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1873 novel by R M Ballantyne
1969 film musical starring Barbra Streisand in the title role
Genus of flowering plants native to North America including moss and creeping
Richard , director of films Iris and Notes on a Scandal
The , 1968 film drama starring Alain Delon and Marianne Faithfull
Standard unit of currency of Turkey
Mark , Best Actor in a Supporting Role Oscar nominee for The Departed
Capital of Bulgaria
Port in southern California, US, north of Tijuana
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Third son of Adam in the Old Testament
Charles , 19th-century French acrobat born Jean-Francois Gravelet
Highest adult male voice
Ruslan , 2007-09 WBA Heavyweight champion
Wife of Cronus and mother of Zeus in Greek mythology
Michael , Secretary of State for Education from 2010-14
That branch of science concerned with the study of the properties of space, time...
SI unit of power
Actress who played the title role in 2007 BBC TV series Fanny Hill
Tiny wafer of semiconductor material used in the manufacture of electronic equip...
David , host of 1960s BBC TV satire show That Was the Week That Was
Country of Central America between Costa Rica and Colombia
Motor racing driver; F1 1999 Australian GP winner
Saracens rugby union flanker; 2003 South Africa Test debutant against Georgia
The , 1961 novel by Mary Stewart
Frank , Berlin-born artist whose works include 1965s Mornington Crescent
1873 novel by Thomas Hardy whose heroine is Elfride Swancourt
Author of 1957 novel Room at the Top
Judy , famous mother of actress Kate Beckinsale
2011 film comedy starring Simon Pegg and Nick Frost
City in Shandong, China, known for peony cultivation
US author of 1903 autobiography The Story of My Life; subject of 1962 biopic The...
Laura , US singer-songwriter whose 1967 album debut was More Than a New Discover...
Kenyan lioness cared for by George and Joy Adamson from 1956-61
Genus of evergreen shrubs including the common whose bitter leaves are used in h...
1996 comedy-drama film starring Pete Postlethwaite, Tara Fitzgerald and Ewan McG...
Rafael , 2008 and 2010 Wimbledon singles tennis championship winner
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Moorish castle or palace in Spain such as the of Segovia
Clive , actor who played Mike Barratt in Casualty and Holby City
Rev W , creator of Thomas the Tank Engine
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Sidney , British economist and social historian who co-founded magazine The New ...
Vince , actor who played Ron Dixon in Channel 4 soap Brookside from 1990-2003
Thomas Jonathan Stonewall , Confederate brigadier general associated with the Fi...
Womens British Open Squash Championship winner from 1950-59
Shrub or small tree with red, purple or black berry-like fruits
Deborah Kara , actress who played Dahlia Gillespie in 2006 horror film Silent Hi...
Nikolai , author of 1842 novel Dead Souls
Ocean, body of water bounded by the Americas, Africa and Europe
Richard , German composer of operas Parsifal and Lohengrin
River of South America formed at the confluence of the Paranaiba and Grande Rive...
E D , West Indies Test cricketer who hit 206 against England in Port of Spain, T...
One of the basic patterns of the human fingerprint
Sammy , Chicago Cubs MLB player who hit 179 home runs in the three seasons betwe...
1973 no 1 single by The Simon Park Orchestra
Rhys , actor-comedian who played Murray Hewitt in US television series Flight of...
Erect annual grass grown for its edible seed
Anthony , prime minister from 1955-57
Large arboreal Australian kingfisher also called a laughing jackass
Setting of 1878 Thomas Hardy novel The Return of the Native
Large Eurasian bird of the crow family
Lorenzo , Italian Renaissance artist whose works include Portrait of Giovanni de...
Fabric made of silk and wool or cotton and rayon used especially for coats
Town in Highland, NE Scotland, due south of John OGroats
2006 film drama starring Heath Ledger and Abbie Cornish
Assassin of Jean-Paul Marat executed in 1793
Third planet from the sun
Queen of the Olympian gods in Greek mythology
The , 1909 novel by L Frank Baum
King of Judaea from 37-4 BC
Kirsty , television presenter whose credits include Newsnight and The Late Show
Fictional girl detective who first appeared in 1930 novel The Secret of the Old ...
Mark , 1992 Olympic 100m backstroke swimming gold medallist
The , 2002 horror film starring Naomi Watts and Martin Henderson
1961 film drama starring Charlton Heston and Sophia Loren
River in Spain that flows to the Mediterranean southwest of Tarragona
That part of a cereal plant containing the seeds
1993 romcom starring Kevin Kline and Sigourney Weaver
Chisel-edged tooth at the front of the mouth
Special forces unit of the British Army whose motto is Who Dares Wins
Sacha , comic actor whose characters include Ali G and Borat
Ray , actor who played Henry Hill in 1990 biopic Goodfellas
Ariane , 2009 European Athletics Indoor Championships high jump gold medallist
1979 film starring, co-written and directed by Woody Allen
Island in central Hawaii; chief town Honolulu
1967 film drama starring Dirk Bogarde and Stanley Baker
2009 novel by Glen David Gold
Bill , cartoonist whose strips include The Cloggies and The Fosdyke Saga
Secretary of State for Children, Schools and Families from 2007-10
2009 film drama starring Cameron Diaz and Abigail Breslin
Highest adult female voice
2008 biopic starring Adrien Brody as Leonard Chess
The , 1937 novel by Virginia Woolf
1979 action film starring Roger Moore as James Bond
Olympic sailing class won by GBs Giles Scott in 2016
Emma , author of novels Alice Fell and Pemberley
Brad , US actor who played Todd Bowden in 1998 film drama Apt Pupil
Capital of Paraguay
Francois , French president from 1981-95
1994-2004 US television sitcom starring Jennifer Aniston, Courteney Cox and Lisa...
