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  1. Team who in 2013 became the first ever team from the fourth tier of English football to reach a major domestic Wembley cup final
  2. 2012 book by American historian James T Patterson subtitled How 1965 Transformed America
  3. 1973 Sydney Pollack film starring Barbra Streisand and Robert Redford
  4. 1999 film starring Keanu Reeves as Thomas A Anderson/Neo
  5. Home ground of Everton FC
  6. An abbreviation for Oxfordshire
  7. George ___, English mathematician and philosopher who invented the logic which is the basis of modern computing
  8. 2004 biographical film based on the life of Bobby Darin starring Kevin Spacey, who also co-wrote, directed, and co-produced the film
  9. US TV talent show hosted by Ryan Seacrest
  10. French actress born Françoise Sorya Dreyfus in Paris in 1932
  11. See 27
  12. Welsh daily newspaper launched in Wrexham in 1973
  13. The fourth-largest city in the United States of America and the largest in Texas
  14. 1960 John Sturges Western based on a 1954 Akira Kurosawa film
  15. Russian-born American novelist, playwright and screenwriter born Alisa Zinovyevna Rosenbaum
  16. In the US, the main course of a meal
  17. 2003 French comedy-crime caper film directed by Francis Veber starring Gérard Depardieu as a small-time thief
  18. The drug 3,4-methylenedioxymethamphetamine
  19. English actress who played Mo Butcher in EastEnders from 1988 to 1990
  20. Genus of carnivorous plants, with at least 194 species, commonly known as the sundews
  21. A hot drink of port and lemon juice, usually spiced and sweetened
  22. American TV Western series that ran from 1957 to 1965
  23. Death Cab for ___, American rock band whose debut album was Something About Airplanes, released in 1998
  24. Another name for the green woodpecker
  25. Viktor ___, Serbian tennis player who won the deciding rubber in Serbias Davis Cup final win against France in 2010
  26. City in Nevada known as The Biggest Little City in the World
  27. Murder mystery novel by Martin Amis published in 1989
  28. 1962 film starring Yves Montand, Shirley MacLaine and Edward G Robinson
  29. London tube station on the Piccadilly Line between Manor House and Wood Green
  30. Realm in J R R Tolkiens Middle-earth also referred to as Riddermark or The Mark
  31. American actor who starred in the Blade film trilogy
  32. Highly contagious disease caused by primary infection with varicella zoster virus
  33. White wine from the Lazio region of Italy
  34. English punk rock band fronted by Joe Strummer
  35. British violinist born in Singapore in 1978
  36. New York City thoroughfare famous for its theatres
  37. Horse that won the 1999 Derby
  38. Dutch city associated with the 1713 treaty that ended the War of the Spanish Succession
  39. American confectionery item first sold in 1900
  40. 25 Down -born singer and actress who came to fame as a member of Destinys Child
  41. Branch of mathematics in which alphabetic symbols represent unknown numbers
  42. Any of a class of compounds produced by reaction between acids and alcohols with the elimination of water
  43. Ray ___, Welsh snooker player nicknamed Dracula who won six World Championships
  44. Asian republic occupying the island of Ceylon
  45. Small four-stringed guitar that originated in Hawaii in the 19th century
  46. Fencing sword similar to the foil but with a larger guard and a heavier blade
  47. Capacity in which 3 Down represented Thailand at the 2014 Winter Olympics
  48. The largest of the Dodecanese islands
  49. American actress who won a Best Actress Oscar for her performance in Misery
  50. Name for the US government-sponsored enterprise The Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation, put under the conservatorship of the Federal Housing Finance Agency in 2008
  51. Sigmund ___, Hungarian-born US composer of operettas such as The Student Prince and The Desert Song
  52. Noel ___, former Radio 1 DJ who became a successful TV presenter
  53. Ralf ___, Hamburg-born sociologist who was director of the LSE from 1974 to 1984
  54. Jean ___, French driver and constructor who won the 24 Hours of Le Mans in 1980 in a car bearing his own name
  55. A white waxy substance obtained from oil from the head of the sperm whale and used in cosmetics, candles, etc
  56. An official in games such as cricket and baseball