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|Publication of the Consumers' Association that first appeared in October 1957|
|Mark —, US swimmer who won seven gold medals at the 1972 Olympics|
|Carnivorous mammal of African and Asian wooded regions also called a honey badger|
|Caroline —, Chairman of the Conservative Party from 2007-09|
|1985 novel by James Kelman|
|John F —, US artist whose works include 1885 oil The Poor Man's Store|
|Tool with a narrow blade held at both ends by a curved handle|
|London street that lies between Free Parking and Chance on a UK Monopoly board|
|Island in the Inner Hebrides separated from the Scottish mainland by the Sound of —|
|European secular unaccompanied vocal music form of the 1500s and 1600s|
|Silvery-white metal; symbol Rh|
|Pop music duo; UK 1982 Eurovision Song Contest entrants with One Step Further|
|Bottom-dwelling ray with a flattened diamond-shaped body|
|Lake —, body of water in central Africa at the southern end of the Great Rift Valley|
|David —, former controller of Radio 2 and Radio 4 who died in 2007|
|2003 comedy-drama about the Rylstone & District Women's Institute|
|Amanda —, actress who played Trish Patterson in 2013 comedy film Identity Thief|
|Painting medium for powdered pigments consisting of egg yolk and water|
|Gilbert and Sullivan comic opera first performed in 1875|
|City in NE Netherlands; capital of Drenthe province|
|Truman Capote non-fiction novel published in 1966|
|1964 children's book by Colin Thiele|
|2001 novel by Wilbur Smith|
|Board game in which players try to transfer pieces from their own to their opponents' bases|
|Katarina —, 1988 Olympic figure skating gold medallist|
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