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Unit of a tennis match, in which one player must win at least six games
City and port of entry in NE Mexico, in Tamaulipas state on the Rio Grande
In the Old Testament, the highest priest at Shiloh and teacher of Samuel
1990 Mike Figgis film starring Richard Gere and Andy Garc?a
Character in the TV series Lost played by Dominic Monaghan
Poem by William Blake, first published in Songs of Innocence and Experience in 1...
Another name for the plant Jacobaea maritima, also known as dusty miller
Alberto ___, Italian racing driver who was Formula 1 World Champion in 1952 and ...
The first spy novel by Len Deighton, published in 1962
1981 film starring John Gordon Sinclair, Dee Hepburn and Clare Grogan
The hymn of the Virgin Mary, used as a canticle
The capital of Jordan
A type of computer program that converts a program into machine code
Italian composer regarded as the founder of modern opera
Italian river that rises in the Apennines and flows through Florence to the Ligu...
Liam ___, actor who played Qui-Gon Jinn in Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Mena...
Protozoan of the phylum Rhizopoda able to change shape because of the movements ...
Highest peak of the Kunlun mountain range in China
English record producer, musician and music journalist who had a 1975 hit with E...
London tourist attraction with Nelsons Column at its centre
The bird Eudyptula minor, found on the Australian coast
Country whose capital is Baku
In ancient Greece or Rome, an open-air course for horse and chariot races
In Egyptian mythology, a moon deity, scribe of the gods and protector of learnin...
Frederick ___, statesman who was the second President of Zambia, 1991 to 2002
The first five books of the Old Testament regarded as a unity
Madagascan prosimian primate with a foxy face and a long banded tail
The brightest star in the constellation Bo?¶tes
Media conglomerate whose assets include HBO, CNN and DC Comics
John ___, English art critic and social reformer who was a champion of the Gothi...
1977 film based on Lillian Hellmans book Pentimento
American poet whose most famous work is Gunslinger
American tennis player who won the mens singles at Wimbledon in 1949
Mediterranean island that was Napoleon Bonapartes first place of exile
In the Old Testament, the last of the house of 28 and the only priest to escape ...
Another name for the king cobra
The third film in the James Bond series, and the third to star Sean Connery
Small marsupial of the genus Bettongia
City in S Peru, at an altitude of 2250m, founded in 1540 on the site of an Inca ...
The European songbird Acrocephalus schoenobaenus
Computer problem arising from the change in date at the start of the 21st centur...
Memoir by Isak Dinesen, a nom de plume of Danish author Baroness Karen von Blixe...
A decrease in hydrogen-ion concentration of the blood or a rise in pH
Abbreviation for a British computer company that operated from 1968 to 2002, whe...
The state capital of Colorado
Japanese ornamental form of the common carp
Luis ___, Spanish film director who collaborated with Salvador Dali on the first...
The fifth and final film in the Dirty Harry series
The capital of Lebanon
Largest of the Balearic Islands
Currency unit of Austria from 1924 to 1938 and from 1945 to 1999
Van Morrison album released in 1978
Klingon character played by Michael Dorn in Star Trek: The Next Generation and D...
A member of a body of lancers first employed in the Polish army and later in oth...
The bony structure that encloses and protects the lungs, heart, etc.
London Underground station that, until its closure in 1994, held the distinction...
English character actor who provided the voice for Akela in the 1967 Disney film...
Use of the rhymed iambic line, as in the poetry of Alexander Pope
The capital of the Bahamas
King of Babylon who became the first king of the Babylonian Empire following the...
Colour that has the RGB coordinates 176, 224, 230 on computers
History play by William Shakespeare adapted for film by Laurence Olivier in 1944...
The capital of Turkey
A brief story that illustrates a moral or religious lesson, as in the New Testam...
Technical name for the breastbone
Composer who followed his Eighth Symphony with Das Lied von der Erde in an attem...
Seabird of the family Stercorariidae
The small European warbler Regulus ignicapillus
Play by George Bernard Shaw premiered in 1923
The capital of Martinique
Estonian decathlete who won the gold medal at the 2000 Summer Olympics in Sydney
The second reindeer mentioned in the poem A Visit from St Nicholas
The ruler of the winds in Greek mythology
French island in the Mediterranean Sea just north of the Italian island of Sardi...
Luca ___, Italian Renaissance painter noted for his massive frescoes of the Last...
BBC drama series starring Alun Armstrong, James Bolam, Amanda Redman and Dennis ...
The capital of the Brazilian state of Maranh?£o
City in Michigan that is the county seat of Mecosta County
1972 John Boorman film starring Jon Voight, Burt Reynolds and Ned Beatty
1972 Alfred Hitchcock film based on the novel Goodbye Piccadilly, Farewell Leice...
The largest city in Tennessee
Town in the Mendip district of Somerset approximately 13 miles south of Bath
Mickey ___, American author of crime novels who created Mike Hammer
The concept, or personification, of divine feminine creative power in Hinduism
Fruit of the rosaceous tree Prunus armeniaca
Novel by Charles Dickens that begins on Christmas Eve, 1812
Horse that won the 1947 Derby
Country whose capital is Hanoi
Welsh group who had a 1977 hit with They Shoot Horses, Dont They?
Actor who played Napoleon Solo in the TV series The Man from U.N.C.L.E.
Northern Irish golfer who won the 2010 US Open at Pebble Beach, ending a 40-year...
Character in the 1994 animated movie The Lion King voiced by Jeremy Irons
Longer of the two bones in the forearm
1970 film by ?‰ric Rohmer that won the Golden Shell at the San Sebastian Film ...
