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BBC TV sitcom featuring the Medford family that ran from 1979-87
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Sid -, US comedian who played Coach Calhoun in 1978 musical Grease
2008 comedy starring Josh Zuckerman and Amanda Crew
17th-century French astronomer who measured the size of the Earth to a reasonabl...
Contact team sport; the national game of Bangladesh
Mortimer -, Glaswegian archaeologist associated with 1950s BBC TV game show Anim...
Supreme commander of a fleet or navy
1963 drama starring Paul Newman in the title role
Industrial city in NW France; capital of Calvados department
Asian republic; capital New Delhi
In weaving, yarn woven across the width of a fabric
Tontos horse in stories involving The Lone Ranger
Capital of French overseas department Guadeloupe
1960s dance characterised by gyrations of the arms and hips
US journalist and writer known for 1881 story collection Uncle Remus
Capital of Afghanistan
Pierre -, French prime minister from 1954-55
Alcoholic drink made by fermenting a solution of honey
White wine from the Rhine valley in Germany
Pseudonym of 19th-century illustrator Hablot Knight Browne
Costantino -, Italian golfer; 1997 Canon European Masters tournament winner
Salma -, actress who played the title role in 2002 biopic Frida
Department of SE France; capital Toulon
In music, a gradual decrescendo at the end of a cadence
Domesticated ox with a humped back used in India as a draught animal
Greek hero at the siege of Troy married to Penelope
Shaun -, snooker player who won the UK Championship in 2008
Rafael -, 1963 US National Singles tennis championship winner
The -, 2008 novel by Dennis Lehane
Market town in Cambridgeshire on the north bank of the River Great Ouse
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Capital of Edo State, Nigeria
1894 stage play by George Bernard Shaw whose heroine is Raina Petkoff
Iran-born winner of the 2007 Nobel Prize in Literature
Collective noun for a group of snipe
God of love in Greek mythology
2008 comedy-drama starring Kevin Costner and Madeline Carroll
Luigi -, Italian composer of 1961 work Intolleranza 1960
Capital of Jordan
Lee -, golfer who won The Open Championship in 1971 and 1972
Pulitzer Prize-winning 1925 novel by Sinclair Lewis
1998 animated film based on a Chinese legend whose title character is voiced by ...
Kate -, journalist whose autobiography The Kindness of Strangers was published i...
John Singer -, Italy-born US painter of 1886s Portrait of Mrs Robert Harrison
Representation of the grunt of a pig
Diana -, 1994 Best Actress in a Play Tony Award winner for Medea
Tourist town in Kent on the English Channel housing a 16th-century castle
Form of massage also called acupressure
Fatty end portion of the tail of a fowl when cooked
Sculpture, painting or drawing of the dead Christ supported by the Virgin Mary
Quentin -, illustrator and author whose books include 1999s Fantastic Daisy Arti...
Rose -, author of 2008 novel The Days of Judy B
Adversary of Batman in DC Comics whose alter ego is Harvey Dent
2002 comedy-drama starring Kieran Culkin and Claire Danes
River in North America that flows from Lake Erie to Lake Ontario
The -, US girl group whose hits included 1964 US no 1 single Leader of the Pack
Ridge at the upper end of the fingerboard of a violin
West African republic; capital Bamako
Town in Piedmont, Italy, famous for its sparkling wine
1939 Western starring Marlene Dietrich and James Stewart
Burrow of a badger
Card game similar to whist
Australia 1992 Rugby League World Cup Final winning captain
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The -, 2004 biopic starring Leonardo DiCaprio as Howard Hughes
Bruce -, US artist whose works include 1985 installation Good Boy Bad Boy
Comedian-actor who played the title role in 1996 comedy Sgt Bilko
Andy -, Best Supporting Actor Oscar nominee for The Godfather: Part III
Kurt -, Secretary-General of the United Nations from 1972-81
Golda -, prime minister of Israel from 1969-74
Indoor version of baseball invented by George Hancock in 1887
Max -, German composer and organist who died in 1916
A J -, US motor racing driver; 1967 24 Hours of Le Mans winner with Dan Gurney
Capital of Gard, France, whose Roman remains include the Maison Carree
Steve -, 1980 Olympic 800m gold medallist
Capital of Chad
1926 novel by Dorothy L Sayers featuring Lord Peter Wimsey
Marcus Tullius -, Roman statesman and orator assassinated in 43 BC
Badminton shot played to the back of the opponents court
Leguminous West Indian shrub; a source of indigo
Christina -, 19th-century English poet whose works include Remember and The Lamb...
Ridge in NW Israel extending from the Samarian Hills to the Mediterranean
City in Israel housing Ben Gurion International Airport
City of the Philistines from which Goliath came
Papua New Guinea and Melbourne Storm wing/centre who played against England in t...
Jack -, Labour MP for Copeland from 1983-2005; Shadow Foreign Secretary from 199...
Group whose debut album An Awesome Wave won the 2012 Mercury Prize
Tony -, 1985-86 WBA Heavyweight champion
Theodor W -, Frankfurt-born philosopher whose writings include Prisms and Negati...
Seaport and capital of Kanagawa Prefecture, Honshu, Japan
Muse of history in Greek mythology
D J -, West Indies Test cricketer who took 6-55 against England at Old Trafford ...
Kurt -, detective creation of Henning Mankell in Faceless Killers and subsequent...
