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  1. German dish of beef marinated in vinegar and sugar and then braised
  2. Common name for the fruit of the tree Pyrus nivalis
  3. Light-sensitive membrane forming the inner lining of the posterior wall of the eyeball
  4. 2003 childrens book by Dick King-Smith about a kitten
  5. 2008 animated film by Nick Park, the fourth to feature Wallace and Gromit
  6. Labour life peer and former MP who was saved from the Nazis in Prague by English stockbroker Nicholas Winton
  7. Soft silvery-white metallic element of the lanthanide series used as a neutron absorber in nuclear control rods
  8. Nickname of the 1st US Volunteer Cavalry Regiment during the Spanish-American War
  9. Dutch portrait and genre painter best known for The Laughing Cavalier
  10. The birthplace of Sir Isaac Newton and Margaret Thatcher
  11. Drummer whose Five topped the UK singles charts in January 1964 with Glad All Over
  12. Englands most-capped cricketer
  13. A sustained involuntary muscular contraction
  14. Musical direction meaning to be played with strong initial attack
  15. 2017 ITV game show presented by Rylan Clark-Neal
  16. In Greek mythology, the daughter of Priam and Hecuba whose prophecies were not believed
  17. Song, based on a melody that was written as a jingle for a Lego commercial, sung by Justin Hayward on the album Jeff Waynes Musical Version of The War of the Worlds
  18. A sauce for pasta consisting of crushed basil leaves, nuts, garlic, oil and Parmesan cheese
  19. Character who delivers the line A handbag? in Oscar Wildes play The Importance of Being Earnest
  20. See 23
  21. Congenital disease caused by chromosomal abnormality named after a 19th-century English physician
  22. Island in the Firth of Clyde whose chief town is Rothesay
  23. The last person to rule Egypt as a pharaoh
  24. A person who buys up old horses for slaughter
  25. US western TV series starring James Garner that ran from 1957 to 1962
  26. TV series presented by Esther Rantzen on BBC1 between 1973 and 1994
  27. 1647 opera by the Italian composer Luigi Rossi that was one of the earliest operas to be staged in France
  28. Carbonated soft drink flavoured with vanilla
  29. Ancient Phoenician city that is the legendary birthplace of Dido
  30. The county town of County Mayo in the Republic of Ireland
  31. The southernmost of the Inner Hebrides
  32. A chordate animal characterised by a bony or cartilaginous skeleton and a well-developed brain
  33. A sea perch such as Morone labrax
  34. 1946 Powell and Pressburger film released in the US under the title Stairway to Heaven
  35. Part of speech that usually ends with a y
  36. See 35
  37. French army officer whose false imprisonment for treason in 1894 prompted Emile Zola to write the pamphlet Jaccuse
  38. Best Actor Oscar-winner for To Kill a Mockingbird
  39. See 45
  40. Another name for the puma
  41. From the 13th century to 1806, a German count who ruled over a specified territory
  42. Series of first-person shooter video games developed by id Software from 1993
  43. See 51
  44. Compact variety of talc also called steatite
  45. George Michaels first live album, released in 2014
  46. See 8
  47. 1984 musical, with lyrics by Tim Rice and music by Björn Ulvaeus and Benny Andersson, featuring the song I Know Him So Well
  48. See 26
  49. 1943 Western film directed by Howard Hughes that turned Jane Russell into a sex symbol and Hollywood icon
  50. Hungarian chess player who became the worlds youngest grandmaster in 1994
  51. 1968 novel by Charles Portis, filmed by Henry Hathaway in 1969 and by the Coen brothers in 2010
  52. Asian republic that was formerly the Eastern Province of Pakistan
  53. Co-author, with Jonathan Lynn, of the TV series Yes Minister and Yes, Prime Minister who was knighted in 1988
  54. British lingerie retailer founded in 1994 by Joseph Corré and Serena Rees
  55. 1960 play about T E Lawrence by Terence Rattigan
  56. Wizard and counsellor to King Arthur in Arthurian legend
  57. Caribbean republic whose capital is Roseau