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  1. 1.A variant spelling of the plant Hamamelis virginiana, whose leaves and bark may be used to produce an astringent
  2. 2.A simple eye of certain arthropods, also called a lateral ocellus
  3. 3.1989 film starring Bridget Fonda, Bruno Ganz and Blair Brown, written and directed by David Hare
  4. 4.Martin ___, scorer of one of Englands four goals in the 1966 World Cup Final
  5. 5.In mathematics, the dividend of a fraction
  6. 6.City in eastern New York, near the confluence of the Mohawk and Hudson Rivers
  7. 7.Ernest ___, British explorer who commanded three expeditions to the Antarctic, during the first of which the south magnetic pole was located
  8. 8.Malaysian oil and gas company founded in 1974
  9. 9.The small graceful animal Capreolus capreolus
  10. 10.Song by Gerry Goffin and Carole King that made The Shirelles the first all-girl group to have a US number one single
  11. 11.The first part of the Talmud
  12. 12.Another name for the plant valerian, which has a medicinal root
  13. 13.Peter ___, British painter who was co-founder of the Brotherhood of Ruralists in 1969
  14. 14.A large destructive sea wave produced by a submarine earthquake, subsidence or volcanic eruption
  15. 15.1888 play by August Strindberg set on Midsummers Eve on the estate of a Swedish count
  16. 16.In Greek mythology, a Phoenician king of Tyre who was the father of Europa
  17. 17.English author whose works include The Heaven Tree Trilogy
  18. 18.The capital of Curaçao
  19. 19.They went to sea in a Sieve, they did , according to Edward Lear
  20. 20.Surname shared by the Northern Ireland and Republic of Ireland football managers at Euro 2016
  21. 21.Traditional Japanese system of unarmed combat whose name literally means empty hand
  22. 22.Hungarian forename shared by the footballer Puskás and the dramatist Molnár
  23. 23.The surname of the Judas who betrayed Jesus, according to the New Testament
  24. 24.New Zealand"born Australian author whose best-known works are the novels The Harp in the South and Playing Beatie Bow
  25. 25.A short-barrelled pocket pistol of large calibre
  26. 26.Black grape used in winemaking whose name literally means young blackbird
  27. 27.The bird Bubo bubo
  28. 28.Inflammation of the brain
  29. 29.English actress who was a mistress of Charles II
  30. 30.Belfast-born rugby player who won 69 caps for Ireland and 12 for the British and Irish Lions
  31. 31.Author who created Harry Potter
  32. 32.Ford model replaced by the Escort
  33. 33.Site of a penal colony here in French Guiana featured in Henri Charrières memoir Papillon
  34. 34.George ___, the man with the scores played by Matt Lucas on the TV game show Shooting Stars
  35. 35.The largest island of Greece
  36. 36.Dialect word for a spider used by Bilbo Baggins in J R R Tolkiens The Hobbit
  37. 37.John Kenneth ___, Canadian-born US economist and diplomat who wrote The Affluent Society and The New Industrial State
  38. 38.Real first name of Kim Campbell, Canadas first female Prime Minister
  39. 39.An electrical circuit, especially one containing a capacitor, providing an alternative path for certain frequencies
  40. 40.Bookmakers slang for odds of 3/1
  41. 41.Large crocodilian of the southern US with powerful jaws and sharp teeth
  42. 42.2004 horror film directed by James Wan that spawned many sequels
  43. 43.Body of water in New York state used by the US Navy to test equipment such as transducers and sonar arrays and systems
  44. 44.British poet who was poet laureate from 1968 to 1972
  45. 45.A small slow-moving lizard with the ability to change colour
  46. 46.In Greek mythology, son of Daedalus who flew too near the sun when trying to escape from 27 Down
  47. 47.Italian dumplings made with semolina pasta or potatoes
  48. 48.Gavin ___, English author of espionage thrillers whose first novel, The Wrong Side of the Sky, was published in 1961
  49. 49.The fifth-longest river in the UK, forming part of the border between England and Wales for much of its length
  50. 50.1977 Don Siegel spy film starring Charles Bronson, Donald Pleasence and Lee Remick
  51. 51.In horse racing, a horse with stamina
  52. 52.The primary collection of sacred texts of Zoroastrianism
  53. 53.The first Elvis Costello single that credited the Attractions as his backing band
  54. 54.Small furry animals in the Star Trek universe that react to the presence of Klingons
  55. 55.Opening batsman who won seven successive County Championship titles with Surrey in the 1950s having previously played football for Walsall
  56. 56.Island in the Straits of Florida associated with Ernest Hemingway and Tennessee Williams