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  1. 2015â€"16 English Premier League champions
  2. In the Old Testament, the highest priest at Shiloh and teacher of Samuel
  3. Spa town in North Yorkshire that is home to Bettys Tea Rooms
  4. The part of a cathedral or church east of the choir, in which the main altar is situated
  5. A hard unglazed brownish-red earthenware, or the clay from which it is made
  6. Poet and playwright whose works include The Love Song of J Alfred Prufrock, The Waste Land and Murder in the Cathedral
  7. 1983 horror film starring Catherine Deneuve and David Bowie, based on a novel by Whitley Strieber
  8. The state capital of Delaware
  9. Former Leeds United, Liverpool and Australia footballer appointed manager of Notts County in August 2018
  10. 1985 film set in the fictional British colony of Cascara
  11. The innermost layers of an organ or part, especially of a blood vessel
  12. The drink of the gods in classical mythology
  13. 1973 play by Peter Shaffer about a psychiatrist who attempts to treat a young man who has a pathological religious fascination with horses
  14. 1953 science fiction novel by John Wyndham
  15. Croatian name for Croatia
  16. 1978 Blondie album containing the songs Heart of Glass, Hanging on the Telephone, Sunday Girl and One Way or Another
  17. 1993 American film adaptation of a Pulitzer Prize-nominated John Guare play of the same name starring Stockard Channing
  18. American actress best known for playing Betty Draper on Mad Men
  19. The most watched TV channel in Italy
  20. Metallic element with the chemical symbol Fe
  21. Augustus ___, the first person to find a Golden Ticket in Roald Dahls Charlie and the Chocolate Factory
  22. Sheikh ___, Saudi Arabian minister of petroleum and mineral resources from 1962 to 1986
  23. 1945 novel by John Steinbeck set on a small fictional street lined with sardine fisheries in Monterey
  24. A number 1 wood in golf
  25. Chess piece usually shaped like a horses head
  26. Dame Kiri ___, New Zealand soprano who sang at the wedding of Prince Charles and Lady Diana Spencer
  27. 1993 film starring John Candy loosely based on the true story of the Jamaica national bobsleigh team
  28. A member of a Roman Catholic religious order founded by Ignatius Loyola in 1534
  29. Chief language of the union territories of Daman and Diu and Dadra and Nagar Haveli
  30. See 20 Across
  31. See 45
  32. Either of the two occasions, six months apart, when day and night are of equal length
  33. Province of Canada whose capital is Fredericton
  34. Ric ___, bass guitarist in the bands Family, Blind Faith, Ginger Bakers Air Force and Traffic
  35. Song that gave Carole King a top 10 hit in the UK in 1962
  36. The largest seaside resort in Wales
  37. The guitarist in Queen
  38. Range of over-the-counter medications originally manufactured by a family-owned company in Greensboro, North Carolina, from the late 19th century
  39. Plant of the genus Salicornia also called marsh samphire
  40. City in Afghanistan on the Hari Rud River
  41. Book size resulting from folding a sheet of paper of a specified size to form eight leaves
  42. The main character in a French puppet show created by Laurent Mourguet
  43. French national heroine and saint nicknamed The Maid of Orléans
  44. 1937 film directed by Robert J Flaherty and Zoltan Korda, based on a story from Rudyard Kiplings The Jungle Book
  45. The worlds sixth-largest country by total area
  46. See 45
  47. A bell-shaped cover used to protect young plants
  48. American tennis player who won both the Wimbledon and the Australian mens singles titles in 1951
  49. ITV comedy series that starred Nicholas Lyndhurst and Janet Dibley
  50. Character in Margaret Mitchells 1936 novel Gone with the Wind with whom Scarlett OHara is obsessed
  51. Experimental German rock band whose albums included Ege Bamyasi and Future Days
  52. The hard white substance that covers the crown of each tooth
  53. The first of the major Hebrew prophets
  54. New York-born conductor and composer whose film scores include The French Lieutenants Woman
  55. Painting by Vincent van Gogh that became the most expensive ever sold in 1987
  56. The third solo album by Van Morrison, released in 1970