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  1. 1966 William Wyler comedy film starring Audrey Hepburn, Peter OToole, Eli Wallach and Hugh Griffith
  2. See 9
  3. 1938 film starring Spencer Tracy and Mickey Rooney about an organisation for at-risk children founded by Father Edward J Flanagan
  4. 1995 Michael Caton-Jones film starring Liam Neeson, Jessica Lange, John Hurt and Tim Roth
  5. Fruit of the evergreen rutaceous tree Citrus paradisi
  6. A sweet white wine made in the southern Bordeaux district of France
  7. The ___, play by Anton Chekhov first produced in 1896
  8. Czech-born German golfer whose European Tour wins include the 1995 Volvo Masters and the 2002 Trophée Lancôme
  9. English editor-in-chief of American Vogue since 1988
  10. Any of several Native peoples of N America or Greenland, as distinguished from those from Asia or the Aleutian Islands
  11. The principal port of Corsica
  12. Sir Andrew ___, Poet Laureate from 1999 to 2009
  13. Marina ___, Serbian conceptual and performance artist whose first major UK exhibition was originally set to open last month at 47 Across but has been rescheduled due to the COVID-19 pandemic
  14. Country whose capital is Amman
  15. Annual flat race that takes place in Scotland in September, originally run at Belleisle in 1804
  16. Tropical plant of the genus Cassia with yellow flowers and long pods
  17. French cubist painter who was influenced by industrial technology
  18. The heavily fortified central tower or keep of a medieval castle
  19. Colourless volatile pungent liquid, also called ethanal, whose formula is CH3CHO
  20. Country whose capital is Cairo
  21. Tree of the genus Salix
  22. A vat in which cloth is bleached
  23. Character in Brookside played by Betty Alberge from 1983 to 1985
  24. The first book of the Old Testament
  25. Radio 4 comic fantasy series starring Stephen Mangan, Alistair McGowan and Kevin Eldon
  26. The capital of the canton of Valais in Switzerland
  27. See 45
  28. A kind of witchcraft originating in Africa and practised by some West Indians
  29. Institution founded by King George III on 10 December 1768
  30. Colour of the snooker ball worth two points
  31. Type of mental representation introduced by Edward Tolman in 1948
  32. Small African antelope, the male of which has ridged spikelike horns
  33. Manchester-based fashion brand launched by David Mallon in 1999
  34. The male reproductive organ of a flower
  35. Organisation for the study and dissemination of taxonomy and natural history founded in 1788, named after a Swedish naturalist
  36. Distillation product from coal tar boiling containing aromatic hydrocarbons
  37. Dallas nightclub operator who fatally shot Lee Harvey Oswald in 1963
  38. Real surname of comedian Vic Reeves
  39. The season including the four Sundays preceding Christmas
  40. Canadian sprinter disqualified after winning the mens 100m the 1988 Olympics
  41. Horse that won the Derby in 1995
  42. Art gallery in Florence in a building built by Giorgio Vasari in the 16th century
  43. Shepherdess loved by Daphnis in a story by the Greek author Longus
  44. An impression taken to remove remaining ink from an engraved plate before re-inking
  45. Professional body formed in 1980 from the merger of four scientific institutions
  46. Thomas ___, English inventor who created the first practical steam engine for pumping water
  47. A full-bodied golden-coloured sweet sherry
  48. 1987 film starring Barbara Hershey, Jill Clayburgh, and Martha Plimpton, featuring music by Tangerine Dream
  49. 1936 orchestral work by George Gershwin based upon music from his opera Porgy and Bess
  50. 1980 single that was Dexys Midnight Runners first UK number one
  51. Youth who drowned in the Hellespont while swimming to reach his beloved Hero
  52. 1977 spy novel by John le Carré whose title refers to Gerald Westerby, a British spy sent to Hong Kong by George Smiley
  53. 1931 Western that was Best Picture at the fourth Academy Awards
  54. In the Old Testament, a city destroyed by God for its wickedness along with Gomorrah
  55. A wheel-like instrument used by surveyors to measure distances
  56. Family name of the dukes of Ferrara and of Modena