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  1. In 2008, Rebecca ____ became the first British swimmer since 1908 to win two gold medals at the same Olympics
  2. Drive a new vehicle endlessly around Germany, Schleswig-Holstein, say
  3. Composer of Curlew River and The Prince of the Pagodas
  4. Painter of Antwerp Cathedral's The Descent from the Cross
  5. Fresh early on, Ann leaves Indian office
  6. Piz Bernina is the highest mountain in the Eastern ____
  7. Deliberate damage done in idle talk
  8. Justine ____, Belgian tennis player who won the French Open in 2003 and 2005-2007
  9. Suitable packaging left for yellow plant
  10. The emperor ____ monkey is supposedly so-called as its "moustache” makes it resemble Wilhelm II
  11. Costs to include one million for optically inactive mixtures
  12. Good internet service provider creating stir
  13. Wind-pollinated hanging flowering spike of various trees
  14. Musical direction — "all playing (or singing) together”
  15. Missing tail coat located by poet
  16. Actor James ____ built The Theatre in London in 1576
  17. Cook brought back duck dish from Greece
  18. French port at the mouth of the Seine
  19. Influential famous folk
  20. Wickedness hard to work out in a mother
  21. Incus
  22. Neat conclusion to Motley Fool, a figure of speech
  23. Wrong about famous Doctor being reported — it's a certainty
  24. Bewildered, amazed
  25. English pre-Raphaelite textile designer and writer
  26. Thoroughfare along the south side of St James's Park
  27. Jugs seen in tight sweater (forgive a little tastelessness!)
  28. Rope dance barred for an audience
  29. Philosophical study of the fundamental nature of reality
  30. "For here / Am I sitting in a ____, / Far above the world” (David Bowie, in Space Oddity)
  31. German city whose Zollverein Coal Mine Industrial Complex became a Unesco world heritage site in 2001
  32. Hooked a dipstick that's shortened
  33. Scottish football team from Paisley, "The Buddies”
  34. Stinking drunk outdoors after tons knocked back
  35. Finland, to the Finns
  36. New York suburb to the north of the Bronx
  37. The Restriction of Offensive Weapons Act 1959 prohibited the import of ____ into the UK
  38. A weekday in Colombia with new footwear
  39. Irish statesman and philosopher who criticised Britain's treatment of its American colonies
  40. Wilhelm ____ is jointly credited for the discovery of calculus
  41. Back UK vote in front of Scotland's leader? That's bad in Perth
  42. The world of Enid Blyton's Noddy books
  43. Obscure Muslim ruler and king
  44. Capital of Morocco, also a Maltese town near Mdina
  45. French wine made principally from merlot or cabernet sauvignon grapes
  46. Italian behind horse sedative
  47. Rang the changes
  48. Timeless footwear in parties could be slippers
  49. Take up bottom canvas sheet
  50. & 25A The first woman to sit in the House of Commons [two-word answer]
  51. A stake once again in winter resort
  52. Linden found touching in story
  53. Martyr, later canonised, believed to be the first bishop of Paris
  54. The first person, in 1935, to fly solo from Hawaii to the US mainland
  55. Hostage initially inside so long getting ready for China
  56. John Curry, Katarina Witt and Sonja Henie, for example
  57. Standard celebrated around a number of stadia in Persia
  58. Colloidal dispersion of solid or liquid particles in a gas, such as smoke or fog
  59. Notre Dame's three ____s survived the fire in April
  60. Father as before folds smart church vestment
  61. American cotton worker is a rebel
  62. Debut single (and biggest hit) of Mungo Jerry, in 1970
  63. Sort of rice in shallow pan one's extracted
  64. The odious hypocrite of Molire's comedy
  65. See 8D
  66. ____ Hawthorne, author of The Scarlet Letter
  67. Huge quiches coming up — that's the plan
  68. Inferior Scottish trap, hell for leather at first
  69. Part of the Antarctic Ocean, named after a British navigator
  70. Racing toboggan on which riders lie on their backs
  71. Saying about a city, recorded by Goethe in his Italian Journey
  72. After supply cut, able to work at high-speed
  73. Rural wrangling about one member of branch
  74. Informally, the singer for whom Noel Coward created the role of Ada Cockle in The Girl Who Came To Supper
  75. ____ de Machaut, French composer of songs in the 1300s
  76. ____ were originally played for important people, or sung by lovers for their ladies
  77. Song from honey is My Way essentially
  78. Sort of bar to retain in towers
  79. "____ is when a guy gets stabbed in the back and, instead of bleeding, he sings” (Ed Gardner)
  80. "You can tell the history of jazz in four words: Louis Armstrong. ____.” (Miles Davis)
  81. Ernest Hemingway novel about Frederic Henry's First World War experiences in Italy
  82. Edinburgh residence of Scottish monarchs until 1603
  83. Plant again in February not following accepted ground
  84. Palindromic trade name for a machine used to aerate soil
  85. Trophy to be awarded on September 16, 2019
  86. Sure about areas of land in Shetland
  87. Whole; ____ vitae scelerisque purus (Horace Odes 1.22.1)
  88. You (pl) will bring others into the fold
  89. Exaudi! Hoc dicam non bis, sed modo ____
  90. Sermone hominum, fama (abl)
  91. Variat; she alters . . .
  92. Ascendunt, exoriuntur
  93. I have grown up (adolescere, ____, adultus)
  94. Athenian lawgiver, nearly a cheery farewell
  95. Having used the experience
  96. Auxilium dat (personal); placet (impersonal)
  97. Violenter et celeriter capite
  98. (vide 3) Evil things (Partitive gen, dependent on first word, "so much [of]”)
  99. Within a single hour
  100. Permission to leave; let him go out

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