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  1. The capital of Spain
  2. Ancient Greek city on Mount Parnassus that was the site of the most famous oracle of Apollo
  3. American actress who married Cary Grant, who was 33 years her senior, in 1965
  4. African country whose capital is Luanda
  5. A small brightly-coloured beetle of the family Coccinellidae, such as Adalia bipunctata
  6. 1971 British crime film starring 20 Across , 25 Across and 33 Across
  7. Crete-born physician to Nero who left instructions for making theriac, a compound medicine and antidote, in a poem
  8. The second largest city in Colombia
  9. The skeleton of the human foot consisting of five long bones
  10. Common name for Flacourtia indica, a species of flowering plant with plumlike fruits
  11. Australian river that rises as the Avon northeast of Narrogin and flows to the Indian Ocean below Perth
  12. Country in the SW Pacific whose capital is Port Moresby
  13. Swedish actress and singer whose films include The Wicker Man and The Man with the Golden Gun
  14. Song from Oklahoma! performed by Connie Booth as Polly in the Gourmet Night episode of Fawlty Towers
  15. French for goodbye
  16. The part of the eyeball consisting of the iris, ciliary body and choroid
  17. 1958 novel by Iris Murdoch set in Imber Court
  18. Justin ___, Canadian prime minister from 2015
  19. A nobleman ranking below an earl and above a baron
  20. An obsolete medieval stringed instrument resembling a guitar
  21. An insect of the orthopterous family Gryllidae
  22. Edmond ___, French playwright and poet best known for his verse drama Cyrano de Bergerac
  23. 1978 Richard Attenborough horror film with a screenplay by William Goldman, based on his own novel
  24. The spoken form of Modern Greek
  25. Village in the Selby district of North Yorkshire best known for its large coal-fired power station
  26. Knighted English actor born Maurice Joseph Micklewhite in 1933
  27. R M ___, Scottish author noted for adventure stories such as The Coral Island
  28. Heinrich ___, German composer and organist regarded as the most important German composer before Johann Sebastian Bach
  29. Channel between Cape Dezhnev in Russia and Cape Prince of Wales in Alaska
  30. Bob Dylan song that is the final track on The Bands debut album Music from Big Pink
  31. Either of two raised pulpits from which the gospels and epistles were read in early Christian churches
  32. In Greek mythology, a son of Daedalus who flew too near the sun when trying to escape from Crete
  33. The goddess of peace in Greek mythology
  34. A small ensemble of street musicians in Mexico
  35. Epic poem by Walter Scott that contains the lines Oh, what a tangled web we weave/When first we practise to deceive!
  36. 1924 composition by George Gershwin for solo piano and jazz band
  37. Setting for Shakespeares play Hamlet
  38. Heavily-built short-tailed oceanic bird of polar regions
  39. A traditional Jewish school devoted chiefly to the study of rabbinic literature and the Talmud
  40. American author whose first book, God: A Biography, won the Pulitzer Prize for Biography in 1996
  41. Character in EastEnders played by Anita Dobson from 1985 to 1988
  42. See 43
  43. American actor and comedian who co-starred with Jackie Chan in the Rush Hour series of films
  44. US state whose capital is Bismarck
  45. Actor who played John Thaws sidekick in The Sweeney
  46. Song from the 1967 Walt Disney film The Jungle Book subtitled The Pythons Song
  47. An oval earthenware cooking dish with a tightly fitting lid used for pâtés etc
  48. English Baroque composer and organist whose only stage composition was the opera Venus and Adonis
  49. English actor whose TV roles include Dr Geoffrey Brent in Police Surgeon and Dr David Keel in The Avengers
  50. African country whose capital is Malabo
  51. A streamlined mound of glacial drift
  52. The 50th state of the United States
  53. Allan ___, former Leeds United and England striker nicknamed Sniffer
  54. Football manager nicknamed Big Eck who was appointed Scotland national team manager for a second time in February 2018
  55. 1975 Steven Spielberg film based on a 1974 novel by Peter Benchley
  56. See 37
  57. Brand name for the drug Sildenafil citrate
  58. Large sea duck of the genus Somateria