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9-February-2019 | Page 1 of 1 | Crossword Zone 301 Clues & Answers

  1. Czech javelin thrower who won the gold at the 1992, 1996 and 2000 Olympics
  2. 1960 collection of short stories by Roald Dahl
  3. Free newspaper launched in London in 1999
  4. Winged sandals such as those worn by the Greek messenger god Hermes
  5. Media player computer program launched by Apple in 2001
  6. Italian city that is the setting for most of the action in Shakespeares The Taming of the Shrew
  7. Drink consisting of liqueur poured over crushed ice
  8. 1994 film, based on a book of the same name by Tom Clancy, starring Harrison Ford
  9. 1986 Peter Weir film, based on a novel of the same name by Paul Theroux, starring Harrison Ford
  10. The most southerly of the Munros in the Scottish Highlands
  11. Tree or shrub cultivated for its white, pink, purple or yellow showy flowers
  12. French city on the Deûle River, near Frances border with Belgium
  13. Pope for 34 days in 1978
  14. Additional dishes served as appetisers before a main meal
  15. English music producer, born Daniel Stein, responsible for the UKs first dubstep number one, Louder, featuring Sian Evans, and first drum and bass number one, Hot Right Now, featuring Rita Ora
  16. A valved brass instrument of bass pitch
  17. A solid having a polygonal base and triangular sides that meet in a common vertex
  18. 1981 British film that won four Oscars, including Best Picture
  19. British dance music act whose 1980s top ten hits include Superfly Guy and Hey Music Lover
  20. In the Old Testament, any of the 12 precious stones used in the breastplates of high priests
  21. Character in Dantes Divine Comedy second to none that ever lived for inordinate gluttony
  22. Feline mammal with grey-brown mottled fur, tufted ears and a short tail
  23. An oriental pipe also called a hubble-bubble
  24. See 2
  25. In the Roman Catholic Church, people who confess their sins to a priest and submit to a penance imposed by him
  26. Nickname of American jazz musician Charlie Parker
  27. Irish province whose counties include Dublin, Kildare and Kilkenny
  28. Pokémon monster that evolves into Piloswine
  29. 1908 novel by E M Forster featuring the character Lucy Honeychurch
  30. Athol ___, South African dramatist whose plays include Sizwe Bansi is Dead
  31. See 29
  32. Dutch city associated with a treaty that led to the creation of the European Union and the Euro
  33. The chief port of Spain
  34. Another name for the mountain ash
  35. Conservative MP for Salisbury since May 2010
  36. Bird of tropical and subtropical marshy regions also called a lily-trotter
  37. A dish of leftover boiled cabbage, potatoes and sometimes cooked meat fried together
  38. Antonio ___, Italian composer who in 1568 became Kapellmeister at the court of the Electors of Saxony in Dresden
  39. 2004 animated film featuring the voice of Holly Hunter as Helen Parr/Elastigirl
  40. ___ Matsuhisa, Japanese celebrity chef and restaurateur who has appeared in the films Casino, Austin Powers: Goldmember and Memoirs of a Geisha
  41. An extensive grassy treeless plain, especially in South America
  42. Area of Birmingham that is home to Warwickshire County Cricket Club
  43. In Greek mythology, a Sicilian shepherd who loved the nymph Galatea
  44. Bassist in Blur who produces the cheeses Blue Monday, Farleigh Wallop and Little Wallop
  45. Leader of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles
  46. The former fishing trawler Sir William Hardy, acquired by Greenpeace in 1978 and sunk by the French intelligence service in 1985
  47. The capital of Norway
  48. 1985 Peter Weir film starring Harrison Ford
  49. US state whose capital is Tallahassee
  50. Département of the French First Republic, and later the First French Empire, whose capital was Luxembourg City
  51. A ___ brain was conceived by science fiction writer Isaac Asimov as a central computer for a robot
  52. Port city in California situated around the Golden Gate
  53. Vladimir Ilyich ___, first premier of the Soviet Union
  54. The large feline mammal Panthera pardus
  55. Novel by Ernest Hemingway set during the Italian campaign of World War I
  56. Gabriello ___, Italian anatomist who first described a pair of slender tubes through which ova pass from the ovaries to the uterus
  57. Mexican-American actor who played Lt Martin Castillo in the TV series Miami Vice