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  1. Category-A listed building in Ayrshire that was the birthplace of John Dalrymple
  2. Chief sheikhdom and capital of the UAE
  3. Roman Catholic feast celebrated on the Thursday after Trinity Sunday
  4. Term for the region straddling the upper NE United States, the Great Lakes and the Midwest States
  5. In ancient Greece and Rome, a god of wine and giver of ecstasy, identified with Dionysus
  6. System of Christian belief that rejects the Trinity and the divinity of Christ
  7. English poet, painter, and printmaker whose works include Songs of Innocence and of Experience
  8. English poet, short story writer and novelist best known for his poem The Listeners
  9. 1960s animated Hanna-Barbera TV series whose title character was voiced by Jean Vander Pyl
  10. Any of the early French settlers in Nova Scotia, many of whom were deported to Louisiana in the 18th century
  11. A party game in which someone tries to catch and identify the other players without being able to see them
  12. Albert ___, detective created by Margery Allingham in 1929
  13. 1983 Michael Jackson single that reached number 3 in the UK chart
  14. Town in the Epping Forest district of Essex in which the TV series Birds of a Feather is set
  15. See 25
  16. The Popes tiara
  17. Large blood vessel of the neck that returns blood to the heart from the head and face
  18. Leon A ___, Philadelphia soul songwriting and record production partner of Kenneth Gamble on songs such as If You Dont Know Me by Now, Love Train, and When Will I See You Again
  19. The doctrine that the morally correct course of action consists in the greatest good for the greatest number
  20. Volcanic tropical island in the South Atlantic Ocean that was Napoleon Bonapartes second and final place of exile
  21. The only horse ever to complete the Champion Hurdle/Gold Cup double at Cheltenham
  22. Roman god of fire and metalworking whose Greek counterpart is Hephaestus
  23. In surveying, the horizontal angle of a bearing clockwise from a fixed reference plane
  24. Richard ___, German designer who helped to create the teddy bear
  25. Non-scientific subjects of study, such as literature and history
  26. A group or series of four
  27. American writer whose novels include The Naked and the Dead
  28. Stephen Bishops first album, featuring the hit singles On and On and Save It for a Rainy Day
  29. An omen of death in the form of a black dog in the J K Rowling novel Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban
  30. Vienna-born psychiatrist considered the founder of psychoanalytic child psychology alongside Melanie Klein
  31. City in southwest Germany, in the Bundesland of Rhineland-Palatinate, that became the largest US garrison outside the United States in the late 1940s
  32. See 5
  33. In rugby, a loose scrum that forms around a player who is holding the ball and on his feet
  34. An imaginary country of tiny inhabitants in Jonathan Swifts Gullivers Travels
  35. Well-known song by Sir Noël Coward from his 1929 operetta Bitter Sweet
  36. Fictional fox whose TV stooges included Rodney Bewes, Derek Fowlds and Roy North
  37. 1978 Rainer Werner Fassbinder film starring Dirk Bogarde, based on a novel of the same name by Vladimir Nabokov
  38. A rich velouté sauce made with a base of veal or chicken stock and cream or egg yolks
  39. 1984 science fantasy film starring Jeff Bridges and Karen Allen
  40. Another name for aurora borealis
  41. Type of administration of a British overseas territory, such as Hong Kong before the 1997 handover to the Peoples Republic of China
  42. Member of the fictional Addams Family played by Jackie Coogan in the original TV series and by Christopher Lloyd in the two films
  43. A 1972 Number 1 single for T Rex
  44. The bushy leguminous plant Cicer arietinum, cultivated for its edible seeds
  45. The capital of Zimbabwe, known as Salisbury until 1982
  46. One of a series of gliding steps in ballet in which the same foot always leads
  47. See 4
  48. Conservation organisation founded in 1895
  49. A jelly-like sweet flavoured with flower essences, usually cut into cubes and covered in icing sugar
  50. In Homers Odyssey, a sea nymph who detained Odysseus on the island of Ogygia for seven years
  51. The Icarus ___, 1988 thriller by Robert Ludlum that is the sequel to The Chancellor Manuscript
  52. The derived SI unit of pressure
  53. English singer-songwriter who was a founding member of the progressive rock band Van der Graaf Generator
  54. A dry brown brandy distilled in the French district of Gers