Category: The Independents Jumbo General Crossword Answers
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  1. 1.TV presenter who won a silver medal in the 400 metre individual medley at the 1980 Olympics in Moscow
  2. 2.Title of the second album by The Nice, from an aphorism attributed to Hippocrates
  3. 3.Port in Brittany that is France's chief naval station
  4. 4.Novella by Ernest Hemingway written in Cuba in 1951 and published in 1952
  5. 5.American soul singer shot dead by the manager of the Hacienda Motel in Los Angeles in 1964
  6. 6.English crime writer who created Lord Peter Wimsey and Harriet Vane
  7. 7.Projectile containing a number of small pellets or bullets exploded before impact, named after the English army officer who invented it
  8. 8.In Greek mythology, the daughter of Minos and Pasiphaë who gave Theseus the thread with which he found his way out of the Minotaur's labyrinth
  9. 9.Greek god of war, identified with Roman Mars
  10. 10.Traditional herbal liqueur similar to absinthe from the Savoy region of Europe
  11. 11.1997 sci-fi film starring Ethan Hawke, Uma Thurman and Jude Law
  12. 12.Syrup derived from the dried rhizome and roots of a Brazilian plant that is used as an emetic
  13. 13.French poet, journalist, and novelist who won the Nobel Prize in Literature in 1921
  14. 14.Globular clouds at about 6,500 feet to 20,000 feet
  15. 15.Roman Emperor from AD 117 to 138
  16. 16.Either of two points lying at the extremities of an eccentric orbit of a planet, satellite, etc.
  17. 17.Native American people living in Ontario, Saskatchewan and Manitoba
  18. 18.Fear of the number 13
  19. 19.In the Old Testament, the son of Phinehas, born on the day that the Israelites' Ark of God was taken into Philistine captivity
  20. 20.Common name for Southern African tree, traditionally used to make Zulu spears
  21. 21.Italian town that was a major Mediterranean port from the 10th to the 18th century
  22. 22.Title shared by hit singles for Bryan Adams, Rage, Whitney Houston and Roxette
  23. 23.In classical mythology, women participants in the orgiastic rites of Dionysus
  24. 24.The second son of Adam and Eve
  25. 25.Film that won seven Oscars, including Best Picture, Best Actress and Best Supporting Actress
  26. 26.1983 single by The Smiths covered by Sandie Shaw a year later
  27. 27.Another name for a polygraph
  28. 28.Market town that was once the central Cinque Port, between Hastings and New Romney to the west and Dover and Sandwich to the east
  29. 29.Communications code word for the letter P
  30. 30.Peter ___, New Zealand middle-distance runner who won three Olympic gold medals
  31. 31.The fourth studio album by Pearl Jam, released in 1996
  32. 32.The remains of a Neolithic burial cairn, located on Anglezarke moor in Lancashire
  33. 33.1952 Howard Hawks western starring Kirk Douglas, Arthur Hunnicutt and Dewey Martin
  34. 34.The Finnish name for Finland
  35. 35.Pioneer company in arcade games, home video game consoles and home computers with a logo based on Mount Fuji
  36. 36.The inability or refusal to swallow
  37. 37.Poem written by Wilfred Owen in 1917 and published posthumously in 1920
  38. 38.16-day festival held each year in Munich
  39. 39.The third largest city in the Canton of Zürich
  40. 40.Former standard monetary unit of Greece, replaced by the euro in 2002
  41. 41.A double fold of peritoneum connecting the stomach with other abdominal organs
  42. 42.A mountain range in Victoria also known by the name Gariwerd
  43. 43.In the New Testament, a Pharisee who supported Jesus against the other Pharisees
  44. 44.French city that was the scene of the coronation of most French monarchs
  45. 45.Popular Isle of Wight seaside resort on Sandown Bay
  46. 46.German city that is the leading administrative centre of the Ruhr