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4-January-2020 | Page 1 of 1 | Crossword Zone 301 Clues & Answers

  1. In the Old Testament, the father of David
  2. Group whose 1995 first album became the fastest-selling debut album in UK history
  3. In classical mythology, a princess of Tyre who founded Carthage
  4. Londons second largest airport
  5. See 42
  6. A short-barrelled pocket pistol of large calibre named after the American gunsmith who invented it
  7. 1965 US hit single by The Strangeloves covered by Brian Poole and The Tremeloes, Bow Wow Wow and many others
  8. A bony fish with rayed fins and a swim bladder, such as herring, carp, eel, cod, perch, etc
  9. James Bond film whose theme song is performed by Adele
  10. English musician who fronted a 1960s pop group featuring Dozy, Beaky, Mick and Tich
  11. Dog who in 1957 became the first animal launched into orbit
  12. Joaquin ___, Spanish composer whose works include Concierto de Aranjuez for guitar and orchestra
  13. Edible fungus having an oval or pointed fruiting body with an irregular honeycombed surface
  14. Tragedy by William Shakespeare rewritten by poet laureate Nahum Tate later in the 17th century with a happy ending
  15. James Bond film featuring the character Hugo Drax
  16. Song written by Harry Warren and Mack Gordon that has been recorded by Nat King Cole, Andy Williams, Michael Bublé and many others
  17. African country whose capital is Asmara
  18. The second largest city in Sri Lanka after Colombo
  19. Name of 1967 and 2006 films based on Ian Flemings first James Bond novel
  20. Bird that lays its eggs in the nests of other birds
  21. See 18
  22. Character in the TV series Callan played by Russell Hunter
  23. Canadian-born American actor who starred alongside Rita Hayworth in the 1946 film noir classic Gilda
  24. The fifth studio album by Yes, released in 1972
  25. The principal port city of Syria
  26. Religious cult featured in 38 Across
  27. The highest prize awarded at the Cannes Film Festival
  28. African tribesman from a costal village who is the harpooneer on Flasks boat in Herman Melvilles Moby-Dick
  29. 2009 song by Jay-Z featuring Alicia Keys that is a tribute to New York City
  30. Inflammation of the mucous membrane that lines the nose
  31. The ___, nickname of Walsall FC
  32. The green-skinned banana-like fruit of the plant Musa paradisiaca, eaten as a staple food in many tropical regions
  33. The first James Bond film not to take story elements from the works of Ian Fleming
  34. English-born US photographer noted for his pioneering high-speed photographic studies of animals and people in motion
  35. North American word for (car) valeting
  36. In chess, an opening move in which a chessman is sacrificed to secure an advantageous position
  37. The last James Bond film to feature Lois Maxwell as Miss Moneypenny
  38. James Bond film whose theme song is performed by Wings
  39. Implement carried by Father Time
  40. Industrial city in NW Spain that is capital of Asturias
  41. A plant with leaves divided into three leaflets
  42. French river in Picardy that was the site of the battle between Julius Caesar and the Nervians in 57 BC as well as a 1918 battle in World War I
  43. In mountaineering, a short portable ladder or set of webbing loops that can be attached to a karabiner or fifi hook
  44. Novel by Henry James featuring the characters Basil Ransom, Olive Chancellor and Verena Tarrant
  45. The derived SI unit of electric charge
  46. The seventh biggest city in Russia, by size
  47. James Bond film in which Honor Blackman plays Pussy Galore
  48. A wind of force 12 or above on the Beaufort scale
  49. Dolls dressmaker in the novel Our Mutual Friend by Charles Dickens whose real name is Fanny Cleaver
  50. Sir John ___, poet laureate from 1972 to 1984
  51. Juan Manuel ___, Argentine racing driver who won the World Championship five times between 1951 and 1957
  52. Scottish educator and author who founded Summerhill School
  53. The capital of Uganda
  54. 1998 film starring Jackie Chan and Chris Tucker that spawned two sequels
  55. A film of oxide formed on the surface of a metal
  56. See 17
  57. John Grishams fourth novel, published in 1993
  58. 1991 comedy spoof starring Charlie Sheen as Topper Harley
  59. Another name for the kiwi
  60. District of the City of Westminster named after Londons first neo-classical building, built by the Adam brothers
  61. A course of hors doeuvres in an Italian meal
  62. The fish Salmo trutta