragged Trousered Philanthropists
  20. The Old World game bird Scolopax rusticola
  21. Loch ___, the largest Scottish lake
  22. Country whose capital is Zagreb
  23. Tom ___, American golfer who won the Open Championship at Royal Troon in 1973
  24. Peter ___, Australian tennis player best known for his doubles partnership with Paul McNamee
  25. BBC classical music quiz chaired by Joseph Cooper from 1966
  26. American film actor and entertainer born Joseph Yule, Jr. in 1920
  27. English punk rock band whose hits included London Calling and Should I Stay Or Should I Go
  28. A tropical American click beetle of the genus Pyrophorus with luminescent thoracic organs
  29. Courtier sent by Claudius to invite Hamlet to participate in the duel with Laertes in Shakespeares play
  30. Bully in Tom Browns School Days by Thomas Hughes
  31. Brazilian footballer who joined Manchester United from Porto in 2007
  32. Stage name of New Orleans musician Mac Rebennack
  33. English rock band whose hits included Down in the Tube Station at Midnight and Thats Entertainment
  34. Horse that Bob Champion rode to victory in the 1981 Grand National
  35. Spanish name for the Running of the Bulls, as in Pamplona, for example
  36. An inspection, correction and verification of business accounts, conducted by an independent accountant
  37. Charles Haddon ___, Baptist preacher known as the Prince of Preachers after whom an institute of theological higher education in Croydon is named
  38. 1974 UK and US number one single by Ray Stevens
  39. German city and spa for which the French name is Aix-la-Chapelle
  40. A type of neutron star believed to have a very powerful magnetic field
  41. George ___, Romanian composer, violinist, pianist, conductor and teacher whose works include the opera Oedipe
  42. William ___, York-born English painter best known for his nudes
  43. Welsh rock band whose hits include Maybe Tomorrow and Dakota
  44. English-born Australian singer and actress who co-starred with John Travolta in the film version of Grease
  45. In Greek mythology, a son of King Priam of Troy who was killed by Achilles
  46. English punk rock band whose members have included Captain Sensible and Rat Scabies
  47. A salad of shredded cabbage, mayonnaise, carrots, onions, etc
  48. A red-skinned potato originally bred in the Netherlands in 1962
  49. Famous aria from the opera Carmen by Georges Bizet sometimes referred to as Lamour est un oiseau rebelle
  50. Song by The Beach Boys that features an Electro-Theremin, played by Paul Tanner
  51. The Eurasian duck Anas penelope
  52. Deep-toned native Australian wind instrument popularised by Rolf Harris
  53. The technical name for mother-of-pearl
  54. Australian port that is the capital of Queensland
  55. The small rodent Micromys minutus
  56. Ballet with music by Maurice Ravel, who described it as a symphonie choréographique