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25-May-2019 | Page 1 of 1 | Crossword Zone 301 Clues & Answers

  1. Cole Porter song from the 1930 musical The New Yorkers
  2. The passageway on the palmar side of the wrist that connects the forearm to the palm
  3. Ivor ___, stage name of Welsh composer and actor David Ivor Davies
  4. American thrash metal band formed in 1981 by guitarists Kerry King and Jeff Hanneman
  5. The ___, American rock band whose hits include Hotel California
  6. American jazz pianist and composer whose best-known composition, Misty, has become a jazz standard
  7. Trade name for the drug Methylphenidate, used to treat ADHD
  8. American folk singer who co-wrote Where Have All the Flowers Gone? and If I Had a Hammer
  9. County town of County Clare in the Republic of Ireland
  10. The first British number one single by The Jam
  11. US state whose capital is Topeka
  12. A card game for four players based on whist
  13. Merseyside birthplace of Sir Ian Botham
  14. See 27
  15. British rock band formed in 1972 by the ex-Free bass player Andy Fraser, with Chris Spedding on guitar
  16. 1897 play by Edmond Rostand based on the life of a French dramatist and duellist
  17. Neil Diamond song that gave The Monkees their only UK number one single
  18. Member of the Monty Python team whose sortabiography is Always Look on the Bright Side of Life
  19. British boxer who beat Vito Antuofermo at Caesars Palace in 1980 to win the World Middleweight title
  20. Country whose capital is Bucharest
  21. English reggae singer who had a 1988 UK Top 10 hit with a cover of Wild World
  22. Ernest ___, New Zealand-born physicist who discovered the atomic nucleus
  23. A small Spanish riding horse noted for a smooth naturally ambling gait
  24. Market town in Buckinghamshire which is the last station on the Metropolitan main line
  25. The largest city in Minnesota, on the Mississippi River adjacent to St Paul
  26. American actor, dancer and singer who came to fame playing Tony Manero in the 1977 film Saturday Night Fever
  27. The capital of Denmark
  28. In the Old Testament, the second son of Judah, killed by God for spilling his seed on the ground
  29. A married Spanish woman
  30. Notorious English pirate better known as Blackbeard
  31. A Native American tribal emblem
  32. Don Quixotes horse in the novel by Miguel de Cervantes
  33. The musteline mammal Mellivora capensis, also called a honey badger
  34. Town in the Basildon borough of Essex immortalised in a song on Ian Durys 1977 album New Boots and Panties!
  35. Los ___, nickname of the Argentina national rugby union team
  36. 1980 single that was Dexys Midnight Runners first UK number one
  37. Snooker ball worth five points
  38. Philistine city-state that was home to Goliath
  39. American comic strip created by Dik Browne that first appeared in February 1973
  40. Jewish priest of the 5th century BC after whom a book of the Old Testament is named
  41. A small seal, especially one as part of a finger ring
  42. A small line at the extremities of a main stroke in a type character
  43. City in NW Syria captured by al-Nusra rebels in 2015
  44. Irish racehorse, winner of the 1981 Derby by a record 10 lengths, stolen from the Ballymany Stud by masked gunmen in 1983
  45. Another name for the star Gamma Pegasi in the constellation of Pegasus
  46. Top ten hit that helped the disco group A Taste of Honey win the Grammy Award for Best New Artist of 1978
  47. The leading female role in Puccinis opera La bohème
  48. Italian town that was a major Mediterranean port from the 10th to the 18th century
  49. American actress who became Princess consort of Monaco in 1956
  50. Companion of the Fourth Doctor played by Louise Jameson in the TV series Doctor Who
  51. TV series originally presented by John Fashanu and Ulrika Jonsson
  52. The largest entertainment retail chain in France, founded by André Essel and Max Théret in 1954
  53. In architecture, a moulding having a cross section in the form of a letter S
  54. Pseudonym of English bodybuilder Kim Betts in 11 Across , in which she was the longest serving female star
  55. Oscar-winning actor best known for his performance as Atticus Finch in the 1962 film To Kill a Mockingbird
  56. A mirage that is often seen in a narrow band right above the horizon in the Strait of Messina
  57. In medicine, a wire run through a catheter or cannula
  58. The second largest city in Pakistan