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Date: 29-December-2018 | Page 1 of 1 | Crossword Answers 911

  1. 1.Oscar-winning 2006 computer-animated film featuring the voices of Elijah Wood, Robin Williams and Hugh Jackman
  2. 2.A disease of the eye in which pressure within the eyeball damages the optic disc
  3. 3.A corrugated steel military shelter of semicircular cross section
  4. 4.See 2
  5. 5.Novel by Sir Walter Scott that forms, along with The Black Dwarf, the first series of his Tales of My Landlord
  6. 6.1965 single and album from a film of the same name featuring The Beatles
  7. 7.The tree Tectona grandis of the East Indies that yields a hard resinous yellowish-brown wood
  8. 8.Metal whose chemical symbol is Ag
  9. 9.See 51
  10. 10.Sweetener made from the leaves of a plant of the sunflower family commonly known as sweetleaf
  11. 11.An unfertilised female gamete
  12. 12.The state capital of Tennessee
  13. 13.1990 film starring Arnold Schwarzenegger based on the Philip K Dick story We Can Remember It For You Wholesale
  14. 14.The wife of William Shakespeare, to whom he left the second-best bed in his will
  15. 15.The capital of Mali
  16. 16.The study of the sources and development of words
  17. 17.The opening track on Led Zeppelins fourth album, released as a single in the US and in Australia
  18. 18.A member of a class of ancient Norse warriors who worked themselves into a frenzy before battle
  19. 19.Organ that contains the vocal cords
  20. 20.Technical name for a squint
  21. 21.1976 hit single for Dr Hook
  22. 22.American boy band with which Donnie Wahlberg found fame
  23. 23.In music, a brisk lively movement whose name means joke in Italian
  24. 24.Country whose capital is Ankara
  25. 25.See 41
  26. 26.The innermost of the three membranes that cover the brain and spinal cord
  27. 27.The capital and chief port of Papua New Guinea
  28. 28.1865 play by Henrik Ibsen about a priest
  29. 29.Danish physicist who won the 1922 Nobel Prize for Physics
  30. 30.Popular song by George and Ira Gershwin originally written in 1928 for an unpublished operetta entitled East is West
  31. 31.Port that was the capital of Norway until 1380
  32. 32.US writer whose novels include Burr and Lincoln
  33. 33.Billy ___, Ringo Starrs alter ego on the Beatles album Sgt Peppers Lonely Hearts Club Band
  34. 34.A person dedicated to a monastic or religious life
  35. 35.The butterfly Vanessa atalanta
  36. 36.Online social networking service founded in 2004 by Mark Zuckerberg with fellow Harvard University students
  37. 37.Unit traditionally used to rate the energy output, and hence destructive power, of nuclear weapons, whose symbol is kt
  38. 38.Irish republican political movement whose name means we ourselves
  39. 39.English critic, wit, and caricaturist whose works include Zuleika Dobson
  40. 40.1986 Roland Joffé film concerning the experiences of a Jesuit missionary in 18th-century South America
  41. 41.See 9
  42. 42.A member of a people who occupied the southern coast of Canaan listed in Genesis as being descended from Ham
  43. 43.Luis ___, Spanish film director who collaborated with Salvador Dali on the first surrealist films, Un Chien andalou and LAge dor
  44. 44.A container, often made of papier-mâché, filled with treats and broken as part of a ceremony or celebration
  45. 45.Musical by Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice about the second wife of Argentinian president Juan Perón
  46. 46.American singer and actress who played Coco Hernandez in the 1980 Alan Parker film Fame
  47. 47.1958 novel by Graham Greene set in Cuba
  48. 48.City in Michigan that was the birthplace of General Motors
  49. 49.An excessive accumulation of serous fluid in the intercellular spaces of tissue
  50. 50.A rodent of the genus Sigmodon
  51. 51.Central American country whose capital is Tegucigalpa
  52. 52.1955 poem by Allen Ginsberg that was the subject of a 1957 obscenity trial
  53. 53.BBC2 childrens programme whose presenters included Brian Cant, Johnny Ball and Janine Sharp
  54. 54.German composer who wrote the music for Bertolt Brechts Threepenny Opera
  55. 55.Popular song by Harold Arlen, with lyrics by E Y Harburg and Billy Rose, originally written for the Broadway play The Great Magoo
  56. 56.1915 novel by W Somerset Maugham that begins with the death of Helen Carey
  57. 57.Hindu god who with Vishnu and Shiva constitutes the triad known as the Trimurti
  58. 58.The initial movement or ascent of a rocket from its launch pad