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  1. 1.Thai boxer, born Chaovalit Wongcharoean, who was WBC Flyweight Champion 1984-88 and 1989-91
  2. 2.Alfred ___, Austrian psychiatrist noted for his descriptions of overcompensation and inferiority feelings
  3. 3.Durham CCC captain who was one of the five Wisden Cricketers of the Year in 2007
  4. 4.A fall of large masses of snow and ice down a mountain
  5. 5.See 14
  6. 6.Certain unalienable Rights' identified in the United States Declaration of Independence
  7. 7.1956 Carol Reed film starring Burt Lancaster as a circus performer
  8. 8.See 17
  9. 9.Coarse-grained igneous rock widely used for building
  10. 10.Area of Birmingham recorded in the Domesday Book in 1086 as Estone
  11. 11.See 24
  12. 12.See 50
  13. 13.The currency unit of São Tomé and Príncipe, divided into 100 cêntimos
  14. 14.Tree or shrub of the genus Crataegus, also called may
  15. 15.In particle physics, a quantum number related to the strong interaction
  16. 16.Composer whose works were catalogued by Ludwig von Köchel
  17. 17.An isolated archipelago in the North Atlantic Ocean that contains the westernmost islands of the Outer Hebrides
  18. 18.Hungarian-born American socialite and actress whose nine husbands included Conrad Hilton and George Sanders
  19. 19.A Korean martial art that resembles karate
  20. 20.A crease-resistant acrylic fibre created by DuPont in 1941
  21. 21.Italian dessert made with savoiardi biscuits, sugar, mascarpone, coffee and sometimes Marsala
  22. 22.Rocky ___, US heavyweight boxer who was world champion from 1952 to 1956
  23. 23.A narrative song with a recurrent refrain
  24. 24.Surname of the German-born former Turkish international footballers Hamit and Halil who are twin brothers
  25. 25.Latin phrase used as the motto of Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer
  26. 26.Cipriano Efisio ___, Italian painter who established the Quadriennale di Roma in 1931
  27. 27.A small slow-moving lizard with the ability to change colour
  28. 28.7th century BC Greek lyric poet who wrote hymns, love songs and political odes
  29. 29.In Greek mythology, the daughter of Agamemnon and Clytemnestra
  30. 30.Otter in a novel by Henry Williamson
  31. 31.See 31
  32. 32.1997 film written and directed by Sally Potter, starring herself and Pablo Verón
  33. 33.Fluid, containing chiefly white blood cells, that is collected from the tissues of the body
  34. 34.A wall or other boundary marker that is set in a ditch so as not to interrupt the view
  35. 35.In the Old Testament, the first wife of Esau, who bore his firstborn Eliphaz and became the matriarch of the Edomites
  36. 36.Rafael ___, Czech-born conductor and composer who was music director of the Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra from 1961 to 1979
  37. 37.A mountain range in eastern Burma and northwestern Thailand
  38. 38.Félix ___, French aircraft constructor whose planes included the AAC-1 Toucan, based on the Junkers Ju 52
  39. 39.Reducing the operating costs of a company by reducing the number of people it employs
  40. 40.A wind of force seven on the Beaufort scale
  41. 41.English sailor who was knighted in 1968 after completing a single-handed circumnavigation of the globe
  42. 42.Hydroelectric run-of-the-river installation on the Snake River in Hells Canyon on the Idaho-Oregon border
  43. 43.___ Park, Test cricket ground in Kingston, Jamaica
  44. 44.Bird with brilliant plumage, a short hooked bill and a long tail
  45. 45.Yemen's main port
  46. 46.Unfermented soya-bean curd
  47. 47.British Anglican clergyman who founded the Samaritans in 1953
  48. 48.Sam ___ , captain of the victorious European Ryder Cup golf team in 2002
  49. 49.Driver known as the "Clown Prince of Auto Racing" killed in a seven-car crash on the second lap of the 1964 Indianapolis 500
  50. 50.A slightly sour black rye bread from Germany
  51. 51.King of Mercia from 757 associated with an earthwork roughly following some of the current border between England and Wales
  52. 52.Bill ___, American jockey who held the world record for professional victories for 29 years
  53. 53.Song by Matty Malneck and Johnny Mercer recorded by Billie Holiday in October 1935
  54. 54.John Steinbeck novella featuring the characters George Milton and Lennie Small
  55. 55.Part of an engine that translates reciprocating linear piston motion into rotation
  56. 56.The narrow strip along which fencing bouts take place
  57. 57.Nickname of Detroit
  58. 58.Football team that scored a (mostly) unopposed goal against Leeds United in April 2019
  59. 59.Title given to General Bonaparte's aide-de-camp Auguste Frédéric Louis Viesse de Marmont in 1808
  60. 60.US state whose capital is Columbia
  61. 61.In physics, the maximum displacement from the zero or mean position of a periodic motion or curve
  62. 62.US state whose capital is Boise
  63. 63.See 34
  64. 64.Czech model and actress who featured in the iconic 1994 "Hello Boys" Wonderbra poster campaign
  65. 65.Material used as insulation in buildings, in fireproof fabrics, etc
  66. 66.Members of a youth culture who fought with the rockers
  67. 67.Novel by William Golding about a group of British boys stuck on an uninhabited island
  68. 68.South American country whose capital is Paramaribo
  69. 69.Calorie-free sugar substitute, E950, discovered accidentally by German chemist Karl Clauss in 1967
  70. 70.See 6
  71. 71.Town in Worcestershire, on the River Avon, that was the scene of a 1265 battle in which Lord Edward defeated Simon de Montfort and the barons
  72. 72.Novel by Henry Miller first published in 1934
  73. 73.1962 Agatha Christie Miss Marple story dedicated "To Margaret Rutherford, in admiration."
  74. 74.Country whose capital is Tehran
  75. 75.Town in Luxembourg that gave its name to an agreement that provided for the removal of border controls between participating countries
  76. 76.Well-known and often satirised 1913 lyric poem by Joyce Kilmer
  77. 77.The codename for the Tehran Conference of 1943
  78. 78.Californian toy company that marketed the Hula Hoop and the Frisbee in the 1950s
  79. 79.A game of Chinese origin, using tiles bearing various designs, whose name means 'sparrows
  80. 80.1970 Western starring Richard Harris as English aristocrat John Morgan

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