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  1. 1.The vertical part of a stair or step
  2. 2.Large genus of flowering plants known as beardtongues
  3. 3.London-born TV presenter who hosted an eponymous tabloid talk show on US television between 1991 and 2018
  4. 4.American actor who played Dr David Banner in the TV series The Incredible Hulk
  5. 5.A medical condition in which patches of skin become rough and inflamed with blisters
  6. 6.The garden in Jerusalem in which Christ was betrayed on the night before his Crucifixion
  7. 7.Comedy by Aristophanes about a womans mission to end the Peloponnesian War by persuading the women of Greece to withhold sexual privileges
  8. 8.Former currency unit of Spain
  9. 9.President of South Africa from 1994 to 1999
  10. 10.An officer attendant upon the British sovereign
  11. 11.River on which Rome stands
  12. 12.Unit of heat equal to 100,000 btu
  13. 13.The first song by The Who on which Pete Townshend sang lead vocals
  14. 14.President of the Irish Republic from 1959 to 1973
  15. 15.Swedish-American actress, singer and dancer whose films include Viva Las Vegas, The Cincinnati Kid and Tommy
  16. 16.Communications code word for the letter N
  17. 17.A southern African beverage prepared from the dried leaves of certain leguminous shrubs, also called rooibos
  18. 18.Small graceful antelope of which there is a Thomsons variety
  19. 19.Country whose capital is Riga
  20. 20.The largest listed company in Japan by market capitalisation
  21. 21.A housing for a ships compass
  22. 22.In the Old Testament, the first wife of Jacob and elder sister of Rachel, his second wife
  23. 23.See 51
  24. 24.The Importance of Being ___, Oscar Wilde play subtitled A Trivial Comedy for Serious People
  25. 25.A Hindu god who with Vishnu and Shiva constitutes the triad known as the Trimurti
  26. 26.Camille ___, French composer whose works include The Carnival of the Animals and Danse macabre
  27. 27.Boy band created on the ITV TV series Popstars: The Rivals who lost out to girl group Girls Aloud in the battle for the 2002 Christmas number one single
  28. 28.An Asian pheasant with a brilliant plumage and brightly coloured fleshy processes on the head
  29. 29.Stage name of the Dutch exotic dancer Margaretha Geertruida Grietje Zelle MacLeod
  30. 30.English actress whose TV roles have included Valerie Barlow in Coronation Street, Jean in Dinnerladies and Celia Dawson in Last Tango in Halifax
  31. 31.Play by George Bernard Shaw, set during the 1885 Serbo-Bulgarian War, whose title comes from the opening words of Virgils Aeneid
  32. 32.Irish princess married to Mark, king of Cornwall, but in love with his knight Tristan
  33. 33.Common name for Solanum erianthum, a species of nightshade
  34. 34.The highest ranking of the four suits in bridge
  35. 35.Former prime minister whose middle names are Charles Lynton
  36. 36.Historical figure known as the scourge of God
  37. 37.1959 number one single in the UK for Bobby Darin that features Neil Sedaka on piano
  38. 38.Asian republic on the Mediterranean Sea established in 1948 in the former British mandate of Palestine
  39. 39.Robert Louis Stevenson story originally called The Sea Cook
  40. 40.Tune by Jamaican ska singer Prince Buster that gave its name to the 1979 debut album by Madness
  41. 41.G K ___, English writer who created the priest-detective Father Brown
  42. 42.Period from about the late 5th century to about 1000 AD
  43. 43.A microcrystalline form of quartz with crystals arranged in parallel fibres
  44. 44.Gastón ___, Uruguayan attacking midfielder whose English clubs have included Southampton and Middlesbrough
  45. 45.William ___, English journalist and social reformer who founded The Political Register and wrote Rural Rides
  46. 46.In architecture, the flat upper part of the capital of a column
  47. 47.The first published full-length novel by Henry Fielding
  48. 48.Instructions to a candidate at the head of an examination paper
  49. 49.Magazine, originally founded in 1709, which features the lives and lifestyles of the upper class
  50. 50.See 6
  51. 51.A system of exercise named after its German inventor whose father was a gymnast from Greece
  52. 52.Name given to the Earth in a period of prehistory in J R R Tolkiens works
  53. 53.The largest city in the Texas Panhandle
  54. 54.Uninhabited British island in the North Atlantic, 220 miles west of the Outer Hebrides
  55. 55.Name by which Benficas stadium is known
  56. 56.Left-handed batsman who played 117 Test matches and 114 One Day Internationals and had two spells as England captain