Best Director Oscar winner for Brokeback Mountain and Life of Pi
Dark yellow pigment obtained from the gum resin of certain trees of South-East A...
2000-10 Brazil forward footballer at Internazionale from 2004-09
Playing card with one spot
2001 novel by Irvine Welsh
Celia , actress who played Una Alconbury in the Bridget Jones film trilogy
Small flying insect resembling a mosquito
John , Denver Broncos quarterback; Super Bowl XXXIII MVP
Elena , 2008 Olympic singles tennis gold medallist
Ancient Celtic system of writing used in Britain and Ireland, consisting of stra...
2005 romcom starring Diane Lane and John Cusack
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First Sunday in Lent
Carbohydrate obtained from seaweeds used in ice cream as a thickening agent
Best Actress in a Supporting Role Oscar nominee for Enemies, A Love Story
2010 Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series Emmy winner for Nurse Jackie
Kel , golfer who won The Open Championship in 1960
Steve , 1980 Olympic 800m gold medallist
Official language of Laos
New town in Drenthe, NE Netherlands, developed since World War II
2009 novel by Jeffery Deaver
US pioneer of the solid-body electric guitar who died in 2009
1959 crime drama film starring Steve Cochran and Lita Milan
Dog with a silky dark red coat and a long feathered tail
Period in European history from around the late 5th-century to about 1100 AD
2002 novel by Irvine Welsh
The , 1990 film drama starring Derek Jacobi in dual roles
Yellow-flowered North American plant such as the smooth
The , 1962 novel by Len Deighton
South American republic; capital Santiago
Town in Moray, Scotland, on the River Lossie housing a ruined cathedral
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Industrial city in Nord, France; medieval capital of Flanders
Genus of plants that includes cuckoopint
2005 action film starring Charlize Theron in the title role
Taylor , actor who played Jacob Black in the Twilight film series
1993 novel by John le Carre
Federico Garcia , Spanish poet; author of 1934 stage play Yerma
1998 action film starring Wesley Snipes in the title role
Fielding position between the slips and point in cricket
City in Emilia-Romagna, Italy, famous for its cheese and ham
2009 novel by Sarah Dunant
Port and largest city in Kansai, Japan
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2001 novel by James Siegel
Adolphe , inventor of the saxophone
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Ahsee , Samoa and Northampton Saints rugby union full-back
Gullible character in the Uncle Remus folk tales compiled by Joel Chandler Harri...
Savoury jelly based on meat or fish stock used as a mould for meat or vegetables
Piet , Dutch detective created by Nicholas Freeling who first appeared in 1962 n...
Berkshire horse racecourse that hosts the King George VI and Queen Elizabeth Sta...
2009 novel by Anne Tyler
In Judaism, the scroll on which the Pentateuch is written
1995 novel by Irvine Welsh
Mountain in Greek mythology sandwiched between Olympus and Pelion by Otus and Ep...
2009 novel by Alexander McCall Smith
1979 Derby winner ridden by Willie Carson
City in Gipuzkoa, Spain; former home of Serveta scooters
River in Russia; longest in Europe
Chris , 2008 and 2012 Olympic track cycling keirin gold medallist
Plant of the aster family with yellow button-like flowers
F , author of novels The Tinted Venus and Vice Versa
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Chemical weapon such as pepper spray
1999-2001 Channel 4 comedy series written by and starring Jessica Stevenson and ...
Either of the two large flat triangular bones also called a shoulder blade
Writer-actor who played Igor in 1974 film comedy Young Frankenstein
Wavy-edged Indonesian or Malaysian knife
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Male of a red deer
Alcoholic drink made by fermenting a solution of honey
2001 novel by Ben Elton
Jacob , Flemish painter whose works include 1643s David Bearing the Head of Goli...
Large tree of the East Indies that yields a valuable wood
Alfred , actor who played Albert Hackett in 1970s ITV sitcom Albert and Victoria
1970s US Western television series starring David Carradine and Keye Luke
City in Sri Lanka home to the International Stadium, a Test cricket venue known ...
Chief port and second largest city of Egypt
Pennsylvania-born US jazz pianist and composer; 2003 Polar Music Prize winner
River in Scotland that flows to the North Sea at Peterhead
Julian , comedian-actor who played Howard Moon in BBC TV series The Mighty Boosh
City in Washington that hosted the 1962 Worlds Fair
Capital of Azerbaijan
Frances , 2006 Tony Award Best Featured Actress in a Play winner for The History...
US actor-comedian who wrote and directed 1998 film Sour Grapes