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  1. Group of volcanic islands whose capital is Funchal
  2. Baron ___, Cinderellas father in the pantomime
  3. Juan ___, Spanish cubist painter, resident in France from 1906
  4. Branch of mathematics in which alphabetic symbols represent unknown numbers
  5. Coastal area of Massachusetts that is co-extensive with Barnstable County
  6. The Welsh language
  7. Trinidadian cricketer who played 40 Test matches for the West Indies between 2004 and 2010
  8. Another name for Arthropodium cirratum, a herbaceous perennial plant endemic to New Zealand
  9. See 46
  10. Mansion near St Jamess Palace that was the scene of an agreement in 1979 granting Rhodesia independence from the United Kingdom
  11. German composer best known for his cantata Carmina Burana
  12. In Greek mythology, a nymph spurned by Narcissus who pined away until only her voice remained
  13. American heavy metal band who collaborated with Lou Reed on the 2011 album Lulu
  14. The worlds largest and most populous continent
  15. Otto von ___, statesman nicknamed The Iron Chancellor
  16. 1942 Michael Curtiz film that won three Academy Awards, including Best Picture
  17. A plant of the genus Erodium, especially Erodium cicutarium
  18. Scottish economist and philosopher whose book The Wealth of Nations advocated free trade and private enterprise
  19. Country whose capital is Sofia
  20. Country that failed to reach the knockout stage of the 2018 FIFA World Cup after losing 2-0 to South Korea
  21. The process or profession of writing or compiling dictionaries
  22. Art term describing how much fresco painting can be done in a single day
  23. The seventh studio album by The Beatles, released in August 1966
  24. London borough whose wards include Catford, Forest Hill and New Cross
  25. Loss of hair from the head or body
  26. French name for the 1831 novel by Victor Hugo featuring the hunchback bell-ringer Quasimodo
  27. Republic in Central America whose currency unit is the quetzal
  28. A member of a South American Indian people of Paraguay, Brazil and Bolivia
  29. Torture device called an Eiserne Jungfrau in German
  30. English poet and hymn writer whose works include Just As I Am
  31. Island republic in the Indian Ocean whose capital is Antananarivo
  32. 2011 Channel 4 sitcom set at the fictional Kirke University
  33. A salmon up to two years of age
  34. William Makepeace ___, English novelist best known for Vanity Fair
  35. The former name of Thailand
  36. Celia __, British actress who played Miss Babs in Acorn Antiques in Victoria Wood As Seen On TV
  37. 1984 Phil Collins song that reached number one when covered by Mariah Carey and Westlife in 2000
  38. Plucked musical instrument, usually with a triangular body and three strings, used chiefly for Russian folk music
  39. Area close to the centre of Galway city where the Corrib River meets Galway Bay
  40. The tropical American evergreen tree Crescentia cujete, that produces large round gourds
  41. The fourth sign of the zodiac
  42. ___ Glass, American company that began a joint venture with Dow Chemical in 1943
  43. King who succeeded his brother Ethelbert as King of Wessex and Kent in 865
  44. Tourist attraction in Ceredigion, Wales, also known as Pontarfynach
  45. The East Indian evergreen tree Myristica fragrans, cultivated for its seed, which is used as a spice
  46. Song sung by fans of West Ham United
  47. A light two-wheeled one-horse carriage without a hood
  48. A large juicy yellow-skinned citrus fruit of the Caribbean
  49. Large town that is the administrative headquarters of the London Borough of Hillingdon
  50. Sir John ___, British composer whose works include Song for Athene, performed at the funeral of Diana, Princess of Wales in 1997
  51. Tropical American arboreal fruit-eating bird of the family Ramphastidae
  52. Snooker ball worth three points
  53. The former name (until 1935) of Iran
  54. An atom or molecule in which the total number of electrons is not equal to the total number of protons
  55. The capital of Nepal
  56. 1954 American romantic comedy film directed by Jean Negulesco that won an Oscar for Best Song