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  1. The bird Haliaetus albicilla, also called an erne
  2. British designer, 1925-85, who built up a successful chain of retail stores selling dresses and fabrics based on traditional patterns
  3. Irish writer whose only novel is The Picture of Dorian Gray
  4. Sir Anthony ___, Flemish artist who was court painter to Charles I of England
  5. The lowest adult male voice
  6. Richard ___, American painter and printmaker awarded the National Medal of Arts in 1991
  7. Bear mascot of the BBCs Children in Need
  8. Lenins middle name
  9. Country whose capital is Port-au-Prince
  10. Verdi opera first performed at the Khedivial Opera House in Cairo in 1871
  11. Swiss canton whose capital is Lausanne
  12. Trotskyist group which followed entryist tactics within the British Labour Party until the early 1990s
  13. George ___, English narrative poet who wrote The Village and The Borough
  14. A watertight chamber used for carrying out construction work under water
  15. Venomous elapid of the genus Micrurus
  16. The creature Alopex lagopus, whose fur is dark grey in the summer and white in the winter
  17. John Lennon song released as a single by the Plastic Ono Band in 1969
  18. In Egyptian mythology, a moon deity, scribe of the gods and protector of learning and the arts
  19. Faint constellation between Ursa Major and Cepheus, also called the Dragon
  20. The theme song for both the movie and TV series M*A*S*H
  21. In Greek mythology, a beautiful girl loved by Eros
  22. General name for certain ships used by the major European trading powers from the 17th to 19th centuries, some of which were known as tea clippers
  23. Queen of France, 1774-93, by marriage to Louis XVI
  24. Red giant star that has the traditional name Menkar
  25. 1995 film starring Will Smith and Martin Lawrence
  26. A person who studies or collects coins or medals
  27. A skullcap worn by orthodox male Jews
  28. Stage surname of the English actress born Diana Fluck
  29. The second daughter of King Lear in Shakespeares play
  30. Surname of the family living at Longbourn in Jane Austens Pride and Prejudice
  31. Tall treelike fast-growing grass with hollow woody-walled stems with ringed joints and edible young shoots
  32. Primate found in Madagascar and surrounding islands
  33. In Greek mythology, an immortal winged horse which sprang from the blood of Medusa
  34. Opera by Giuseppe Verdi originally titled Violetta, after the main character
  35. See 1
  36. 1967 debut album by Arlo Guthrie, whose title track inspired a 1969 film directed by Arthur Penn
  37. Parasitic creatures of the class Cestoda
  38. Léo Delibes opera in three acts to a libretto by Edmond Gondinet and Philippe Gille
  39. A winning point for a perfectly executed technique in judo
  40. 1923 collection of poetry by Khalil Gibran
  41. 1886 childrens book by Sarah Chauncey Woolsey, under the pen name Susan Coolidge
  42. The firm white fibrous membrane that forms the outer covering of the eyeball
  43. Very light wood of the tree Ochroma lagopus
  44. Narcotic drug extracted from the unripe seed capsules of a poppy
  45. English slang derived from the Lingua Franca of Mediterranean ports, brought to England by sailors from the 16th century onwards
  46. Croatian tennis player who won the womens singles title at the French Open in 1997
  47. The first Christian Roman emperor, who moved his capital to Byzantium, which he renamed
  48. John ___, American composer of classical music who has won the Pulitzer Prize, five Grammies and an Oscar
  49. Richard ___, popular American childrens author and illustrator who published over 300 books, such as the Best Word Book Ever
  50. American soccer player, the first ever to score three goals in a FIFA Womens World Cup final
  51. A harlequins double lath in pantomime that makes a loud noise
  52. Bizet opera based on a novella of the same title by Prosper Mérimée
  53. King of Wessex from 871 to 899, known as the Great
  54. Concert overture by Edward Elgar subtitled Alassio
  55. An extensive grassy plain, usually without trees
  56. Opera by Puccini based on a play by Victorien Sardou