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  1. Either of the two divisions of a pack of tarot cards
  2. Asian republic at the southern end of the Malay Peninsula established as a British trading post in 1819
  3. Brazilian Formula One racing driver who finished second in the 2008 Drivers World Championship
  4. River on which 12 Down stands
  5. A rodent of the genus Dasyprocta
  6. River originating at Lake Tana in Ethiopia
  7. A natural absorbent clay used in cat litter
  8. City in northern Italy, in Veneto, on the Adige River
  9. Republic comprising a group of islands in the Pacific formerly known as New Hebrides
  10. The second smallest continent
  11. Indian cricketer who won 21 out of 49 Test matches as Indias captain
  12. Kenneth ___, Scottish author best known for the childrens book The Wind in the Willows
  13. Marxist revolutionary who played a pivotal role in the Cuban Revolution
  14. See 1
  15. Actor who won a Best Actor Oscar for The Silence of the Lambs
  16. Iridaceous plant of southern Africa with tubular fragrant flowers
  17. 1997 film for which Jack Nicholson and Helen Hunt won the major acting Oscars
  18. Peter ___, England footballer who left Chelsea for Southampton in 1974
  19. Italian painter of the Venetian school whose original name was Jacopo Robusti
  20. A soft membranous gap between the bones of the skull in a foetus or infant
  21. Classical violinist and conductor who also worked with Ravi Shankar and jazz violinist Stéphane Grappelli
  22. In France and some other European countries, a duty on various goods brought into certain towns or cities
  23. Disputed territory in the Balkans in which Liverpool FC player Xherdan Shaqiri was born
  24. Czech nobleman and Austrian general immortalised by Johann Strauss in a famous march, Op. 228
  25. 1968 Number 2 hit sung by Barry Ryan and written by his twin brother Paul
  26. Englands main prison for long-term convicts
  27. Royal Navy vessel that was the first Type 21 frigate, sold to Pakistan and renamed Babur in 1993
  28. The Scottish Gaelic name for Scotland
  29. English electronic dance music duo consisting of brothers Phil and Paul Hartnoll
  30. Mineral consisting of hydrated magnesium silicate that is also called sepiolite
  31. David ___, Asylum Records founder who set up DreamWorks with Steven Spielberg and Jeffrey Katzenberg in 1994
  32. Town in Spain whose destruction 1937 by German bombers during the Spanish Civil War was depicted in one of Picassos most famous paintings
  33. See 48
  34. Author whose novels include The Bostonians and The Ambassadors
  35. English public school founded in 1571
  36. One of the Ten Commandments in the King James Version of the Bible
  37. The destroyer, one of the three chief divinities of the later Hindu pantheon
  38. Cartoon character created by Elzie Crisler Segar in the comic strip Thimble Theatre in January 1929
  39. Paul Simon song based on a melody line from Bachs St Matthew Passion
  40. Eugene ___, French romantic painter whose works include The Massacre at Chios
  41. American writer whose most well-known work is The Joy Luck Club
  42. Poet whose Funeral Blues was read aloud in the film Four Weddings and a Funeral
  43. German athlete who won the mens 5000m at the 1992 Olympics
  44. In cricket, a ball bowled with topspin imparted by a bowlers wrist action
  45. Large town in Northern Ireland whose name means nook of the ferns
  46. County cricket club whose headquarters are at Sophia Gardens
  47. The only member of the Monty Python team born outside Britain
  48. Heath ___, former Zimbabwean cricketer who made his Test debut in Zimbabwes 1993/1994 tour of Pakistan in which he won Man of the Series
  49. Common name for a Southern African tree traditionally used to make Zulu spears
  50. Country whose capital is Lima
  51. Tunisian-born Italian actress whose films include The Leopard and The Pink Panther
  52. US state whose capital is Harrisburg
  53. British band in which Midge Ure took over as lead singer from John Foxx in 1979
  54. 1974 French erotic film starring Sylvia Kristel
  55. American R&B singer, keyboardist, songwriter and record producer best known for the 1972 hit song Why Cant We Live Together
  56. A trick-taking card game whose direct ancestor is the 17th-century Spanish game ombre