Category: The Independents Jumbo General Crossword Answers
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  1. 1.J Arthur ___, British industrialist whose companies dominated the British film industry in the 1940s and 1950s
  2. 2.Wading bird of the family Threskiornithidae considered sacred in ancient Egypt
  3. 3.A fairy servant to Titania in A Midsummer Nights Dream by William Shakespeare
  4. 4.1964 musical with lyrics and music by Jerry Herman, based on Thornton Wilders 1938 farce The Merchant of Yonkers
  5. 5.Creature who lived at the centre of the Cretan Labyrinth until killed by Theseus
  6. 6.Town in North Holland on the IJsselmeer noted for its cheese
  7. 7.Japanese city that hosted the first Winter Olympics held in Asia
  8. 8.Any of various shrubs or small trees of the genus Syringa
  9. 9.See 15
  10. 10.African country whose capital is Cairo
  11. 11.In classical mythology, a woman participant in the orgiastic rites of Dionysus
  12. 12.See 8
  13. 13.Mexican tortilla containing cheese and other ingredients, folded in half to form a half-moon shape
  14. 14.Ancient port in Israel founded by Herod the Great that was the capital of Roman Palestine
  15. 15.French city with a ferry link to Portsmouth
  16. 16.Town in Oxfordshire that hosts the largest one-day agricultural show in Britain
  17. 17.A clear, colourless fruit brandy produced by fermentation and double distillation
  18. 18.Technical name for the collarbone
  19. 19.City in California that was the capital of Spains Pacific empire from 1774 to 1825
  20. 20.The plant Verbascum thapsus, that has woolly leaves and tall erect spikes of yellow flowers
  21. 21.Welsh actor best known for playing the title role in the TV series Hornblower
  22. 22.The former name of Thailand
  23. 23.Joe ___, former England footballer who managed Oldham Athletic, Everton, Manchester City and Ipswich Town
  24. 24.County of NW Republic of Ireland, on the Atlantic
  25. 25.The opening through which air enters a jet engine
  26. 26.Omnivorous mammal of the genera Nasua and Nasuella, of Central and South America
  27. 27.French daily newspaper founded in Paris by Jean-Paul Sartre and Serge July in 1973
  28. 28.The 16th president of the United States of America
  29. 29.The youngest member of Englands 1966 World Cup winning team
  30. 30.A four-wheeled horse-drawn carriage, popular in the 19th century, with a retractable hood over the rear half
  31. 31.French drink made from barley or almonds, and orange flower water
  32. 32.Largest island of French Polynesia
  33. 33.Town in Umbria that was the birthplace of St Francis, who founded the Franciscan religious order there in 1208
  34. 34.Stefan ___, Swedish tennis player who won the mens singles at Wimbledon in 1988 and 1990
  35. 35.A small ornamented case for holding needles and other small articles
  36. 36.Oscar-winning 2001 film based on the life of John Forbes Nash
  37. 37.1965 Top 10 hit for The Kinks whose B-side was I Need You
  38. 38.Large crocodilian of the southern US with powerful jaws and sharp teeth
  39. 39.Michael Jacksons first solo album on Epic Records, produced by Quincy Jones
  40. 40.Any of a class of compounds produced by reaction between acids and alcohols with the elimination of water
  41. 41.To ___, poem by John Keats written in September 1819
  42. 42.The ___, monthly magazine launched in 1992 by Richard Ingrams
  43. 43.Ivy League university founded in 1701
  44. 44.A recurring movement in Pictures at an Exhibition by Modest Mussorgsky
  45. 45.Religious cult associated with Haiti
  46. 46.Italian adventurer famous for his autobiography, Histoire de ma vie
  47. 47.1936 documentary film featuring a poem by W H Auden and music by Benjamin Britten
  48. 48.1884 opera by Jules Massenet based on a 1731 novel by the Abbé Prévost
  49. 49.1988 film starring Tom Cruise as a business student who takes up bartending
  50. 50.Roman general and governor of Britain who advanced Roman rule north to the Firth of Forth
  51. 51.Any elementary particle capable of taking part in a strong nuclear interaction
  52. 52.Greek-born economist convicted of perverting the course of justice with her former husband, MP Chris Huhne, in 2013
  53. 53.The great circle on the celestial sphere representing the apparent annual path of the sun relative to the stars
  54. 54.Actor best known for playing Neil in the TV series The Young Ones
  55. 55.A wart, especially one growing on the hand or foot
  56. 56.Brian ___, controversial English art critic, who was the illegitimate son of the composer Peter Warlock
  57. 57.1957 film that gave Elvis Presley his first starring role, as singing delivery man Deke Rivers
  58. 58.Bomber that dropped the first atomic bomb to be used in war
  59. 59.J P ___, Irish American novelist and playwright whose novels include The Ginger Man and A Fairy Tale of New York
  60. 60.Christian saint from Lincolnshire, 673"714, particularly venerated in the Fens
  61. 61.The capital of Slovakia
  62. 62.Starchy cereal obtained from the powdered pith of a palm
  63. 63.A long-legged carnivorous doglike mammal of Africa and South Asia
  64. 64.Nickname of the first US presidential aircraft