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14-January-2023 | Page 1 of 1 | Crossword Zone 301 Clues & Answers

  1. 1966 Broadway musical by Jerry Herman
  2. Song by the Corrs that reached number three in the UK in its Tin Tin Out remix
  3. School of Buddhism that teaches that contemplation of one's essential nature is the only way of achieving pure enlightenment
  4. Name for the city of Volgograd from 1925 to 1961
  5. Sir Francis ___, Irish-born hydrographer and naval officer who devised a scale for indicating wind force
  6. Short jokes
  7. Woodland historically associated with the legend of Robin Hood
  8. German field marshal nicknamed "the Desert Fox"
  9. Nickname of Southampton FC
  10. The ___, 1970s TV series starring Tony Curtis and Roger Moore
  11. Welsh constituency whose best-known MP was Neil Kinnock
  12. German manufacturer of luxury vehicles headquartered in Ingolstadt, Bavaria
  13. The capital of Chimborazo Province in central Ecuador
  14. Ancient city whose Latin name is Ilium
  15. The fourth-longest river in Europe, known to the Greeks as the Borysthenes
  16. The second largest city in Libya
  17. Inflammation of a sebaceous gland of the eyelid
  18. Discount supermarket chain founded by brothers Karl and Theo Albrecht in 1946
  19. 2015 film telling the story of the Kray Twins
  20. American singer-songwriter born Robert Allen Zimmerman
  21. German town associated with the 1870 dispatch from Bismarck that led to the outbreak of the Franco-Prussian War
  22. Insurance company based in Bromley, founded in 1985
  23. Spice obtained from the dried covering of a nutmeg seed
  24. Italian upmarket department store chain whose headquarters are in Mestre
  25. A vessel propelled by sail or power, used especially for pleasure cruising, racing, etc
  26. Shakespeare's shortest comedy, believed to have been written between 1592 and 1594
  27. The administrative centre of Devon
  28. American software developer best known for creating Facebook
  29. Single-celled ascomycetous fungus of the genus Saccharomyces able to ferment sugars
  30. Location in the human body of the cochlea and vestibule
  31. Method of treating disease by the use of small amounts of a drug that, in healthy persons, produces symptoms similar to those of the disease being treated
  32. Branch of mathematics in which alphabetic symbols represent unknown numbers
  33. Large bird with a black neck and head and a white throat patch
  34. The supreme god in Germanic mythology
  35. Woodwind instrument derived from the shawm
  36. Style of casual dress worn by Chinese women, consisting of a waisted blouse and trousers
  37. Poisonous plant whose species include monkshood
  38. The cgs unit of work or energy
  39. 1986 album by The The
  40. Village in Aberdeenshire that hosts an annual Highland Games traditionally attended by the British Royal Family
  41. Standardised pattern of chess pieces, named after a 19th-century English chess master
  42. Global news agency founded in London in 1851
  43. Dorset seaside resort founded in 1810
  44. Former comedian and actor who became president of Ukraine in 2019
  45. Son of Boaz and Ruth who was the father of Jesse and the grandfather of David
  46. Central European river that rises in the Czech Republic and flows into the Gulf of Pomerania of the Baltic Sea
  47. A part song in which the voices follow each other at equal intervals at the same pitch
  48. Chancellor of Germany from 1933 to 1945