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2-January-2021 | Page 1 of 1 | Crossword Zone 301 Clues & Answers

  1. American golfer who won the 1997 Open at Royal Troon
  2. In Greek mythology, a king of Thessaly, one of the Argonauts, who was married to Alcestis
  3. 1953 British film featuring a musical score by Larry Adler
  4. English adventurer, writer and television presenter appointed the youngest ever Chief Scout at the age of 35 in 2009
  5. Fragrant resin obtained from tropical trees, such as those of the family Burseraceae
  6. North American Mennonite sect known for simple living, plain dress and reluctance to adopt modern technology
  7. A type of monochrome photographic print
  8. Month that ends on the same day of the week as November every year
  9. The executive chairman of McLaren Automotive and McLaren Group, and team principal of McLaren, the group's Formula One team, until 2009
  10. Chris ___, goalkeeper whose sole England cap in 2006 earned his father and friends £10,000 each for a bet made eleven years earlier
  11. The capital of Georgia, on the Kura River
  12. Another name for ascorbic acid
  13. The military ruler of the Central African Republic from 1966 and the Emperor of the Central African Empire from 1976 until he was overthrown in 1979
  14. The largest country in the world
  15. Island in the Firth of Clyde whose chief town is Rothesay
  16. In music, a character that lowers a note a semitone
  17. Sultanate whose capital is Muscat
  18. 1991 Steven Spielberg film starring Dustin Hoffman in the title role
  19. German doughnut known as Pfannkuchen in the city from which it takes its usual name
  20. Suzanne ___, six-times Wimbledon ladies singles champion who sipped brandy between sets
  21. French Formula One driver who was world champion in 1985, 1986, 1989 and 1993
  22. American writer known as the "Sage of Baltimore"
  23. 1946 film, starring Robert Young and Barbara Hale, about a professional gambler
  24. Romanian gymnast Andreea Raducan was stripped of her gold medal at the 2000 Sydney Olympics after testing positive for this decongestant drug
  25. French city that was the scene of the burning of Joan of Arc in 1431
  26. In the Old Testament, the twin brother of Jacob, to whom he exchanged his birthright for some "red pottage"
  27. The third largest city in Japan
  28. Stoke, Desborough and Burnham, the stewardship of which is a sinecure appointment used as a device allowing an MP to resign his or her seat
  29. British Shipping Forecast area between Irish Sea and Plymouth
  30. A rhythmic and syncopated dance of Cuban origin
  31. A monument honouring a dead person or persons buried elsewhere
  32. The Monkees' last number one hit in the US
  33. A city in New York State, near New York City on the Hudson River
  34. The capital of Denmark
  35. Caribbean fruit that is a cross between a tangerine, grapefruit and orange
  36. The capital of Libya
  37. Hanns ___, Leipzig-born composer who was one of the first artists placed on the Hollywood blacklist by the movie studio bosses
  38. American golfer nicknamed "The Walrus"