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  1. Japanese art form whose name means tray planting
  2. The capital of Norway
  3. __ Sinclair, author of The Jungle (1904)
  4. Recess in church design also known as an exedra
  5. Reinhold __, US theologian whose works include Moral Man and Immoral Society (1932)
  6. Title given to the resident of the University of St Andrews
  7. The German for dream
  8. Mountain range in County Down
  9. BBC arts show hosted by Alan Yentob
  10. City spanning the Bosphorus
  11. Baruch __, Portuguese Enlightenment philosopher (1632-1677)
  12. Rock band whose hits include Wonderwall
  13. The river Thames in Oxford
  14. Miss __, detective created by Agatha Christie
  15. The capital of the DRC
  16. A quadrilateral with sides of the same length
  17. The Spanish word for shandy
  18. European trade association whose members include Norway and Iceland
  19. Maghrebi hot chilli pepper paste
  20. The capital of Zimbabwe
  21. The __, magazine founded in 1992 by Richard Ingrams
  22. The capital of Tajikistan
  23. Arabic name meaning lion
  24. Kingdom once ruled by Frederick the Great
  25. The capital of Chad
  26. The capital of Mozambique
  27. Skin cancer associated with the diagnosis of HIV
  28. Japanese manufacturer of commercial vehicles
  29. Korean popular music
  30. Gertrude __, author whose works include The Autobiography of Alice B. Toklas
  31. Annual event to raise awareness of HIV and its consequences
  32. Large biting fly that is endemic to tropical Africa
  33. Syrias second city
  34. Country that became a Union in 1910 and a Republic in 1961
  35. The ship on which Jason sailed in pursuit of the Golden Fleece
  36. See 12 Down
  37. A German sportswear brand - or an American big cat
  38. Ancient city in Afghanistan
  39. See 24 Across
  40. Dance from 24 16 associated with protests and sports events
  41. Archipelago that stretches west from mainland Alaska
  42. See 6
  43. The Chesapeake Bay state?
  44. __ Potter, mother of Harry
  45. Gwyneth Paltrows lifestyle brand
  46. See 11
  47. Resort town on the French Riviera
  48. Generic suffix that means scandal
  49. The lone star state?
  50. Island where Excalibur was made
  51. Anna __, Russian journalist murdered in Moscow in 2006
  52. See 4 Down
  53. Disputed region between India and Pakistan
  54. Zoe __, comedian and regular on Mock the Qeek
  55. Maxim __, Soviet realist writer
  56. John Craces unimprovable nickname for the prime minister?
  57. Brute creatures encountered by Gulliver on his travels
  58. __ qui mal y pense; the motto of the Order of the Garter
  59. 1980 disaster film parody starring Robert Hays and Julie Hagerty
  60. Daphne Caruana __, journalist murdered in Malta in 2017
  61. Newspaper for which Anna 22 wrote
  62. See 8
  63. Nickname given to New Orleans
  64. UCI cycling team whose riders include Chris Froome and Geraint Jones
  65. The destination for Orwells Road?
  66. The capital of Bolivia
  67. __ Previn, wife of Woody Allen
  68. The fourth New Testament traveller on the road between Jerusalem and Jericho?
  69. Another name for the gum
  70. See 1
  71. Saudi Arabian journalist murdered in Istanbul in 2018
  72. Pesticide banned in 1972
  73. Fence from whom Oliver Twist tries to escape
  74. Greek principality in the Crimean peninsula, conquered by the Ottomans in the fifteenth century
  75. __ Seehorn,co- star of Better Call Saul
  76. Kofi __, UN Secretary-General 1997 - 2006
  77. See 21
  78. See 4 Across
  79. The ratio of a circles circumference to its diameter
  80. Area bordering 18A
  81. See 21
  82. Old shopping street in the centre of Moscow
  83. The capital of Mali
  84. Country making up the western half of Hispaniola
  85. Umberto Ecos 1980 thriller set in a medieval monastery
  86. US civil rights group founded in 1909
  87. Internet abbreviation to indicate a personal view
  88. 1955 novel by Nikos Kazantzakis, filmed in 1987 by Martin Scorsese
  89. North African desert
  90. 2017 film based on the novel Blue Angel by Francine Prose
  91. District of both London and New York
  92. See 21
  93. The Hindu god of destruction
  94. Charlie __, co-star of The Fast Show
  95. The Christian feast day that celebrates the revelation of God incarnate
  96. See 4
  97. Timber from palm trees
  98. The year in which Augustus Caesar died
  99. The fourth largest of the Great Lakes
  100. German term for, roughly, the area from the Rhine to the Vistula and the Baltic to the Balkans

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