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13-June-2020 | Page 1 of 1 | Crossword Zone 301 Clues & Answers

  1. Alternative rock band from Minneapolis best known for their singles Secret Smile and Closing Time
  2. 1986 book, derived from material from the unpublished diaries of Anaïs Nin, on which a 1990 film was based
  3. Marine crustacean of the subclass Cirripedia that lives attached to rocks, ship bottoms, etc
  4. The horizontal or x-coordinate of a point in a two-dimensional system of Cartesian coordinates
  5. Mineral that is 1 on the Mohs hardness scale
  6. Coriolanus ___, ruler of Panem and the main antagonist in The Hunger Games series of novels
  7. Pseudonym of the French writer Francois Marie Arouet
  8. The Bush Kangaroo in a 1960s Australian TV series
  9. The destroyer, a name given to the Devil in the Book of Revelation
  10. 1866 play by W S Gilbert subtitled The Little Duck and the Great Quack
  11. Historic fishing village in Kincardineshire, now subsumed into Stonehaven, with a ruined castle
  12. Another name for the aromatic resin frankincense
  13. In the Old Testament, Adams third son
  14. An agreement between opposing armies to suspend hostilities in order to discuss peace terms
  15. Robert ___, American film director whose works include What Ever Happened to Baby Jane? and The Dirty Dozen
  16. In anatomy, any small circular area, such as the pigmented ring around a nipple
  17. Evergreen perennial often grown indoors, with long, tough leaves and brownish-purple flowers
  18. County of the Republic of Ireland in Leinster whose county town is Naas
  19. Former Controller of BBC Two and BBC One who presents the arts series Imagine
  20. Fred ___, 19th-century jockey nicknamed The Tin Man who was Champion Jockey 13 times
  21. Roy ___, the oldest manager in English Premier League history
  22. Gout of the foot or big toe
  23. Argentine-born English actress who played Juliet in Franco Zeffirellis 1968 film version of Romeo and Juliet
  24. 1970 David Lean film for which Sir John Mills won a Best Supporting Actor Oscar
  25. 1986 film starring Louis Gossett Jr, who also appeared in its three sequels
  26. A dry red wine produced in the Piedmont region of Italy
  27. Autobiographical manifesto by Adolf Hitler, published in two volumes in 1925 and 1926
  28. Song about the Polish Solidarity movement released as the lead single from U2s 1983 album War
  29. See 31
  30. Leonardo ___, American actor whose middle name is Wilhelm
  31. Name to which Brads Drink was changed in 1898
  32. Conservative MP assassinated by the Provisional IRA in 1985
  33. In law, a person who incites someone to commit a crime or assists the perpetrator
  34. The only Pakistani cricketer named in an all-time Test World XI to mark the 150th anniversary of Wisden Cricketers Almanack
  35. Jesse ___, US athlete who won four gold medals at the 1936 Berlin Olympics
  36. 1945 novel by John Steinbeck set on a street in Monterey
  37. Isaac ___, American professor of biochemistry and author best known for Foundation Series of science fiction
  38. Stella ___, English author whose first novel was Cold Comfort Farm
  39. Technical name for whooping cough
  40. Suburban area in Surrey that forms a borough with Epsom
  41. Town in Umbria that was the birthplace of St Francis
  42. Scottish rider who won four Olympic silver medals, including the individual silver medal for eventing at the 1988 games
  43. The protective or supporting structure covering the outside of the body of many animals, such as the thick cuticle of arthropods
  44. 10th-century king of Wessex and Mercia who extended his kingdom to include most of England
  45. American TV series based on The Southern Vampire Mysteries series of novels by Charlaine Harris
  46. Lead vocalist of The Supremes from 1961 to 1969
  47. American psychedelic rock group best known for In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida
  48. Dimitri ___, French international footballer who rejoined Marseille from West Ham United in 2017
  49. American-born member of the Parisian avant-garde of the early 20th century whose lover was Gertrude Stein
  50. Statute of 1715 used to disperse crowds when read by a magistrate
  51. Jean Philippe ___, French composer whose works include the opera Castor et Pollux
  52. 1930 comedy of manners by Noël Coward
  53. Olivier ___, French international footballer who joined Chelsea from Arsenal in 2018
  54. 1677 play by John Dryden subtitled The World Well Lost
  55. Language closely related to French, also known as chti, chtimi and rouchi
  56. Short posts used to prevent traffic from entering an area
  57. Communications code word for the letter R
  58. Scottish word for a church, especially one of the Church of Scotland