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  1. 1.Hat with a broad brim and high crown, worn mainly by cowboys, named after its American designer
  2. 2.Best Actor Oscar-winner for Coming Home
  3. 3.French striker, formerly at Queens Park Rangers, Newcastle United, Chelsea and Crystal Palace, who joined Lille from Las Palmas in 2018
  4. 4.The first deafblind person to earn a Bachelor of Arts degree
  5. 5.Member of a genus of bulbous flowering plants in the family Asparagaceae
  6. 6.Genus of perennial American plants in the family Commelinaceae also known as spiderwort
  7. 7.1960 Michelangelo Antonioni film starring Monica Vitti and Gabriele Ferzetti
  8. 8.American Marvel Comics writer who died in 2018
  9. 9.Claudio ___, Italian composer who wrote one of the earliest operas, LOrfeo
  10. 10.2000 film starring Brenda Blethyn and Craig Ferguson
  11. 11.Barbara ___, English sculptor made a Dame in 1965
  12. 12.Island nation in the South Pacific whose capital is Port Vila
  13. 13.Number-one hit single for Lord Rockingham's XI in 1958
  14. 14.British rock band founded in 1975 by Robert John Godfrey, Stephen Stewart and Francis Lickerish
  15. 15.Jazz pianist nicknamed Fatha
  16. 16.1976 single by the Rolling Stones that reached number six on the UK Singles Charts
  17. 17.British rock band founded in 1975 by Robert John Godfrey, Stephen Stewart and Francis Lickerish
  18. 18.Jazz pianist nicknamed "Fatha"
  19. 19.Derek ___, former England cricketer nicknamed Arkle
  20. 20.Colour with the RGB coordinates 255, 64, 64
  21. 21.Archbishop of Canterbury from 1980 to 1991
  22. 22.Manufacturer of high-performance cars founded in Molsheim, Alsace, in 1909
  23. 23.Single by The Beautiful South that reached number two in the UK in 1989
  24. 24.Winner of the 1958 Formula One World Championship
  25. 25.A large vein that conveys oxygen-depleted blood to the heart
  26. 26.Rock band founded by Peter Green in 1967
  27. 27.Organ of locomotion and balance in fishes and some other aquatic animals
  28. 28.Former world heavyweight boxing champion whose nickname was 'The Fighting Marine
  29. 29.English actress, made a Dame in 1990, who plays the Dowager Countess of Grantham in Downton Abbey
  30. 30.An aromatic compound derived from phenol found in coal tar and creosote
  31. 31.BBC sitcom written by Carla Lane that starred Felicity Kendal as Gemma Palmer
  32. 32.The ___, nickname of Tottenham Hotspur FC
  33. 33.Archbishop of Canterbury from 1980 to 1991
  34. 34.The Greek goddess of the moon, whose Roman counterpart is Luna
  35. 35.Pavel ___, midfielder who won 91 caps for the Czech Republic
  36. 36.Caribbean island whose bays include Bloody Bay and Englishmans Bay
  37. 37.The Italian verb "to be"
  38. 38.A large vein that conveys oxygen-depleted blood to the heart
  39. 39.Debit card introduced in the UK in 1988 that merged with Maestro in 2002
  40. 40.The first deafblind person to earn a Bachelor of Arts degree
  41. 41.French striker, formerly at Queens Park Rangers, Newcastle United, Chelsea and Crystal Palace, who joined Lille from Las Palmas in 2018
  42. 42.The bicameral federal legislature of the US
  43. 43.Slang name for the drug PCP
  44. 44.Name for the conspicuously marked tail of a deer
  45. 45.1960 Michelangelo Antonioni film starring Monica Vitti and Gabriele Ferzetti
  46. 46.American clothing and accessories retailer founded in 1969 by Donald and Doris Fisher
  47. 47.The capital of Jordan
  48. 48.American Marvel Comics writer who died in 2018
  49. 49.In the Scottish Episcopal Church, the presiding bishop in the Synod
  50. 50.Large freshwater lake in the Sierra Nevada range of the United States
  51. 51.Farm worker, labour leader and civil rights activist whose birthday, March 31, is a federal holiday observed by several US states
  52. 52.2000 film starring Brenda Blethyn and Craig Ferguson
  53. 53.Farm worker, labour leader and civil rights activist whose birthday, March 31, is a federal holiday observed by several US states
  54. 54.Number-one hit single for Lord Rockinghams XI in 1958
  55. 55.Winner of the 1958 Formula One World Championship
  56. 56.Civilisation and historical region in southern Mesopotamia during the Chalcolithic and Early Bronze Age
  57. 57.In the US and Canada, a wild or partially tamed pony or mustang of the western plains
  58. 58.A statement of a persons beliefs or aims
  59. 59.Single by The Beautiful South that reached number two in the UK in 1989
  60. 60.Pen name of Charlotte Brontë
  61. 61.A statement of a person's beliefs or aims
  62. 62.A forked device on the left side of a sidesaddle
  63. 63.1994 documentary film following would-be professional basketball players William Gates and Arthur Agee
  64. 64.Former world heavyweight boxing champion whose nickname was The Fighting Marine
  65. 65.Horse that won the 2003 Grand National
  66. 66.Derek ___, former England cricketer nicknamed "Arkle"
  67. 67.Colour with the RGB coordinates 255, 64, 64
  68. 68.1976 single by the Rolling Stones that reached number six on the UK Singles Charts
  69. 69.Horse that won the 1987 Derby
  70. 70.Comedy partner of Stan Laurel
  71. 71.Rock band founded by Peter Green in 1967
  72. 72.Pen name of Charlotte Brontë
  73. 73.1994 documentary film following would-be professional basketball players William Gates and Arthur Agee
  74. 74.Slang name for the drug PCP
  75. 75.Caribbean island whose bays include Bloody Bay and Englishman's Bay
  76. 76.Comedy partner of Stan Laurel
  77. 77.Horse that won the 2003 Grand National
  78. 78.The 1994 Grand National winner, ridden by Richard Dunwoody
  79. 79.The fourth son of King David according to the book of Samuel
  80. 80.The Italian verb to be
  81. 81.The second book of the Old Testament
  82. 82.Horse that won the 1987 Derby
  83. 83.Welsh town that is the home of the Royal Mint