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2-March-2019 | Page 1 of 1 | Crossword Zone 301 Clues & Answers

  1. American actress whose films include Never Say Never Again, LA Confidential and 8 Mile
  2. Arthur ___, French poet whose works include Une Saison en Enfer
  3. American private Ivy League research university located in Ithaca, New York
  4. American abstract expressionist painter best known for his style of drip painting
  5. See 11
  6. In fortifications, the inner side of the ditch separating besiegers and besieged
  7. Market town in the Teignbridge District of Devon that has a racecourse
  8. Vauxhall ___, British General Motors model introduced in 1979 as a right-hand drive version of the Opel Kadett
  9. French city with a ferry link to Portsmouth
  10. Winners of the 2010 FIFA World Cup
  11. City in Piedmont famed for its sparkling wine
  12. African republic formed by the union of Tanganyika and Zanzibar in 1964
  13. Game made by the Milton Bradley company featuring cartoon images of 24 people
  14. Coronation anthem by Handel on which the UEFA Champions League Anthem is based
  15. The standard monetary unit of Nigeria, divided into 100 kobo
  16. Charles ___, French footballer who played for Newcastle United, Wigan Athletic and Aston Villa in the Premier League, having begun his career at 23
  17. 1965 Walt Disney film starring Hayley Mills and Dean Jones
  18. Area of London that is home to Portobello Road market
  19. A 1976 album by Joni Mitchell
  20. SS-405, a Balao-class submarine of the United States Navy that received five battle stars for World War II
  21. Pacific island taken by the US in 1945 and returned to Japan in 1968
  22. Àlex ___, Spanish tennis player who won the ATP Tour World Championships in 1998
  23. The first book of the Old Testament
  24. The nocturnal mammal Proteles cristatus, that inhabits the plains of southern Africa and feeds on termites and insect larvae
  25. 1953 film in which Doris Day sings The Deadwood Stage (Whip-Crack-Away!), The Black Hills of Dakota and Secret Love
  26. Alfred ___, English poet best known for his ballads The Highwayman and The Barrel-Organ
  27. Early motion picture viewing device first described in conceptual terms by Thomas Edison in 1888
  28. The ___, TV series created by Aaron Sorkin and starring Jeff Daniels that premiered in 2012
  29. Play by George Bernard Shaw about an officer of The Salvation Army
  30. Tony ___, British golfer who won the Open Championship in 1969
  31. The capital of South Dakota
  32. Nursery rhyme that begins Half a pound of tuppenny rice ...
  33. Another name for the strawberry tomato, Physalis peruviana
  34. BBC crime drama featuring Idris Elba in the title role
  35. Executive editor of The Washington Post who oversaw the publication of Bob Woodward and Carl Bernsteins Watergate reports
  36. British name for affirmative action
  37. Oil painting by Édouard Manet that caused shock and astonishment when it was first exhibited at the 1865 Paris Salon
  38. Village in Hertfordshire best known for its film and TV studios
  39. Chef and owner of The Fat Duck in Bray
  40. Tommy ___, Irish comedian, actor and writer who appeared in Father Ted as Father Kevin
  41. Another name for tungsten
  42. Anaerobic bacteria that cause botulism and tetanus
  43. Dutch post-Impressionist painter whose works include Portrait of Dr Gachet and The Starry Night
  44. 1965 number one single by Georgie Fame and the Blue Flames
  45. Italian port on the Adriatic coast that is the capital of Apulia
  46. Railway station in London that opened in 1837 as the terminus of the London and Birmingham Railway
  47. Julian ___, English playwright and screenwriter best known for the play Another Country
  48. A hatch or small opening in a wall, especially a ticket-office window
  49. Stretch of chalk downland and woodland in Kent whose most spectacular coombe is known as the Devils Kneading Trough
  50. City in Zimbabwe founded on the site of the kraal of Lobengula, the last Matabele king
  51. ___ Rhodes, English fashion designer who founded the Fashion and Textile Museum in London
  52. The garden plant Nigella damascena
  53. A clear, colourless fruit brandy produced by fermentation and double distillation
  54. Dire Straits single originally released in May 1978