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29-May-2021 | Page 1 of 1 | Crossword Zone 301 Clues & Answers

  1. Another name for halite
  2. Jazz pianist nicknamed "Fatha"
  3. 1973 graphic novel by Raymond Briggs whose central character was voiced by Mel Smith in a 1991 animated film adaptation
  4. English photographer, former husband of actress Catherine Deneuve and model Marie Helvin
  5. A long low ridge with a steep scarp slope and a gentle back slope
  6. Former Wales international football manager whose clubs as a player included Manchester United, Chelsea, Barcelona and Bayern Munich
  7. Ancient Greek city on the Bosphorus founded about 660 BC
  8. Method of trucking used in remote areas of Australia, known as triples or turnpike doubles in the United States
  9. First names of the Italian composer Pergolesi
  10. Sultanate whose capital is Muscat
  11. Small dungeon in which the Nawab of Bengal reputedly confined 146 English prisoners in 1756
  12. 1959 hit single by The Isley Brothers covered by Lulu in 1964
  13. The base-8 number system
  14. Single by Desmond Dekker & The Aces that was the first reggae number one in the UK
  15. 1970 film starring Jack Nicholson and Karen Black, both of whom were nominated for Oscars for their performances
  16. New Woman novel by H G Wells published in 1909
  17. Region of complete shadow resulting from the total obstruction of light by an opaque object, as in a solar eclipse
  18. Epic poem by Walter Scott about the Battle of Flodden, published in 1808
  19. The largest town and administrative centre of Blaenau Gwent county borough
  20. Country whose capital is Ottawa
  21. Central character in a series of children's books by Hugh Lofting
  22. A dry white burgundy wine from France
  23. 1989 Top Ten hit single by The Beautiful South
  24. 2012 novel by Ian McEwan, dedicated to Christopher Hitchens
  25. Part of the Arctic Ocean off the northern coast of North America
  26. Fashion magazine founded by Pierre Lazareff and his wife Hélne Gordon in 1945
  27. A rail at waist level used in ballet practice
  28. Railway station in London that opened in 1837 as the terminus of the London and Birmingham Railway
  29. Town on the east coast of County Antrim with a ferry link to Cairnryan in Scotland
  30. Surname of the second and sixth presidents of the United States
  31. 1937 film that providing the first pairing of Laurence Olivier and Vivien Leigh
  32. Pen name of Anne Brontë
  33. Single-celled ascomycetous fungus of the genus Saccharomyces able to ferment sugars
  34. Of, denoting or formed in the last period of the Palaeozoic era
  35. Comedian who was a lifelong resident of Knotty Ash in Liverpool
  36. The capital of Togo
  37. American baseball shortstop who appeared in 835 games in the Major Leagues over 11 seasons with the St. Louis Cardinals, Boston Red Sox and Detroit Tigers
  38. 1961 film starring Elvis Presley as Chadwick Gates
  39. The capital of the Netherlands
  40. A member of the people living in New Zealand and the Cook Islands since before the arrival of European settlers
  41. 1989 single and album by Madonna
  42. Dance named after a South Carolina coastal city