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Date: 11-May-2019 | Page 1 of 1 | Crossword Answers 911

  1. 1.See 34
  2. 2.Californian toy company that marketed the Hula Hoop and the Frisbee in the 1950s
  3. 3.Unfermented soya-bean curd
  4. 4.1965 film starring Elvis Presley as champion rodeo bull-rider and bronco-buster Lonnie Beale
  5. 5.In physics, the maximum displacement from the zero or mean position of a periodic motion or curve
  6. 6.Well-known and often satirised 1913 lyric poem by Joyce Kilmer
  7. 7.Title given to General Bonaparte's aide-de-camp Auguste Frédéric Louis Viesse de Marmont in 1808
  8. 8.Country whose capital is Tehran
  9. 9.Nickname of Detroit
  10. 10.Military term for a region where the ruling authorities have lost control, first used in the Bush War in Rhodesia
  11. 11.Novel by Henry Miller first published in 1934
  12. 12.Part of an engine that translates reciprocating linear piston motion into rotation
  13. 13.The derived SI unit of electrical resistance
  14. 14.See 6
  15. 15.A long-legged shore bird of the genus Recurvirostra
  16. 16.Song by Matty Malneck and Johnny Mercer recorded by Billie Holiday in October 1935
  17. 17.South American country whose capital is Paramaribo
  18. 18.See 7
  19. 19.King of Mercia from 757 associated with an earthwork roughly following some of the current border between England and Wales
  20. 20.1981 Warren Beatty film in which Jack Nicholson plays Eugene O'Neill
  21. 21.Members of a youth culture who fought with the rockers
  22. 22.A short prayer said or sung as the celebrant is entering the sanctuary to celebrate Mass
  23. 23.Driver known as the "Clown Prince of Auto Racing" killed in a seven-car crash on the second lap of the 1964 Indianapolis 500
  24. 24.English socialite and devotee of Adolf Hitler who had the middle name Valkyrie
  25. 25.Czech model and actress who featured in the iconic 1994 "Hello Boys" Wonderbra poster campaign
  26. 26.A game of Chinese origin, using tiles bearing various designs, whose name means 'sparrows
  27. 27.British Anglican clergyman who founded the Samaritans in 1953
  28. 28.See 48
  29. 29.US state whose capital is Boise
  30. 30.The codename for the Tehran Conference of 1943
  31. 31.US state whose capital is Columbia
  32. 32.Town in Luxembourg that gave its name to an agreement that provided for the removal of border controls between participating countries
  33. 33.Football team that scored a (mostly) unopposed goal against Leeds United in April 2019
  34. 34.1962 Agatha Christie Miss Marple story dedicated "To Margaret Rutherford, in admiration."
  35. 35.The narrow strip along which fencing bouts take place
  36. 36.Legendary king of the Britons also called Eudaf Hen
  37. 37.Town in Worcestershire, on the River Avon, that was the scene of a 1265 battle in which Lord Edward defeated Simon de Montfort and the barons
  38. 38.American televangelist who founded a university in 1963
  39. 39.John Steinbeck novella featuring the characters George Milton and Lennie Small
  40. 40.Calorie-free sugar substitute, E950, discovered accidentally by German chemist Karl Clauss in 1967
  41. 41.River that forms the border between Bavaria and Baden-Württemberg for about 50 km and flows into the Danube at Ulm
  42. 42.Bill ___, American jockey who held the world record for professional victories for 29 years
  43. 43.Novel by William Golding about a group of British boys stuck on an uninhabited island
  44. 44.1993 Mike Leigh film starring David Thewlis
  45. 45.A slightly sour black rye bread from Germany
  46. 46.___ Entertainment, production company founded by Steven Spielberg, Kathleen Kennedy and Frank Marshall in 1981
  47. 47.Material used as insulation in buildings, in fireproof fabrics, etc
  48. 48.1970 Western starring Richard Harris as English aristocrat John Morgan
  49. 49.Sam ___ , captain of the victorious European Ryder Cup golf team in 2002
  50. 50.In the Old Testament, a city of Manasseh, 6 miles south-west of Shechem, that was the residence of Gideon