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|1965 Joe Orton stage play that ran on Broadway in 1968|
|1982 action film starring Jeff Bridges and Bruce Boxleitner|
|2010 drama film starring Channing Tatum and Amanda Seyfried|
|Amorphous form of hydrated silica used as a gemstone|
|Australian breed of sheepdog named after a creature from Celtic folklore|
|Ben —, 1974 Commonwealth 5,000m gold medallist|
|Bob —, actor who starred as Ronald Craven in 1985 BBC TV drama series Edge of Darkness|
|Capital of French Polynesia|
|Capital of New Zealand|
|Clarissa —, title character of a 1748 epistolary novel by Samuel Richardson subtitled the History of a Young Lady|
|Collective noun for a flock of pheasants|
|Common —, summer-flowering annual plant with large reddish-purple flowers|
|Constellation containing stars Rigel and Betelgeuse|
|Dick —, co-writer, with Ian La Frenais, of BBC TV sitcoms Porridge and The Likely Lads|
|Dick —, vice president of the United States from 2001-09|
|Henry —, English Parliamentarian general and son-in-law of Oliver Cromwell|
|Jean-Paul —, French designer of costumes for 1997 sci-fi film The Fifth Element|
|London Underground station on the District Line between Aldgate East and Stepney Green|
|Loosely woven cotton cloth used for blouses and shirts|
|Muse of love poetry in Greek mythology|
|Renzo —, Italian architect; designer of The Shard in London|
|The —, 1999 film drama starring Ray Winstone and Lara Belmont|
|Tom —, New Zealand try scorer in the 9-0 1960 Rugby League World Cup win over France|
|Venomous snake that reputedly caused the death of Cleopatra|
|Wiley —, US aviator who made the first solo flight around the world in 1933|
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