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  1. 1.One of two or more words pronounced differently but spelt the same
  2. 2.One of the sons of Noah, along with Ham and Japheth
  3. 3.The 2006 FIFA World Cup winners
  4. 4.A cut of meat from a pig, created from the tissue along the top of the rib cage
  5. 5.French artist whose paintings include Olympia
  6. 6.The 1969 solo studio album debut of Cream bassist and singer Jack Bruce
  7. 7.A small island in the Tyrrhenian Sea, off the north coast of Sicily, with an active volcano
  8. 8.Department of SW France whose capital is Auch
  9. 9.In fencing, a call to adopt a defensive stance in readiness for an attack or bout
  10. 10.The first premier of the Soviet Union
  11. 11.King of Wessex who defeated the attempted Viking conquest
  12. 12.The North American name for swede
  13. 13.Hungarian-born actress whose 1950s films include Operation Amsterdam and Ten Thousand Bedrooms
  14. 14.Shrub of the genus Elaeagnus with an olive-like fruit
  15. 15.A tree of the genus Ulmus
  16. 16.Male tennis player who has won the most Grand Slam singles titles
  17. 17.A sweet biscuit made of ground almonds, sugar and egg whites
  18. 18.Presenter of the Sunday morning sports programme Sportsweek on Radio 5 Live for 20 years until September 2019
  19. 19.Denis ___, Belgian international defender who joined Fulham from Lokeren in 2016
  20. 20.In heraldry, an ordinary consisting of a horizontal band across a shield, wider than a bar
  21. 21.Southern African dog breed once known as Van Rooyens lion dog
  22. 22.Eurasian liliaceous plant whose succulent young shoots are cooked and eaten
  23. 23.2004 number one single by The Streets
  24. 24.A card game in which two or more punters gamble against the banker
  25. 25.See 19
  26. 26.English singer-songwriter whose top 10 hit singles include Single, These Words and Unwritten
  27. 27.A Maori social gathering
  28. 28.See 36
  29. 29.Porcelain created in a manufactory established in Naples in 1743
  30. 30.Large university town and unitary authority area in Berkshire
  31. 31.Leader of the thirteen demons who guard Bolgia Five of the eighth circle of Hell in Dantes Inferno
  32. 32.City in Tennessee established in 1942 as a production site for the Manhattan Project
  33. 33.The parliament of the Republic of Ireland
  34. 34.A small yellow finch noted for its singing
  35. 35.A small ornamented case for holding needles and other small articles
  36. 36.Swiss city that is home to the International Red Cross and the World Health Organization
  37. 37.Italian informal word for hello or goodbye
  38. 38.River that rises in the Altai Mountains in China and flows to join the Ob River in Russia as its chief tributary
  39. 39.The final honours examinations of the School of Literae Humaniores or of Modern Philosophy at Oxford University
  40. 40.1970 musical film adaptation of Charles Dickens A Christmas Carol starring Albert Finney in the title role
  41. 41.International yachting regatta that was for many years the unofficial world championship of offshore racing
  42. 42.South American country whose capital is Quito
  43. 43.An obsolete unit of liquid capacity equal to 16 or 18 Imperial gallons
  44. 44.Bird that lays its eggs in the nests of other birds
  45. 45.Best Supporting Actress Oscar-winner for her role in West Side Story
  46. 46.Superfamily within Hymenoptera that comprises bees and sphecoid wasps
  47. 47.Village in South Yorkshire whose colliery was the site of a major confrontation between miners and police officers in 1984
  48. 48.Component of fertilisers and explosives, also known as potassium nitrate
  49. 49.Tree or shrub of the genus Cornus, especially Cornus sanguinea
  50. 50.British opera singer and actor best known for playing J R Hartley in a classic Yellow Pages commercial
  51. 51.1923 play by John Colton and Clemence Randolph, based on the short story of the same name by W Somerset Maugham
  52. 52.Region of SW Asia between the Tigris and Euphrates rivers
  53. 53.1897 novel by Rudyard Kipling that follows the adventures of 15-year-old Harvey Cheyne Jr
  54. 54.The large black-and-white African carrion-eating stork Leptoptilos crumeniferus
  55. 55.Area of south Devon protected by National Park status
  56. 56.Scottish site of a massacre of Macdonalds by Campbells and English troops in 1692