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  1. Character in the Matrix film series played by Keanu Reeves
  2. Play by Henrik Ibsen first performed in December 1879
  3. The dwelling place of the principal gods in Norse mythology
  4. Romanian former ice hockey and tennis player who managed Boris Becker from 1984 to 1993
  5. A strap-shaped membranous outgrowth at the junction between the leaf blade and sheath in many grasses
  6. Italian composer whose works include the suites The Fountains of Rome and The Pines of Rome
  7. The Greatest ___, 2017 musical film starring Hugh Jackman as P T Barnum
  8. Of an angle, lying between 90 and 180 degrees
  9. Jockey who rode Snow Knight to victory in the 1974 Derby
  10. Nicolas __, British-born director whose films include Dont Look Now and The Man Who Fell to Earth
  11. Birds of the Old World family Coraciidae
  12. Diminutive hero of several English folk tales whose name was used by Charles Stratton in P T Barnums circus
  13. A set of transparencies of facial characteristics that can be used to build up a picture of a person sought by the police
  14. 1996 album by Beth Orton
  15. The tree Ficus benghalensis that has aerial roots that grow down into the soil
  16. British music hall song written by Charles Collins, Fred E Terry and E A Sheppard for Harry Champion
  17. French city that was the ancient capital of Brittany
  18. Character in the BBC sitcom Blackadder II played by Patsy Byrne
  19. Very hard brittle bluish-white metal with the atomic number 76
  20. Nastassja ___, German-born actress whose films include Tess, Cat People and Paris, Texas
  21. Former manager of the French national team who managed Rangers from 2006 to 2007
  22. Handsome youth in Greek mythology who was loved by Aphrodite
  23. In Britain, another name for hawthorn, cowslip or marsh marigold
  24. Play by Harold Pinter first performed in April 1960
  25. In music, a brisk lively movement whose name means joke in Italian
  26. Current affairs programme that caused the resignation of George Entwistle as Director-General of the BBC
  27. See 27
  28. Industrial city in Baden-Wurttemberg, Germany, on the Danube
  29. Ethiopian athlete, winner of two gold medals at the 1980 Olympics, known as the Shifter
  30. The Cambodian communist party which seized power in a civil war in 1975
  31. American actor whose films include Some Like It Hot, Spartacus and The Boston Strangler
  32. The sixth-largest city in Israel
  33. See 43
  34. A very short sleeve on a garment
  35. Region and former province of France between the Vosges mountains and the Rhine
  36. BBC soap opera first broadcast in February 1985
  37. A long sleeveless outer vestment worn by a priest when celebrating Mass
  38. American soul singer who died in a plane crash a month before his biggest hit, (Sittin On) The Dock of the Bay, was released
  39. Instrument formerly used to measure the altitude of stars and planets and as a navigational aid
  40. English actor whose films include Women in Love, Castaway and Gladiator
  41. 1988 film starring Mel Gibson, Michelle Pfeiffer and Kurt Russell
  42. French couturier who popularised trousers for women
  43. Chairman of the Financial Services Authority from 2008 until its abolition in 2013
  44. 1922 silent film starring Rudolph Valentino
  45. Bird also called a green plover or pewit
  46. 1953 John Huston film, written with Truman Capote, intended as a parody of The Maltese Falcon
  47. Small seabird that is the only member of the genus Halocyptena
  48. American jazz drummer hired to play in Tommy Dorseys orchestra in 1938
  49. The northernmost county of England
  50. Dutch actor who played replicant Roy Batty in the 1982 film Blade Runner
  51. Industrial city in NW Spain that is capital of Asturias
  52. An opinion or doctrine contrary to the orthodox tenets of a church
  53. Settlement in Argyll and Bute, Scotland, on the eastern shore of Loch Fyne
  54. The largest city in Louisiana
  55. Latin word used in formal correspondence for the previous month
  56. Australian rock band formerly fronted by Michael Hutchence
  57. Novella by Henry James, first published in Scribners Magazine in 1888
  58. Pen name of William Sidney Porter
  59. Stage name of Marshall Bruce Mathers III
  60. Landlocked African country whose capital is Juba
  61. Pat ___, Australian tennis player who won the mens singles at Wimbledon in 1987
  62. Plant, also called eddo, cultivated in the tropics for its large edible rootstock
  63. See 9
  64. 1975 film sequel to the 1969 Western True Grit starring John Wayne and Katharine Hepburn
  65. Arthur ___, American tennis player who won the mens singles at Wimbledon in 1975
  66. Words on a cake eaten by the heroine of Alices Adventures in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll
  67. Rod ___, journalist who is an associate editor of The Spectator and former editor of BBC Radio 4s Today programme
  68. 1997 film starring Jim Carrey as lawyer Fletcher Reed
  69. Industrial city on the River Avon
  70. Aromatic shrub that is the traditional flower of remembrance
  71. 1990 film by Luc Besson about an assassin
  72. A small boat whose name is derived from Hindi
  73. See 53
  74. Section of Aaron Coplands ballet Rodeo covered by Emerson, Lake & Palmer on their album Trilogy
  75. English racing driver who won the Formula One World Championship in 1976
  76. Market town in the Cotswold Hills whose residents include Rebekah Brooks and Jeremy Clarkson
  77. The smallest county in the Republic of Ireland
  78. George ___, English novelist, caricaturist and illustrator best known for Trilby
  79. 1990 film starring Robin Williams and Robert De Niro, based on Oliver Sackss 1973 memoir of the same name
  80. American actress, singer and dancer who played Kathy Selden in the musical Singin in the Rain
  81. Best Supporting Actress Oscar-winner for her role in the film West Side Story
  82. Bobby ___, US chess player who was world champion from 1972 to 1975
  83. The largest city in the Chubu region of Japan
  84. Maiden name of Emily Bishop in Coronation Street
  85. The derived SI unit of electric charge
  86. See 30
  87. Barbara ___, English sculptor made a Dame in 1965
  88. A shore bird of the genus Haematopus
  89. Formerly, a knife for cutting or thrusting
  90. Generic name for any syrup made during the refining of sugar cane
  91. Winners of the first two World Cups in cricket
  92. Hollywood actress born in Hampstead Garden Suburb in 1932
  93. In German legend, a siren said to lure boatmen to destruction
  94. Substance secreted by the pharyngeal glands of worker bees and fed to larvae destined to become queens
  95. The only American-born driver to win the Formula One World Drivers Championship
  96. The first Plantagenet king of England
  97. Tottenham-born singer who won an Oscar for Best Original Song for Skyfall
  98. In baseball, a division of the game consisting of a turn at bat and a turn in the field for each side
  99. Louise ___, Woody Allens second wife, whose films include Take the Money and Run and Bananas
  100. American TV Western series in which Clint Eastwood played the character Rowdy Yates

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