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Spiced and sweetened hot drink of port and lemon juice
Best Director Oscar winner for You Cant Take It With You
Woollen fabric resembling felt used for the tops of billiard tables
Republic on the Persian Gulf; capital Baghdad
Chemical element used in hardening steel and glassmaking; symbol B
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Domesticated ox of India, Bangladesh and Myanmar
Small rodent of Eurasia and North America
1990 thriller starring Richard Gere and Andy Garcia
Lizard of tropical Asia and Africa with reduced limbs
Peter -, Irish golfer; 2008 Spanish Open tournament winner
Potent green anise-flavoured alcoholic drink originally made from wormwood
2003 comedy starring Eddie Murphy and Terence Stamp
Lover of Leander in Greek mythology
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John -, painter launched in London in 1781 as the Cornish Wonder
Slice of meat rolled around a stuffing and cooked
1933 novel by James Hilton
Blue dye obtained from a flowering plant by the ancient Britons
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Charles -, American modernist composer of the four movement A Symphony: New Engl...
Hywel -, actor who played the title role in ITV sitcom Shelley
J E -, England Test cricketer who hit 200 not out against Sri Lanka at Lords in ...
2004 novel by Patricia Cornwell
Warren -, Best Actor in a Leading Role Oscar nominee for Bugsy
Framework worn at the back below the waist by women in the late 19th-century in ...
Ndabaningi -, founder of the Zimbabwe African National Union who died in 2000
Chemical element produced artificially from curium; symbol No
Scottish burgh in East Ayrshire on the River Irvine
Department of France; capital Bourg
The -, 1979 comedy film starring Steve Martin and Bernadette Peters
John -, author of novels The Autograph Hound and Hot to Trot
Site in South Dakota, US, of the last major battle of the Indian Wars in 1890
- I, Holy Roman Emperor from 962-73
Mixture of butter and flour heated and used as a basis for sauces
Former name of Lake Turkana, northwest Kenya
Latin American dance of three steps and a kick to each bar
Alcoholic drink of China made from fermented rice
Arctic toothed whale, the male of which has a long spiral tusk
1967 family film starring Rex Harrison in the title role
Capital of Deux-Sevres department, France
Department of France; capital Moulins
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1994 film drama starring Jodie Foster in the title role
Film projection system that uses a standard 22m by 16m screen
Jack -, author of novels The Dharma Bums and On the Road
1938 novel by John Creasey whose protagonist is the Honourable Richard Rollison
Village in Sutherland, Scotland, once known as the Electric City
Spiral-horned antelope of central Africa whose coat is bright red-brown with nar...
Large amphibian of North America with a deep croak
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B A W -, Sri Lanka Test cricketer who took 5-56 against India in Colombo in 2008
Ricky -, 2007-09 IBO Light Welterweight champion
Ernest -, author of 1918 Pulitzer Prize-winning novel His Family
The -, 2012 novel by Stewart ONan
June -, US actress married to actor Fred MacMurray from 1954-91
Maurice -, United States footballer who played for Rangers from 2008-12
Island in the Inner Hebrides; site of an abbey founded by St Columba
2009 comedy starring Woody Harrelson and Jesse Eisenberg
Collection of musical pieces by Johann Sebastian Bach based on a theme by Freder...
Alois -, Austrian figure skater after whom a type of jump is named
Small swift falcon such as the Eurasian - or African -
Grey mineral; chief ore of lead
2002 animated film based on a novel by Robert Louis Stevenson
Female of the red deer when aged three years or more
Tenth letter in the Greek alphabet
1927 novel by Patricia Wentworth
Metropolitan city in South Korea on the Taehwa River
Molten rock expelled by a volcano
1970 novel by J G Farrell
Kel -, golfer who won The Open Championship in 1960
Short legless larva of a beetle
Legendary daughter of Eormenred of Kent
Gene -, US actor-singer who played the title role in 1951 film Western Whirlwind
Alchemical name for the element mercury
Carla -, creator of BBC TV sitcoms Bread and Butterflies
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Bone of the leg also called a patella
2003 fantasy starring Ewan McGregor and Albert Finney
2008 novel by Barbara Taylor Bradford
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The -, 2009 horror starring Emily Browning and Arielle Kebbel
Puppet mouse created by Maria Perego in 1959 whose television credits include Th...
Unincorporated territory of the US in the South Pacific Ocean; capital Pago Pago
1937 crime film starring Noah Beery and Jack Hawkins based on a novel by Edgar W...
1949 crime film starring James Cagney and Virginia Mayo
Anne -, star of 2003 film drama The Mother
1955 thriller starring Cary Grant and Grace Kelly
The -, Channel 4 sitcom written and directed by Annie Griffin starring Anne Dude...
Marion -, 2013 Wimbledon singles tennis championship winner
British comic character, leader of The Bruin Boys, created by Julius Stafford Ba...
International airport in Chicago, US, formerly called Orchard Field
1979 sci-fi film starring Malcolm McDowell as H G Wells
1986 Grand National winner ridden by Richard Dunwoody
Freshwater European food fish also called a pikeperch
Matthew -, actor who played Charles Ryder in 2008 film drama Brideshead Revisite...
