Sunday Express 1,000 pound crossword

can anyone help with the last three answers: 8D: A ligh soft yeast cake full of small holes eaten toasted, c-u-p-t 21A: Northern oceanic diving bird with black and white plumage and a long narrow bill,: -u-l-e--t 33A: Wild pigs with heavy tusks and manes of course hair: -a-t-o-s Thanks in advance
13:32 Sun 20th Jul 2008
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8d crumpet

21 a guillemot
sorry forgot last answer

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Thanks folks, of course crumpet, must be the weather

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