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|Sybil —, actress who played the title role in 1924 London production of Saint Joan by George Bernard Shaw|
|God of love in Greek mythology|
|Bigamist baker in 1954 radio drama Under Milk Wood by Dylan Thomas|
|2005 film thriller starring Rachel McAdams and Cillian Murphy|
|Ernest —, Foreign Secretary from 1945-51|
|1986 action film starring Arnold Schwarzenegger and Kathryn Harrold|
|The —, 1933 novel by C S Forester|
|— Peninsula, area of SW Europe occupied by Spain and Portugal|
|Large bird of the crow family with a black plumage and wedge-shaped tail|
|Charles —, French composer of 1864 opera Mireille|
|Capital of Jersey in the Channel Islands|
|Member of the eastern group of Goths that conquered and ruled Italy around 500 AD|
|2002 novel by Tom Clancy|
|1983-2001 Labour MP for Caerphilly; Secretary of State for Wales from 1997-98|
|Underworld abode of the souls of the dead in Greek mythology|
|1989 Best Picture Oscar winner starring Dustin Hoffman and Tom Cruise|
|Francoise —, 1967 French Championships singles tennis tournament winner|
|Standard unit of currency of Myanmar|
|1978 romcom starring, co-directed and co-written by Warren Beatty|
|1987 romcom starring Kim Basinger and Bruce Willis|
|Instance of a batter touching all four bases safely in baseball|
|Richard Jordan —, US inventor of a rapid-fire hand-cranked gun|
|Wading bird similar to the heron|
|Elisha Graves —, American inventor of an elevator who died in 1861|
|Widely cultivated tree with a sweet gritty-textured juicy fruit|
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