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  1. 1.Star and executive producer of the TV series Star Trek: Picard
  2. 2.Diurnal bird of prey of the family Accipitridae
  3. 3.In Greek mythology, the horn of Amalthea, the goat that suckled Zeus
  4. 4.A thin mortar for filling joints between tiles
  5. 5.The standard currency unit of Burma
  6. 6.Language also known as Siamese
  7. 7.City in southwest Germany, in the Bundesland of Rhineland-Palatinate
  8. 8.See 37
  9. 9.Communications code word for the letter J
  10. 10.The largest city in New Jersey
  11. 11.Crime and ___, 1866 novel by Fyodor Dostoyevsky featuring the character Rodion Raskolnikov
  12. 12.American actress who won a Best Supporting Actress Oscar for The Fisher King
  13. 13.Herefordshire market town on the northern edge of the Forest of Dean
  14. 14.Small Mediterranean evergreen tree from which wreaths were made and worn on the head as an emblem of victory or honour in classical times
  15. 15.Original UK title for an American TV series that starred Raymond Burr as a paraplegic Chief of Detectives
  16. 16.1927 novel by Sinclair Lewis adapted for a 1960 film starring Burt Lancaster, Jean Simmons, Arthur Kennedy and Shirley Jones
  17. 17.British lexicographer whose Dictionary was first published in 1755
  18. 18.American rock band fronted by sisters Ann and Nancy Wilson
  19. 19.In North America, the driver of a railway locomotive
  20. 20.Solo debut single and album by Michael Jackson
  21. 21.Horse that gave trainer Fred Winter his fourth and final Grand National victory in 1966
  22. 22.Imre ___, Hungarian prime minister removed from office and later executed when Soviet forces suppressed the revolution of 1956
  23. 23.1994 Ron Howard film starring Michael Keaton and Glenn Close
  24. 24.Plant that is the national emblem of Scotland
  25. 25.Book of the Old Testament that is the source of the words to Pete Seegers song Turn! Turn! Turn! (to Everything There Is a Season)
  26. 26.Small Scottish port and resort in Argyll and Bute on the Firth of Lorne
  27. 27.Name by which a commune in the Calvados department of France bordering Deauville is commonly known
  28. 28.See 12
  29. 29.Noël Coward play featuring the character Madame Arcati
  30. 30.A member of a North American Indian people of Arizona, New Mexico and Utah
  31. 31.Welsh international goalkeeper who played 381 games for Leeds United between 1962 and 1973
  32. 32.US poet and short-story writer best known for his stories of Californian gold miners, such as The Luck of Roaring Camp
  33. 33.In Greek mythology, a gorgon beheaded by Perseus
  34. 34.Twyla ___, American dancer and choreographer whose film work includes Hair and White Nights
  35. 35.1970s prog rock band formed by the brothers Phil, Derek and Ray Shulman
  36. 36.Tiny flying insect in the Dipterid suborder Nematocera
  37. 37.Form of jazz that originated in New Orleans at the start of the 20th century
  38. 38.Disease caused by a lack of vitamin C
  39. 39.The citadel of an ancient Greek city
  40. 40.A cricketer who wears gloves when fielding
  41. 41.Canadian-born impressionist and voice actor nicknamed The Man of a Thousand Voices by Mel Blanc
  42. 42.The fifth largest city in Vietnam, on the coast of the South China Sea, at the opening end of the Hàn River
  43. 43.Marine cetacean mammal that is smaller than a whale and larger than a porpoise
  44. 44.Hampshire river that meets the River Itchen at Southampton
  45. 45.See 47
  46. 46.Jazz standard by Billy Strayhorn that was the signature tune of the Duke Ellington orchestra
  47. 47.Seaside town in Lincolnshire thats so bracing according to a famous poster commissioned by the Great Northern Railway in 1908
  48. 48.A piece of music composed for a group of nine instruments
  49. 49.The notion that work expands to fill the time available for its completion
  50. 50.In chemistry, one of the alkenyl functional groups, also called ethenyl
  51. 51.Italian director whose films include The Last Emperor and The Sheltering Sky
  52. 52.Soft cows cheese named after the French province in which it originated
  53. 53.British runner who won the 800m and 1500m at the 1920 Olympics
  54. 54.City in Texas that was the site of the Alamo
  55. 55.A window covering consisting of a number of horizontal slats whose angle may be altered to let in more or less light
  56. 56.1880 novel by Lew Wallace subtitled A Tale of the Christ