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|English pirate captain born John Rackham executed in Port Royal, Jamaica, in 1720|
|W R —, England Test cricketer who hit an unbeaten 336 against New Zealand in Auckland in 1933|
|Joshua —, founder of the Zimbabwe African People's Union who died in 1999|
|Fabric made from fine threads produced by certain insect larvae|
|1981 novel by Stephen King|
|Standard monetary unit of Japan|
|Eugene —, playwright awarded the 1936 Nobel Prize in Literature|
|River that flows through Dublin, Ireland|
|Biblical nephew of Abraham whose wife was turned into a pillar of salt|
|Ancient kingdom in the Old Testament east of the Dead Sea|
|Terrestrial gastropod mollusc with an absent or reduced shell|
|Insectivorous Old World bird with a bright red breast|
|Tributary of the River Trent upon which Derby stands|
|1937 film comedy starring Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy|
|1936 film drama starring Greta Garbo and Robert Taylor|
|Anita —, author of novels No Mother to Guide Her and Gentlemen Prefer Blondes|
|Brother of Europa and founder of Thebes in Greek mythology|
|Jelena —, 2007 Wimbledon mixed doubles tennis championship winner with Jamie Murray|
|Charles —, US golfer; 1971 Masters Tournament winner|
|1969 novel by Desmond Bagley|
|English poet born circa 1370 whose works include The Floure of Curtesye|
|Type of Spanish guitar music accompanied by dancing and singing|
|Another name for a hazelnut|
|Brigitte —, actress-singer who played the title role in 1959 film comedy Babette Goes to War|
|Thicker of the two bones of the leg between the knee and ankle|
|Soft creamy white cheese similar to Camembert|
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