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24-August-2019 | Page 1 of 1 | Crossword Zone 301 Clues & Answers

  1. 1874 play by Victorien Sardou for which Jacques Offenbach wrote incidental music
  2. City in California near Los Angeles famous for film stars homes
  3. Yellow mineral that is an ore of arsenic
  4. Gustav ___, Austrian composer and conductor whose works include Das Lied von der Erde and the song cycle Kindertotenlieder
  5. The garden in Jerusalem where Christ was betrayed on the night before his Crucifixion
  6. Novel by Rudyard Kipling about the orphaned son of an Irish soldier
  7. The first feature-length computer animated film
  8. The yellow-and-black Eurasian finch Carduelis spinus
  9. The greyish-brown larva of certain craneflies, especially of the genus Tipula
  10. Eminem song that topped the UK charts in December 2000
  11. Play by Alfred Jarry that opened and closed in Paris on December 10, 1896
  12. Left-arm spinner who took 174 wickets in 49 Tests for England
  13. The administrative capital of South Africa
  14. A port and resort in Emilia-Romagna on Italys Adriatic coast
  15. The annual malvaceous plant Hibiscus esculentus, also known as ladies fingers
  16. The capital of Croatia
  17. 1924 song performed by, among others, Dooley Wilson in the 1942 film Casablanca and Diane Keaton in the 1977 film Annie Hall
  18. French historical novel by Victor Hugo, first published in 1862
  19. The secret intelligence service of Israel
  20. The former name, until 1982, of Harare
  21. Item of camping equipment often placed under a sleeping bag for comfort and insulation
  22. F R ___, English literary critic whose books include The Great Tradition and The Common Pursuit
  23. City in Afghanistan on the Hari Rud River
  24. The state capital of Maine
  25. Real surname of the childrens author Dr Seuss
  26. Neil Diamond song inspired by John F Kennedys daughter
  27. See 52
  28. The capital of Togo
  29. Country whose capital is Bogotá
  30. A coarse cut of beef below the aitchbone and above the leg
  31. American pop singer whose 60s hits included Rubber Ball, Take Good Care Of My Baby and The Night Has A Thousand Eyes
  32. 1928 jazz standard recorded by Nat King Cole, Bing Crosby, Judy Garland, Stéphane Grappelli, Frank Sinatra and many more
  33. In Greek mythology, an Athenian architect who made wings for himself and his son Icarus to flee Crete
  34. 1970 comedy war film starring Clint Eastwood, Telly Savalas, Don Rickles, Carroll OConnor and Donald Sutherland
  35. The dark circular aperture at the centre of the iris of the eye, through which light enters
  36. The North American plant Polemonium caeruleum
  37. John ___, manager of West Ham United from 1974 to 1989, and of Ipswich Town from 1990 to 1994
  38. Poem by William Shakespeare, written in 1592-93, with a plot based on passages from Ovids Metamorphoses
  39. A wine-based cocktail commonly served as an aperitif in Northeast Italy, often made with Aperol, Campari or Cynar
  40. A cross section of an aileron, wing, tailplane or rotor blade
  41. The second largest town on Isle of Man
  42. In imperial Rome, the academy of learning established near the Forum in about 135 AD by Hadrian
  43. Latin hymn of the 13th century, describing the Last Judgment, used in the Mass for the dead
  44. A sacred Hindu text composed around 200 BC whose name means song of the Blessed One
  45. 1952 novel by John Steinbeck featuring the Trasks and the Hamiltons
  46. The original matter from which the basic elements are said to have been formed in the big bang theory
  47. A heavy powerful breed of carthorse, originally from Scotland
  48. District of Manila that gives its name to one of Spains best-selling beers
  49. City in Kansas of which Wild Bill Hickok was marshal from April to December in 1871
  50. Industrial city in NW France that is the prefecture of the Calvados department and the capital of the Basse-Normandie region
  51. US state whose capital is Denver
  52. King of Mycenae who led the Greeks at the siege of Troy
  53. In the British Army, a member of the senior regiment of infantry in the Household Brigade
  54. American actor best known for his performances in 12 Angry Men, On the Waterfront and The Exorcist
  55. Plucked musical instrument, usually with a triangular body and three strings, used chiefly for Russian folk music
  56. 1964 Richard Lester film featuring The Beatles
  57. 1999 Tim Burton film starring Johnny Depp, loosely based on an 1820 short story by Washington Irving
  58. First name of Ingrid Bergmans character in the film Casablanca