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  1. London West End theatre
  2. Ingemar --, Swedish alpine ski racer who won two gold medals at the 1980 Lake Placid Olympic Games
  3. Horace --, character created by the writer and barrister John Mortimer
  4. Ulysses S. --, the 18th President of the United States
  5. Genus of plants and shrubs with clusters of very small, brightly-coloured, four-petal flowers
  6. The muscular third stomach of a ruminant animal
  7. City near the southern end of the San Joaquin Valley, in California
  8. Synthetic fibre characterised by its ability to recover its original form after stretching
  9. Any of a genus of plants of the mallow family often having lobed leaves and solitary bell-shaped flowers
  10. Republic of Ireland county
  11. 1992 film starring Al Pacino and Chris ODonnell
  12. Port on the Atlantic coast of Brazil
  13. -- beat, a syncopated rhythm widely used in rock music
  14. Musical based on the play Green Grow the Lilacs written by Lynn Riggs
  15. Largest city in Scotland
  16. In the Old Testament, the second son of Jacob and Leah
  17. West Saxon abbot of Malmesbury (639-709)
  18. Heraldic star with wavy points
  19. The sixth planet from the Sun
  20. Coniferous tree
  21. The hero of stories by G.K. Chesterton
  22. Capital of Bahrain
  23. Son of Leontes in Shakespeares The Winters Tale
  24. Andrew --, American chef and television personality
  25. -- Waltz, the signature song of Patti Page
  26. Psychoactive alkaloid used as an experimental treatment for drug and alcohol addiction
  27. 1973 horror film starring Deborah Walley and Paul Carr
  28. Novel by Edna OBrien, published in 1972
  29. Taking industrial action
  30. Combining form indicating medical treatment
  31. Spiced herring fillets
  32. Author of Through the Looking-Glass
  33. Scottish carbonated soft drink
  34. and 9: 1990 film starring Gerard Depardieu
  35. Rebellious state of discontent
  36. -- Stevenson, 1900-1965, US statesman
  37. Pale yellow Swiss cheese with holes in
  38. -- Hemingway, US author
  39. Moth of a family whose hairy caterpillars are known as woolly bears
  40. Isle of Wight resort
  41. Virus named after a river in Democratic Republic of Congo
  42. George Gershwin song recorded by Ella Fitzgerald
  43. Time fixed for start of a military operation
  44. Community concerned with pursuit of education and scholarship
  45. Surpass in guile or cunning
  46. Chartres is the capital of this French department
  47. Site of nuclear processing plant in West Cumbria
  48. Australasian soldier
  49. Rosalind?¿½s lover in As You Like It
  50. 1933 comedy film starring the Marx Brothers
  51. Province of south-west Ireland
  52. -- Spencer, Princess Dianas stepmother
  53. Of a guardian e.g. appointed for a lawsuit
  54. The -- is Wild, 1957 biographical drama film
  55. Japanese swordsmanship
  56. International RC organisation of priests and lay people
  57. Village in Dorset with a swannery
  58. French Calvinist of 16th or 17th century
  59. Twelfth ecclesiastical month in the Jewish calendar
  60. Deep-fried chicken dish
  61. Spoutless ancient Greek jug
  62. Canal connecting North Sea with Baltic Sea
  63. Sir -- Twisleton-Wykeham-Fiennes, English explorer
  64. Alternative spelling for grassland in South Africa
  65. Pop group whose hits include Super Trouper
  66. Opera oratorio in two acts by Stravinsky
  67. -- Place, centre for Christian retreats etc near Battle in East Sussex
  68. Name of three kings of the Belgians
  69. Marcus Porcius --, opponent of Caesar
  70. Wryneck genus
  71. Hull --, Rugby Union team
  72. Village on shores of Loch Scavaig on Isle of Skye
  73. Finger nearest to ones thumb
  74. Type of sound reproduction equipment
  75. Dull or uninteresting quality of some food
  76. Town in central Australia
  77. Daughter of Agamemnon and Clytemnestra in Greek mythology
  78. Small lively eel, the sand eel
  79. Author of Thomas the Tank Engine books
  80. Predatory or keen-sighted person
  81. Act of being released from an official duty
  82. Person from Muscat perhaps
  83. Obsolete medical word for scabies
  84. -- Fitzgerald, US jazz singer
  85. Mischievous clown hero of a popular German folk tale
  86. In North America a system of charging for hotel room only
  87. Warwickshire county cricket ground
  88. George --, pen name of Amandine Aurore Lucie Dupin
  89. Used a salmon-spear
  90. Euphrasy, plant with purple-and-white flowers
  91. River flowing through Lake Geneva
  92. Comedian, 1924-68, who had his Half Hour programmes
  93. Author of Lorna Doone
  94. Pigs flesh as food
  95. Orphaned Swiss girl in Johanna Spyris childrens novel
  96. Of the French philosopher Rene Descartes
  97. Mont --, highest peak in the Alps
  98. Tradename for a paper handkerchief
  99. Membranous structure
  100. Town in south-east Staffordshire

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