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4-May-2019 | Page 1 of 1 | Crossword Zone 301 Clues & Answers

  1. A bar fixed across the underpart of a wagon or carriage that has rounded ends on which the wheels revolve
  2. Title traditionally held by the eldest son of the reigning British monarch
  3. US state whose capital is Topeka
  4. 1979 Francis Ford Coppola film based on Joseph Conrads novella Heart of Darkness
  5. A nontechnical name for urticaria
  6. Radio programme first broadcast on 29 January 1942
  7. 2003 single by Evanescence that reached number 7 in both the UK and US charts
  8. Until 1959, the ruler of Tibet
  9. Golfer who won the Open Championship in 1985 and the US Masters in 1988
  10. Austrian composer who wrote the oratorios The Creation and The Seasons
  11. 1987 Richard Attenborough film based on books by journalist Donald Woods
  12. Film that won the Oscar for Best Foreign Language Film and the Palme dOr at the Cannes Film Festival in 1988
  13. 1970 Western starring John Wayne, the last film directed by Howard Hawks
  14. 1955 film starring Michael Redgrave and Richard Todd, telling the story of Operation Chastise in World War II
  15. County of NW Republic of Ireland, on the Atlantic
  16. 1967 BBC adaptation of a series of John Galsworthy novels that starred Eric Porter, Kenneth More and Nyree Dawn Porter
  17. See 30 Across
  18. See 50
  19. Egyptian actor whose films include Doctor Zhivago, Funny Girl and Lawrence of Arabia
  20. Scottish engine with the number 10 in Rev W Awdrys Railway Series
  21. 8th century BC Greek poet who was the earliest author of didactic verse
  22. A tau cross with a loop on the top, symbolising eternal life, that often appeared in Egyptian personal names
  23. 2004 film starring Clive Owen in the title role
  24. A Japanese wooden sword used for training
  25. The part of the small intestine between the jejunum and the caecum
  26. Mikaël ___, French defender who made 249 appearances for Manchester United before joining Arsenal in 2008
  27. Scottish rock band whose hit singles include Dont You (Forget About Me) and Alive and Kicking
  28. A kind of dark tea, grown in China, that is partly fermented before being dried
  29. African republic on the Gulf of Aden whose capital has the same name
  30. Robots or synthetic organisms designed to look and act like humans
  31. US state whose capital is Little Rock
  32. Member of the Monty Python team who co-wrote the musical Spamalot with John Du Prez
  33. 1980s British comic whose strips included Weedy Willy and Tom Thug
  34. British rider who won an individual show jumping silver medal at the 1972 Olympics
  35. Baron Passfield, British economist, social historian and Fabian socialist who helped found the London School of Economics and the New Statesman
  36. See 14
  37. Italian cyclist who won the Giro dItalia five times and the Tour de France twice
  38. Faulty vision resulting from defective curvature of the cornea or lens of the eye
  39. Singer who performed in both the Opening and Closing ceremonies of the 2012 Olympics
  40. A thick creamy sauce made from egg yolks, oil and vinegar or lemon juice
  41. Synthetic material made by copolymerising dicarboxylic acids with diamines
  42. Country whose capital is Lima
  43. See 2
  44. Flowering plant also known as sowbread
  45. A person such as Madame Arcati in Noël Cowards play Blithe Spirit
  46. Region of NW Italy whose chief town is Turin
  47. Baroness ___, Hungarian-born British novelist best known for The Scarlet Pimpernel
  48. American actress best known for playing Major Margaret Hot Lips Houlihan in the TV series M*A*S*H
  49. Colourless gas with a chlorine-like odour, formed by an electric discharge in oxygen
  50. A saprotrophic basidiomycetous fungus with gills on the underside of the cap
  51. African country whose capital is Nairobi
  52. South African-born entertainer who played an Australian lodger in the BBC radio comedy series Hancocks Half Hour
  53. ___ Ventham, English actress who is the mother of Benedict Cumberbatch
  54. The third-largest moon of Neptune
  55. Wading bird similar to a heron but usually with white plumage
  56. American athlete who broke Bob Beamons 23-year-old long jump world record by 5 cm at the 1991 World Championships in Tokyo
  57. Italian region whose capital is Rome
  58. American group whose hit singles include Car Wash, Wishing on a Star and Love Dont Live Here Anymore