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  1. 1.Norwegian Nobel laureate who founded the discipline of econometrics
  2. 2.Welsh actor and director, born Alfred Reginald Jones, who won a Best Actor Oscar for The Lost Weekend
  3. 3.A deep purplish red that is the complementary colour of green
  4. 4.English county whose administrative centre is Dorchester
  5. 5.The first permanent settlement by the English in America
  6. 6.Lead singer of The Who
  7. 7.The 23rd president of the United States
  8. 8.Country whose capital is Kiev
  9. 9.A diurnal bird of prey of the genus Buteo
  10. 10.The ___, Raymond Briggs book first published in 1978
  11. 11.Brimful of ___ 1997 single by Cornershop that reached number 1 in the UK in February 1998
  12. 12.A short story by Roald Dahl, originally published in The New Yorker, included in his 1960 collection Kiss Kiss
  13. 13.A close-fitting woollen hood that covers the ears and neck
  14. 14.1972 single by The Osmonds that reached number 2 in the UK
  15. 15.County cricket club whose one-day side is called Steelbacks
  16. 16.See 17
  17. 17.An ornamental centrepiece for a table
  18. 18.City in Belgium that was the centre of the medieval European wool and cloth trade
  19. 19.The small ferocious carnivorous marsupial Sarcophilus harrisi
  20. 20.Roman statesman and writer noted for his relentless opposition to Carthage
  21. 21.The capital of Lesotho
  22. 22.Shakespeare comedy subtitled What You Will
  23. 23.Measure of computer storage capacity equal to a thousand gigabytes
  24. 24.1979 single by Village People that reached number 2 in the UK
  25. 25.US state whose capital is Montgomery
  26. 26.An outline drawing named after a French politician
  27. 27.___ Beloved, 1994 film in which Gary Oldman plays Ludwig van Beethoven
  28. 28.The capital of Hungary
  29. 29.Caribbean island whose capital is Fort-de-France
  30. 30.Country established in 1918 that began to disintegrate in 1991
  31. 31.___ Bennett, Welsh actor best known for playing the title role in the sitcom Shelley
  32. 32.The worlds first independent developer and distributor of video games for gaming consoles. founded in 1979
  33. 33.Perry Comos first LP, recorded and originally released in 1955
  34. 34.Song with which Abba won the Eurovision Song Contest
  35. 35.1995 novel by Robert Harris about a young mathematician stationed in Bletchley Park
  36. 36.The male reproductive organ of a flower
  37. 37.Latin expression meaning from the beginning
  38. 38.The longest river in Great Britain
  39. 39.___ Productions, Alan Partridges company in the TV series Im Alan Partridge
  40. 40.Hoax in which bone fragments found in a gravel pit in East Sussex were presented as the fossilised remains of an early human
  41. 41.A dry red wine produced in Tuscany
  42. 42.Light snacks or appetisers, usually eaten with drinks in Spanish bars
  43. 43.A wild goat with large backward-curving horns
  44. 44.The largest city in Cameroon
  45. 45.Gilbert and Sullivan comic opera subtitled The Peer and the Peri
  46. 46.Tailless macaque monkey associated with the Rock of Gibraltar
  47. 47.Insect that travels in vast swarms, stripping large areas of vegetation
  48. 48.1980 Woody Allen film shot in black and white
  49. 49.The insect Lymantria dispar dispar
  50. 50.A widely used type of local area network
  51. 51.Lord ___, character in Philip Pullmans His Dark Materials trilogy played by Daniel Craig in the film The Golden Compass
  52. 52.A collective of musicians who attempted to engage young people with politics in the period leading up to the 1987 general election
  53. 53.The ___, British rock band founded in 1973 by Robert John Godfrey, Stephen Stewart and Francis Lickerish
  54. 54.The day before Good Friday
  55. 55.The second-largest city and the last royal capital of Myanmar
  56. 56.Theres No One Quite Like ___, a number one hit single by St Winifreds School Choir
  57. 57.1971 T Rex single that reached number 2 in the UK charts
  58. 58.Fruit, also known as sarda in southeast Asia, developed in Israel
  59. 59.Jamaican reggae band who had a Top 10 hit in 1978 with Now That Weve Found Love
  60. 60.Unfinished 1922 novel by Franz Kafka
  61. 61.She-who-must-be-obeyed in the novel She by Henry Rider Haggard
  62. 62.Small Mediterranean evergreen tree with glossy aromatic leaves
  63. 63.Former lead singer of The Smiths
  64. 64.Evergreen Mediterranean tree cultivated for its edible shiny black fruits
  65. 65.Play by George Bernard Shaw first performed in December 1923
  66. 66.A standard cylindrical drum with one drumhead
  67. 67.See 5
  68. 68.A wall or jetty built out from a riverbank or seashore to control erosion
  69. 69.British bobsledder who won gold in the two-man event at the 1964 Winter Olympics in Innsbruck with brakeman Robin Dixon
  70. 70.A period of isolation or detention, especially of persons or animals arriving from abroad, to prevent the spread of disease
  71. 71.Fred ___, the only male player in history to have lost his first five Grand Slam singles finals
  72. 72.Harold ___, British Olympic 100m champion in 1924 whose triumph was depicted in the 1981 movie Chariots of Fire
  73. 73.Fictional character in a series of detective novels and short stories written by Sara Paretsky, played on film by Kathleen Turner
  74. 74.Genus of plants that includes the spurges and poinsettia
  75. 75.County known as The Garden of England
  76. 76.Genus of woodpeckers that contains the flickers
  77. 77.Philippe ___, French marshal who was Chief of State of Vichy France from 1940 to 1944
  78. 78.Country whose capital is Oslo
  79. 79.Hymn that occurs immediately after the preface in the celebration of the Eucharist
  80. 80.___ Island in the S Pacific was uninhabited until the landing in 1790 of the mutineers of HMS Bounty and their Tahitian companions
  81. 81.East Sussex town whose Devonshire Park has been the venue for a pre-Wimbledon tennis tournament since 1974
  82. 82.1979 Michael Apted film starring 36 Across , Dustin Hoffman and Timothy Dalton
  83. 83.An aquatic South American rodent resembling a small beaver with a ratlike tail
  84. 84.American actor who died of a drug overdose in 1993
  85. 85.In former plant classification schemes, any organism that does not produce seeds
  86. 86.In music, a note having the time value of a quarter of a semibreve
  87. 87.Song written by Mac Davis, originally titled The Vicious Circle, that was a hit for Elvis Presley in 1969
  88. 88.English writer whose works include the novel The Egoist and the poem Modern Love
  89. 89.English actress whose films include Blowup, Isadora and Julia
  90. 90.Tropical American plant, some species of which are the source of sisal and tequila
  91. 91.Popular name for the English Premier League team whose traditional nickname is The Lilywhites
  92. 92.Italian language opera by Mozart set on Crete
  93. 93.Card game in which one player tries to win all the cards of the other player
  94. 94.In ancient Rome, a member of a board of three officials with joint responsibility for some task
  95. 95.Italian composer whose operas include Orfeo and LIncoronazione di Poppea
  96. 96.Eponymous heroine of R D Blackmores novel subtitled A Romance of Exmoor
  97. 97.See 1
  98. 98.Inflammation of the stomach and intestines
  99. 99.Nigerian-born United States international who was at West Ham United from 1971 to 1975
  100. 100.See 53

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