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26-December-2020 | Page 1 of 1 | Crossword Zone 301 Clues & Answers

  1. Claes ___, Swedish sculptor best known for his public art installations featuring very large replicas of everyday objects
  2. An ancient kingdom east of the Dead Sea, in what is now the SW part of Jordan
  3. A one-masted sailing boat with a mainsail and jib rigged fore and aft
  4. A lizard of the genus Luperosaurus
  5. A traditional Japanese case for holding small objects
  6. Vegetable of the onion family that is the national emblem of Wales
  7. Administrative centre of Shropshire, on the River Severn
  8. The capital of Moldova
  9. Biblical place in the wilderness of Judah, on the western shore of the Dead Sea, whose vineyards were celebrated in Solomon's time
  10. A card game similar to whist, usually played for stakes
  11. 1991 film in which Christian Slater plays Lucky Luciano
  12. Former title of the pagan high priest at Rome
  13. November 1967 Beatles single that topped the charts in the United States, the UK, France and Norway
  14. John ___, Conservative Party benefactor who bought the collapsed Triumph brand in 1983
  15. Unit of magnetomotive force equivalent to 1.257 gilberts
  16. Name of father and son Flemish painters, known the Elder and the Younger
  17. The capital of Louisiana
  18. Canned Heat's biggest UK hit, reaching number 2 in the chart in January 1970
  19. The second largest satellite of Saturn
  20. Parlour game played by writing the words on paper before folding and passing to the next player
  21. 1985 single by Prince that reached number two in the US
  22. An otherworldly realm in Irish mythology best known from the story of Oisín
  23. 1981 UK number one single for Adam and the Ants
  24. English actress, singer and musical comedy performer for whom Noël Coward developed his first musical revue in 1923
  25. Place in the Indian state of Kerala famous for the ancient Sri Krishnaswamy temple, one of the 26 most important Mahavishnu shrines
  26. A psychological operation used in warfare
  27. An atom or molecule in which the total number of electrons is not equal to the total number of protons
  28. Market town on the upper reaches of the River Arun in West Sussex
  29. English mathematician, philosopher, inventor and mechanical engineer considered a "father of the computer"
  30. The administrative centre of Devon
  31. A spacecraft or satellite designed to go around a planet or other body without landing on it
  32. 1971 single and album by Don McLean
  33. Another name for borax
  34. 1995 film starring Sandra Bullock as a systems analyst
  35. Tsar from 1598 to 1605, the end of whose reign saw Russia descend into the Time of Troubles
  36. 1942 Walt Disney film about a deer
  37. English county whose administrative centre is Dorchester
  38. In Greek mythology, the ship on which Jason sailed to retrieve the Golden Fleece
  39. Pen name of Belgian comics writer and artist Georges Prosper Remi
  40. Mediterranean evergreen tree with small blackish berries
  41. One of the northern termini of the Northern Line of the London Underground
  42. Old name for a medicine or drug, especially a cathartic or purge
  43. French painter noted for his Parisian street scenes
  44. Substance, also called colophony or Greek pitch, applied to the bows of bowed stringed instruments
  45. First name shared by the film director Fassbinder and the poet Rilke