Category: The Independents Jumbo General Crossword Answers
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  1. 1.The capital of Azerbaijan
  2. 2.The simplest aliphatic alcohol
  3. 3.Scorer of one of England's goals in the 1966 World Cup Final
  4. 4.1939 Marx Brothers film in which Groucho Marx plays Attorney J Cheever Loophole
  5. 5.Pupil, mistress and wife of Abelard
  6. 6.In Greek mythology, a nymph spurned by Narcissus who pined away until only her voice remained
  7. 7.A member of a Roman Catholic religious order founded by Ignatius Loyola in 1534
  8. 8.Channel 4 sitcom created, written by and starring Simon Pegg and Jessica Stevenson
  9. 9.Of a triangle, having all sides of unequal length
  10. 10.Ancient Greek primordial deity personifying darkness
  11. 11.Spanish tennis player who has won 22 Grand Slam men's singles titles, including a record 14 French Open titles
  12. 12.A golden horse with a cream or white mane and tail
  13. 13.Card game for two played with 32 cards and king high
  14. 14.2004 Girls Aloud single that reached number two in the charts
  15. 15.TV presenting duo whose surnames are McPartlin and Donnelly
  16. 16.Asian plant with aromatic leaves, used as a condiment and in perfumery and folk medicine
  17. 17.Essex town which contains the sub-district of Bocking
  18. 18.All Saints' first UK number one hit single
  19. 19.English seaside resort famous for its tower and illuminations
  20. 20.A minute particle occurring in the blood of vertebrates and involved in clotting
  21. 21.A chemical substance secreted by an animal which influences the behaviour of others of its species
  22. 22.F W ___, South African president who legalised the ANC and released Nelson Mandela from prison
  23. 23.Fictional collie dog created by Eric Knight in a short story that spawned several films
  24. 24.A sugar-coated sweet containing a nut or seed
  25. 25.The American equivalent of a stag night
  26. 26.A protein that is eliminated from the diet in cases of coeliac disease
  27. 27.Egyptian deity whose feminine counterpart was Seshat
  28. 28.1861 novel by Ellen Wood whose central character is Lady Isabel Carlyle
  29. 29.The national airline of Belgium from 1923 to 2001
  30. 30.A jewelled crown or headband worn as a symbol of sovereignty
  31. 31.Mediterranean port city on the northern coastal plain of Israel
  32. 32.Japanese camera manufacturer founded in Nagano in 1949
  33. 33."The face that launched a thousand ships"
  34. 34.A cloth for drying washed crockery, cutlery and glasses
  35. 35.Horse that won the 1999 Derby
  36. 36.Astronomical observatory in Cheshire whose radio telescope has a steerable parabolic dish
  37. 37.The act or process of officially proving the authenticity and validity of a will
  38. 38.Leonhard ___, 1707-1783, pre-eminent Swiss mathematician
  39. 39.Region of France, between the Vosges mountains and the Rhine, famous for its wines
  40. 40.British javelin thrower who set a world record of 89.58m in July 1990
  41. 41.In Greek mythology, a statue of a maiden brought to life by Aphrodite in response to the prayers of the sculptor Pygmalion
  42. 42.Rudolf ___, German engineer who invented a type of internal-combustion engine in 1892
  43. 43.1991 Terry Gilliam film starring Robin Williams and Jeff Bridges
  44. 44.Game invented by British Army officers stationed in India
  45. 45.Title applied to Indian nobleman and religious teacher Gautama Siddhartha
  46. 46.Lioness who scored her first World Cup goal against Australia in the 2023 semi-final
  47. 47.Official language of Pakistan
  48. 48.Song that gave Nat 'King' Cole and Alvin Stardust top ten hits in 1953 and 1981 respectively
  49. 49.Town in the West Bank near Jerusalem that was the birthplace of Jesus
  50. 50.Small South American rodent of which the guinea pig is a type
  51. 51.Book of the New Testament between Philemon and James
  52. 52.1940 George Cukor film starring Cary Grant, Katharine Hepburn, James Stewart and Ruth Hussey