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  1. Incline to welcome unknown scorer?
  2. Seed split and removed from kelp, say - not a little impressive
  3. Farmhand's gadget mere lad manufactured with iron
  4. Barnacles are my business - pick here for French article
  5. Dope's sewn up
  6. Act of Chancellor? Cashier due to slip on Twitter?
  7. Fruitcake desperately wants ____
  8. Stable state is behind returning aptitude tests
  9. Offspring carrying mark of iron?
  10. Grouse mixed with this mineral could appear sacrilegious
  11. Twist in narrative catching half-cut person no longer passed up
  12. Release new tune about fantastic fans
  13. What's integral to some tremendous work by Pope, perhaps
  14. Something to eat Ionian character is eastern vernacular
  15. Measurements from tools in sets having new GUI installed
  16. Easy setter, even for the masses
  17. Panel split by American is open for cultivation
  18. Placed close to younger Silenus, eg
  19. One applied to feeding minor?
  20. I am flourishing because of special branch of medicine being fresh
  21. Believer in a vital force left in second place of the hardly celebs?
  22. Square chin in detective is strictly procedural detail?
  23. Process I had about flipping goodbyes
  24. Spook woman, one in chariot
  25. Well split by independent Journal's three-line verse
  26. Rocket previously sharp pest
  27. Peas from marshlands in the Borders male scythed
  28. Exigency led to shift to an extreme extent
  29. Break bust incorporating classic blokey bloke above Troy
  30. One thrashing about inside leaves states of bondage
  31. She won't give reference, a long established legal right
  32. Missile launcher (anti-tank) on latitude 50
  33. Born to keep oil up and down and up?
  34. Upper-class dimness you didn't get, we hear, in northern uni once
  35. Capuchin against a sectarian
  36. Take remedy endlessly being a type of eastern nettle
  37. US actress who once described herself as "ambisextrous"
  38. A division into factions, especially in a church
  39. Winner of the British Touring Car Championship in 1997 and 2000
  40. Of two plant or animal species, living together so that one benefits without benefiting or harming the other
  41. An offensive of the Vietnam War, named after the Vietnamese New Year
  42. The capital of Sudan
  43. Coats, jackets etc
  44. Actor who played Bela Lugosi in the 1994 film Ed Wood
  45. "Go away" as often misattributed to Norman Tebbit
  46. Informally, Norman Tebbit's successor as MP for Chingford
  47. Aroma, as that of perfume
  48. Poison secreted by a micro-organism into its surrounding environment
  49. Citrus fruit also called pomelo, apparently named after a sea captain who introduced it to the West Indies
  50. Measure by which Henry VIII was able to execute people without trials
  51. With roles in Fearless and Ordinary Lies, daughter of the actress who plays Coronation Street's Liz McDonald
  52. The ____ table is an arrangement of the elements
  53. In US slang, to turn to a life of crime or immorality
  54. Only male tennis player to win both Wimbledon and French Open singles titles for three years in a row
  55. Thorpe Park roller coaster named after a 2004 horror film
  56. Golfer who, in 2013, became the first English player to win the US Open since Tony Jacklin
  57. Comedian who had long-time partnerships with Rob Newman and Frank Skinner
  58. Body of water sometimes called America's Dead Sea
  59. French-American writer noted for her volumes of erotica
  60. One Albanian ____ is currently worth about 0.7p
  61. Verdi opera with an auto da fé scene
  62. Poet Laureate from 1984 until his death in 1998
  63. Informally, having the characteristics of both country and city life
  64. British triathlete who won gold medals at the 2012 and 2016 Olympic Games
  65. Title of respect in Malay, the equivalent of Mr or Sir
  66. Open pasture or grassland
  67. Pertaining to the longer of the forearm bones
  68. In 2011 this former Arsenal player became the Uefa Champions League's youngest ever English goal-scorer
  69. A junior heraldic officer of the English College of Arms
  70. Dickens novel featuring schoolmaster Wackford Squeers
  71. A North African supposedly descended from a son of Noah
  72. Minister of health, 1945-51
  73. A mountain pass, derived from the Latin word for "neck"
  74. Made more extreme or powerful
  75. Artist who said "I don't paint things. I only paint the differences between things"
  76. Video game featuring Lara Croft, released in September 2018, the twelfth mainline title of its series
  77. A hot paste used in north African cookery
  78. Fitted with mast and cables as most modern sailing boats are
  79. Indian city where the Golden Temple is located
  80. 2004 single by Kaiser Chiefs, following Oh My God
  81. 1997 novel by Arthur Golden, about Chiyo Sakamoto
  82. Norman ____'s 1964 painting The Problem We All Live With was seen as an iconic image for the civil rights movement
  83. In early 20th-century America, hitting the ____ meant touring for evangelical meetings
  84. Wimbledon and French and US Open men's singles winner in 1989
  85. Colourful loose shirt of African origin
  86. Somewhat anomalous material, first named as such by Arthur Schuster
  87. The ____ veins take deoxygenated blood from the head to the heart
  88. An epithet for the Greek goddess Athena
  89. Formerly a word used to describe a Native American woman, long considered derogatory
  90. The present tense conjugation of this Latin verb starts with "sum, est, es"
  91. Linear polymer which carries genetic information
  92. "It can only be attributable to human error" (____ in 2001: A Space Odyssey)
  93. Auctor Atheniensis qui comoedias Ranas et Nubes scripsit
  94. Follem, a ball (acc); cave ne capillum neve hastam adhibeas
  95. He's been there and tried it, trust him (dat) ____ crede
  96. With your little eyes
  97. Frangi, violentia divelli
  98. Of the man himself
  99. The poor man "nudum et ____ rogantem" (Juvenal 3.210): naked and begging for scraps
  100. Pax, absentia clamorum vel laboris

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