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  1. Any die, domino or any of four playing cards with one spot
  2. Musical style that flourished in France and the Burgundian Low Countries in the Late Middle Ages
  3. Harry S ___ , 33rd President of the United States
  4. 1980 single that was Dexys Midnight Runners' first UK number one
  5. The second book of the Old Testament
  6. Banker who used his vast fortune to control the Florentine political system in the 15th century
  7. A cocktail of gin or vodka and lime juice
  8. Horse that won the 1999 Derby
  9. Body of water between Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan that was once one of the four largest lakes in the world
  10. Swiss city that is home to the International Red Cross
  11. Spice Girl nicknamed Scary Spice
  12. Bird of the family Columbidae
  13. Member of a class of mainly aquatic arthropod animals with hard shells, such as crabs, shrimps and woodlice
  14. Alan ___, British athlete who failed to clear any hurdles on his lap of honour following his victory in the 400m hurdles at the 1974 Commonwealth Games
  15. Greek hero who was killed by Paris, who wounded him in the heel
  16. Ernest ___, Swiss conductor who founded the Orchestre de la Suisse Romande in 1918
  17. Knighted British diplomat, politician and author married to Vita Sackville-West
  18. The eighth event in the decathlon
  19. City in the Darling Downs region of Queensland, Australia, nicknamed 'The Garden City
  20. January to March at the University of Cambridge and the LSE, for example
  21. A haploid germ cell that fuses with another germ cell during fertilisation
  22. Lauren ___, American actress born Betty Joan Perske
  23. The state capital of Nebraska
  24. City in Styria that is home to the Formula 1 Austrian Grand Prix
  25. City in Mozambique, called João Belo until 1975, that is capital of Gaza Province
  26. US Army general, and unsuccessful presidential candidate of the Whig Party in 1852, known as "Old Fuss and Feathers"
  27. State of Germany whose capital is Stuttgart
  28. British cosmetics retailer founded in 1995
  29. Name adopted by the world featherweight boxing champions born William H Rothwell and Raffaele Giordano
  30. Plant of the genus Mentha that has aromatic leaves
  31. Anti-tank weapon named after a musical instrument popularised in the 1930s by radio comedian Bob Burns
  32. A wild goat with large backward-curving horns
  33. Horse that won the Grand National in 1973, 1974 and 1977
  34. John ___, British composer and pianist who was director of the London College of Music from 1983 to 1990
  35. Russian venue for the 2014 Winter Olympics
  36. In horse racing, a persistent horse
  37. Another name for a depression in meteorology
  38. A mild, mottled green, semi-hard British cheese
  39. Second largest Australian city, capital of Victoria state
  40. Gallinaceous bird of the family Tetraonidae
  41. A stone pillar with sides that taper towards a pyramidal top, often used as a monument in ancient Egypt
  42. Marie ___, English music-hall entertainer whose real name was Matilda Alice Victoria Wood
  43. Any books printed before 1501
  44. Horse that won back-to-back Prix de l'Arc de Triomphes in 1977 and 1978
  45. Best Picture at the 61st Academy Awards
  46. School of Buddhism that teaches that contemplation of one's essential nature is the only way of achieving pure enlightenment
  47. Informal term for a haughty or socially pretentious woman
  48. The second album by Joni Mitchell
  49. American Major League Soccer club based in Ohio
  50. Greek historian known as 'the Father of History
  51. The science or philosophy of law
  52. American multinational toy manufacturing company founded in 1945