Category: The Independents Jumbo General Crossword Answers
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  1. 1.The oldest of the eighteen major county clubs which make up the English and Welsh domestic cricket structure
  2. 2.Another name for a catkin
  3. 3.Bass guitarist in the rock band Creedence Clearwater Revival
  4. 4.In theology, the adoration that may be offered to God alone
  5. 5.1962 US number-one single by Gene Chandler
  6. 6.The first track and field athlete to win a gold medal in the same individual event in four consecutive Olympics
  7. 7.Latin term meaning 'according to law
  8. 8.The capital of Mali
  9. 9.Port in Russia, on the River Don, 30 miles from the Sea of Azov
  10. 10.1934 novel by Henry Miller whose publication in the United States in 1961 led to an obscenity trial
  11. 11.1980 Roxy Music single that reached number 5 in the UK
  12. 12.1993 film based on an Ira Levin novel of the same name
  13. 13.Long-tailed rodent of the superfamily Muroidea
  14. 14.1979 Hal Ashby film that was the last Peter Sellers film to be released while he was alive
  15. 15.1415 battle in which English longbowmen under Henry V defeated French forces vastly superior in number
  16. 16.Member of a North American Indian people of the Plains, now living chiefly in Oklahoma and Wyoming
  17. 17.Formerly, the standard monetary unit of Portugal
  18. 18.English-born golfer who won the US Masters in 1991
  19. 19.City in Wisconsin located where the Fox River enters Lake Winnebago
  20. 20.Country whose capital is Santiago
  21. 21.Shelley's middle name
  22. 22.Novel by Leo Tolstoy published in serial form from 1873 to 1877
  23. 23.Popular Serbo-Croatian masculine forename meaning "beloved"
  24. 24.Country whose capital is Kingston
  25. 25.A room with walls that reflect sound
  26. 26.Silvery metallic element whose atomic number is 31
  27. 27.One of the rivers in Hades over which the souls of the dead were ferried by Charon in Greek mythology
  28. 28.Single by The Crew-Cuts that reached number 4 in the UK in 1955
  29. 29.A small bone, especially one of those in the middle ear
  30. 30.The Muse of love poetry in Greek mythology
  31. 31.Mediterranean sailing ship that was used mostly for trading
  32. 32.Johann Balthasar ___, German rococo architect whose masterpiece is the church of Vierzehnheiligen in Bavaria
  33. 33.The Muse of epic poetry in Greek mythology
  34. 34.South African golfer who won the US Open in 1994 and 1997 and the British Open in 2002
  35. 35.Henri ___, French artist who was a founder of Fauvism
  36. 36.Corazon ___, the first woman president of the Philippines
  37. 37.First name of the James Bond character Goldfinger
  38. 38.Football club founded as Newton Heath LYR Football Club in 1878
  39. 39.Genus of flowering plants known as catnip or catmint
  40. 40.Children's book by P L Travers published in 1934
  41. 41.A Roman Catholic service in which the congregation is blessed with the sacrament
  42. 42.1998 film starring Jackie Chan and Chris Tucker
  43. 43.Ballet with a score composed by Léo Delibes and Ludwig Minkus which was premiered in 1866 with choreography by Arthur Saint-Léon
  44. 44.A clear, colourless French fruit brandy whose name means "water of life"
  45. 45.1962 dystopian novella by Anthony Burgess
  46. 46.Site of the 1932 and 1980 Winter Olympics
  47. 47.1986 Tony Scott film starring Tom Cruise as Lieutenant Pete "Maverick" Mitchell