Category: The Independents Jumbo General
Date: 9-March-2019 | Page 1 of 1 | Crossword Answers 911

  1. 1.1983 hit single for Lionel Richie kept off the top spot in the UK by Billy Joels Uptown Girl
  2. 2.Allegorical novel by Paulo Coelho first published in 1988
  3. 3.Ken ___, Australian tennis player who won eight Grand Slam singles titles
  4. 4.West African republic whose capital is Porto Novo
  5. 5.Substance that gives vinegar its sour taste and pungent smell
  6. 6.2002 Brazilian film depicting the growth of organised crime in the Cidade de Deus suburb of Rio de Janeiro
  7. 7.Gustave Flauberts first published novel
  8. 8.The only complete studio album by Jeff Buckley
  9. 9.Island off the coast of Italy, in the Bay of Naples, that gave its name to a Ford model
  10. 10.Greg ___, Canadian-born tennis player who adopted British citizenship in 1995
  11. 11.Collection of novellas by Irvine Welsh subtitled Three Tales of Chemical Romance
  12. 12.A being in ancient Egyptian mythology that functions as a feminine counterpart to the sun god
  13. 13.Any brown songbird of the family Alaudidae
  14. 14.American actress who found fame playing Laura Petrie in The Dick Van Dyke Show
  15. 15.Branch of science concerned with vision and light
  16. 16.Michael ___, actor who played the title role in the TV series Robin of Sherwood
  17. 17.Communications code word for the letter J
  18. 18.Member of a Christian Church of American origin, whose publications include The Watchtower and Awake!
  19. 19.The capital of Zambia
  20. 20.The bird Coracina novaehollandiae, which has protected status in Australia
  21. 21.Any of a large group of fat-soluble organic compounds containing a characteristic chemical ring system
  22. 22.The capital of the canton of Valais in Switzerland
  23. 23.Landlocked country in the Pyrenees between France and Spain
  24. 24.A suit in Latin-suited playing cards and Tarot decks
  25. 25.The court jester of Duke Frederick in Shakespeares play As You Like It
  26. 26.The first novel by Louise Bagshawe, published in 1995
  27. 27.A colourless odourless flammable gaseous alkane obtained from natural gas and petroleum
  28. 28.Roman Catholic nun born Anjezë Gonxhe Bojaxhiu
  29. 29.Childrens novel by American author E B White featuring a pig named Wilbur
  30. 30.Character from French pantomime with a whitened face, white costume and pointed hat
  31. 31.Daughter of Herodias who called for the head of John the Baptist
  32. 32.Italian name for Munich
  33. 33.River that rises in the Czech Republic and flows through Germany into the North Sea at Cuxhaven
  34. 34.Russian city that is capital of the Chechen Republic
  35. 35.Single by Fern Kinney that reached number one in the UK singles chart in March 1980
  36. 36.___ International Speedway, Florida race track famous for its annual 500-mile NASCAR Sprint Cup Series motor race
  37. 37.1967 song by Leonard Cohen about the then girlfriend of sculptor Armand Vaillancourt
  38. 38.The only country entirely within the Alps
  39. 39.Former director of the Prison Reform Trust appointed Prisons Ombudsman in 1999, a post he held until 2010
  40. 40.The longest river in the Republic of Ireland
  41. 41.The South African guenon monkey Cercopithecus aethiops
  42. 42.Common name for the home ground of Partick Thistle since 1909
  43. 43.A large African antelope with long straight nearly-upright horns
  44. 44.Name by which Samuel Johnsons wife Elizabeth Porter was known
  45. 45.Country whose capital is Ankara
  46. 46.An intense stabbing pain under the ribcage also called exercise-related transient abdominal pain
  47. 47.Commercial association of towns in northern Germany formed in the mid-14th century to protect and control trade
  48. 48.Either of the two occasions, six months apart, when day and night are of equal length
  49. 49.Scott ___, American author and practising lawyer whose novels include Presumed Innocent and Personal Injuries
  50. 50.Maiden name of Eva Perón
  51. 51.Common name for the perennial flowering tree Parkinsonia aculeata
  52. 52.City in Baden-Wurttemberg on the River Neckar whose university is the oldest in Germany
  53. 53.Horse that won the 2004 Derby
  54. 54.1997 James Cameron film that won 11 Oscars