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  1. 1.The , Gustav Holst suite for orchestra in seven movements that premiered in 1918
  2. 2.1880 novel by Emile Zola
  3. 3.B S , India Test cricketer who took 7-98 against Australia at Kolkata in 1969
  4. 4.1997 action film starring Michael Jai White in the title role
  5. 5.Ross , candidate in the 1992 and 1996 US presidential elections
  6. 6.See 8 Across
  7. 7.Ancient kingdom in the Old Testament east of the Dead Sea
  8. 8.Melinda O , actress who played Dr Kate Westin in 1970s US television series The Invisible Man
  9. 9.1968 novel by Wilbur Smith
  10. 10.Mary , pseudonym under which Agatha Christie wrote 1930 novel Giants Bread
  11. 11.Line on a map connecting places having equal rainfall
  12. 12.1983 film drama directed by and starring Barbra Streisand
  13. 13.Poet Laureate from 1999-2009
  14. 14.Jessica , Best Actress in a Leading Role Oscar winner for Driving Miss Daisy
  15. 15.See 12 Across
  16. 16.See 7 Down
  17. 17.1977 novel by Don DeLillo
  18. 18.Wales golf resort that hosted the 2010 Ryder Cup
  19. 19.Brian , actor who portrayed Sir Matt Busby in 2013 film drama Believe
  20. 20.Ted , London-born bandleader who died in 1969
  21. 21.1922 thriller novel by Edgar Wallace
  22. 22.Cocktail of vodka, coffee liqueur and cream served on ice
  23. 23.2013 horror film starring Jessica Chastain
  24. 24.Stefan , Germany forward; UEFA Euro 1996 Final winner
  25. 25.Monster in Greek mythology with the head of a bull and the body of a man
  26. 26.Archipelago in the North Sea ceded by Britain to Germany in 1890 in exchange for Zanzibar
  27. 27.See 12 Down
  28. 28.Dom , comedian associated with television shows Trigger Happy TV and Fool Britannia
  29. 29.See 20 Down
  30. 30.Johan , 1981 Australian Open singles tennis championship winner
  31. 31.Tiger in 1894 Rudyard Kipling story collection The Jungle Book
  32. 32.See 7 Across
  33. 33.2010 film comedy starring Christian Cooke and Felicity Jones
  34. 34.Sophie , Best Actress in a Supporting Role Oscar nominee for Hotel Rwanda
  35. 35.The , 2008 action film starring Christian Bale as Bruce Wayne
  36. 36.1968 crime drama film starring Richard Widmark in the title role
  37. 37.Sultanate in southeastern Arabia; capital Muscat
  38. 38.1980 film drama starring Deborah Harry and Dennis Lipscomb
  39. 39.1938 Evelyn Waugh novel featuring the character Lord Copper
  40. 40.Form of verse, originally French, in which lines are repeated at regular intervals
  41. 41.A P E , England Test cricketer who hit 101 against New Zealand in Auckland in 1971
  42. 42.European kingdom; capital Copenhagen
  43. 43.Insectivorous amphibian whose hind legs are specialised for hopping
  44. 44.Desert region along the west coast of South America
  45. 45.English golfer; 1997 Peugeot Open de Espana tournament winner
  46. 46.2007 novel by John Connolly
  47. 47.See 4 Down
  48. 48.Sword similar to the foil but with a larger guard
  49. 49.2012 action film starring Nicolas Cage and Josh Lucas
  50. 50.See 3
  51. 51.See 22
  52. 52.1978 novel by Molly Parkin
  53. 53.Augustus , London-born artist and traveller attached to HMS Beagle from 1831-32
  54. 54.Internationally recognised distress signal used by ships and aircraft
  55. 55.1907 novel by L Frank Baum
  56. 56.Loch , body of water in Scotland east of Fort William between Loch Treig and Loch Ericht
  57. 57.Emile , France and Toulouse rugby union wing; first player to score a try in the Heineken Cup
  58. 58.Herring-like food fish whose roe is valued as a delicacy
  59. 59.See 1 Across
  60. 60.Central and South American omnivorous mammal of the raccoon family
  61. 61.Old Testament father of Jacob and Esau
  62. 62.2002 novel by Sophie Kinsella
  63. 63.See 6
  64. 64.P V , West Indies Test cricketer who hit 110 against Australia in Melbourne in 1992
  65. 65.Virginie , 2007 Japan Open singles tennis tournament winner
  66. 66.Sports stadium in Auckland, New Zealand; 2011 Rugby World Cup Final venue
  67. 67.John , actor who played Jonathan Carnahan in action films The Mummy and The Mummy Returns
  68. 68.Small mouse-like long-snouted mammal such as the common
  69. 69.Variety of lettuce with a long slender head
