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  1. 1.1927 stage farce by Ben Travers
  2. 2.Light fabric with a fine ridged or crinkled surface
  3. 3.Georges —, French composer of 1925 ballet Les Matelots
  4. 4.1935 musical comedy film starring Irene Dunne, Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers
  5. 5.Pakistan Test cricketer who took 7-52 against New Zealand in Dunedin in 1973
  6. 6.Joan —, actress who played Emily Bung in 1966 film comedy Carry on Screaming
  7. 7.1963 novel by Gavin Lambert
  8. 8.1956 film drama starring William Holden and Kim Novak
  9. 9.Martin Andersen —, Danish author of 1906-10 four volume novel Pelle The Conqueror
  10. 10.Standard currency of Brazil from 1942-67
  11. 11.Mary —, author of 1818 novel Frankenstein
  12. 12.Goddess of peace in Greek mythology
  13. 13.The —, 2004 novel by Lee Child
  14. 14.Genus of small terrestrial lizards that inhabit warm regions of the Old World
  15. 15.Geoff —, England forward; 1966 FIFA World Cup Final hat-trick scorer
  16. 16.1979 comedy-drama film starring Trini Alvarado and Jeremy Levy
  17. 17.Deep red variety of corundum
  18. 18.— Gulf, body of water between Iran and Saudi Arabia
  19. 19.2001 romcom starring Heather Graham and Chris Klein
  20. 20.Dora —, actress who played Amber Spottiswood in 1966 film comedy The Great St Trinian's Train Robbery
  21. 21.2010 novel by Janet Evanovich
  22. 22.Michael —, author of stage plays Alphabetical Order and Noises Off
  23. 23.Part of the small intestine between the jejunum and caecum
  24. 24.Pakistan Test cricketer who took 7-52 against New Zealand in Dunedin in 1973
  25. 25.1963 novel by Gavin Lambert
  26. 26.1979 comedy-drama film starring Trini Alvarado and Jeremy Levy
  27. 27.2001 romcom starring Heather Graham and Chris Klein
  28. 28.2010 novel by Janet Evanovich
  29. 29.1992 sci-fi film starring Jeff Fahey and Pierce Brosnan
  30. 30.Christian —, 19th-century mathematician and physicist noted for his work on the frequency of light and sound waves
  31. 31.Unit of mass equal to 1,000 kg
  32. 32.1971 Derby winner ridden by Geoff Lewis
  33. 33.City in Lombardy, Italy, northeast of Parma surrounded on three sides by artificial lakes
  34. 34.Area of Glasgow formerly associated with the weaving, coal and shipbuilding industries
  35. 35.Climbing plant with red flowers and edible pods also called a scarlet runner
  36. 36.Goddess of youth and spring in Greek mythology
  37. 37.Celia —, actress who played Una Alconbury in the Bridget Jones film trilogy
  38. 38.Gioachino —, composer of operas Otello and The Barber of Seville
  39. 39.US actor who played Ray 'Bones' Barboni in 1995 comedy-crime film Get Shorty
  40. 40.1971 adventure film starring Michael York and Elke Sommer
  41. 41.Charles —, 19th-century founder of a symphony orchestra in Manchester
  42. 42.Department of central France; capital Chateauroux
  43. 43.The —, 1997 action film directed by and starring Kevin Costner
  44. 44.1994 Australian Open and 1999 US Open men's singles tennis championship losing finalist
  45. 45.Second Sunday before Ash Wednesday
  46. 46.Large earth-boring dung beetle
  47. 47.1956 stage play by Friedrich Durrenmatt
  48. 48.Place near Jerusalem where, according to the Hebrew Bible, children were sacrificed
  49. 49.Alain —, 1986 winner of the F1 World Drivers' Championship
  50. 50.Lion in the The Chronicles of Narnia heptalogy by C S Lewis
  51. 51.1992 sci-fi film starring Jeff Fahey and Pierce Brosnan
  52. 52.1971 Derby winner ridden by Geoff Lewis
  53. 53.Climbing plant with red flowers and edible pods also called a scarlet runner
  54. 54.US actor who played Ray 'Bones' Barboni in 1995 comedy-crime film Get Shorty
  55. 55.1994 Australian Open and 1999 US Open men's singles tennis championship losing finalist
  56. 56.1956 stage play by Friedrich Durrenmatt
  57. 57.George Bernard Shaw stage play first performed in 1895 in South Shields
  58. 58.Port in Israel on the Bay of Acre
  59. 59.Actress who played Sloane Peterson in 1986 comedy film Ferris Bueller's Day Off
  60. 60.Danish author of 1937 memoir Out of Africa under pen name Isak Dinesen
  61. 61.1974 film musical starring Lucille Ball in the title role
  62. 62.— Lake, large body of water south of Lake Clark National Park and Preserve in Alaska, US
  63. 63.Capital of Sanaga-Maritime department, Littoral Region, Cameroon
  64. 64.1968 novel by Cormac McCarthy
  65. 65.Yitzhak —, president of Israel from 1952-63
  66. 66.The —, 1979 sci-fi film starring Maximilian Schell and Anthony Perkins
  67. 67.Caster —, 2016 Olympic women's 800m gold medallist
  68. 68.1996 novel by Meera Syal
  69. 69.Medical condition also known as reading disorder
  70. 70.1987-2005 Labour MP; Chief Secretary to the Treasury from 2002-05
  71. 71.Port in Tunisia on the Gulf of Gabes
  72. 72.Name, until 1989, of southeast Asian country Myanmar
  73. 73.Actress who plays Debbie Gallagher in US television series Shameless
  74. 74.2006 action film starring Jamie Foxx and Colin Farrell
  75. 75.Preliminary model or rough draft of a sculpture
  76. 76.1994 film drama starring Jodie Foster in the title role
  77. 77.Actress who played Sloane Peterson in 1986 comedy film Ferris Bueller's Day Off
  78. 78.See 11
  79. 79.Danish author of 1937 memoir Out of Africa under pen name Isak Dinesen
  80. 80.1968 novel by Cormac McCarthy

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