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  1. 2002 film comedy starring DJ Qualls and Eliza Dushku
  2. Classic ballet practice posture with back erect and knees bent
  3. Team ball game of Native American origin
  4. Ub , American animator whose creations include Flip the Frog and Willie Whopper
  5. Large island of the Outer Hebrides whose main settlement is Lochmaddy
  6. 1973 film comedy starring, directed and co-written by Woody Allen
  7. See 14 Down
  8. Al , poet portrayed by Jared Harris in 2003 biopic Sylvia
  9. Freshwater diving bird with lobed membranes along each toe
  10. King of the Huns who attempted to conquer Roman Gaul in 451
  11. William , actor who played Butch Cavendish in 2013 Western film The Lone Ranger
  12. Small flying insect resembling a mosquito
  13. Lookout platform on the masthead of a ship
  14. Ancient long road that extended from Rome to Brindisi
  15. Street in Shepherds Bush, London, once home to a Gaumont Film Company studio complex
  16. Gustav , English composer of The Planets suite
  17. Dandy , actress who played Elsie Garnett in BBC TV sitcom Till Death Us Do Part
  18. Yarn spun from the coat of sheep, goats or other animals
  19. See 13 Across
  20. Epistle to the , tenth book of the New Testament
  21. S , India Test cricketer who took 5-40 against South Africa in Johannesburg in 2006
  22. 1969-76 ITV sketch show starring Les Dawson
  23. Asian republic; capital Beirut
  24. Adele , author of novels Game Over and Playing Away
  25. Christian , French couturier noted for his New Look
  26. Artie , US jazz clarinettist and band leader who died in 2004
  27. 2001 novel by Barbara Taylor Bradford
  28. Highest mountain in the world
  29. Kingdom in the SW Pacific; capital Nukualofa
  30. Elisha , American inventor of an elevator safety brake in 1852
  31. Max , 2010 and 2012 Superbike World Championship winner
  32. Ehud , prime minister of Israel from 1999-2001
  33. City in North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany, housing the German Mining Museum
  34. Dewi , rugby union wing; 1959 Wales Test debutant against England
  35. Town in W Belgium; scene of many battles in World War One
  36. Sepp , president of FIFA from 1998-2016
  37. 1970 film drama starring Gregory Peck and Tuesday Weld
  38. Variety of celery with a large turnip-like root
  39. Preliminary report of British government proposals published to stimulate discussion
  40. Luciano , motor racing driver; 2000 F1 debutant in the Austrian GP
  41. Any of a series of Soviet satellites such as I, launched in 1957
  42. Geoffrey , Labour MP for Ashfield from 1992-2010; 1999-2005 Secretary of State for Defence
  43. 1972 Western film starring John Wayne and Roscoe Lee Browne
  44. See 6 Across
  45. Twining plant cultivated for its edible tuber
  46. Arnold , English composer of symphonic poem Tintagel which premiered in 1921
  47. Green and yellow woodland bird with a black head
  48. Darcey , British ballerina; judge on BBC TV show Strictly Come Dancing
  49. Milton , prime minister of Uganda from 1962-66
  50. See 2
  51. Arthur , 1958 Commonwealth shot put gold medallist
  52. Viral disease of West Africa named after a village in NW Nigeria
  53. Visible projection of the thyroid cartilege of the larynx at the front of the neck
  54. 1949 film musical starring Gene Kelly and Frank Sinatra
  55. Bruce , US winner of the 1981 and 1982 Speedway World Championships
  56. Frank , Best Actor in a Leading Role Oscar nominee for Frost/Nixon
  57. Japanese stringed musical instrument
  58. Fess , actor who played the title role in US television series Daniel Boone and Mr Smith Goes to Washington
  59. Breakfast cereal; a mixture of oats, dried fruit and nuts
  60. Karl , Deputy White House Chief of Staff to George W Bush portrayed by Toby Jones in 2008 film drama W
  61. Allen , US poet whose volumes include 1956s Howl and Other Poems
  62. In football, a score by a team member against their own side
  63. Hardwood of tropical Africa used as a substitute for teak
  64. Henry John , US food manufacturer noted for advertising slogan 57 Varieties
  65. See 1
  66. English football club; 1982 European Cup Final winners
  67. Brandt , US golfer; 2007 and 2018 Wyndham Championship tournament winner
  68. Paul , actor who played Calvin Weir-Fields in 2012 comedy-drama film Ruby Sparks
  69. Shane , director of films Somers Town and A Room for Romeo Brass
  70. Singer-actress who played Doralee Rhodes in 1980 film comedy Nine to Five
  71. See 4 Across
  72. US city housing Illinois Wesleyan University
  73. 2003 novel by Robin McKinley
  74. The , Alfred Tennyson poem about Sir Richard Grenville and the 1591 Battle of Flores with the Spanish fleet in the Azores
  75. See 2
  76. City in Tamil Nadu, India, on the bank of the River Cauvery
  77. See 10 Across
  78. See 22
  79. Low-altitude communications satellite launched by the US in 1962
  80. 1995 biopic starring Leonardo DiCaprio and David Thewlis as Arthur Rimbaud and Paul Verlaine
  81. Rugby union flanker; 1985 France Test debutant against Argentina
  82. Capital of the Sultanate of Oman
  83. Roman goddess of agriculture
  84. Dave , author of 2013 novel The Circle
  85. Island in Indonesia; capital Denpasar
  86. See 10
  87. See 9
  88. The , 1986 novel by Mary Wesley
  89. Market town in Lincolnshire noted for its annual Flower Festival
  90. Pair of short cloth gaiters covering the instep and ankle
  91. Mike , actor who played the title role in films Waynes World and Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery
  92. Thomas , English economist who authored 1798s An Essay on the Principle of Population
  93. In weaving, yarn woven across the width of a fabric
  94. 1957 novel by Nevil Shute
  95. 1990 film thriller starring Kiefer Sutherland and Julia Roberts
  96. Egyptian god of music and pleasure
  97. Tony , snooker player; 1989 British Open tournament winner
  98. 1949 film drama starring Kirk Douglas and Marilyn Maxwell
  99. North American freshwater fish such as the white
  100. Ruth , Secretary of State for Education and Skills from 2004-06

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