  70. 70.Roger , Irish nationalist hanged by the British for treason in 1916
  71. 71.Bob , General Secretary of the RMT from 2002-14
  72. 72.1861 novel by Charles Reade
  73. 73.Philip , Foreign Secretary from 2014-16
  74. 74.Native or inhabitant of the Orkney Islands
  75. 75.District in the City of Westminster, London, known for its restaurants
  76. 76.Chris , actor who played Mr Big in 2008 comedy-drama film Sex and the City
  77. 77.Norman , General Secretary of the TUC from 1984-1993
  78. 78.The , 1956 volume of non-fiction by Colin Wilson
  79. 79.Garden of , Old Testament location in which Adam and Eve were placed at the Creation
  80. 80.See 1
  81. 81.Literary or archaic name for China
  82. 82.Douglas , 1979-2010 Conservative MP; Minister of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food from 1995-97
  83. 83.Jock , Celtic FC manager from 1965-78
  84. 84.The , 1999-2007 US television drama series starring James Gandolfini and Edie Falco
  85. 85.Pasta in the form of long strings
  86. 86.Jonathan , English golfer; 1996 Chemapol Trophy Czech Open tournament winner
  87. 87.Lake , body of water between Switzerland and France fed and drained by the River Rhone
  88. 88.2000 comedy-drama film starring Paul Newman and Linda Fiorentino
  89. 89.1986 West End stage musical by Tim Rice, Benny Andersson and Bjorn Ulvaeus
  90. 90.Michelle , actress who played Zoe Slater in BBC TV soap EastEnders
  91. 91.Poisonous Old World vine also called bittersweet
  92. 92.1994 comedy-drama film starring Elijah Wood in the title role
  93. 93.Actress who played Marina Green in 2017 film drama The Children Act
  94. 94.acid, substance found in grapes used in the food industry as an antioxidant
  95. 95.Egyptian goddess depicted as a woman with the head of a cow
  96. 96.University city in Tuscany, Italy, housing a famous leaning tower
  97. 97.South American plant cultivated for its edible tubers
  98. 98.See 25
  99. 99.Indian musical instrument with movable frets
  100. 100.Textile town in Greater Manchester; birthplace of the Co-operative Movement
  101. 101.See 19
  102. 102.Philippe , rugby union centre; 1982 France Test debutant against Romania
  103. 103.Grand tournament in sumo wrestling
  104. 104.See 1
  105. 105.Carol , Scottish television presenter whose credits include Changing Rooms and Wheel of Fortune
  106. 106.See 24 Across
  107. 107.1983 novel by Elmore Leonard
  108. 108.The , 1981 horror film starring Bruce Campbell
  109. 109.National airline of Belgium that went bankrupt in 2001
  110. 110.Patsy , inaugural winner of the UK Championship snooker tournament in 1977
  111. 111.2011 adventure-comedy film starring Danny McBride and James Franco
  112. 112.US burlesque performer, sister of actress June Havoc, who died in 1970
  113. 113.See 6 Down
  114. 114.Cud-chewing mammal native to South America
  115. 115.Michael , BBC TV weatherman who retired from full-time forecasting in 2004
  116. 116.Keith , actor who played the title role in 1970 BBC TV historical drama series The Six Wives of Henry VIII
  117. 117.Genus of tropical trees with pale purple or blue trumpet-shaped flowers
  118. 118.See 3
  119. 119.The , one of three ships commanded by Christopher Columbus in 1492
  120. 120.Boxer portrayed by Paul Newman in 1956 biopic Somebody Up There Likes Me
  121. 121.The , 1797 novel by Mrs Ann Radcliffe subtitled The Confessional of the Black Penitents
  122. 122.See 13
  123. 123.Genus of plants of the daisy family native to North America that includes black-eyed Susan
  124. 124.1937 novel by John Steinbeck
  125. 125.Charlotte Perkins Gilman short story first published in 1892
  126. 126.See 8
  127. 127.Watery liquid that separates from the curd when milk is clotted
  128. 128.Brown sedimentary rock with a woody texture used as fuel
  129. 129.Eric , Monty Python member who wrote the book of Broadway musical Spamalot
  130. 130.Character voiced by Roy Atwell in 1937 animated film Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs
  131. 131.Seaside resort in East Yorkshire known for its pottery
  132. 132.Former Scarlets, Bristol Rugby and Sale Sharks scrum-half; 2001 Wales Test debutant against Japan
  133. 133.Mike , golfer; 2003 Masters Tournament winner
