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  1. Rounded heavy masses of granite or iron used in curling
  2. 1995 coming-of-age film whose cast includes Christina Ricci, Rosie O'Donnell, Melanie Griffith and Demi Moore
  3. Stage name of Ian Fraser Kilmister of Hawkwind and Motörhead
  4. Island of Indonesia whose capital is Jakarta
  5. A finger-shaped cake of choux pastry named from the French for 'lightning
  6. British comedian whose real name was Charlie Olden
  7. Singer who was married to Stevie Wonder from 1970 to 1972
  8. In snooker, a shot that goes into a pocket after striking another ball
  9. Carl Perkins song that is the opening track of Elvis Presley's eponymous debut album
  10. 1977 album by Jean Michel Jarre
  11. Sammy ___, the all-time home run leader among foreign-born Major League Baseball players
  12. Syncopated dance in duple time that originated in Cuba
  13. Type of loudspeaker that projects audio from a wide enclosure, often used with a television
  14. ___-les-Bains, town on the south shore of Lake Geneva noted for its mineral water
  15. An incised die used to make a design in relief
  16. Herb used to make pesto
  17. Method of viral reproduction characterised by integration of the bacteriophage nucleic acid into the host bacterium's genome
  18. A small hole for a lace or cord to be passed through
  19. Mary ___, screen name of the Canadian-American film actress born Gladys Marie Smith in 1892
  20. Genus of herbaceous flowering plants whose cultivars include Casa Blanca and Fata Morgana
  21. A backing on which a picture or photograph is set for display
  22. Collection in four books of Latin lyric poems by Horace, published from 23 to 13 BC
  23. Andrew ___, name given to André Previn by Morecambe and Wise
  24. 1969 single by The Kinks covered 20 years later by Kirsty MacColl
  25. Closed town in Sverdlovsk Oblast, Russia, kept secret until 1994
  26. The official standard of fineness of British coins
  27. 1983 film starring Mary Steenburgen, based on a 1942 memoir by Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings
  28. The standard monetary unit of the Czech Republic
  29. Ring name of the WWE wrestler Glenn Jacobs
  30. Boraginaceous South American with small fragrant purple flowers
  31. Any of the small drupes that make up the fruit of the blackberry, raspberry, etc
  32. Zara ___, 2006 BBC Sports Personality of the Year
  33. River port, industrial centre, and largest French-speaking city of Belgium
  34. In music, a character that lowers a note a semitone
  35. What Jack Sprat's wife couldn't eat, in the nursery rhyme
  36. Birds found in a parliament
  37. 1980 John Landis film starring John Belushi and Dan Aykroyd
  38. Charles Robert ___, British architect and designer who was a prime mover of the Arts and Crafts movement
  39. Island off the SW coast of Scotland, in the Firth of Clyde
  40. English folk singer-songwriter called the "Barnsley Nightingale"
  41. A wall or other boundary marker that is set in a ditch so as not to interrupt the view
  42. Group of nomadic Iranian peoples who historically inhabited the northern and eastern Eurasian Steppe and the Tarim Basin
  43. Football club established in 1875 that moved to Ewood Park in 1890
  44. George Bernard ___, Irish dramatist and critic awarded the Nobel prize in literature in 1925
  45. Hugo ___, Swiss cyclist who won the Tour de France and the Giro d'Italia
  46. See 9
  47. African country whose capital is Khartoum
  48. In baseball, a division of the game consisting of a turn at bat and a turn in the field for each side
  49. The least populated city in Northern Ireland
  50. Acute viral disease whose technical name is herpes zoster
  51. 2002 number one album by Blue
  52. Edible saprotrophic ascomycetous subterranean fungus of the genus Tuber
  53. Highly-seasoned smoked beef
  54. Racehorse which won three successive Cheltenham Gold Cups this century