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  1. Stephen Kings second published novel
  2. 2004 film starring Jon Heder in the title role
  3. 1988 film by John Waters which formed the basis of a musical that became a film in 2007
  4. Long-tailed gallinaceous bird of the family Phasianidae
  5. 1983 single by Joan Armatrading that was her only appearance on the Billboard Hot 100
  6. Donkey in the Winnie-the-Pooh books by A A Milne
  7. Stage name of Michael Lee Aday
  8. Shania Twains first crossover hit which also won Single of the Year at the Canadian Country Music Awards in 1995
  9. British range that includes Windy Gyle, Bloodybush Edge and Carlin Tooth
  10. See 44
  11. Genus of flowering plants also known as woodruff
  12. Creeping or trailing plant of tropical America such as Tradescantia fluminensis or Zebrina pendula
  13. Paris museum that opened on 10 August 1793
  14. Giacomo ___, German composer of operas such as Robert le diable and Les Huguenots
  15. A course of hors doeuvres in an Italian meal
  16. Former Republic of Ireland footballer renowned for his long throws
  17. 1985 John Boorman film set in the Brazilian Rainforest
  18. The largest of the Channel Islands
  19. Welsh county created in 1972 from the administrative counties of Cardiganshire, Carmarthenshire and Pembrokeshire
  20. See 9
  21. Bernard ___, officer who successfully commanded Allied forces at the Battle of El Alamein
  22. Ancient Greek city in Epirus associated with the treaty that ended the First Macedonian War in 205 BC
  23. Cultivated variety of cabbage, Brassica oleracea acephala, with crinkled leaves
  24. The capital of (the Former Yugoslav Republic of) Macedonia
  25. The highest voice in a barbershop quartet
  26. In Greek mythology, a maiden who agreed to marry any man who could defeat her in a running race
  27. Brand name for the Post Offices Viewdata technology developed during the late 1970s
  28. 2015 musical by Lin-Manuel Miranda about an American Founding Father
  29. A stock exchange of continental Europe, especially Paris
  30. King of England who defeated Henry VI in the Wars of the 28 Down
  31. 1981 hit single and album by Altered Images
  32. Pioneer of American modern dance knighted by the King of Denmark for his work with the Royal Danish Ballet
  33. A street in Jerusalem believed to be the path that Jesus walked on the way to his crucifixion
  34. The Gay ___, 1934 American musical film starring Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers
  35. Former name for a Number 3 wood in golf
  36. The most virtuous knight of the Round Table
  37. Hans Christian Andersen fairy tale about a tiny girl
  38. Author of Peter Pan
  39. Card game based on collecting sets and sequences
  40. State of NE India with the heaviest rainfall in the world
  41. A range of chalk hills that extends from the Itchen Valley in Hampshire to Beachy Head in East Sussex
  42. Irish county whose county town is Trim
  43. Wooden character created by Enid Blyton
  44. Former full back who managed Luton Town and Sheffield United in the 1970s
  45. Highly contagious viral disease also called grippe
  46. English actress, author and entrepreneur who got engaged to Paul McCartney in 1967
  47. Rashid ___, former wicket keeper who captained Pakistan in 2003
  48. Ezekiel ___, Kenyan athlete who won the 3000 metres steeplechase at the 2004 and 2012 Olympics
  49. Patchwork elephant in a series of childrens books by David McKee
  50. Jana ___, Czech tennis player who won the womens singles title at Wimbledon in 1998
  51. In weightlifting, a lift in which the weight is raised to shoulder level and then above the head
  52. Standard monetary unit of Zambia and Malawi
  53. British cartoonist who created The Cloggies and The Fosdyke Saga
  54. Chesspiece also called a castle
  55. See 37
  56. Marie Osmond single that got to number two in the UK in 1973
  57. 2015 sequel to the Rocky film series featuring Tony Bellew
  58. English county whose administrative centre is Dorchester
  59. Russian newspaper first published in 1912 whose name means truth
  60. Influential American blues guitarist and singer who was a member of Muddy Waters band in the 1960s