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List Of Clues: 18-March-2023 | Page 1 of 1 | Crossword Buzz Answers

  1. 1.The 37th president of the United States
  2. 2.Part of speech that usually ends with a y
  3. 3.A Mexican tortilla folded into a roll with a filling and usually fried
  4. 4.Book of the New Testament featuring one of Paul's epistles
  5. 5.The Muse of singing, mime, and sacred dance in Greek mythology
  6. 6.Country whose capital is Kigali
  7. 7.Colourless odourless gaseous element whose atomic number is 54
  8. 8.Earl of Mercia remembered as the husband of Lady Godiva
  9. 9.The world's highest waterfall
  10. 10.The first month of the year in the Jewish calendar
  11. 11.Region of the United States consisting of the states of Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Massachusetts, Rhode Island and Connecticut
  12. 12.Deep bay of the Southern Ocean in Antarctica between Victoria Land and Marie Byrd Land
  13. 13.Italian Serie A football club based in Bergamo
  14. 14.Members of the defensive team in American football who generally stand upright before the ball is snapped
  15. 15.The German name for Wroclaw
  16. 16.Curved elastic arch of bone whose technical name is costa
  17. 17.Belgian city at the confluence of the Sambre and Meuse rivers
  18. 18.Scientist who was Master of the Mint, 1700-1727
  19. 19.The fruit of the oak tree
  20. 20.2020 Pixar/Walt Disney film whose central character is pianist Joe Gardner
  21. 21.A crossbred hunting dog, usually a greyhound crossed with a collie
  22. 22.One of the three basic fingerprint patterns
  23. 23.1980 film starring Charles Bronson, Dominique Sanda and Jason Robards
  24. 24.Monetary unit of countries such as Libya and Iraq
  25. 25.The invading Germanic tribes in the south and east of Great Britain from the early 5th century AD
  26. 26.American rock band formed by Kurt Cobain and Krist Novoselic in 1987
  27. 27.An electrical circuit, especially one containing a capacitor, providing an alternative path for certain frequencies
  28. 28.Singer who received the Brit Award for Best British female solo artist in 1999
  29. 29.4th-century bishop of Milan who was made a saint
  30. 30.Former Spanish footballer appointed head coach of Bayer Leverkusen in 2022
  31. 31.Poem of nonsense verse by Lewis Carroll that begins "'Twas brillig, and the slithy toves/Did gyre and gimble in the wabe"
  32. 32.The capital of Ethiopia
  33. 33.Word or phrase in which the letters of another word or phrase are rearranged
  34. 34.The state capital of Nebraska
  35. 35.The capital of Burkina Faso
  36. 36.1973 hit single for Paul McCartney and Wings
  37. 37.City on the Gulf Coast of Florida
  38. 38.Natural earth used as a yellow or red pigment
  39. 39.The first Welsh Prime Minister of the United Kingdom
  40. 40.Former name for a number 2 wood in golf
  41. 41.Major mountain system of South America
  42. 42.City and an important seaport in northern Italy
  43. 43.Jordan's only seaport
  44. 44.Shetland Island whose main settlement is Biggings
  45. 45.Peninsula divided between Denmark and Germany
  46. 46.T M ___, British online menswear retailer founded in 1898 with a shop on London's Panton Street
  47. 47.Tuesday 6 June 1944
  48. 48.Surname of the second and sixth presidents of the United States
  49. 49.Liqueur or cordial flavoured with peach or cherry kernels, bitter almonds, or other fruits
  50. 50.A follower of the founder of methodism
  51. 51.Viral disease of parrots that can be passed on to humans
  52. 52.A communal meal in the early Christian church commemorating the Last Supper
  53. 53.Thin mucus naturally discharged from the eyes, nose or mouth during sleep