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30-November-2019 | Page 1 of 1 | Crossword Zone 301 Clues & Answers

  1. English conspirator executed in 1606 for his part in the Gunpowder Plot
  2. American actress who won a record four Best Actress Oscars
  3. Latin hymn commemorating the sorrows of the Virgin Mary at the crucifixion
  4. Poem by John Keats that begins with the line A thing of beauty is a joy forever
  5. African country whose capital is Lomé
  6. British pop group best known for their 1987 worldwide hit Breakout
  7. The seat of government of the Netherlands
  8. A trigonometric function that in a right-angled triangle is the ratio of the length of the opposite side to that of the hypotenuse
  9. The European thrush Turdus torquatus
  10. French actor, singer and entertainer associated with the songs Louise and Thank Heaven for Little Girls
  11. Percy Bysshe ___, English Romantic poet who drowned in 1822
  12. Bony segments that make up the spinal column
  13. American rapper and actor born OShea Jackson in 1969
  14. BBC sitcom starring Lenny Henry that ran from 1993 to 1996
  15. The second brightest star in the sky
  16. In the Old Testament, the third son of Jacob and Leah
  17. See 21
  18. Classic song written by Richard Rodgers and Lorenz Hart in 1934 that became a doo-wop hit when recorded by The Marcels in 1961
  19. Plant whose varieties are pollinated by different insects
  20. Formerly, a European who made a fortune in the Orient, especially in India
  21. Leon ___, Russian revolutionary born Lev Davidovich Bronstein
  22. Daughter to Cymbeline in Shakespeares play
  23. A traditional Spanish form of operetta or vaudeville with alternate spoken and sung scenes
  24. Indian film director, actress and producer whose films include Salaam Bombay! and Monsoon Wedding
  25. 1975 Neil Young studio album that features the song Cortez The Killer
  26. The uppermost and widest of the three sections of the hipbone
  27. The largest city in Turkey
  28. The powdered stem of the tropical plant Curcuma longa, used as a condiment and as a yellow dye
  29. Queen of England from 1558 to 1603
  30. Overall title of several series of films written and directed by Edgar Reitz featuring life in Germany between 1919 and 2000
  31. See 9
  32. English actor who played Francisco Scaramanga in the James Bond film The Man with the Golden Gun
  33. Bernard ___, officer who successfully commanded Allied forces at the Battle of El Alamein
  34. Fish of European Atlantic waters also called a scad
  35. Commercial and industrial city in northwestern Germany with a major port on the River Weser
  36. J R R Tolkien character described as the mightiest and fairest of all the Elves that remained in Middle-earth
  37. Plant of the genus Senecio with yellow daisy-like flowers
  38. 1941 novel by James Hilton
  39. Town in the Czech Republic that was the site of Napoleons victory over Russian and Austrian armies in 1805
  40. American singer-songwriter who joined Fleetwood Mac in 1975 with her partner Lindsey Buckingham
  41. Classic 1961 song written by Ben E King, Jerry Leiber and Mike Stoller
  42. The worlds largest lake
  43. See 54
  44. English actress whose TV roles include Joan Booth in Love Thy Neighbour and Audrey Withey in Widows
  45. Port in SW Spain between the estuaries of the Odiel and Tinto Rivers
  46. Australian rock band best known for their 1981 worldwide hit Down Under
  47. Roman poet and satirist whose works include the Ars Poetica
  48. Any whole number or zero
  49. State of NE India with the heaviest rainfall in the world
  50. Arsenal wing half who captained Wales at their only ever FIFA World Cup finals, in 1958
  51. The capital of Malta
  52. A thick white sauce named after a steward of Louis XIV of France
  53. 1996 disaster film starring Sylvester Stallone, Amy Brenneman and Viggo Mortensen
  54. 1952 play by Arthur Miller about the Salem witch trials
  55. South American country whose capital is Quito
  56. Former name of Benin
  57. Internet search engine launched in 1995, bought by Yahoo! in 2003 and shut down in 2013
  58. Name given to Robert Schumanns Symphony No 1 in B-flat major