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  1. Novel by Henry Miller first published in 1934
  2. A device for measuring speed, especially the rate of revolution of a shaft
  3. Bully in the Back to the Future film trilogy played by Thomas F Wilson
  4. Member of a class of unfree men in ancient Greece
  5. See 41
  6. A method of intaglio printing using a plate with many small etched recesses
  7. American playwright whose works include Glengarry Glen Ross and Speed-the-Plow
  8. Character in The Lord of the Rings who was the elder son of Denethor II, the last ruling Steward of Gondor
  9. In the Old Testament, the second son of Judah, killed by God for spilling his seed on the ground
  10. Stage name of the American Grammy Award-winning blues musician born Henry Saint Clair Fredericks
  11. Comedian, author, playwright and director whose novels include Stark and Popcorn
  12. A short passage, usually from the Bible, recited or sung as a response after certain parts of a liturgical service
  13. Professor of International History at the London School of Economics who founded the party now known as UKIP
  14. English singer-songwriter and pianist whose hits include Your Song and Candle in the Wind
  15. Michelle ___, American actress and singer whose films include Dangerous Liaisons and The Fabulous Baker Boys
  16. A double fold of peritoneum connecting the stomach with other abdominal organs
  17. Mountainous plateau region of S central France, occupying about one sixth of the country
  18. US novelist best-known for One Flew Over the Cuckoos Nest
  19. Film listed by the American Film Institute in 2000 as the greatest American comedy film of all time
  20. 1971 comedy film in which Woody Allen plays Fielding Mellish
  21. 1981 novel by James Clavell set in Hong Kong in 1963
  22. Port in Ukraine on the Black Sea
  23. See 4
  24. River on which Peterborough stands
  25. An early 19th-century euphemism for trousers
  26. See 33
  27. An expression of language such as simile or metaphor
  28. Municipality in New Jersey best known for its private Ivy League research university
  29. 1980 single from Adam and the Ants that reached number two in the charts
  30. Fictional agency in the Marvel comics universe, led by Nick Fury
  31. Nigerian Afrobeat music pioneer and human rights activist who was sent to London in 1958 to study medicine but decided to study music instead
  32. George ___, English mathematician and philosopher who invented the logic which is the basis of modern computing
  33. Area of the London Borough of Brent regularly mentioned in the magazine Private Eye
  34. Ethnic group of Central Africa found in Angola, Zambia, the Democratic Republic of Congo and Namibia
  35. American actor, screenwriter, director and producer who was a founding member of United Artists
  36. Container that has been used since the compact disc was first released in 1982
  37. American comic actor best known for playing Sergeant Bilko in a TV show
  38. The capital of Syria
  39. Certain settings on a camera
  40. An intense and continuous artillery bombardment
  41. The traditional birthstone for November
  42. Political organisation and army that fought the US and South Vietnamese governments during the Vietnam War
  43. See 32
  44. 1974 single by Stevie Wonder that reached number 10 in the UK
  45. Fashion magazine first published in 1892
  46. European river that rises in the Black Forest in Germany and flows to the Black Sea
  47. The aim of unity among all Christian churches throughout the world
  48. The third Dirty Harry film starring Clint Eastwood
  49. Farce by Joe Orton that was premièred at the Queens Theatre in London in March 1969
  50. Part of a gun that ignites the charge by striking the primer
  51. The capital of Wales
  52. Marks, sores or sensations of pain in locations corresponding to the crucifixion wounds of Jesus
  53. Single by The Cure that was a hit in 1985 and, in a remixed version, in 1990
  54. A valve used to control the flow of a fluid in a pipe
  55. Actor who played Sergeant Arthur Wilson in Dads Army
  56. A lioness raised by George and Joy Adamson, as featured in the book and film Born Free