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List Of Clues: 26-July-2020 | Page 1 of 1 | Crossword Buzz Answers

  1. 1.Links between historic structures, discovered or invented by Alfred Watkins in the 1920s
  2. 2.A case of going in quick, biblically grasping muscle
  3. 3.The main product of Bärenreiter and Stainer & Bell
  4. 4.Bankrupt
  5. 5.Dodges down under succeeded with cotton fiber
  6. 6.The second explosive invented by Alfred Nobel, in 1875
  7. 7.Love poem being reinterpreted in a mass transit provision
  8. 8.American actress who is the daughter of Judy Garland
  9. 9.An organ stop imitating the sound of a flute
  10. 10.A ballet step
  11. 11.Strangeness, and another with it being taken out of the earth
  12. 12.Moral quality with Sturgeon's own group of bright stars
  13. 13.Germany's largest port
  14. 14.Area between the soft palate and the base of the skull
  15. 15.Irish type of ring, usually with two hands embracing a heart
  16. 16.Soldiers get stuck into this protein quickly — flipping bad note
  17. 17.Withholding power clear out press
  18. 18.Former rock band fronted by Michael Stipe
  19. 19.Masculine urban dweller, often with a beard and check shirt
  20. 20.An alternative name for yarn bombing
  21. 21.Difficulty that finishes off dense oaf in Washington
  22. 22.Hindu worshipper's object cut with thanks
  23. 23.Main antagonist of The Jungle Book
  24. 24.Paramaribo is the capital of this former Dutch colony
  25. 25.Comb over for male in these
  26. 26.Another name for the gloaming in which one may roam
  27. 27.Blocking response in the matter of stringent sewer's product
  28. 28.Document listing 80 heresies, issued by the Holy See in 1864
  29. 29.In the Book of Daniel, Shadrach, Meshach and ____ are thrown into the fiery furnace
  30. 30.Dancer may get into this academy, mostly late
  31. 31.Seize European scruff
  32. 32.Bernard ____ played M in eleven Bond films
  33. 33.Hemingway, for example, casting central characters at first
  34. 34.Newspaper department which deals with business news
  35. 35.In Love's Labour's Lost, a curate and friend of Holofernes
  36. 36.Game which involves flinging small ferrets
  37. 37.Looking up enough said possibly dramatically for early coppers
  38. 38.Vlad III, 15th-century voivode of Wallachia, was "the ____”
  39. 39.____ became the first female chairman of the Conservative party in 2002
  40. 40.Rugby game's postponement finally accepted causing outcries, as before
  41. 41.Ted ____ led the UK's best-known big band in the 1950s
  42. 42.At St Andrews most trim fellows reversed destiny in year off
  43. 43.Down under, a sleeve keeping one's beer cold
  44. 44.The normal stance for a left-handed boxer
  45. 45.Let know familiar tenor must be left
  46. 46.Ridged pasta tubes with square-cut ends
  47. 47.Attention held by ceremonial salt
  48. 48.Powerful males in an organisation, exercising anonymous influence
  49. 49.A ____ may use colours or shading to show land elevation
  50. 50.In the thick of domestic, Bond's boss must step back
  51. 51.Volume of air in a container mainly holding liquid
  52. 52.Tell stories about being amongst your number
  53. 53.Italy's third-largest city (after Roma and Milano)
  54. 54.Popular name of the gardener and BBC presenter closely associated with the Dig for Victory campaign during the Second World War
  55. 55.West Midlands motor manufacturer which became part of the Rootes Group in 1935
  56. 56.At Rome yes, better one speeding soul's delivery, supposedly
  57. 57.No longer flush dead fish
  58. 58.British winner of breaststroke gold at the 2016 Olympics
  59. 59.Text and images designed for display on web pages
  60. 60.Former Australian rock band fronted by Michael Hutchence
  61. 61.Starters for those arriving peckish at Seville?
  62. 62.Eire into shipping in mineral
  63. 63.The highest grade of olive oil
  64. 64.To go out and enjoy oneself flamboyantly
  65. 65.First day in shopping centre gives you temper
  66. 66.Semi-precious form of chalcedony with bands of colour
  67. 67.Laurel, for example, in drag wandered around Ireland
  68. 68.The third power of a number
  69. 69."She had the ____ precocity of poverty” (Thackeray, describing Becky Sharp in Vanity Fair)
  70. 70.Little beast from centre of London borough turned over grass
  71. 71.Tower's seat is to be announced north of River
  72. 72.Name for a complex situation, coined by Walter Scott in his epic poem Marmion
  73. 73.Savage switch for Diana, say
  74. 74.The Ring nebula can be seen in this constellation
  75. 75.Grandson of Titus in Titus Andronicus
  76. 76.Scoundrel wallowing in self certainty
  77. 77.Growl once as fabulous creature that's hunted gets detailed
  78. 78.Decorative knot, often made around a cylinder
  79. 79.Brown studies always with one in residence
  80. 80.Iron ____ is often called "fool's gold”
  81. 81.Played by Dustin Hoffman, Michael Dorsey's alter ego in the 1982 film Tootsie
  82. 82.Former department store on the east side of Moscow's Red Square
  83. 83.Very joyful call over solitary double bass
  84. 84.Forename apparently created by a misspelling in Shakespeare's Cymbeline
  85. 85."Uneasy lies the head that wears a ____” (Henry IV, Part 2)
  86. 86.Pleasant baron's naive bumbling