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|Emperor of Japan from 1867-1912 whose given name was Mutsuhito|
|2004 novel by Andrea Levy|
|1990 2,000 Guineas winner ridden by Mick Kinane|
|State capital of North Carolina, US|
|2011 film comedy starring Owen Wilson and Jason Sudeikis|
|Racing toboggan on which riders lie supine|
|State capital of Kansas, US|
|Rip —, Best Actor in a Supporting Role Oscar nominee for Cross Creek|
|John —, 1970 Commonwealth 400m hurdles gold medallist|
|Old Testament wife of Nabal and subsequently David|
|Sandstone formation in Northern Territory, Australia also known as Ayers Rock|
|Edgar —, painter and sculptor whose works include 1877's Dancers Practicing at the Barre|
|Tasmania-born actor who played the title role in 1942 biopic Gentleman Jim|
|Very hot type of green chilli pepper used in Mexican cookery|
|John Stuart —, 19th-century London-born philosopher|
|1991 debut studio album by Blur|
|1984 novel by R D Wingfield|
|2008 comedy-drama film starring Mackenzie Crook and Colm Meaney|
|English comedian-actor whose television credits include Grownups and Upstart Crow|
|Alan —, 1974 Commonwealth long jump gold medallist|
|South American republic; capital Santiago|
|Rafael —, 1963 US National Singles tennis championship winner|
|Otto —, 1944 winner of the Nobel Prize in Chemistry|
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