Capital and chief port of Senegal
1965 novel by Arthur Hailey
Gerard -, French actor who played the title role in 1980 film Loulou
Hennie -, golfer; homegrown winner of the 2011 South African Open
2006 thriller starring Robin Williams and Toni Collette
Ademola -, Everton attacker; England 2017 FIFA U-20 World Cup Final winner
Percussion instrument consisting of tuned wooden bars
Bert -, actor who played Professor Spats in 1968 comedy-drama The Night They Rai...
The -, 2010 novel by Alison Bruce
Road in Westminster, London, housing the main UK Government offices
Billiards shot in which the cue ball touches a cushion after striking the object...
1978 horror film starring Kirk Douglas and John Cassavetes
Cape -, peninsula of NE Tunisia
Capital of Macedonia
1972 Top 10 UK single by Derek and the Dominos
1897 Henry James novel first published in serial form as The Old Things
2003 novel by Joanne Harris
Bill -, cartoonist whose strips include The Cloggies and The Fosdyke Saga
Harry S -, English author whose 1934 debut novel Trina was published in the US a...
2015 comedy-drama starring Jennifer Lawrence and Robert De Niro
2001 novel by Irvine Welsh
Corey -, actor who played the title role in 1986 comedy-drama Lucas
Reddish-orange transparent variety of zircon
Unit of weight equal to one sixteenth of a pound
Town in E London; administrative headquarters of the Borough of Redbridge
Shirley -, actress who played Jill Masterson in 1964 film thriller Goldfinger
Department of France; capital Carcassonne
In Greek mythology, the infinite space that existed before creation
1939 film starring Carole Lombard and Cary Grant
Sarah -, actress who played Virginia Braithwaite in 2000s ITV series At Home wit...
1958 musical starring Rossano Brazzi and Mitzi Gaynor
Marine eel marked with brilliant patterns and colours such as the ribbon - or tu...
1816 novel by Walter Scott named after Scottish stonemason Robert Paterson
Natalie -, 2004 and 2008 Olympic 100m backstroke swimming gold medallist
Former gold rush town in W Alaska; finishing point of the Iditarod trail sled do...
Caleb -, rugby union centre/wing; 1998 New Zealand Test debutant against England
John -, Best Actor Oscar winner for True Grit
Large constrictor snake
Title character in 1826 J F Cooper novel The Last of the Mohicans
Boisterous square dance of the United States and Canada
Vincenzo -, Italian motor-car manufacturer who died in 1937
The -, 1952 comedy-drama starring John Wayne and Maureen OHara
1993 film starring Liam Neeson and Ben Kingsley
Yukio -, author of 1963 novel The Sailor Who Fell from Grace with the Sea
Kingdom of central and southern England during the Anglo-Saxon period
Yehudi -, New York City-born violinist who died in 1999
Dr David -, magistrate in 1883 Robert Louis Stevenson novel Treasure Island
Brian -, lead guitarist with Queen
Sandy -, golfer; 1985 winner of The Open Championship
Genus of plants that includes yellow bugle and blue bugle
Fabio -, 2000-12 Italy rugby union hooker
Shanaze -, 2007 and 2008 UCI Track Cycling World Championships team sprint gold ...
2008 short story collection by Stephen King
Camille -, artist whose works include 1882 painting The Little Country Maid
City in Saxony, Germany, known from 1953 to 1990 as Karl-Marx-Stadt
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Character played by Kurt Russell in John Carpenter action films Escape from New ...
G C -, South Africa Test cricketer who hit 277 against England at Edbaston in 20...
Cube-shaped building in Mecca; one of the holiest places of Islam
International airport in Chicago, US, formerly called Orchard Field
Joan -, comedienne who voiced Dot Matrix in 1987 Mel Brooks film Spaceballs
Town in NE Surrey near Sandown Park horse racecourse
Type of heavy large-patterned decorative lace such as Cluny -
Ricky -, director, writer and star of 2016 film comedy David Brent: Life on the ...
Charles -, 1970 Commonwealth 400m gold medallist
1965 science fiction novel by Frank Herbert
Silvery-white metallic element; symbol U
1977 novel by Winston Graham
Old breed of large, powerful, short-haired dog
Douglas -, German-born director of Magnificent Obsession and Imitation of Life
Manuel -, president of the Philippines from 1946-48
Spiced roll traditionally eaten on Good Friday
Gustav -, Austrian painter whose works include 1905s The Three Ages of Woman
Long skirt, dress or coat reaching to the ankles
Cut of beef that comes from the rear of the cow above the leg
1981 crime film, also known as Violent Streets, starring James Caan and Tuesday ...
Annual Islamic pilgrimage to Mecca
Bottom-dwelling ray with a flattened diamond-shaped body
BBC TV comedy sketch show that starred Simon Pegg, Mark Heap and Kevin Eldon
Aldo -, prime minister of Italy from 1963-68 and 1974-76
Channel 4 series hosted by Derren Brown that ran from 2007-08
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2008 novel by Joanna Trollope
-, a Foundling, 1749 novel by Henry Fielding
1953 novel by Mervyn Peake
US state; capital Des Moines
Harold -, director of films Groundhog Day, Year One and Caddyshack
Collective term for England, Scotland and Wales
1952 drama starring Vincent Edwards in the title role based on a poem by H W Lon...
Daughter of Agamemnon and Clytemnestra in Greek mythology; subject of a play by ...
Youngest son of Ge and Tartarus in Greek mythology at whom Zeus threw Mount Etna...
2003-09 Channel 4 reality television series that won a BAFTA Award for Best Feat...
Container of the Ashes in the cricket Test series between England and Australia
Gilbert -, author of novels The Holy Innocents and Love and Death on Long Island
D M -, West Indies Test cricketer who took 8-49 against Pakistan in Dubai in 201...