City in Massachusetts that is the largest community on Cape Cod
Metallic chemical element with the atomic number 30
Country whose capital is Kiev
Yellow cheese named after a city in the Netherlands
Scottish soup made from a fowl boiled with leeks
A race such as the Derby, Oaks or St Leger
1944 novella by Colette adapted for the stage by Anita Loos in 1951
A 1976 album by Joni Mitchell
1938 novel by Graham Greene whose antihero is Pinkie Brown
Welsh rock band whose hit singles include Buck Rogers and Tumble and Fall
British architect who introduced Palladianism to England
1862 opera by Giuseppe Verdi featuring the characters Don Alvaro and Leonora
One-act satirical musical sketch by George Grossmith and performed by the DOyly ...
World Heritage Site that forms a self-governed monastic state within the soverei...
1984 novel by J G Ballard which was awarded the James Tait Black Memorial Prize
A former name for radon
Pam ___, American actress best known for playing Mindy McConnell in the sitcom M...
Precipitation that contains a high concentration of pollutants, chiefly sulphur ...
The state capital of Florida
Legendary king of Flanders who is an unofficial patron saint of beer or beer bre...
American golfer who won the 1977 USPGA Championship in a three hole sudden-death...
A three-pronged spear
A cocktail made of champagne and orange juice
1998 romantic comedy starring Tom Hanks and Meg Ryan
1952 King Vidor film starring Jennifer Jones in the title role
1969 road movie written by Peter Fonda, Dennis Hopper and Terry Southern
The middle section of the human foot, forming the arch between the ankle and toe...
Felicity ___, English soprano made a DBE in 1996
The capital of the Netherlands
Heitor ___, Brazilian composer whose works include the ballet Amazonas
Actor who played Johnny Cash in the film Walk the Line
The colour of unbleached linen
Periodical literary magazine, founded and owned by Charles Dickens, in which his...
Merlene ___, athlete who began her career representing Jamaica, but has represen...
Genus of plants that includes auricula, cowslip and oxlip
Mixture of flour and fat used as the thickening agent in several classical Frenc...
Horse that won the 1978 Grand National
Bob Dylans 17th studio album, released in 1976
A dramatic but unstaged musical composition for soloists, chorus and orchestra
Cathedral city on the River Nene
West African republic bordered by Senegal to the north
A prehistoric Peruvian tomb or temple, usually a truncated pyramid of stone, oft...
Village in Merseyside that regularly plays host to golfs Open Championship
The proboscis monkey genus
Rex van Ryns love interest in The Devil Rides Out by Dennis Wheatley
1986 John le Carr?© novel about the mental and moral dissolution of a secret ag...
Genus of plants in the family Fabaceae also known as Sweet Clover
The Lunar module of the 1969 Apollo 12 mission
River that flows from mid-Hampshire to join with Southampton Water
The official dessert of Massachusetts
One of the seven emirates constituting the United Arab Emirates, bordered by Sha...
A large extinct rodent from a group known from fossil and subfossil material in ...
French Gypsy girl in Victor Hugos 1831 novel The Hunchback of Notre Dame
Puppet in the childrens TV series Rainbow with an oval head and big blue eyes
Drink whose varieties include Cognac and Armagnac
1908 novel by G K Chesterton, subtitled A Nightmare
Surname of newspaper barons Viscount Northcliffe and Viscount Rothermere
Germanic language spoken in northern parts of the Netherlands up to about 1400
English actor best remembered for playing Private Joe Walker in Dads Army
The fungal infection tinea pedis
Any of a group of proteins that are produced by living cells and act as catalyst...
Ancient Chinese system of aesthetics believed to help one improve life by receiv...
Anything resembling a tongue in shape or function
Historical and geographic area in southeast Europe comprising parts of Bulgaria,...
The state capital of North Carolina
Mineral form of sodium chloride commonly known as rock salt
The largest electronic screen-based equity securities trading market in the Unit...
A former French gold coin worth 20 francs
June 21 in Canada, celebrating the First Nations, Inuit and M?©tis peoples of C...
Animals that have all four limbs specialised for walking
The first film the Marx Brothers made for MGM after their departure from Paramou...
An elementary school in France
Norwegian crown prince with a few brief scenes in Shakespeares Hamlet
Sport played by the New Orleans Saints and Pittsburgh Steelers, for example
A small semiaquatic amphibian such as Triturus vulgaris
Ratings-topping US TV talent show hosted by Ryan Seacrest
Leo ___, singer-songwriter whose first hit single was The Show Must Go On in 197...
A semihard blue-veined cheese named after the Italian town where it originated
Italian herbal liqueur, created in 1896, that is an ingredient in a Harvey Wallb...
In cricket, a fielder who stands a little way behind and to the offside of the w...
American gangster who led a Prohibition-era crime syndicate in Chicago
In Ulster, a dish of mashed potatoes and spring onions or leeks
Canadian city that is capital of Alberta
Larry ___, harmonica-player who won an Oscar nomination for his work on the soun...
The capital of Cape Verde
A period of long-term reduction in the temperature of the Earths surface and atm...
A medium-sized smooth-haired breed of dog with a short nose and a docked tail
City on San Francisco Bay that is the seat of the University of California
The ___, nickname of Sheffield United
Novel by Leo Tolstoy published in serial instalments from 1873 to 1877
1993 war novel by Sebastian Faulks whose central character is Stephen Wraysford
A stock comic character originating in the commedia dellarte, usually represente...
Coniferous tree with spreading branches, needle-like evergreen leaves and erect ...
Genus of plants that includes the spurges and poinsettia
Eastern dish of spiced rice
Scottish castle purchased by Queen Victorias consort Prince Albert in 1852
Mineral form of mercuric sulphide that is the main commercial source of mercury
The ___, nickname of Derby County FC
Private research university in California founded in 1891