Category: The Independents Jumbo General Crossword Answers
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  1. 1.American guitarist who died in London in 1970
  2. 2.A word imputing a characteristic to a noun or pronoun
  3. 3.A wall or jetty built out from a riverbank or seashore to control erosion
  4. 4.In ancient Greece, a passionate choral hymn in honour of Dionysus
  5. 5.A small usually ornamented case for holding needles, cosmetics, or other small articles
  6. 6.The brightest star in the constellation Lyra
  7. 7.Nontechnical name for the clavicle
  8. 8.Bass guitarist of The Who who died in 2002
  9. 9.BBC TV sitcom set in a small-town café in Nazi-occupied France during WWII
  10. 10.French brandy distilled from the remains of grapes pressed for wine-making
  11. 11.An antimicrobial substance applied to living tissue to reduce the possibility of infection
  12. 12."___ is fatal only to the mediocre” (Albert Camus)
  13. 13.Canadian singer-songwriter and guitarist who co-founded the band Buffalo Springfield with Stephen Stills
  14. 14.The guitarist in Led Zeppelin
  15. 15.A clergyman attached to a cathedral who is not a member of the chapter
  16. 16.The second album by U2, released in 1981
  17. 17.David ___, English bowls champion who won the Commonwealth Games singles bowls championship on four occasions
  18. 18.BBC drama series in which Nigel Le Vaillant originally played the central role
  19. 19.A sulphur-containing amino acid important in the metabolism of fats
  20. 20.The Italian word for coffee
  21. 21.English rugby league footballer named Man of Steel for the 2020 season
  22. 22.Oscar-winning actress whose children include Kate Hudson
  23. 23.American author and poet, best remembered for his accounts of pioneering life in California
  24. 24.James ___, British prime minister from 1976 to 1979
  25. 25.The first black footballer to represent England in a full international match
  26. 26.A toxic silvery-white metallic element of the lanthanide series, occurring principally in monazite
  27. 27.The southern school of Buddhism, literally "the teaching of the elders"
  28. 28.Laurent ___, French cyclist who won the Tour de France twice, in 1983 and 1984
  29. 29.Italian former footballer, awarded the Ballon d'Or in 1969, who became an MEP
  30. 30.Vaslav ___, Russian ballet dancer and choreographer of Polish descent who died in 1950
  31. 31.The official currency unit of Indonesia
  32. 32.The bow of a vessel
  33. 33.Island country in the eastern Caribbean Sea whose capital is Castries
  34. 34.Thoroughfare in New York City famous for its theatres
  35. 35.The NW division of Oceania, which includes the Mariana, Caroline, Marshall, and Kiribati island groups, and Nauru Island
  36. 36.River giving its name to what is usually considered the first battle of the Crimean War
  37. 37.1976 live album by Bob Dylan
  38. 38.Sam ___, American actor after whom a theatre next to the Globe Theatre in London is named
  39. 39.Island and county off the northwest coast of Wales known as Ynys Môn in Welsh
  40. 40.1990 sci-fi film starring Tim Matheson, Charlton Heston and Peter Boyle
  41. 41.The head of government of Ireland
  42. 42.Song by Ray Charles, released as a single in 1959
  43. 43.English blues guitarist who founded Fleetwood Mac
  44. 44.Guitarist whose groups included Cream and Blind Faith
  45. 45.One of the royal cities of the Canaanites, called "the glory of Israel" by Micah
  46. 46.Rubén ___, Nicaraguan poet who initiated the Spanish-American literary movement known as modernismo