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Russian river that flows to the Caspian Sea at Guryev
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Louis -, French aviator who made the first flight across the English Channel
Dice game patented by Edwin S Lowe in 1956
Metallic element; symbol Sn
Francesco -, 1998-2006 Italy attacking footballer who played for Roma from 1992-...
Piece of music composed for three people
Black and white striped mammal of the horse family
1957 horror starring Dana Andrews and Peggy Cummins based on a short story by M ...
Buddy -, actor who played the title role in US television crime series Barnaby J...
1990 novel by Melvyn Bragg
London-born rapper whose 2010 debut album was Disc-Overy
1991 novel by Carl Hiaasen
Vocal technique, typically used in jazz, characterised by improvised vocal sound...
Soft food made by boiling oats in milk or water
Jimmy -, singer-actor who played the title role in 1990s BBC TV drama series Spe...
Serge -, Director of the Paris Opera Ballet who choreographed 1950 work Phedre
Main vessel in the arterial network
2011 animated film featuring the voice talent of Jesse Eisenberg and Anne Hathaw...
Jeffrey -, British Commander-in-Chief, North America from 1758-63 who fought in ...
Paulo -, author of novels Adultery, The Zahir and The Alchemist
1975 novel by J G Ballard
2003 novel by Karin Slaughter
1954 action film starring Van Heflin and Anne Bancroft
Industrial centre in Pas-de-Calais, France, between Lille and Arras
Salma -, actress who played the title role in 2002 biopic Frida
1869 novel by Anthony Trollope subtitled The Irish Member
Geoff -, England hat-trick scorer in the 1966 FIFA World Cup Final
President of the United States from 1817-25
Unit of speed; one nautical mile per hour
City in northern Iraq on the banks of the Tigris
Peter -, Labour MP for Neath from 1991-2015; Secretary of State for Wales from 2...
Nadine -, winner of the 1991 Nobel Prize in Literature
Capital of Kenya
Poker hand consisting of three of a kind and a pair
Ancient city in central Egypt on the River Nile
2005 Dubai World Cup winner ridden by John R Velazquez
Front part of the human body between the neck and the diaphragm
2007 novel by Jed Mercurio
W A -, English clergyman renowned for his transposition of the initial consonant...
Television detective played by Peter Falk from 1968-2003
Conservation organisation founded in 1895 by Robert Hunter, Hardwicke Rawnsley a...
2002 thriller starring Sandra Bullock and Ben Chaplin
Dog of the spitz type with a shaggy grey coat
1894 play by Henrik Ibsen first performed in the following year
Cricket team; 2017 winners of the County Championship
1970s BBC TV comedy series co-written by and starring Michael Palin
Eurasian plant whose aromatic leaves are used as herbs for seasoning
1985 action film starring William L Petersen and Willem Dafoe
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The -, 2001 drama starring Anna Friel and Brenda Fricker
American Tribal Love Rock Musical that opened on Broadway in 1968
1961 drama starring Charlton Heston and Sophia Loren
Impure form of quartz used in making pestles and mortars
In tonic sol-fa, the fourth degree of any major scale
Genus of flowering bulbs closely related to tulips found in China, Japan and Kor...
Large white-faced sheep of a breed with short thick wool
In India, a large cloth fan on a frame suspended from the ceiling
Point in its orbit when a planet is at its greatest distance from the sun
Small penguin with a yellow crest on each side of its head
Alec -, Best Actor in a Supporting Role Oscar nominee for The Cooler
1966 drama starring Vanessa Redgrave, David Hemmings and Sarah Miles
Japanese warrior caste that provided the fighting aristocracy from the 11th to t...
Industrial town in the West Midlands east of Wolverhampton
1988 comedy starring Tom Hanks and Elizabeth Perkins
Bob -, General Secretary of the RMT from 2002-14
2011 drama starring Michael Fassbender and Carey Mulligan
Eleanor -, actress who played Augusta Colt in 2004 romcom Wimbledon
Thicker of the two bones of the leg between the knee and ankle
Lake in Hyde Park, London
Language of ancient Rome
Verse form consisting of 14 lines in iambic pentameter
Former secret police in East Germany
Large island of the Balearics group south of Ibiza
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1941 novella by W Somerset Maugham
Original name of dog Snowy in comic strip The Adventures of Tintin
Joan -, Spanish painter whose works include 1967s The Gold of Azure
2009 novel by Ben Elton
Samuel -, British diarist and naval administrator who died in 1703
Biblical judge of Israel; lover of Delilah
US television comedy series starring Larry David and Jeff Garlin
1975 thriller starring Roy Scheider and Robert Shaw
Ancient Greek galley with three banks of oars on each side
Greg -, author of novels Quantico and Dead Lines
Large destructive sea wave produced by a submarine earthquake, volcanic eruption...
Ray -, London-born ventriloquist whose dolls included Lord Charles
Frank -, author of 1993 novel The Walpole Orange and 1997 autobiography A Kentis...