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21-September-2019 | Page 1 of 1 | Crossword Zone 301 Clues & Answers

  1. Paavo ___, runner who was nicknamed the Flying Finn
  2. 1994 Olympic champion who is the only skater to win gold at the Winter Olympics for Ukraine
  3. French word for king
  4. Narcotic drug extracted from the unripe seed capsules of a poppy
  5. American golfer who won seven majors, including the 1946 Open
  6. British opera singer who is the daughter of Claire Bloom
  7. Italian fashion designer murdered in 1997
  8. In cycling, the number of revolutions of the crank per minute
  9. Village in south Leicestershire recorded as Alia Petlinge in the Domesday Book
  10. 1970 musical based on the 1950 film All About Eve for which Lauren Bacall won a Tony Award
  11. Family name of the dukes of Ferrara and of Modena
  12. The standard currency unit of Burma
  13. Dutch painter featured in Tracy Chevaliers novel Girl with a Pearl Earring
  14. In printing, a character of two or more joined letters
  15. German-born England Test cricketer who captained Derbyshire between 1955 and 1962
  16. British humorist and writer whose works include the novel Children of the Ghetto: A Study of a Peculiar People and the play The Melting Pot
  17. Style of Caribbean music that originated in Trinidad and Tobago
  18. 1938 Howard Hawks screwball comedy starring Katharine Hepburn and Cary Grant
  19. Metallic element with the chemical symbol Pb
  20. 1740 novel by Samuel Richardson subtitled Virtue Rewarded
  21. Astronomical event in which the moon passes over the sun so that a ring of sunlight surrounds the shadow of the moon
  22. Animated cartoon dog created by Tex Avery in 1943
  23. Name for the large African bovine Syncerus caffer
  24. Legendary continent said to have sunk in the ocean west of the Straits of Gibraltar
  25. Archaeological site and former port town on Cubagua, off the coast of Venezuela, that was one of the first settlements in the Americas
  26. A protein hormone, secreted in the pancreas by the islets of Langerhans
  27. The state capital of Ohio
  28. Common name for the cactus Opuntia humifusa
  29. Laurel and Hardys last film produced by Hal Roach
  30. The highest mountain in the Alps
  31. German-born Israeli gun designer best known for the submachine gun named after him
  32. The fifth book of the Old Testament
  33. The highest peak in North America
  34. Fabric with a wrinkled finish, achieved by treatment involving caustic soda
  35. Canadian snooker player, nicknamed The Grinder, who was world champion in 1980
  36. Scottish rock band fronted by Roddy Woomble whose hit singles included You Held the World in Your Arms
  37. Fishing village on the Atlantic Coast of north Cornwall that is home to the sea-shanty singing group Fishermans Friends
  38. 1977 Steely Dan album featuring the singles Peg and Deacon Blues
  39. The 12th Prime Minister of Pakistan, deposed by a military coup in 1999
  40. See 20
  41. Developer of the Dynamic Tension bodybuilding method
  42. American TV series that starred Tyne Daly and Sharon Gless as New York detectives
  43. Film starring Dudley Moore and Mary Tyler Moore named by Roger Ebert as one of the worst films of 1982
  44. See 6
  45. ___ Powell, stage name of the English rock drummer born Colin Flooks
  46. Italian painter and sculptor who was the principal theorist of the Futurist movement
  47. Communications code word for the letter J
  48. Theban god who was the chief deity of the Egyptian Empire
  49. An uncastrated male horse, especially one used for breeding
  50. The largest of the Cyclades in the Aegean Sea
  51. Another name for third molars
  52. The only driver to win the Triple Crown of Motorsport: the 24 Hours of Le Mans, Indianapolis 500 and Formula One World Championship
  53. American actor whose films include The Fly and Jurassic Park
  54. An astringent substance applied to the skin to reduce or prevent sweating