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  1. Country whose capital is Kigali
  2. 1964 number two UK hit single for Andy Williams
  3. A hybrid garden primrose with brightly-coloured flowers
  4. Character in Lewis Carrolls Alices Adventures in Wonderland that disappears gradually until nothing is left but its grin
  5. Another name for potassium carbonate or potassium hydroxide
  6. Short-tailed African primate with vertebral spines protruding through the skin in its neck region
  7. Jean-Bédel ___, emperor of the Central African Empire from 1966 until overthrown in 1979
  8. A monument honouring a dead person or persons buried elsewhere
  9. The usual US and Canadian name for Friesian cattle
  10. In various countries, the government department in charge of finance
  11. 1986 film starring Rob Lowe and Demi Moore, based on the 1974 David Mamet play Sexual Perversity in Chicago
  12. Labour MP for Vauxhall from 1989 who is a prominent supporter of Brexit
  13. Title shared by albums by Italian artists Lucio Dalla, Fabrizio De André, Chiara Civello and Mietta
  14. William ___, York-born English painter best known for his nudes
  15. Suburb of Birmingham that produced such notable performers as Steel Pulse, Joan Armatrading and Benjamin Zephaniah
  16. Dialect spoken in Delhi and used as a lingua franca in N India and Pakistan
  17. Japanese video game corporation founded as a card company in 1889
  18. Australian term for a con man
  19. Town in Lincolnshire for whose football team cricketer Ian Botham played
  20. See 31
  21. British pop music TV programme that ran from 1961 to 1966
  22. The eighth planet from the sun
  23. 2001 film starring Vinnie Jones as former footballer Danny Meehan
  24. Author of A Tale of a Tub and Gullivers Travels
  25. A robot designed to look and act like a human
  26. The capital of Venezuela
  27. A place where tin is mined
  28. A genus of perennial and annual plants in the family Polemoniaceae
  29. Northern Irish actor whose TV roles include Gaius Julius Caesar in Rome and Mance Rayder in Game of Thrones
  30. A distinguishing badge or emblem of military rank, office or membership
  31. Austrian physicist and philosopher who devised a system of speed measurement
  32. Country whose capital is Damascus
  33. See 8
  34. A coniferous tree with dark green scalelike leaves and rounded cones
  35. Board game whose name means leap
  36. American dancer who died in 1927 when her silk scarf became entangled in the wheels of a car
  37. British poet who experimented with sprung rhythm in his work
  38. Name of Igor Stravinskys second ballet as it was first performed at Théâtre du Châtelet, Paris, in 1911
  39. Former county town of Meath, home to the largest Cambro-Norman castle in Ireland
  40. Central character in a series of childrens books by Hugh Lofting
  41. The capital of Paraguay
  42. German luger who won gold medals at the 1992, 1994 and 1998 Winter Olympics
  43. Municipality in the province of Palawan, Philippines, noted for its beaches
  44. 1973 British film starring David Essex, Rosemary Leach and Ringo Starr that took its title from a Buddy Holly hit
  45. Burrhus Frederic ___, American behavioural psychologist who was the father of operant conditioning
  46. Author of The Life and Opinions of Tristram Shandy, Gentleman and A Sentimental Journey through France and Italy
  47. Supreme commander of a fleet or navy
  48. Former name for Taiwan
  49. A medical instrument for examining the external ear
  50. A liquorice-flavoured liqueur
  51. In Indian cookery, a method of cooking meat or vegetables in a clay oven
  52. Chinese alcoholic drink distilled from fermented sorghum
  53. The usual North American name for a dinner jacket
  54. 1980 Robert Zemeckis film starring Kurt Russell and Jack Warden