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  1. A rhythmic group of eight lines of verse
  2. Girolamo ___, Italian Baroque composer whose works include the liturgical organ music collection Fiori musicali
  3. The second largest city in the United States
  4. 1952 play by Arthur Miller about the Salem witch trials
  5. The capital of the United Kingdom
  6. Play by Harold Brighouse set in Salford in 1880
  7. The capital of Japan
  8. Insectivorous songbird of the family Dicruridae, of the Old World tropics
  9. The capital of the state of Bavaria, on the Isar River
  10. Another name for a pluviometer
  11. City in San Diego County, California, nicknamed The Big Box
  12. Coastal town in Norfolk at the mouth of the River Yare
  13. The capital of Nova Scotia
  14. 1945 short story by J D Salinger whose eponymous heroine lives in the Bronx
  15. The principal port city of Syria
  16. Willie ___, snooker player who was nicknamed Mr Maximum
  17. Mountainous Italian island that was Napoleon Bonapartes first place of exile
  18. A 1993 collection of short stories by William Sleator
  19. Insect whose larva is often called a doodlebug in North America
  20. A cultivated variety of cabbage also called turnip cabbage
  21. In Greek mythology, a Thessalian king punished by Zeus for his love of Hera by being bound to a perpetually-revolving wheel
  22. 1965 comedy Western starring Jane Fonda and Lee Marvin
  23. A senior Byzantine court title that was bestowed on the sons or sons-in-law of reigning emperors
  24. Polar explorer associated with the ship Endurance
  25. A mixed drink that doesnt contain alcohol
  26. Part of the body whose technical name is the pollex
  27. Eric ___, Monty Python member who co-wrote and sang the theme tune to the TV series One Foot in the Grave
  28. BBC Radio 4 programme presented by Ned Sherrin from 1998 to 2006
  29. A young unfledged bird, especially a pigeon
  30. See 9
  31. A member of a South American Indian people whose empire centred on Peru
  32. A cattle-rearing people of southern Africa, living chiefly in South Africa
  33. Brightest star in the constellation Cygnus
  34. The capital of Ghana
  35. English actress whose TV shows included In Loving Memory, Hallelujah! and Last of the Summer Wine
  36. 1923 novel by D H Lawrence set in Australia
  37. Small constellation containing the star Vega
  38. 1967 Top Ten hit single for Manfred Mann
  39. Actor who created the role of Juan Perón in the musical Evita opposite Elaine Paige
  40. The chief port of Spain
  41. The second most populous state in India after Uttar Pradesh
  42. The practice of joining a political party with the intention of changing its principles and policies
  43. Horse that won the 2000 Guineas, Derby, Eclipse Stakes and King George VI and Queen Elizabeth Stakes in 1989
  44. Mike Leigh play that opened at the Hampstead Theatre in April 1977
  45. The capital of Nigeria
  46. The Damned ___, 2009 film in which Michael Sheen played Brian Clough
  47. Caravaggio painting in the Uffizi Gallery, Florence
  48. The large wedge-shaped bone, consisting of five fused vertebrae, in the lower part of the back
  49. The anhydrous commercial form of sodium carbonate
  50. Nicolas ___, President of France from 2007 to 2012
  51. The capital of China
  52. See 11
  53. The capital of Germany
  54. Play by Thornton Wilder set in the fictional community of Grovers Corners
  55. The capital of France
  56. The innermost of Jupiters known moons
  57. The outer and thinner of the two bones between the knee and ankle of the leg
  58. Woody Allen film for which Diane Keaton won a Best Actress Oscar
  59. ___ Dimittis, the Latin name for the Canticle of Simeon
  60. John Denvers second US number one single
  61. The capital of Mali
  62. Horse that won the Derby, the King George VI and Queen Elizabeth Stakes and the Prix de lArc de Triomphe in 1995
  63. King of Mycenae who led the Greeks at the siege of Troy
  64. Bumps on a ski slope used for freestyle skiing competitions
  65. A port and resort in Emilia-Romagna on Italys Adriatic coast
  66. Rugby union players that traditionally wear 9 and 10