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  1. Kingdom in southern Africa whose capital is Maseru
  2. English painter and author who was a co-founder of the Vorticist movement in art
  3. Infectious disease caused by the varicella zoster virus
  4. See 21
  5. The Muse of history in Greek mythology
  6. 2007 album by folk singer June Tabor featuring melodeon player Andy Cutting
  7. 1970s concept album and subsequent live rock opera by former Deep Purple bassist Roger Glover
  8. Ronald ___, 40th president of the US
  9. A space completely filled with matter, thus the opposite of a vacuum
  10. Italian city on the River Arno in Tuscany that is home to the football team Fiorentina
  11. A hat with the brim folded up on both sides
  12. South African cricketer who made his Test debut on 14 January against England
  13. Alabama's only port
  14. In geology, an outcrop of older rock surrounded by younger
  15. The capital of Finland
  16. B-29 Superfortress bomber that dropped the first atomic bomb to be used in war
  17. Israel's winning song in the 1978 Eurovision Song Contest, performed by Izhar Cohen and Alphabeta
  18. Norwegian town that hosted the 1994 Winter Olympics
  19. Margery ___, English crime writer who created gentleman sleuth Albert Campion
  20. Irish province that was partitioned in 1921
  21. A North American Indian people of NE Arizona
  22. Barbadian singer and songwriter whose surname is Fenty
  23. Name of two servants in William Shakespeare's The Comedy of Errors
  24. Alain ___, Swiss-born, British-based philosopher who co-founded The School of Life in 2008
  25. Town in France in which Bernadette Soubirous claimed to have visions of the Virgin Mary in 1858
  26. Cricketer who in 2015 broke the record for the most Test wickets taken by an Australian off-spin bowler
  27. Pakistan's first One Day International cricket captain
  28. 1940 novel by American author Richard Wright whose central character is Bigger Thomas
  29. Small market town in West Devon that hosts an arts festival in July
  30. Slender spiny-finned fish of the family Gempylidae also known as snake mackerel
  31. Evergreen perennial often grown indoors, having long, tough leaves and brownish-purple flowers
  32. Front man of punk band The Adverts who married bassist Gaye Advert
  33. Name for the Allied airmen of the Royal Air Force who fought the Battle of Britain in the Second World War
  34. African country whose capital is Lomé
  35. Substance obtained from the sapodilla that is the main ingredient of chewing gum
  36. City and state capital of New York, situated on the Hudson river
  37. Kent town on the Romney Marsh with an airport originally known as Ferryfield
  38. Song by So Solid Crew that reached Number 8 in the UK Singles Chart in 2002
  39. Scottish international defender who joined Burnley from Stoke City in 2017
  40. Country whose capital is Islamabad
  41. In Greek mythology, the son of Agamemnon and Clytemnestra, who killed his mother and her lover Aegisthus in revenge for their murder of his father
  42. 1974 David Bowie single that was his first hit since 1969 not to feature lead guitarist Mick Ronson
  43. The second largest city in the United States
  44. The capital of the Falkland Islands
  45. Former England fast bowler who added his third name, Dylan, by deed poll in 1965