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  1. 1.The administrative capital of South Africa
  2. 2.One of the fictional nations in George Orwells novel Nineteen Eighty-Four
  3. 3.British prime minister from 2007 to 2010
  4. 4.Wading bird of the family Threskiornithidae considered sacred in ancient Egypt
  5. 5.The Roman god of doorways, passages and bridges, depicted with two heads facing opposite ways
  6. 6.American author and cartoonist best known for The Secret Life of Walter Mitty
  7. 7.Legendary continent said to have sunk in the ocean west of the Straits of Gibraltar
  8. 8.Kurt ___, lead singer, guitarist and primary songwriter of Nirvana who killed himself in 1994
  9. 9.Pakistans largest city
  10. 10.Diurnal bird of prey with a long forked tail and long broad wings
  11. 11.1981 novel by James Clavell set in Hong Kong in 1963
  12. 12.In Greek mythology, the daughter of Minos and Pasiphae who gave Theseus the thread with which he found his way out of the Minotaurs labyrinth
  13. 13.Georg Wilhelm Friedrich ___, German philosopher whose works include The Phenomenology of Mind
  14. 14.Proverb credited to Desiderius Erasmuss Adagia of 1500
  15. 15.Short opera by Ruggero Leoncavallo first performed in Milan in 1892
  16. 16.An epigrammatic effect, by which contradictory terms are used in conjunction
  17. 17.1945 Rodgers and Hammerstein musical adapted from Ferenc Molnárs 1909 play Liliom
  18. 18.Village in Staffordshire that is home to a university that was founded in 1949
  19. 19.Popular song by Leo Friedman and Beth Slater Whitson published in 1910 and first recorded by The Peerless Quartet
  20. 20.Italian painter and architect whose paintings include the Sistine Madonna
  21. 21.A 1967 Top Ten hit for the Four Tops
  22. 22.Debut single by the Spice Girls that topped the UK singles charts for seven weeks in 1996
  23. 23.Ivy League university founded in 1701
  24. 24.The placenta and fetal membranes expelled from the uterus following delivery of a baby
  25. 25.The largest of the Dodecanese islands
  26. 26.See 17
  27. 27.1664 comedy by Molière
  28. 28.1996 film starring Kevin Costner and Rene Russo
  29. 29.Skin disease involving inflammation of the sebaceous glands
  30. 30.R M ___, Scottish author whose book The Coral Island influenced R L Stevensons Treasure Island
  31. 31.City in Sudan at which the Mahdi defeated a British and Egyptian army in 1883
  32. 32.A Latin American percussion instrument consisting of a set of hardwood plates over tuned metal resonators
  33. 33.American TV series about the survivors of a plane crash
  34. 34.House on the Hertfordshire/Bedfordshire borders built for the 3rd Earl of Bute by Robert Adam
  35. 35.Kingdom in southern Africa whose capital is Maseru
  36. 36.1995 James Bond film starring Pierce Brosnan
  37. 37.A small marine food fish of the NE Atlantic Ocean and the North Sea
  38. 38.American actor best known for his performance as John Plato Crawford opposite James Dean in Rebel Without a Cause
  39. 39.The capital of Saxony
  40. 40.Maiden name of the Princess of Wales who died in 1997
  41. 41.Country whose capital is Wellington
  42. 42.Rod ___, American poet, songwriter, composer and singer whose English lyrics for a Jacques Brel song gave Terry Jacks a worldwide hit in 1974 (Seasons in the Sun)
  43. 43.British naval commander during the Revolutionary and Napoleonic Wars
  44. 44.Mountain in the Bernese Alps, rising to a height of 3970m
  45. 45.Nickname of WWE wrestler Jim Duggan
  46. 46.British novelist whose works include Clayhanger
  47. 47.Members of a group of French painters that included Matisse, Vlaminck and Derain
  48. 48.In Greek legend, the lover of Thisbe
  49. 49.City in New Jersey mentioned in the title of Bruce Springsteens 1973 debut album
  50. 50.North American river that rises in the Rocky Mountains and flows to the Pacific
  51. 51.Breakfast cereal developed around 1900 by Swiss physician Maximilian Bircher-Benner
  52. 52.County of the Republic of Ireland whose county town is Castlebar
  53. 53.1918 play by Bertolt Brecht
  54. 54.The Muse of history in Greek mythology
  55. 55.The former Hindu custom whereby a widow burnt herself to death on her husbands funeral pyre
  56. 56.New town in Buckinghamshire founded in 1967
  57. 57.Plant whose varieties are pollinated by different insects