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  1. Medical term for the human armpit
  2. Cardiff 2 known as Chippy Lane
  3. Beeban __, OBE, director of Oranges are not the Only Fruit and Bridget Jones: The Edge of Reason
  4. Founding member and rhythm guitarist for the Grateful Dead
  5. 1920 novel by Sinclair Lewis set in Gopher Prairie, Minnesota
  6. New York basketball team
  7. A card of elevated status in a trick-taking game
  8. Entrepreneur known for creating Tesla cars
  9. River forming, in part, the border between Russia and China
  10. Ancient Greek name for the lands north of the Black Sea
  11. Edna __, author of The Country Girls (1962) and House of Splendid Isolation (1994)
  12. Paul __, former England football captain
  13. George __, Mr Darcys troublesome ward in Pride and Prejudice
  14. Raul __ Cuban leader
  15. Market 2 in Brixton, south London that was the first not to need gas lights?
  16. The 1 2 in West Belfast?
  17. See 1
  18. See 6 Down
  19. See 4 Down
  20. __ Agassi, tennis champion
  21. Hot dry Mediterranean wind, usually blowing from the south east
  22. Member of Rwandas minority ethnic group
  23. Lighthouse southwest of the Scilly Isles
  24. Sovereign country on the French Riviera
  25. Audio-visual artist whose works include Sound Mirrors (1999) and Kodak (2006)
  26. An ornamental case used for carrying small tools
  27. The father of Goneril, Regan and Cordelia?
  28. See 2
  29. Composer who may be JS or Offen-, according to Victor Borge?
  30. Villa __, house and public gardens in Rome
  31. What Jeffrey Bernard so often was?
  32. US sports term for a highly effective team member
  33. A Israelite king - or a measure of champagne?
  34. Pierre-Auguste __, artist whose works include La Parisienne (1874)
  35. The designer of the Crystal Palace
  36. Waterway also known as the Strait of Istanbul
  37. Aldous __, author of Brave New World
  38. __ Park, public space in Salford
  39. Liturgical vestment commonly worn by priests during Holy Communion
  40. The capital of Botswana
  41. Dominic __ MP, former Attorney General and now a leading Remainer
  42. Holden Caulfields sister in The Catcher in the Rye
  43. Ottoman ruler, 1788-1822
  44. The Greek equivalent of Cupid
  45. Building and university in Paris
  46. Bois de __, public gardens in Paris
  47. See 18 Across
  48. Pejorative epithet used against working class Britons
  49. See 12
  50. Patrick __, star of Dirty Dancing
  51. Medulla __, part of the brain responsible for involuntary functions such as sneezing
  52. Relating to the chest?
  53. Vegetable appearing on the badge of the Welsh Guards
  54. Cambridge college founded in 1584
  55. Irelands longest river
  56. Michael __, co-author of Call Me Dave (2015)
  57. Trevor __, South African comedian and host of The Daily Show
  58. Historian and author of The Age of Extremes
  59. See 21 Across
  60. See 17
  61. Greek historian from the 5th century BC
  62. Sikh practice of letting ones hair grow naturally
  63. Editors shorthand for from the same source
  64. SI unit of electrical resistance
  65. Another name for a shooting star
  66. Historian and presenter of the BBCs A History of Britain
  67. __, Cambridge professor of classics
  68. Moeen __, English cricketer
  69. Occupation of Albrecht Dürer and Chaim Goldberg
  70. Cecil John __, imperialist buried in the Matobo Hills, Zimbabwe
  71. What the Boomtown Rats didnt like in 1979
  72. Jimmy __, England footballer and BBC pundit
  73. Percussion instrument made of wooden bars which are played with a mallet
  74. Moazzam __, British citizen held at Guantanamo, 2003-2005
  75. Savings account replaced by ISAs from 1999
  76. Anne __, English queen 1533-1536
  77. Stateless people from Rakhine state in 10
  78. French city on the Loire
  79. The __, Jack London novel set in the Yukon
  80. Pierre de __, French mathematician known for his last theorem
  81. River flowing through Perth, Australia
  82. City on the Arno
  83. Nobel laureate from 10, now condemned for the treatment of the 9
  84. Wilhelm von __, Enlightenment thinker known for writing The Limits of State Action
  85. __ Skinner, character in EastEnders played by Gretchen Franklin
  86. Epic poem attributed to Homer
  87. Country whose capital is Naypyidaw
  88. Constellation that includes the Pleiades and the Hyades
  89. The Norse god of thunder
  90. Ancient Greek advocate of a happy life based on ataraxia and aponia
  91. London insurance market
  92. Russian cabbage soup
  93. __ Pacific, international airline based in Hong Kong
  94. Jamaican citrus fruit
  95. Pale yellowish cloth originally from Nanjing, China
  96. See 10
  97. Name for what is now Thailand
  98. See 5 Down
  99. Annual meteor shower
  100. City in Nevada - or Bill Clintons Attorney General?

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