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

  1. Clarified butter used in Indian cookery
  2. The Arabian gazelle Gazella arabica
  3. In Greek mythology, a Sicilian shepherd who loved the nymph Galatea
  4. The last native Welshman to hold the title Prince of Wales
  5. Type of classical composition used by composers such as LeoÅ¡ Janácek, Bohuslav Martinu and Antonín Dvorák
  6. American actor who played Ike Turner in the film Whats Love Got to Do With It
  7. Herman ___, Pulitzer Prize-winning author whose novels include The Caine Mutiny, The Winds of War and War and Remembrance
  8. London street that is home to Fortnum & Mason, the Royal Academy and the Ritz Hotel
  9. English punk rock band fronted by vocalist Charlie Harper
  10. Songs of a ___, usual English translation of Gustav Mahlers song cycle Lieder eines fahrenden Gesellen
  11. American golfer who was runner-up in the Open Championship in 1983
  12. Tourist resort area of Sunderland
  13. Actress who played Dorien Green in the BBC sitcom Birds of a Feather
  14. 1973 martial arts action film released six days after star Bruce Lees death
  15. Poem by W B Yeats describing a fictional conversation between the Easter Rising leaders James Connolly and Padraig Pearse
  16. French tennis player who was nicknamed the Crocodile
  17. Poet and playwright whose works include The Waste Land and Murder in the Cathedral
  18. One name for A A Milnes most famous creation
  19. American heavy metal band who collaborated with Lou Reed on the 2011 album Lulu
  20. 1975 Norman Jewison science fiction film starring James Caan
  21. A table game played with short cues in pubs
  22. Earl of Mercia remembered as the husband of Lady Godiva
  23. Private detective created by Raymond Chandler in the novel The Big Sleep
  24. Art term describing how much painting can be done in a single day, from an Italian word which means a days work
  25. 1880 novel by Émile Zola, the ninth instalment in the 20-volume Les Rougon-Macquart series
  26. 1944 novella by Colette adapted for the stage by Anita Loos in 1951
  27. King of England, 1042-66, who founded Westminster Abbey
  28. British romantic poet who drowned in the Ligurian Sea while sailing from Livorno to La Spezia
  29. Hans ___, controversial German-born psychologist whose works include Uses and Abuses of Psychology
  30. See 8 Down
  31. One of Italys oldest magazines, established in Milan in 1939, whose name is the Italian for Today
  32. The flat top surface of a stove used for cooking
  33. English actress who was co-creator of the TV series Upstairs, Downstairs and The House of Eliott
  34. English writer best known for Three Men in a Boat
  35. Greek god of love whose Roman counterpart was Cupid
  36. English model, actress and singer born Lesley Hornby
  37. Another name for the McDonald Mansion in Santa Rosa, California, used in the filming of Walt Disneys Pollyanna
  38. Country whose capital is Pyongyang
  39. Airline that is the flag carrier of Israel
  40. American singer-songwriter whose hits include Only the Lonely, Crying and Oh, Pretty Woman
  41. Dwight ___, Trinidad and Tobago football player whose English clubs included Aston Villa, Manchester United and Sunderland
  42. The hereditary title of the head of the Ismaili sect of Muslims
  43. Italian cyclist who won the Giro dItalia five times and the Tour de France twice
  44. A symbol on a stave indicating the pitch of the music written after it
  45. A practitioner of a pseudoscientific discipline developed by German physician Franz Joseph Gall in 1796
  46. The supreme god of the ancient Greeks
  47. The fungal infection tinea pedis
  48. Animated TV series that featured Captain Troy Tempest
  49. The European plant Lychnis coronaria, also called dusty miller
  50. English actor who wrote and directed the 1970 film The Railway Children
  51. Joni Mitchells third album, featuring the songs Big Yellow Taxi, Woodstock and The Circle Game
  52. The lowest temperature theoretically attainable