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  1. Benjamin ___, prime minister and author whose novels include Coningsby and Sybil
  2. 19th-century English art critic and social reformer whose works include Modern Painters and Unto this Last
  3. English essayist and critic who wrote under the pen name Elia
  4. Play by Harold Pinter written in 1974
  5. American actress who won a best actress Oscar for her role in the 1947 film The Farmers Daughter
  6. Insect of the order Dermaptera
  7. English pop group whose original members were Liz McClarnon, Natasha Hamilton and Kerry Katona
  8. 1928 R C Sherriff play set in the trenches near Saint-Quentin, Aisne, in 1918
  9. Comedy panel game created and hosted by Vic Reeves and Bob Mortimer
  10. The phenomenon in which magnetic flux is excluded from a substance when it is in a superconducting state, except for a thin layer at the surface
  11. The chief coalmining and industrial region of Germany
  12. Stream that in ancient times was the boundary between Italy and Cisalpine Gaul
  13. Beatles song written by George Harrison that was released as a double A-sided single with Come Together
  14. Richard ___, German romantic composer whose works include The Ring of the Nibelung
  15. In botany, a dense mass of hyphae in which a fungus fructification may develop
  16. Jean-Paul ___, French philosopher, novelist and dramatist whose works include Being and Nothingness and Nausea
  17. The third and final studio album by Nirvana, released in 1993
  18. The southernmost and the shallowest of the Great Lakes
  19. The bending back of a part, especially the hand or foot or their digits
  20. English city called Aquae Sulis by the Romans
  21. The largest town in the county of Carmarthenshire
  22. A military tribunal
  23. Song by Arthur Hamilton first made famous by Julie London in 1955
  24. Device that controls the quantity of fuel or fuel and air mixture entering an engine
  25. The largest market town in Shropshire, close to the Welsh border
  26. English actor whose TV series include Only Fools and Horses, The Darling Buds of May and A Touch of Frost
  27. A cloth covering the back and arms of chairs, etc., to prevent soiling
  28. Member of The Addams Family played by Christina Ricci in the 1990s film adaptations
  29. The capital of Guam
  30. The capital of Louisiana
  31. City in Canada on Great Slave Lake that is capital of the Northwest Territories
  32. Welsh boxer nicknamed The Rock who held the WBA super lightweight title from 2007 to 2008
  33. TV presenter and entertainer associated with shows such as The Generation Game, Play Your Cards Right and Strictly Come Dancing
  34. The second largest city in Alaska
  35. Cruise ship hijacked by members of the Palestine Liberation Front in 1985
  36. With Vladimir, one of the two main characters in Samuel Becketts Waiting for Godot
  37. Scottish Championship football team nicknamed The Honest Men
  38. In Zen Buddhism, the state of sudden indescribable intuitive enlightenment
  39. Steroid hormone secreted chiefly by the ovaries and placenta
  40. The capital of Lesotho
  41. King of Mercia from 757 to 796
  42. Indonesian island whose capital is Denpasar
  43. See 28
  44. Slender feline mammal of the African bush
  45. Author of Ulysses and Finnegans Wake
  46. Karl ___, German admiral named as Adolf Hitlers successor as head of state in April 1945
  47. The grass Oryza sativa
  48. Canadian actor and comedian who starred in the Waynes World, Austin Powers and Shrek films
  49. Dog in the comic strip Garfield
  50. Element with the atomic number two
  51. Market town at the head of the estuary of the River Dart in Devon
  52. American baseball team whose home has been Fenway Park since 1912
  53. Theme song of the 2006 James Bond film Casino Royale by Soundgarden singer-guitarist Chris Cornell
  54. English property developer and TV presenter of shows such as Property Ladder and Help! My House is Falling Down
  55. Literary magazine started by Oliver Goldsmith in 1759, subtitled Literary Intelligencer