Category: The Independents Jumbo General Crossword Answers
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  1. 1.A mixture of pollen and nectar also called ambrosia
  2. 2.Another name for hemp
  3. 3.Egon ___, painter and draughtsman who was a leading exponent of Austrian expressionism
  4. 4.Tree or shrub of the genus Crataegus, also called may
  5. 5.Independent state in the SW Pacific whose capital is Honiara
  6. 6.Motto of the Prince of Wales
  7. 7.English sailor and three-times Olympic gold medallist, in the Laser class in 2000 and the Finn class in 2004 and 2008
  8. 8.1978 single by Rose Royce that reached number 3 in the UK
  9. 9.German high jumper who won the women's Olympic title in 1972 and 1984
  10. 10.The brightest star in the sky
  11. 11.Tommaso ___, Italian composer of the Neapolitan School who served as music director for Catherine the Great of Russia from 1768 to 1775
  12. 12.African country whose capital is Khartoum
  13. 13.Wading bird with a booming call
  14. 14.The mountain maple, a species native to North America
  15. 15.Island in the Pacific Ocean that is the largest and southernmost of the Marianas
  16. 16.A graduated scale shaped like a figure eight showing the daily declination of the sun
  17. 17.1998 animated film featuring the voices of Kevin Spacey, Madeline Kahn and Roddy McDowall
  18. 18.Former province of Czechoslovakia whose Czech name is Cechy
  19. 19.Variety of tuna much used in Japanese cuisine
  20. 20.Capital of the Loiret département in France
  21. 21.Latin Christmas carol that gave Steeleye Span a hit single in 1973
  22. 22.An early 16th-century trick-taking card game for two people played with a reduced deck
  23. 23.Alternative rock band formed by Courtney Love and Eric Erlandson in 1989
  24. 24.Actor born Carlos Irwin Estevez
  25. 25.English singer who came to prominence as half of the duo Yazoo
  26. 26.Colourless radioactive element with the atomic number 86
  27. 27.Variety of mandarin orange sometimes called an Algerian tangerine
  28. 28.Saturday afternoon BBC2 children's programme whose presenters included Brian Cant, Johnny Ball and Janine Sharp
  29. 29.1999 album by Carlos Santana that won nine Grammy Awards
  30. 30.Surname of the Norwegian figure skater after whom the Axel is named
  31. 31.The local representative of the king in a shire until the early 11th century
  32. 32.Egypt's chief port
  33. 33.Chinese tree cultivated for its round edible fruits
  34. 34.The only footballer to have scored a hat-trick in all four English divisions, the League Cup, the FA Cup and for his country at International level
  35. 35.Sultanate in SE Arabia whose capital is Muscat
  36. 36.2015 musical by Lin-Manuel Miranda about an American Founding Father
  37. 37.Marcus ___, ally of Caesar, triumvir and afterwards enemy of Augustus
  38. 38.Primary villain in the Robin Hood stories
  39. 39.A creeping plant of the mint family with bluish-purple flowers
  40. 40.Nedum ___, Nigerian footballer at Manchester City who has become a TV pundit
  41. 41.T S Eliot poem that contains the lines "This is the way the world ends/Not with a bang but a whimper"
  42. 42.1999 film starring Chris O'Donnell and Renée Zellweger and featuring the acting debut of singer Mariah Carey
  43. 43.1982 US science fiction film starring Jeff Bridges, re-released in 2011
  44. 44.A 1976 album by Joni Mitchell
  45. 45.1971 film starring Richard Roundtree in the title role
  46. 46.A direct vote by the electorate of a state, region, etc, on some question of usually national importance
  47. 47.Tropical American plant of the genus Tagetes