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  1. 1.Plant widely cultivated for its ornamental leaves and waxy flowers
  2. 2.Raft used by Norwegian explorer and writer Thor Heyerdahl in his 1947 expedition across the Pacific Ocean
  3. 3.1972 Bill Withers single that reached number one in the US
  4. 4.Formerly, the extinction of a persons civil rights resulting from a sentence of death or outlawry on conviction for treason or felony
  5. 5.The animal Cervus elaphus
  6. 6.US novelist and short-story writer whose works include Wise Blood and The Violent Bear it Away
  7. 7.Prime minister who became Earl of Avon
  8. 8.Pen name of former Conservative MP Rupert Allason
  9. 9.Maxim, also called the principle of economy, stating that in explaining something assumptions must not be needlessly multiplied
  10. 10.Singer born Florian Cloud de Bounevialle Armstrong in 1971
  11. 11.The oldest airport in the UK, founded in 1910
  12. 12.Musical based on John Van Drutens 1951 play I Am a Camera
  13. 13.California city known as the Gateway to Yosemite
  14. 14.A coniferous tree with dark green scalelike leaves and rounded cones
  15. 15.2000 American comedy film narrated by Barry Manilow, played by Tom Green
  16. 16.See 46
  17. 17.The curve assumed by a heavy uniform flexible cord hanging freely from two points
  18. 18.The second largest of the Channel Islands
  19. 19.Best Actress Oscar-winner for Sophies Choice
  20. 20.Large gregarious songbird of the genus Corvus
  21. 21.Irish film director best known for My Left Foot, In the Name of the Father and The Field
  22. 22.Ken ___, US novelist best known for One Flew Over the Cuckoos Nest
  23. 23.See 28
  24. 24.American musician, songwriter and bandleader whose songs feature in the musical Five Guys Named Moe
  25. 25.Popular song by Jimmy Van Heusen and Johnny Burke whose two best-selling versions were recorded by the orchestras of Glenn Miller and Tommy Dorsey in 1940
  26. 26.Mississippi-born American soprano who has won more Grammy Awards than any other classical singer
  27. 27.William ___, commander of HMS Bounty when the crew mutinied in 1789
  28. 28.The seventh planet from the sun
  29. 29.Football team promoted to the Premier League as 2014-15 Championship winners
  30. 30.Fine white clay that takes its name from a Chinese mountain
  31. 31.Variety of China tea flavoured with oil of bergamot
  32. 32.See 21
  33. 33.City on South Island, New Zealand, that is a regional trading centre for sheep and agricultural products
  34. 34.Village in Tyne and Wear through which the A1 used to pass and whose colliery was closed by the National Coal Board in 1965
  35. 35.Canadian actor whose films include Point Break, Speed and John Wick
  36. 36.Genus of over 100 herbaceous perennial plants of the Umbelliferae family whose umbels are compound, with bracts few or absent
  37. 37.An area in a European city in which Jews were formerly required to live
  38. 38.Member of a light-haired subdivision of the Turanian people, who include the Samoyeds, Voguls, Ostyaks and Magyars
  39. 39.Heroine of George Eliots novel Middlemarch
  40. 40.Welsh poet and essayist whose works include Portrait of the Artist as a Young Dog and Under Milk Wood
  41. 41.A member of a North American Indian Iroquois people formerly living between Lake Champlain and the St Lawrence River
  42. 42.One of the small pieces of which a mosaic is made
  43. 43.Reversion to an earlier, especially worse, state or condition
  44. 44.British actress whose early films include Pollyanna, The Parent Trap and Whistle Down the Wind
  45. 45.A figure of speech in which a part is substituted for a whole or a whole for a part
  46. 46.The last work for orchestra written by Claude Debussy, described as a poème dansé
  47. 47.1975 radio play by Terence Rattigan inspired by the 1935 trial of Alma Rattenbury and her teenage lover
  48. 48.The loss of energy suffered by radiation as it passes through matter, especially as a result of absorption or scattering
  49. 49.1955 film starring Dirk Bogarde and Brigitte Bardot
  50. 50.US name for rude noises called raspberries in the UK
  51. 51.1978 single by Earth, Wind & Fire that received a Grammy Award nomination for Best R&B Song
  52. 52.French name for the Netherlands
  53. 53.A 1901 painting by Pablo Picasso, a 1998 play by David Hare or a 1999 EP by Coldplay
  54. 54.2001 song by Linkin Park that gave them their biggest US hit