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  1. 2000 film starring Sandra Bullock, Michael Caine, Benjamin Bratt and Candice Bergen
  2. 1977 album by John Martyn featuring the songs Couldnt Love You More and Small Hours
  3. See 38
  4. The holiest city of Islam
  5. WWE professional wrestler born Natalie Nelson
  6. Former West Indian cricketer chosen by Wisden in 2002 as the greatest ODI batsman of all time
  7. Currency that a creditor must by law accept in redemption of a debt
  8. Russian venue for the 2014 Winter Olympics
  9. English religious leader who founded the Society of Friends in 1647
  10. 1959 UK top ten hit for Neil Sedaka
  11. A synthetic fibre developed at DuPont in 1965, consisting of long-chain polyamides, with a high tensile strength and temperate resistance
  12. Horse that won the 2002 Grand National
  13. Infraorder of the cockroach order Blattodea to which termites belong
  14. Tottenham Hotspurs record goalscorer who has also scored more hat-tricks for England than anyone else
  15. In German philosophy and epistemology, a comprehensive view or personal philosophy of human life and the universe
  16. Franco-German theologian, organist, philosopher and physician who received the 1952 Nobel Peace Prize
  17. Italian painter of the Early Renaissance whose masterpieces include The Birth of Venus and Primavera
  18. Country whose capital is Buenos Aires
  19. Linda McCartneys maiden name
  20. Consultant Editor for the Daily Mail often seen on TV with Kevin Maguire from the Daily Mirror
  21. Small projection on the anterior edge of the wing of a bird, also called a bastard wing
  22. A domesticated South American cud-chewing mammal closely related to the llama
  23. Another name for fruit sugar
  24. US state whose capital is Albany
  25. Oscar-winning 1968 film directed by Carol Reed, based on a musical by Lionel Bart
  26. Minister of Transport from 1934 to 1937 who rewrote the Highway Code and introduced the driving test and a beacon at pedestrian crossings
  27. 1980 horror film directed by John Carpenter, who also co-wrote the screenplay and composed the music
  28. The capital of Tanzania
  29. Japanese dish of bite-sized pieces of raw fish eaten with soy sauce and wasabi paste
  30. Hampshire village that is home to the National Motor Museum
  31. The Brazilian rodent Kerodon rupestris, also called a mocó
  32. The capital of Egypt
  33. A small strip of fish or chicken, coated in breadcrumbs and deep-fried
  34. Pale green transparent variety of the olivine chrysolite, used as a gemstone
  35. Mild analgesic drug known as acetaminophen in the US
  36. 17th-century card game that was the first in which a trump suit was established by bidding
  37. A work on astronomy, compiled by Ptolemy in the 2nd century AD, containing a description of the geocentric system of the universe and a star catalogue
  38. Lion in the TV series The Herbs
  39. Small smooth-haired breed of dog of African origin that is unable to bark
  40. Constituent part of the University of Oxford converted into a military hospital during World War I whose patients included Robert Graves and Siegfried Sassoon
  41. Elegy written by Percy Bysshe Shelley on the death of John Keats in 1821
  42. See 53
  43. Plants of the monocotyledonous flowering family Araceae
  44. The political unification of Italy in the 19th century
  45. 1748 Samuel Richardson novel subtitled the History of a Young Lady
  46. Older of the singing brothers whose hits included Bye Bye Love, Wake Up Little Susie and All I Have to Do Is Dream
  47. Composer born in 1819 whose operettas include Orpheus in the Underworld
  48. Oscar-winning actor who topped the UK singles chart in 1970 with Wandrin Star
  49. American singer, songwriter, actor and social activist whose 1962 album Midnight Special features Bob Dylan playing harmonica on the title track
  50. Name of the largest lake in Europe
  51. The seventh sign of the zodiac
  52. The capital of Portugal
  53. The larger of the two satellites of Mars
  54. 1924 composition by George Gershwin for solo piano and jazz band