  134. 134.Lake , body of water in central Africa at the southern end of the Great Rift Valley
  135. 135.Mesoamerican deity after which the first, unpublished version of D H Lawrence novel The Plumed Serpent was titled
  136. 136.Strong polymer first produced by the DuPont firm in the 1930s
  137. 137.William , Archbishop of Canterbury from 1633-45
  138. 138.Bowed stringed instrument with two f-shaped sound holes in the belly
  139. 139.See 11
  140. 140.Jaroslav , 1954 Wimbledon singles tennis championship winner
  141. 141.camel, creature with two humps used as a beast of burden in deserts of central Asia
  142. 142.Scott , author of novels Personal Injuries and Presumed Innocent
  143. 143.Israel striker at Chelsea FC from 2006-09
  144. 144.1959-67 England footballer; Tottenham Hotspur all-time top scorer
  145. 145.Author of novels In One Person and Last Night in Twisted River
  146. 146.Ship designed by Isambard Kingdom Brunel that laid the transatlantic telegraph cable from 1865
  147. 147.City in northwest Texas formerly associated with the helium industry
  148. 148.Town in North Lanarkshire east of Glasgow
  149. 149.Inflammatory disease involving the sebaceous glands of the skin
  150. 150.Carl , WBC Super Middleweight champion from 2010-11
  151. 151.Small Asian evergreen tree with yellow oval edible fruits
  152. 152.River rising in the Swiss Alps upon which Avignon, France, stands
  153. 153.In golf, a former name for a No 3 wood
  154. 154.Nigel , Mexico-born actor who appeared in Alfred Hitchcock films Rebecca and Suspicion
  155. 155.See 13
  156. 156.Legendary creature also called an abominable snowman
  157. 157.First magnitude star in the constellation of Centaurus also called Rigil Kentaurus
  158. 158.See 17 Across
  159. 159.1970 Derby winner ridden by Lester Piggott
  160. 160.Republic in South America; capital Paramaribo
  161. 161.1975 Russell Hoban novel narrated by the characters William G and Neaera H
  162. 162.See 23 Across
  163. 163.Actor-musician who plays the title role in Channel 4 comedy series Toast of London
  164. 164.C B , Zimbabwe Test cricketer who hit 114 against Bangladesh in Chittagong in 2001
  165. 165.See 24 Across
  166. 166.Sandra , 1972 Olympic 100m freestyle swimming gold medallist
  167. 167.Madeleine , actress who played Julie Moore in 2002 film drama We Were Soldiers
  168. 168.Ancient region on the coast of western Asia Minor
  169. 169.2010 comedy-drama film starring Rainn Wilson and Ellen Page
  170. 170.2011 novel by Robert Harris
  171. 171.Greyish-brown European moth with a white mark on the forewings
  172. 172.1953 film drama starring Barbara Stanwyck and Richard Carlson
  173. 173.2010 comedy-drama film starring Jim Broadbent and Lesley Manville
  174. 174.See 19
  175. 175.See 5
  176. 176.Konrad , chancellor of West Germany from 1949-63
  177. 177.1955 science fiction film starring Jeff Morrow and Faith Domergue
  178. 178.1977 novel by Ellis Peters
  179. 179.See 9
  180. 180.Nevil , author of novels On the Beach and Beyond the Black Stump
  181. 181.Cold dessert made from thickened cream, sugar and lemon
  182. 182.Emile , French artist whose works include 1888s Pardon at Pont-Aven
  183. 183.Measure of volume equal to approximately 44 ml
  184. 184.Actor-presenter who played Mickey Miller in BBC TV soap EastEnders from 2003-08
  185. 185.Extinct volcano on the Kenya-Uganda border
  186. 186.1992 film thriller starring James Spader and Joanne Whalley-Kilmer
  187. 187.The , 1986 novel by Richard Ford
  188. 188.Domesticated ox with a humped back used in India as a draught animal
  189. 189.See 12
  190. 190.See 22 Across
  191. 191.City in Punjab, Pakistan; home of the Zafar Ali Stadium
  192. 192.See 2
  193. 193.British name for diesel oil used for road transport
  194. 194.Town that served as the port of ancient Rome
  195. 195.Bovid of North America and Europe such as the wisent
  196. 196.English actor married to actress Emma Thompson since 2003
  197. 197.Unit of length equalling four inches used for measuring the height of horses
  198. 198.Friend of Nell Trent in 1841 novel The Old Curiosity Shop by Charles Dickens
  199. 199.See 11 Down
  200. 200.Small crustacean also called a beach flea

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