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|1982 action film starring Sylvester Stallone and Richard Crenna|
|2006 Melbourne Cup winner ridden by Yasunari Iwata|
|2012-14 England rugby union scrum-half at Bedford Blues since leaving Northampton Saints|
|Alex —, 1959 Wimbledon men's singles tennis championship winner|
|Ancient city on the west coast of Asia Minor now Izmir, Turkey|
|Blanche —, sister-in-law of Stanley Kowalski in 1947 Tennessee Williams stage play A Streetcar Named Desire|
|Board game whose name derives from Latin phrase "I play"|
|Carlos —, 1990 and 1992 World Rally Drivers' Championship winner|
|City and major seaport in Liguria, Italy|
|City in Alpes-Maritimes, France, on the Mediterranean Sea|
|Coastal resort town in East Lindsey, Lincolnshire|
|Flesh of a calf used as food|
|Industrial city in Nord, France; medieval capital of Flanders|
|Maori war chant accompanied by gestures|
|Name by which the Lords of Appeal in Ordinary were also known|
|Nwankwo —, Nigeria 1996 Olympic football gold medal-winning forward; Portsmouth 2008 FA Cup Final winning scorer|
|Resort town in Belgium with medicinal mineral springs|
|River that flows to the North Sea at Middlesbrough|
|Shiny-black mineral occurring in pegmatites|
|Small pair of shears with pivoted handles and a single cutting blade|
|Standard monetary unit of Bahrain|
|The —, 1816 novel by Sir Walter Scott whose central character is Jonathan Oldbuck|
|US politician; Governor of Louisiana for a third term from 1956-60|
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