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

  1. 1966 film starring Virginia McKenna and Bill Travers, based on a book of the same name by Joy Adamson
  2. 1990 film directed by Michael Caton-Jones that was the film debut of Harry Connick Jr
  3. Inflammation of a sebaceous gland of the eyelid
  4. The European oceanic bird Puffinus puffinus
  5. Of flour, bread, etc, made from the entire wheat kernel
  6. Cockney flower girl in the George Bernard Shaw play Pygmalion
  7. Stanley ___, stage name of the English comic actor born Arthur Stanley Jefferson
  8. 2015 sequel to the Rocky film series, starring Michael B Jordan, Sylvester Stallone and Tony Bellew
  9. 1869 composition for piano by Mily Balakirev subtitled Oriental Fantasy
  10. Radio programme that has provided ball-by-ball coverage of cricket since 1957
  11. US Triple Crown winning horse ridden by Steve Cauthen
  12. Rod used in playing snooker, billiards, etc
  13. A winning point for a perfectly executed technique in judo
  14. Branch of the British Army that undertakes the building of fortifications, mines, bridges, etc
  15. George ___, American painter often called the father of American landscape painting
  16. The part of a horses foot between the fetlock and the hoof
  17. Felix ___, English actor who was President of Equity from 1950 to 1969
  18. A valved brass instrument of bass pitch
  19. An early form of sonar used to detect enemy submarines
  20. A written acknowledgment that payment or delivery has been made
  21. High-speed railway service connecting London with Paris and Brussels
  22. Norwegian town that hosted the 1994 Winter Olympics
  23. South African golfer who won the US Open in 2001 and 2004
  24. Italian herbal liqueur, created in 1896, that is an ingredient in a Harvey Wallbanger cocktail
  25. Body part to which the adjective brachial relates
  26. Former Surrey and England cricketer who played exactly 100 Test matches
  27. Another name for the E region of the ionosphere
  28. English actor who played Arthur Fowler on EastEnders for 11 years
  29. American actor and singer best known for his portrayal of Inigo Montoya in the film The Princess Bride
  30. 1980 ballad by Air Supply that reached number 2 in the US and number 11 in the UK
  31. American action film star whose films include Under Siege and On Deadly Ground
  32. The northern lights
  33. Style of printers typeface in which the characters have no small lines at the extremities of the main strokes
  34. Opera by Mozart, with a libretto by Lorenzo Da Ponte, subtitled The Rake Punished
  35. Oxfordshire village that was the site of the last flash lock on the River Thames
  36. The ciliated free-swimming larva of hydrozoan coelenterates such as the hydra
  37. A pole with a prong or hook attached for landing large fish
  38. The immature fruit of a cucumber, used for pickling
  39. Mineral with a radiating form sometimes referred to as Bologna stone
  40. Song from 33 Down that is the best-selling single of all time, with estimated sales in excess of 50 million copies worldwide
  41. ___ Belacqua, central character in Philip Pullmans His Dark Materials trilogy
  42. Town in NW Italy famous for its sparkling wine
  43. Former name for Zimbabwe
  44. The oldest higher education institution in the English-speaking world
  45. Creighton Williams ___ Jr, general after whom the US Army named its new main battle tank in 1980
  46. The capital of the Democratic Republic of the Congo
  47. Preparation of tarred fibre used in shipbuilding for caulking
  48. Irish composer born John Reidy in Cork in 1931
  49. In Greek mythology, a centaur killed during a battle with Heracles by a poisoned arrow that passed through his arm and continued to wound Chiron in the knee
  50. Abrahams first son who, according to to the account in Genesis, died at the age of 137
  51. Minister for International Defence and Security from 2008 to 2010
  52. Bond villain played by Joseph Wiseman in a 1962 film
  53. 1942 musical film starring Bing Crosby and Fred Astaire with music by Irving Berlin
  54. Town in Greater Manchester on the River Irwell that is the birthplace of Sir Robert Peel