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  1. Former state of NW India that became part of Rajasthan in 1947
  2. A red wine from the Bordeaux district of France
  3. The largest city in New Jersey
  4. Element with the chemical symbol S
  5. The usual North American name for a dinner jacket
  6. Technical name for shingles
  7. Another name for a prime minister
  8. A medical instrument consisting of an illuminated tube inserted through the abdominal wall
  9. 1991 Steven Spielberg film starring Dustin Hoffman in the title role
  10. American guitarist who was one of the pioneers of the solid-body electric guitar
  11. Character in the TV sitcom Taxi played by Andy Kaufman
  12. Bookmakers slang for odds of 2-1
  13. Character in Toy Story voiced by Annie Potts
  14. See 22
  15. English poet whose works include The Rape of the Lock and The Dunciad
  16. Linda ___, Canadian actress best known for playing Tara King in The Avengers
  17. The capital of the Democratic Republic of the Congo
  18. 1980 Top 10 hit single for The Piranhas which was a cover version of a 1958 instrumental hit for Elias & His Zig Zag Jive Flutes
  19. L Frank ___, American author of The Wonderful Wizard of Oz
  20. A womans brief two-piece swimming costume
  21. The final instalment of a series of video games set in Sosaria and Britannia, subtitled Ascension
  22. English singer and actress who originated the roles of Eva Perón in Evita and Grizabella in Cats
  23. Generic term for a number of Italian double chantered pipes
  24. See 21
  25. Fabulous creature with the body of a lion, tail of a scorpion, porcupine quills and a human head
  26. American actress whose films include Goodbye, Columbus and Love Story
  27. Brazilian tennis player who won the first of her three ladies singles titles at Wimbledon in 1959
  28. In Greek mythology, she was the wife and also killer of Agamemnon
  29. Former presenter of Newsnight who stood unsuccessfully as a candidate for Change UK at the 2019 European Parliament elections
  30. Member of an aristocratic English family who married Sir Oswald Mosley at the home of Joseph Goebbels, with Adolf Hitler as guest of honour
  31. French composer who wrote the operas Les Troyens and Benvenuto Cellini
  32. Former captain of Bath who was the first British player to lift the Heineken Cup
  33. TV presenter and journalist best known for co-presenting Top Gear with Jeremy Clarkson and Richard Hammond
  34. 1971 Christmas number one single by Benny Hill subtitled The Fastest Milkman In The West
  35. Buildings particularly associated with Kent
  36. A cylindrical mass of calcium carbonate hanging from the roof of a limestone cave
  37. A large Asian labyrinth fish used for food
  38. Region of England south of the Wash
  39. US state whose capital is Jackson
  40. Horse that won the 1999 Derby
  41. City in Kansas of which Wild Bill Hickok was marshal from April to December in 1871
  42. Welsh leader executed in 1283 after leading a revolt against Edward I
  43. African country whose capital is Bujumbura
  44. 1964 Rolling Stones hit that is the only blues song ever to top the British pop charts
  45. The large black-and-white African carrion-eating stork Leptoptilos crumeniferus
  46. 1936 documentary film featuring a poem by W H Auden and music by Benjamin Britten
  47. Beppe ___, comedian who founded the Five Star Movement in Italy
  48. 1944 George Cukor featuring the screen debut of an 18-year-old Angela Lansbury
  49. A hat made of the plaited leaves of the jipijapa plant
  50. African country whose capital is Kampala
  51. Germaine ___, Australian feminist writer whose books include The Female Eunuch
  52. Italian city on the River Arno in Tuscany that is home to the football team Fiorentina
  53. In architecture, a moulding having a cross section in the form of a letter S
  54. 1986 Brian De Palma film starring Danny DeVito, Joe Piscopo and Harvey Keitel
  55. See 47
  56. Genus of plants to which the dogtooth violet belongs
  57. Novel by Leo Tolstoy published in serial form from 1873 to 1877
  58. English missionary to the Frankish Empire who was canonised on 1 May 870 by Pope Adrian II