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  1. 1969 rock opera by The Who
  2. Colin ___, Scottish golfer who has won a record eight European Tour Order of Merit titles
  3. 1868 novel by Wilkie Collins
  4. Whiskey distilled from a mash of corn, malt and rye, aged in charred oak barrels
  5. See 26
  6. Widely-cultivated lawn grass with stiff narrow leaves
  7. Sea area off the coast of County Cork, used in the British Shipping Forecast
  8. Small shrub in the family Labiatae with a strong mintlike odour
  9. In medieval Scotland, a person of rank, often the chief of a clan, holding land from the king
  10. William Harrison ___, English historical novelist best known for Rookwood, which features Dick Turpin as its leading character
  11. The primrose Primula veris, also called paigle
  12. The formal transliteration of the kanji symbol for Japan
  13. A weaverbird of the genus Passer and related genera
  14. 2001 biopic starring Will Smith in the title role
  15. Large lighthouse built on an island off Alexandria included among the Seven Wonders of the World
  16. The name of Cambodia from 1976 to 1989
  17. In astrology, a twelfth division of the celestial sphere
  18. Country whose capital is Dhaka
  19. Swedish port on the Sound that was part of Denmark until 1658
  20. A metal ring, tube or cap placed over the end of a stick, handle or post
  21. English solicitor who travels to Transylvania to consult Dracula in Bram Stokers 1897 novel
  22. The capital of American Samoa
  23. Best Actor Oscar-winner for Coming Home
  24. A twining Asian convolvulus plant from whose roots a purgative juice is derived
  25. Former manager of Wimbledon, Watford and Sheffield United among others, nicknamed Harry
  26. An obsolete unit of length equal to approximately 45 inches
  27. Short-lived 1978 TV music series in which Peter Cook played the manager of the fictional ballroom where the show supposedly took place
  28. Experimental German rock band whose albums included Future Days
  29. Brightest star in the constellation Virgo
  30. The second wife of Philip V of Spain and mother of Charles III of Spain
  31. Flowering plant also known as sowbread
  32. Pop band whose lead singer was born George Alan ODowd
  33. See 52
  34. Brightest star in the constellation Taurus
  35. The third most populous city in Peru, known as the Capital of the everlasting Spring
  36. The last James Bond film to feature Lois Maxwell as Miss Moneypenny
  37. Nickname of the guitarist in The Commitments, played by Glen Hansard in Alan Parkers 1991 film
  38. The Abbot of ___, Scottish equivalent of Englands Lord of Misrule
  39. Fernando ___, Spanish classical guitarist and composer whose works include the ballet Cendrillon
  40. See 45
  41. Geographical region located in parts of present-day Belgium, France and the Netherlands
  42. Gravy powder first sold in 1908
  43. See 33
  44. Country formerly known as the Kingdom of Hejaz and Nejd
  45. In Genesis, the son of Peleg and the father of Serug, thus Abrahams great-great-grandfather
  46. Irish county whose county town is Tralee
  47. The imperial dynasty of China from 1368 to 1644
  48. North American Mennonite sect known for simple living, plain dress and reluctance to adopt modern technology
  49. Official name for the tax disc between 1920 and 1936, at which time the hypothecation of vehicle excise duty was formally ended
  50. Plant of the borage family with rough hairy stems and bright, typically blue, flowers
  51. 1908 novel by E M Forster featuring the character Lucy Honeychurch
  52. A shallow inlet of the North Sea on the east coast of England between Lincolnshire and Norfolk
  53. An imaginary flower that never fades, an emblem of immortality
  54. 1992 thriller by Robert Harris that takes the form of an alternative history in which Nazi Germany won World War II
  55. Part of the Dies Irae sequence in the Requiem mass, set as a discrete movement by many composers, including Mozart, Berlioz and Verdi
  56. 1979 single that was KC and the Sunshine Bands fifth and final number one hit on the Billboard Hot 100 charts
  57. Australian rock band best known for their 1981 hit Down Under
  58. Game played on a large plastic mat that became a success when Eva Gabor played it with Johnny Carson on The Tonight Show on TV in 1966
  59. Sir Richard Rodney ___, British composer whose operas include The Mines of Sulphur and Victory
  60. A peer-to-peer electronic payment system invented by Satoshi Nakamoto in 2008
  61. DIY product developed by Dr Saloman Neumann in 1954
  62. Pharisee and a member of the Sanhedrin who, according to St Johns Gospel, showed favour to Jesus