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17-April-2021 | Page 1 of 1 | Crossword Zone 301 Clues & Answers

  1. Genus of cacti that includes the prickly pear
  2. Primitive religious symbol officially adopted in 1935 as the emblem of Nazi Germany
  3. Wiltshire market town whose name means "the castle at the boundaries"
  4. Colorado silver mining town, in what is now Rocky Mountain National Park, named after the daughter of Fort Collins entrepreneur Benjamin F Burnett
  5. Perry Como hit that was the first single to receive a gold record certification
  6. 1993 film starring Eric Idle, Rick Moranis and Barbara Hershey
  7. A young eel, especially one migrating up a river from the sea
  8. Thick dark liquid mixture prepared from coal tar, used as a preservative for wood
  9. Lead guitarist of the band Guns N' Roses, born Saul Hudson in Hampstead in 1965
  10. The supreme god of the ancient Greeks
  11. Midfielder who scored against his Tottenham Hotspur team-mate Hugo Lloris on his first start for England in a 2-0 win against France at Wembley
  12. Otter who is the subject of a 1927 novel by Henry Williamson
  13. A substance used to produce low temperatures
  14. Lead vocalist of the band Guns N' Roses, raised as William Bruce Bailey
  15. In Greek mythology, the seven daughters of Atlas, placed as stars in the sky
  16. Tea launched by Brooke Bond in the 1930s as Pre-Gest-Tee
  17. The backbone
  18. Area of the Caribbean invaded in 1961 by Cuban exiles attempting to overthrow Fidel Castro
  19. 1983 Billy Joel song that topped the UK chart for five weeks
  20. The Muslim name for God
  21. Chimpanzee, orang-utan or gorilla
  22. The capital and largest city of the Thessaly region of Greece
  23. Zara ___, 2006 BBC Sports Personality of the Year
  24. Raymond Chandler's first original screenplay, for the film that marked the third pairing of Alan Ladd and Veronica Lake
  25. Song by Clean Bandit, featuring vocals from Jess Glynne, that spent four weeks at number one in 2014
  26. Russian city formerly known as Tsaritsyn and Stalingrad
  27. Darren Aronofsky film for which Mickey Rourke won a BAFTA
  28. Czech-born tennis player who was US Open champion 1985-87
  29. The principal body cavity in most animals, located between the intestinal canal and the body wall
  30. The burrow of a badger
  31. Song written and originally recorded in 1971 by Labi Siffre, later successfully covered by Madness
  32. Period of an eclipse when light from the eclipsed body is completely obscured
  33. County in the Republic of Ireland whose county town is Lifford
  34. Popular song written by Doc Pomus and Mort Shuman, first recorded in 1960 by Ben E King and The Drifters
  35. An archaic name for the gannet
  36. Country whose capital is Phnom Penh
  37. 1990 film starring Sean Penn, Ed Harris and Gary Oldman
  38. 2010 film, starring Jack Black, loosely based on an 18th-century novel by Jonathan Swift
  39. 1973 film starring Robert Duvall, Karen Black, Joe Don Baker and Robert Ryan, based on a novel by Richard Stark