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  1. Didier ___, Ivory Coast striker named African Footballer of the Year in 2006 and 2009
  2. Former WBA heavyweight boxing champion who lost his world title to Muhammad Ali in 1967
  3. Board game whose name means leap
  4. Former name for Iqaluit, the capital of Nunavut, Canada
  5. The official motto of the United States
  6. 1972 Michael Winner film starring Charles Bronson and Jan-Michael Vincent
  7. First name of the evil genius Blofeld in James Bond stories
  8. Ancient Sanskrit treatise on the art of love and sexual technique
  9. Original name of the rock group Black Sabbath
  10. Any of various plants having a white feathery appearance, such as traveller's joy or Spanish moss
  11. Hampshire river that meets the River Itchen at Southampton
  12. German city called Augusta Treverorum by the Romans
  13. 1974 Bachman-Turner Overdrive hit single
  14. The capital of Latvia
  15. Holland-Dozier-Holland song that gave Phil Collins his first number one single
  16. Chairman of Everton Football Club from 2004
  17. Breakfast cereal developed around 1900 by Swiss physician Maximilian Bircher-Benner
  18. The capital of Mali
  19. Another name for the penalty box in ice hockey
  20. An inspection, correction and verification of business accounts, conducted by an independent accountant
  21. Town on the Isle of Man that is the home of the island's only cathedral
  22. Thomas Hardy novel featuring the characters Paula Power and George Somerset
  23. In botany, an epidermal pore that controls the passage of gases into and out of a plant
  24. German name for the Austrian state in which Arnold Schwarzenegger was born
  25. Film and TV producer and director married to Ruby Wax
  26. 1976 album by Maddy Prior and June Tabor
  27. Short-tailed African primate with vertebral spines protruding through the skin in its neck region
  28. US state whose capital is Carson City
  29. In the Old Testament, the only child of Abraham and Sarah
  30. 1964 Alfred Hitchcock film based on a novel by Winston Graham
  31. BBC TV series that featured designers such as Linda Barker, Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen and Anna Ryder Richardson
  32. Variety of edible snail, usually eaten with a sauce of melted butter and garlic
  33. Sultanate whose capital in Muscat
  34. The capital of Peru
  35. In cricket, the achievement of a bowler in taking three wickets with successive balls
  36. Italian region whose capital is Venice
  37. The capital of the Independent State of Samoa
  38. Name given to the third from last Sunday before Lent in the Catholic and Anglican churches
  39. German word meaning "health"
  40. Fine-grained material to which figuline is the related adjective
  41. 1987 film starring Warren Beatty and Dustin Hoffman as lounge singers
  42. Any of a number of separate sections on a record, CD or cassette