Category: The Independents Jumbo General Crossword Answers
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  1. 1.Louisa May ___, US novelist best known for Little Women
  2. 2.The capital of the Bahamas
  3. 3.Rabindranath ___, Indian poet and philosopher who won the Nobel prize for literature in 1913
  4. 4.American actor whose screen debut was an uncredited bit part as a laboratory assistant in the 1955 film Revenge of the Creature
  5. 5.Left tributary of the river Moselle that rises near Vaux-sur-Sûre in southeastern Belgium
  6. 6.Type of aircraft engine that powers the Airbus A400M, for example
  7. 7.1882 play by Victorien Sardou that gave its name to a hat
  8. 8.A seducer in Nicholas Rowes 1703 tragedy The Fair Penitent
  9. 9.British preschool animated television series first broadcast on Channel 5 in 2004
  10. 10.A dry red wine produced in the Piedmont region of Italy
  11. 11.Member of an order of mendicant friars founded about 1154, also known as a White Friar
  12. 12.English nurse executed by the Germans in World War I for helping Allied prisoners to escape
  13. 13.Aaron Copland ballet featuring Hoe-Down, which was recorded by Emerson, Lake & Palmer
  14. 14.British preschool animated television series first broadcast on Channel 5 in 2004
  15. 15.1953 novel by Raymond Chandler featuring detective Philip Marlowe
  16. 16.The second-largest island in the Mediterranean
  17. 17.Former Luton Town, Liverpool and Tottenham Hotspur centre forward who is now a pundit on Sky Sports Soccer Saturday
  18. 18.Series of computer games set in the fictional nation of Albion created by Peter Molyneux
  19. 19.Familiar name for the company whose flagship publication is The Wall Street Journal
  20. 20.A loudspeaker used for the reproduction of low audio frequencies
  21. 21.City in Tunisia 140 km south of Tunis whose ancient name was Hadrumetum
  22. 22.Suburb of Liverpool that is the site of the racecourse over which the Grand National has been run since 1839
  23. 23.Il ___, 15th-century mural by Leonardo da Vinci also known as The Last Supper
  24. 24.Civilian occupation of Captain Mainwaring in Dads Army
  25. 25.Ancient Latin hymn from a canticle that begins with words meaning "Thee, God, we praise"
  26. 26.1983 film starring Jack Nicholson and Shirley MacLaine
  27. 27.Legal term for suicide
  28. 28.See 12
  29. 29.Ancient Latin hymn from a canticle that begins with words meaning Thee, God, we praise
  30. 30.US state whose capital is Augusta
  31. 31.English nurse executed by the Germans in World War I for helping Allied prisoners to escape
  32. 32.Tessie ___, Welsh entertainer and actress for whom Noël Coward created the part of Ada Cockle in his 1963 Broadway musical The Girl Who Came to Supper
  33. 33.Opera by Puccini based on a play by Victorien Sardou
  34. 34.Spanish football club known as Los Leones
  35. 35.Ancient Athenian philosopher who was the son of Hipponicus and brother of Callias
  36. 36.See 7
  37. 37.1953 novel by Raymond Chandler featuring detective Philip Marlowe
  38. 38.Neurodevelopmental disorder first described by Hans Asperger and Leo Kanner
  39. 39.The 23rd president of the United States
  40. 40.Left tributary of the river Moselle that rises near Vaux-sur-Sûre in southeastern Belgium
  41. 41.Town in Gloucestershire at the confluence of the Rivers Severn and Avon
  42. 42.City in Northern Ireland with Roman Catholic and Protestant archbishops
  43. 43.1666 play by Molire whose central character is Alceste
  44. 44.Legal term for suicide
  45. 45.David Lean film that won seven Oscars, including Best Picture
  46. 46.Marvel Comics superhero, alter ego of Matt Murdock, who first appeared in 1964
  47. 47.Latin word used in textual annotation meaning lower down on the page or further on in the book
  48. 48.1766 novel by Oliver Goldsmith whose central character is Dr Primrose
  49. 49.The common viper Vipera berus
  50. 50.American political movement that emerged from Ron Pauls 2008 presidential primary campaign
  51. 51.David Lean film that won seven Oscars, including Best Picture
  52. 52.Greek philosopher who taught Aristotle and was a friend of "2 Down"
  53. 53.The freshwater fish Salmo gairdneri
  54. 54.Tokyo-born actress who was the older sister of Joan Fontaine
  55. 55.American political movement that emerged from Ron Paul's 2008 presidential primary campaign
  56. 56.Greek philosopher who taught Aristotle and was a friend of 2 Down
  57. 57.Play by Anton Chekhov first performed in 1901 at the Moscow Art Theatre
  58. 58.Tokyo-born actress who was the older sister of Joan Fontaine
  59. 59.Pat ___, former jockey who rode the Derby winners Grundy, Golden Fleece and Quest for Fame
  60. 60.1983 film starring Jack Nicholson and Shirley MacLaine
  61. 61.Play by Anton Chekhov first performed in 1901 at the Moscow Art Theatre
  62. 62.English comedy actress, writer and producer who provides voices for "45 Across"
  63. 63.The second largest London borough by population
  64. 64.The destroyer, a name given to the Devil in the Book of Revelation
  65. 65.The 23rd president of the United States
  66. 66.English comedy actress, writer and producer who provides voices for 45 Across
  67. 67.Spiral tube that forms part of the internal ear and converts sound vibrations into nerve impulses
  68. 68.Herbivorous dinosaur with a very long neck and tail
  69. 69.1666 play by Molière whose central character is Alceste
  70. 70.Real first name of the late actor Kirk Douglas
  71. 71.1962 novel by Jack Kerouac
  72. 72.1962 novel by Jack Kerouac
  73. 73.Wife of the Roman emperor Augustus and mother of Tiberius
  74. 74.1766 novel by Oliver Goldsmith whose central character is Dr Primrose
  75. 75.The Palestinian uprising against Israel in the West Bank and Gaza Strip that started at the end of 1987
  76. 76.Ray ___, actor who played Henry Hill in Martin Scorseses film Goodfellas
  77. 77.Spanish football club known as Los Leones