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16-May-2020 | Page 1 of 1 | Crossword Zone 301 Clues & Answers

  1. 1983 Billy Bragg song that became a hit single when covered by Kirsty MacColl the next year
  2. In Norse mythology, a dwarf who possessed a treasure hoard, which was stolen by Loki
  3. The main vessel in the arterial network
  4. ___ of the North, a seminal 1922 feature-length documentary film by Robert Flaherty
  5. 2008 winner of the BBCs Helen Rollason Award who played rugby for Bristol and England and cricket for Gloucestershire
  6. 1980s TV series starring Bruce Willis and Cybill Shepherd
  7. Inflammation of small masses of lymphatic tissue situated on each side of the back of the mouth
  8. The spring term at Oxford University, the Inns of Court and some other educational establishments
  9. The capital of Jordan
  10. Emblem that symbolises Judaism
  11. The capital of Colombia
  12. The very large plankton-eating fish Cetorhinus maximus, also called a sailfish
  13. Jean ___, 17th-century French poet and dramatist whose plays include Andromaque and Phèdre
  14. Roman emperor born Lucius Domitius Ahenobarbus
  15. The largest US state
  16. 1956 song written by Jay Hawkins that has been covered by artists such as Nina Simone, The Alan Price Set, Creedence Clearwater Revival and Bryan Ferry
  17. The legal alias of the Archbishops of York
  18. American actor who died of a drug overdose in 1993
  19. A literary or archaic name for China
  20. River in central Canada that rises in Saskatchewan and flows east through several lakes to Hudson Bay
  21. Female forename that comes from the Greek word for goddess
  22. Alberto ___, pen name of Italian novelist and short-story writer Alberto Pincherle
  23. 1984 debut album by Nik Kershaw
  24. Old World songbird with a long pointed bill and a mostly yellow-and-black plumage
  25. A mollusc of the class Pelecypoda, which includes clams, cockles, oysters and mussels
  26. Right-handed knuckleball pitcher who spent his entire Major League Baseball playing career, 1920-32, with the Philadelphia Athletics
  27. Singer who had a top ten hit with Stop! in 1989
  28. Village in Berkshire that was the starting point of marches organised by the Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament
  29. Author who created James Bond
  30. 1959 Top Ten hit for Neil Sedaka, co-written with Howard Greenfield
  31. A hot gaseous mass that radiates energy
  32. Small port in NE Libya taken from the Italians by the British in January 1941
  33. David ___, Welsh show jumper who was BBC Sports Personality of the Year in 1960
  34. The testis of a male fish filled with mature sperm
  35. The first of Slades six UK number one singles
  36. Leader of Solidarity who won the 1983 Nobel peace prize
  37. Legendary Persian queen who was the storyteller in the One Thousand and One Nights
  38. The state capital of Minnesota
  39. English writer best known for The Darling Buds of May
  40. The fifth studio album by King Crimson, released in 1973
  41. Richard Brinsley ___, Irish dramatist whose works include The Rivals and School for Scandal
  42. Asiatic tree of the genus Pogostemon, the leaves of which yield a fragrant oil
  43. In J R R Tolkiens Lord of the Rings, a horse of Rohan that no one except Gandalf could ride
  44. English actor whose TV series include Only Fools and Horses, The Darling Buds of May and A Touch of Frost
  45. English comedian associated with Emu
  46. 1963 Robert Wise horror film starring Julie Harris, Claire Bloom, Richard Johnson and Russ Tamblyn
  47. Body part to which the adjective labial relates
  48. The capital of Croatia
  49. 1985 Peter Weir film starring Harrison Ford and Kelly McGillis
  50. Sue ___, widow of Leonard Cheshire who established a Foundation for the Sick and Disabled
  51. Bettino ___, Prime Minister of Italy from 1983 to 1987
  52. Winter Olympic event that combines rifle shooting and cross-country skiing
  53. 1975 David Bowie single that appeared on the Station to Station album the following year
  54. A school of whales
  55. A dry brown brandy distilled in the French district of Gers
  56. Former LibDem MP for Montgomeryshire, from 1983 to 1997, created a life peer in 1999